S. Nicole Lane
S. Nicole Lane

S. Nicole Lane

S. Nicole Lane is the Editorial Associate for the Reader, where she has many duties and tasks—a bit of a Jill of all trades. She primarily writes about women's health and sexuality, with a focus on celebrating kink, the LGBTQ voice, and sexual taboos. She has a column for Sixty Inches From Center where she interviews Chicago artists who make sexually charged work called Intimate Justice. Additionally, she is a sculpture and new media artist proudly living on the Southside.

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How Chicago artists are spreading the message that Black Lives Matter How Chicago artists are spreading the message that Black Lives Matter Muralists use boarded-up storefronts as their new canvas as part of Paint the City. June 15, 2020

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