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Amina Suleimanagich, Student

“Everyone said, ‘You’ll move to New York City and meet someone amazing,’ but for every one straight guy, I meet ten gay ones.”

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Suleimanagich?
It’s Bosnian. Both my parents are from there, but I was born in L.A.

Have you been to Bosnia?
I spend every summer there.

What’s your best memory?
The summer of 2011, because I fell in love for the first time. He was the son of my mother’s friend from high school.

Are you still together?
No. He broke up with me over text message. Sometimes my mother’s friends will see him in the street and say, “That’s not the way to treat a girl!”

Any luck dating here?
Everyone said, “You’ll move to New York City and meet someone amazing,” but for every one straight guy, I meet ten gay ones. I did, however, just meet a guy who is a guitarist and works for Vice magazine. So that could be a thing.

Interview by Alexis Swerdloff


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