Posts Tagged: Connor Habib

“Neighbor Boy”

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Rumpus contributor Conner Habib continues his Guys I Wanted To Fuck in High School series — which chronicles his frustrated coming of age in small-town Pennsylvania — with a new entry full of thresholds, rumors, and willpower.

“This isn’t just about desire.  At the end of every day of school – after the bullies, the boring classes, the terrible food, the dull conversations, the racists, the dead florescent lights, the cruel teachers – the boy has to concentrate on sex and on escape; they’re the only things that save him.”

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Never Look Away

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“Who will protect us in this town, I think. There are skinheads and KKK people and bullies. There are dogs that run snarling to the edge of their yards when you walk home and stare too long at them. There are jocks and racists and homophobes and Christian crazies and angry teachers and this school, this whole school is crazy and I’m burning like a bright moving speck of fire every single day.”

Rumpus contributor Conner Habib has a new series on his blog called “Guys I Wanted To Fuck in High School,” which details his “frustrated” adolescence in small-town Pennsylvania.

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