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From an article at The Daily Northwestern:

Lissa Rivera said she was interested in photography from a young age, when she dressed and photographed her friends in fashions typical of the 1920s to “create” the world she wanted to be in.

Rivera, a photographer and associate curator at the Museum of Sex in New York City, gave the final talk of Sex Week 2018, speaking to about 10 Northwestern students Friday about her explorations of gender and sexuality through photography.

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