Long before Lena Dunham and Girls, Sohn fearlessly chronicled her sexual misadventures in New York Press. She has since authored four novels.
Known to stir the feminist pot, Katie Roiphe is the author of several books, including The Morning After and Uncommon Arrangements.
Author of the books Working Stiff and Great in Bed, Grant Stoddard often takes a participatory role in the articles he writes.
This is the story of a real New Yorker. He’s charming, speaks five languages, and beds down one or more women a week. The author meets a man who’s either your ultimate hero or worst nightmare.
In her controversial book, A Return to Modesty, neo-con Wendy Shalit offers an intelligent—if sometimes naive—argument for playing it coy, à la The Rules. But does her logic ring true in the sex-crazed, hyper-hip bedrooms of New York?
The best part about temp work is not having to show up.
Keeping your nanny happy can be difficult—especially if you’re sharing her with other (smarter, nicer, richer) families.
You’re no Dylan.
On my knees for $20.
Fools fall in love.
At least he was honest.
Insecurity comes with the territory.
I still don’t know what the men’s movement’s about.
I prayed he’d move in, but he didn’t.
A photo spread.
A career tanks.
John Hughes lied.
Losing the game of love.
Remembering the queen of phone sex.
Lust from Jump Street.
Giving him “space” in our relationship … even if it kills me.
Musings on a Seaside Heights amusement park.
Will Oldham coughs up an interview.
It’s not sex if he uses Clinique.
The lure of an older, dirtier man.
Was the guy in the mask the guy in the mask?