Posts Tagged ‘Modern Love’

In which The Gay Recluse updates his informal but rather telling quantitative analysis of Modern Love, the weekly Style Section (of The Times) column in which openly gay writers almost never appear, and even less frequently describe a romantic relationship. This week’s piece: Was I on a Date or Baby-Sitting? Subject: For some reason a […]


In which The Gay Recluse makes fun of the sad straights who appear in this week’s Modern Love offering in The Times. Those looking for our quantitative analysis should click here. Was I on a Date or Baby-Sitting? OMG! What an Asshole! By JULIE KLAUSNER and THE GAY RECLUSE Published: April 27, 2008 So this […]


In which The Gay Recluse updates his informal but rather telling quantitative analysis of Modern Love, the weekly Style Section (of The Times) column in which openly gay writers almost never appear, and even less frequently describe a romantic relationship. This week’s piece: The Joy of Marriage Was Ours, for a While Subject: A women […]


In which The Gay Recluse disagrees with one reader and agrees with another. Recently reader Wil sent in the following comment in response to our April 5th updated analysis of the Modern Love column in the New York Times, in which openly gay writers almost never appear, and even less frequently describe romantic relationships: [I]t’s […]


In which The Gay Recluse updates his informal but rather telling quantitative analysis of Modern Love, the weekly Style Section (of The Times) column in which openly gay writers almost never appear, and even less frequently describe a romantic relationship. This week’s piece: The Plain, Unmarked Box Arrived Subject: A women and her husband buy […]


In which The Gay Recluse provides a gay (but frankly, equally boring) alternative to this week’s Modern Love offering in The Times. Those looking for our quantitative analysis should click here. The Plain, Unmarked Box Arrived By LORI JAKIELA and THE GAY RECLUSE Published: April 13, 2008 THE night we ordered the sex chair, we’d […]


In which The Gay Recluse updates his informal but rather telling quantitative analysis of Modern Love, the weekly Style Section (of The Times) column in which openly gay writers almost never appear, and even less frequently describe a romantic relationship. This week’s piece: When The Chutney’s Gone Subject: A very frightening woman describes a soulless […]