New York based Barbara Reyes was tired of working for "the man" as she puts it and set up Stereotype - a anti-magazine with a...

New York based Barbara Reyes was tired of working for “the man” as she puts it and set up Stereotype – a anti-magazine with a little fashion, art and music. In between editorial ills Reyes tells PSFK of her funniest fashion moment when her and a friend went to Walgreen’s to indulge in some chocolate intake:

“My friend was waiting in-line when this small effeminate Asian man yelled at her because he said that she ‘cut the line' apologetically, she moved behind him even though I watched the whole thing. She didn’t cut in-line. So I said something to him. This was our exchange of words:

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