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Is My Arched Spine Still Pretty?

by 01/15/2016
Neighborhood: East Village, Manhattan, Uncategorized, Union Square

Right after it was done I wanted to try again, as if already I was searching for some way for him to give me more than he could.

Heteroflexibility

by 12/31/2006
Neighborhood: Chelsea, Multiple

Daphne trolls craigslist for entertainment, and she can see her (fl)ex-boyfriend coming a mile away

Dom’s Wife

by 11/24/2006
Neighborhood: Astoria, Queens

As a teenager, the author savors the streams of extravagant verbal abuse pouring out of a neighboring apartment

Lubricated Intruder

by 10/10/2006
Neighborhood: Murray Hill

Michael has an idyllic weekend with his family out of town; when he returns, he discovers a true atrocity

Manhattan Sex Clubs: They Have Their Ups and Downs

by 09/24/2006
Neighborhood: Midtown

A survey of a huge but little-discussed presence on the NYC social scene: upscale public sex parties

The Midtown Report: Heightened Security Leads to Homoerotic Fondling/Rescue by Dick & Jane

by 09/16/2006
Neighborhood: Letter From Abroad

This edition of the MR takes our hero out of his Midtown sanctuary, into a place where his privacy is meaningless

Mr. Cheese and the Pajama Party

by 01/15/2004
Neighborhood: All Over, Multiple

"When you're tipsy and stranded in Alpine New Jersey and you can't beat 'em; join 'em."

Making It

by 01/15/2004
Neighborhood: Morningside Heights

Julio, a boyish thirty-one, has difficulty not smirking when admitting to having slept with over seventy-five females. The majority were what Julio dubs “Barnard floozies”: white, rich undergraduates at Columbia University or Barnard College. Julio can list most of their names on a napkin. Those whose names he can’t recall, he can usually remember something […]

Controversial Porn

by 05/23/1999
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

The first time I saw Sharon, she was not physically in the movie theater on 42nd Street, SHE WAS up on THE silver screen taking it doggie style from the pizza boy. The man playing her husband watched. So did the twenty other men in the OTHERWISE empty theater. Neither of the men was particularly […]