Daniel Krieger, Narratively

Daniel Krieger


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Daniel:

The Real People of Brooklyn’s Sex-Positive Group House –

Yes, there are orgies and orgasm workshops. But even more fascinating is how 14 strangers turned this brownstone into the most supportive co-living arrangement in NYC. → Read More

These Blind New Yorkers Are Biking Across New York City

How a bold new organization empowers people with vision impairments to experience the five boroughs like never before. → Read More

Paperless People #2: Tomorrow’s the Day I Find Out If I’m Going to Be Deported –

After getting caught up in white-collar crime, a Trinidadian immigrant served three years in prison, and now faces the prospect of being torn from his wife and daughter all over again. → Read More

Paperless People #1: “I Put My Life on the Line for This Country. My Mom Shouldn’t Have to Worry About Being Arrested.” –

A Marine from the Bronx takes his bravest step yet: convincing his undocumented immigrant parents to come out of the shadows. → Read More

Polyamorous People #4: “When I Show Up at These All-White Events and I Feel Uncomfortable, I’m Not Quiet.” –

A happy husband and boyfriend on how ditching monogamy made his marriage succeed — and why people of color often feel unwelcome in the polyamory community. → Read More

Polyamorous People #3: “I Experimented with Monogamy. It Was Torture.” –

A mother of two on building a rock-solid relationship with her devoted husband...while dating fifty or so other people. → Read More

Polyamorous People #2: “Once You Start Questioning Gender, Other Things Fall Down Like a House of Cards”

A transgender New Yorker on life in an all-queer, all-poly Brooklyn group house, and on the alarm spreading through their community as Trump takes over. → Read More

Polyamorous People #1: “I Tried to Live Without Men, and I Tried to Live Without Women. I Couldn’t Do Either.”

An enlightened bisexual man on the search for the perfect ménage. → Read More

Protest People #4: Trendy Feminist Marches Don’t Do Much For Me –

A four-foot-nine-inch Mexican-American woman on standing tall for her people, and taking it to the streets for all oppressed people. → Read More

Protest People #3: Why I Didn’t Call the Police When Trump Supporters Punched My Friends in the Face –

A fearless queer activist on a violent assault in the heart of Manhattan, and why the coming battle will require a crash course in self-defense. → Read More

Protest People #2: When I Saw What Was Happening, I Couldn’t Just Do Nothing –

How a white man from Alaska picked up a camera and became a pivotal force in New York's movement to save Black Lives. → Read More

Protest People: Some Folks Want to Reform the NYPD. I Want to Shut It Down. –

A Black Lives Matter leader on what he’s learned from two years of dogged demonstrations—including one very aggressive arrest—and on what happens next. → Read More

Hostel People: I Could Feel Myself Getting Older. Something Had to Be Done. –

An English engineer with a midlife crisis drives 6,500 miles through the American heartland—and sticks it out as the only old guy at the hostel. → Read More

Hostel People #10: The World’s Second-Best ‘Game of Thrones’ Card Player Is Hungry for Revenge –

A would-be Kingslayer on finding a safe space in a crowded city for one extremely competitive and quirky new pastime. → Read More

Hostel People #9: Growing Up We Had Nothing and War Was Everywhere. Now I Travel the World and Have It All. –

A small-town Serbian boy on dreaming big and living large…and eavesdropping on loud-talking New Yorkers. → Read More

Hostel People #8: The Skyscrapers Tried to Expel Me –

An architecture student from Shanghai on why the buildings of New York have thoughts and feelings—and how that can be truly terrifying. → Read More

Hostel People #7: How This Botox Belle Became a Yogi Goddess of Liberation –

A blissed-out divorcee on the joys of “Conscious Uncoupling,” learning to be selfish, and mother-daughter bonding on the NYC subway. → Read More

Hostel People: How the Vietnam War Prepared Me for the Appalachian Trail –

A “true hiker” on dodging bears and battling Lyme disease—and trekking across NYC. → Read More

The Lovely Luck of Being Pooped on by a Pigeon –

A big-talking Spanish señora on the kindness of strangers, what it’s like to be the loudest snorer in a roomful of men, and how a fly-by bird-bombing made her day. → Read More

Oh, That Scar On My Forehead? Just a Little Run-in with a Livid Leopard. –

A safari-guide-turned-world-traveler on brushes with beasts, and how the real New York compares to the Big Apple of the movies. → Read More