How do we at Glamwire celebrate the 2nd day of Christmas, the first day of Quanza, and the fifth day of Chanuka?…by buying an amazing antique casino table at a nearby shop, one that folds into its own incredible carry on bag, oh yeah, baby, and by relishing in our new scent, L’Occitane Eav Des Bavx, which we received from our incredible sister Margaret for Chrissy….astonishingly lovely mates!) and by making one last 08 nod to Harry H. Lunn Jr., the greatest photography dealer that ever lived and the publisher, with Robert Miller, of the X Collection by Robert Mapplethorpe…by returning to Part Four of Who Killed Male Sexuality by our favorite Friday afternoon correspondent Susan Craine Bakos. While we at Glamwire have always argued, vehemently, that Male Sexuality was killed by Don Schneider of Great Neck, New York in 1992….this story comes to a startlingly different conclusion. By clicking Continue Reading, you acknowledge that you are in possession of Key Man Insurance, and you have called a loved one to inform them that you intend, in fact, to proceed.
The conclusion of this series, soon to be a sensational novel, is now up here . Ciao for now.
Part One is still up on glamwire: http://www.glamwire.com/articles/2008/12/06/sexuality-in-the-city
Part Two is still up on Sexy Whispers:
Part Three is still up on Club Double:
Part Four answers the question: Who killed male sexuality (if indeed it is so dead)? The Babes of Babeland are leading the charge for female sexual empowerment. And its all about vibes–and a big black dick with a curve that hits the G spot–and the undeniable appeal of a cub for a Cougar.
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