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A quarter-century ago—or maybe it was a million years—I dated a full-lipped, morally unanchored charmer named Benjamin, who was in his third year of Georgetown Law. Better to say I tried to date him. One night, because he wouldn’t cut me loose and because I couldn’t cut myself loose and because abjection came as naturally […]