â€œThe only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.â€
– Oscar Wilde
THE HARVARD CRIMSON: Frosh comper from FM interviewed me yesterday for an article about Sex and the Ivy. She was a lovely gal :) Girl totally got investigative — despite my use of aliases, she’s gotten a hold of Kammy Kam and CK (via Facebook stalking of course). FM comes out later this week.
HUSTLER MAGAZINE: I’m going to be published! Mom will be so proud. I’ve just completed my first professional freelance assignment. I wrote a campus feature for Hustler magazine. Will be appearing on shelves in early December. Who wants to raid the porn section in Out of Town News with me?
THE NEW YORK TIMES: According to a friend, I appear in a photo accompanying this article from The New York Times. I was representing The Harvard Crimson at Trojan’s roundtable discussion about sex in college. Let’s hope the camera didn’t add weight.
The media and I are currently best friends. The public and I, on the other hand, have a weird relationship. Word is getting out about this website, and I’ve come to the conclusion that I can no longer expect anonymity nor can I blog without consequence. It’s not like my identity is a well-kept secret anyway, but at this point, I might as well start signing posts with my real name.
I’ve received several complimentary emails, Facebook messages, and comments this past week. They make me really happy. Privacy issues and all, I love that people read my ramblings. Makes me think that I could actually write a marketable memoir someday.