The year I turned 25, I became a children’s birthday party entertainer. Or, actually, I became a Mad Scientist™ children’s birthday party edutainer. At the time, I was going through your standard-issue millennial crisis and came to the realization I should “try acting,” because that’s always worked out well for people . . .
When Jennifer P.’s roommate moved out earlier this year, the 24-year-old Florida native saw an opportunity. While many people in her situation might choose to get a new roommate, Jennifer, who now had a full house at her complete disposal, decided to go a different route. (Featured in Salon, New York Magazine, and Gawker)
Jerre Kalbas is a lifelong New Yorker and a ninety-seven-year-old lesbian. When I tell her that there are only four remaining lesbian bars in New York, she drops her rice cake. “Four?” she asks. “That’s terrible. When I was growing up, there were so many.” I feel bad telling Jerre this news. I worry that my generation disappoints her. I want her to finish her rice cake. Continue reading
The first time I saw ‘Before Sunrise’ I was a freshman in high school, single but confident I’d find true love, probably in art class, maybe after school, definitely with a Hanson brother. Watching Ethan Hawke’s Jesse and Julie Delpy’s Celine only confirmed my most adolescent suspicions.
It’s not clear what drove people to see The Wedding Ringer this weekend, besides a sincere lack of recreational opportunity and a budding interest in masochism. The film, which The AV Club called a “100-minute gay joke masquerading as a buddy comedy,” and which my grandma labeled, “very good,” is a story grounded in sexual panic and gay hysteria Continue reading
So things in the bedroom have been a little lackluster lately, but you’re not sure how role-play will mesh with your highly advanced moral code. That’s why we’ve compiled seven politically correct role-plays that will kick-start your sex life, without compromising your core… Continue reading
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