Sex and this boy flying
We don't get sex right. It drugs you and rewrites
things. It's time for us to be honest and say, "Oh."
October 10, 2000 11:52PM (UTC)
We don't get sex right. It drugs you and rewrites things. It's time for us to be honest and say, "Oh."
Hear Chris Colin's essay "Sex and this boy flying," set to a languid and whimsical guitar riff.
Chris is the associate People editor at Salon. An essay of his appears in "Salon.com's Wanderlust: Real-Life Tales of Adventure and Romance," to be released by Villard Books in November.
Music by Chris Colin except for accordion, which is "La derrihre l'omnibus" by Ariston.
Chris Colin is the author most recently of "Blindsight," published by the Atavist.
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