RIPR (WRNI) - For many of us, faith defines who we are, how we make sense of our life on earth, and how we envision what happens to us upon our death. For others, faith is an ongoing struggle, perhaps a source of anguish and confusion about our life's purpose and inevitable mortality. Derek Dubois shares his deeply felt thoughts about the evolution of his own faith, and his own plans for the afterlife.
Derek Dubois is a writer and filmmaker. He also teaches film studies courses at Rhode Island College. Dubois is especially interested in the ways in which film and cinema help people understand the world around them. He resides in the city of Woonsocket with his wife, Kathleen
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Hot Flushes: Sexual Trysting in the Public Restroom
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Labels: Bathroom, bathroom sex, cultural studies, Detournment, erotic, media studies, mile-high club, Pornography, public restroom, Restroom, Sex, spaces, zones
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