Megan Mack for BuzzFeed News. A middle-aged Haredi Jewish man whom we only addressed by a dog name, Moishe whose name has been changed to protect his privacy was nearing the end of his two-hour session. We had started by tying him up and making him eat an entire bag of Takis off the floor while we scratched his back with moose antlers, and now we were here, in the basement bathroom of a duplex and part-time sex dungeon in Bushwick, Brooklyn, pissing into his mouth.
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We hold power to account - sparking criminal investigations and exposing abuses. Help us do more. At eight p. The Lubavitcher, however, feel that their neighbourhood is being invaded by people who do not share their value of female modesty. Since that cultural encounter, the community has wrestled with these problems largely through blogs and meetings meant to bring together the Orthodox, the young professionals and the West Indian groups. The result is more of a stalemate, than genuine peace, especially as the growing Orthodox community seeks larger swaths of real estate. In an open letter to the community, one disgruntled Hasidic landlord described how young people had invaded and gentrified the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn and were now doing the same to Crown Heights. Some of these changes are hard to ignore; for instance, one of the sun tanning parties is visible for our young children to see from the window of a local school. Although their parents worry they are straying from the fold, one young man explained to the New York Times that both God and music bring light and redemption.
Living in New York City means getting used to street harassment. My friend Jen Dziura, a life coaching columnist, advises women that the best way to counter street harassment is to walk calmly up to the whistler or catcaller in question and politely let him know that he needs to learn how to speak to women in a respectful way. I live in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn. My Spanish is better than my Yiddish. In the past,when I got a catcall or leer from a hasidic man, I rolled my eyes and kept walking. But after a series of incidents where members of the Satmar community threatened women who rode their bikes through the neighborhood and even repainted bike lanes without permission , I decided that living-and-letting-live was overrated. The first time I said something, he was a young guy, possibly in his late teens, standing about a block away from me. He looked past my Star of David pendant straight down to my breasts. His face went bloodless. He scurried away like an animal who had been caught making a mess.
New York now has over confirmed cases of coronavirus. By Melkorka Licea. March 12, am Updated June 28, am. Waiting for him in the parking lot in her car was a sultry brunette stranger, and they were both eager for their first date at an Italian restaurant in Omaha, Neb.