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The cover story is dedicated to the testimony of Dante Ureta, his experience as a transgender man, and how his physical transition has made him feel like a spy within the patriarchy.
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Table of Contents
* How Belgorod Exposes Vulnerability Inside Russia’s Military | Vazhnyye Istorii By Important Stories
* Why Poland’s Ruling Party Has Suddenly Turned On Ukraine | Gazeta Wyborcza By Bartosz T. Wielinski
* Four Ways Russians Clear Their Conscience About Ukraine | Vazhnyye Istorii By Important Stories
* Iran, The Day After: What Could Happen If The Ayatollahs Fall | Kayhan London By Bahram Farrokhi
* A New Calabrian Mob Alliance Sparks Shocking Violence | La Stampa By Giuseppe Legato
* Spy In The Patriarchy, Diary Of A Transgender Man | Volcánicas By Dante Ureta
* Where ‘The Zone Of Interest’ Won’t Go On Auschwitz | Die Welt By Hanns-Georg Rodek
* The Brazilian Singer Trying To Shake The Sexism Out Of Samba | Mensagem By Álvaro Filho