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Corner loving

Corner loving, the practice of lovers meeting on street corners, though seemingly naïve, is in fact an indication of broader social factors. Corner loving is a signifier for how public and private spaces coalesce due to a range of specific social circumstances. The use of public space, particularly the bustling streets of the inner city, for private intimacy, is a logical contradiction of complex urbanity.

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