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Anula Maiberg is not your typical Pilates instructor: with her bleach blonde hair and shaved head, tattoos, and full figure, she provides a refreshing representation of what the “Pilates body” actually is.  Walking into a Pilates class can be incredibly intimidating. The majority of students – not to mention the instructor – are toned and taut, lithe and chiseled.  If your body isn’t already all of those things, a Pilates class can be a daunting experience. Maiberg’s presence, at her studio in New York City and...
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Q: I’m an older woman (just north of 50) and, after years of being celibate, I have found myself interested in BDSM. I tried for a very long time to convince myself that I didn’t want a single shred of kink in my life, and very nearly succeeded. Circumstances in my life also made it difficult to focus on anything like a relationship, never mind one that would involve kink. I don’t want a Story of O relationship, and I don’t want to rush into...
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The first step is admitting you have a problem: you didn’t come up with a Halloween costume. It’s alright. Neither did I. Which is why I spent the morning brainstorming fanciful get-ups you can piece together last-minute.   This is by no means a definitive list – just a stream of costume consciousness from a fellow holiday procrastinator. Maybe you’ll find some outfit inspo, or maybe you’ll hate all of these so much you’ll come up with something better. Either way, time is running out…let’s get started!   1....
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Zombies are what's up right now, they're like vampires for alt-kids and they're coming for you. Books, TV, and movies-- you name it, the undead is in it. For some reason zombies just seem inspire us underdogs and weird kids. Zombie events like the NYC Zombie Crawl are popping up all over the globe. So if you don’t get the appeal of the undead let me share with you a little of what I learned running with my NYC Zombie Crawl friendos about why Zombies rule...
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Sitting in a corner of the new Midtown location of New York restaurant Sake Bar Hagi, countless plates of Japanese food surrounding him, Anthony Bourdain begins talking about porn. Food porn, that is. I don’t mean the perfectly-lit avocado toast photos on your Instagram feed and Pinterest board, but the lavish descriptions of sushi that fill his new graphic novel, Jiro: Blood and Sushi. As the title implies, the loving odes to sushi almost outnumber the body count in this Tokyo-set dystopian gangster story. Almost. I’ve asked...
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