Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
He lives in NYC. He can be contacted at neilochka on yahoo.
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Tag Archives: gender
There was a story in the Wall Street Journal yesteday about Csanad Szegedi, a Hungarian politican with the extreme far-right Jobbik party, and known for his hate speech, who was forced to resign from his party position when it was … Continue reading
Lately, I have read some posts where bloggers write about their longing to be “truthful and honest” on their blogs. I think about this issue, too, but I have a difficult time choosing my reality. What is truer — the … Continue reading
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My head was spinning from all the posts, and twitters, and comments over the weekend about the BlogHer article in the Style section of the New York Times. Most of the discussions were similar: “Why do male bloggers get into the … Continue reading
I’m sorry I was such an insecure woman yesterday. I’ll try to be a better woman next year during “Write Like the Opposite Sex Day.” A woman that will make you proud. That you will want to befriend. Next time, … Continue reading
My name is Neilochka. I am a mother of two living in Los Angeles, who doesn’t really feel like she belongs. I am insecure being around some of my more successful friends and wish that my husband was more attentive … Continue reading
(how I visualize myself as a woman) I’ve given a lot of thought about masculinity and femininity in the last few days, since I first mentioned this idea for “Write Like the Opposite Sex” Day. This week — my blog, my … Continue reading
Note written an hour later after emailing with Jane: OK – forget this post! Write Like the Opposite Sex Day will go on like I said in the last post. But I’ll keep this post up anyway just so you can see how … Continue reading
I recently wrote a recent post titled, “How to Get Hot Chicks to Read Your Blog.” It was a response to an email from a male blogger who was in awe of all my female readers. But there’s a negative … Continue reading