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So the youngsters are priced out, and the old fogies are free to drink prune juice and watch reruns of in peace.
But one night, my elderly comrades stepped away from their telescreens, saw more than 3 unrelated adults next door, and reported us to Big Brother. An officer with the city of Boulder knocked on our door without warning. He called the landlord and announced his suspicions. The landlord explained our living situation to the officer.
In a progressive neighborhood seen as one of the happiest, healthiest and most creative cities in the country, that’s a big deal. They want to see young adults more involved in the community. After a government official invaded my home, demanding to see that my partner and I were sharing a bed; after he counted the toothbrushes (and likely sniffed the sheets); after he demanded government-sanctioned paperwork to prove our relationship; and after he scheduled monthly inspections to routinely scrutinize our home; I don’t see this place as a progressive haven anymore.
As a young woman struggling to feel welcome in Boulder, I see this city differently.
My sex life, my relationship, and any sense of privacy within my own home has been violated.
I understand that upper-class families want to be isolated from rowdy college students.
Instead I gained more than a few kilos eating , and, my favorite: fried pig face.
Though it felt so weird at first, once I got home, I found myself almost clapping at every gate instead of walking up.
Yet their laws and harsh enforcement say the contrary.
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