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Amy Sohn

October 20, 2003 | Naked City
Mano a Mano

Much has been made about how a “Queer Eye” can benefit a straight guy. But there is no shortage of gay men who would welcome a little straightening out.

October 6, 2003 | Naked City
Political Partying

It’s not surprising that young voters are turning out in droves for Howard Dean fund-raisers and rallies. What could be sexier than a well-honed set of political values?

September 22, 2003 | Naked City
The Long Goodbye

Dan and Allison are doing everything they can to remain friends. But is it really possible to end a marriage without destroying the relationship?

September 8, 2003 | Naked City
Squeeze Play

Talk about tough love. For some men, nothing could be sexier than having a well-chiseled female bodybuilder deliver their own private smackdown.

August 18, 2003 | Naked City
Friends and Lovers

Gay women in New York quickly discover just how many degrees of sexual separation lie between their ex-girlfriends and their latest hookup.

August 4, 2003 | Naked City
Sexy on the Beach

The author travels to Fire Island to contemplate the eternal verities of the beach: the pounding surf, the soft sand, the blistering sun, and, of course, the incredibly hot lifeguards.

July 28, 2003 | Naked City
Ready or Not

After fantasizing about it, obsessing over it, and aching for it, the author now finds herself engaged to the man of her dreams. So what the hell is her problem?

July 24, 2003 | Naked City
The Other Woman

Dana Pearl insists that she doesn’t go looking for married men, but in the last eight years ten of them have found her.

July 21, 2003 | Naked City
The Other Woman

Dana Pearl insists that she doesn’t go looking for married men, but in the last eight years ten of them have found her.

July 14, 2003 | Naked City
Smoke Signals

One unexpected dividend of Bloomberg’s smoking ban, now that the cold weather is finally gone, has been the extension of the pickup scene onto the sidewalk.

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