The L magazine, the not-really-but-they-like-to-call-themselves pocket-sized street guide, introduced a new sex column, “The Natural Redhead,” which they are touting as filling “the void left by the Voice’s dropping of Rachel Kramer Bussel in favor of the celibate bourgeoisie.”
We’ll let the columnist herself, Audrey Ference, explain her vision:
The new column’s going to be a Q-and-A format, with you guys providing the Qs and me providing the As. What it’s not going to be is one of those ones where I go to a fisting festival and break the world record for fisting. If you want to see fisting festival talk, you’ll have to bring it up yourself. Sorry. But if you have a sex problem, or if you have an enemy whose name you would like to see connected with throat gonorrhea in print, or if you are fulfilled in some way by writing fake questions about sex problems and having them answered as though they were real, then drop me a line.
Kramer Bussel, by the way, gives up the story of her “first-time” alongside other writer-y New York lumniaries like Jonathan Ames and the New Yorker‘s Ben Greenman for L‘s “Losin’ It.”