On Gay Modern Love: Andrea Neighbours Not Very Happy About Parody
In which The Gay Recluse provides a postscript to last week’s Gay Modern Love, the weekly feature in which he parodies Modern Love, the column in The Times in which openly gay writers almost never appear and even less frequently write about romantic love. (For our quantitative analysis, click here.)
So it turns out that unlike Kayla Rachlin Small, who loved our riff on her Modern Love column (and no coincidence wrote one of the most moving columns ever), not every author is so enamored of our efforts to call attention to the plight of Gay Modern Love in the Times.
Today, for example, we received this note from Andrea Neighbours, the author of last week’s essay:
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