Although it was common knowledge that Sontag was bisexual – most famously noted by her relationship with the photographer Annie Leibovitz – she never spoke frankly about her bisexuality in public.
The publication of her diaries for the first time, beginning when she was just 14, reveals an intimate portrait of her sexual encounters with women two years later.
"It was a difficult decision for me to make and my reasons are that I didn't have much choice given the fact that she chose to sell the papers to the University of California.
“I did have the idea that I’d like to have several lives, and it’s very hard to have several lives and then have a husband. [S]omewhere along the line, one has to choose between the Life and the Project.”Susan Sontag was born on January 16, 1933, in New York City, eventually pursuing graduate work at Harvard and abroad in Europe.
Dave has worked for Lutsen Ski Group in Lutsen, MN and Granite Peak in Wausau, WI providing lift maintenance, snow making operations, and construction of ski trails and terrain parks.
Tony Schmitz joins the team to manage the rental shop for all our brand new Head Skis and Boots, Burton Snowboards, helmets, and poles!
He grew up skiing and boarding at Detroit Mountain and has also developed a passion for mountain biking!
Sontag’s father was a fur trader and her parents lived overseas for his business while Sontag lived with her grandparents in New York.
Dave Sontag has been named the Mountain Manager of DMRA, Inc.
Originally from Detroit Lakes, Dave returns to us after twenty years of experience in facilities management.
Her opinions would anger and impress critics in equal measure.
One of the finest American writers, thinkers, and political activists of the past four decades, Susan Sontag led a rich and creative life.