Gabrielle Fonrouge

Gabrielle Fonrouge is a freelance journalist living in Brooklyn, whose work has appeared in the New York Post, National Public Radio and VICE. She is working on a book about her experiences growing up in South Florida and is an advocate for social justice and human rights. When Gabrielle’s not covering shootings or staking out the city’s latest unscrupulous politicians, she enjoys traveling, writing poetry and hanging out with bodega cats.

Stories By Gabrielle Fonrouge

Confessions of a Morally Conflicted Champagne Hostess

My waitressing gig at the strip club was supposed to be a quick way to make easy money for college. But then coaxing tips out of wasted men gradually turned into more elaborate...