The high watermark of “white sex” is the white person who loses their cautionary head and becomes a bona fide sex maniac.
“White sex,” I repeated, for the third time.
Not “right” sex or “wide” sex or a new drug to do it to— which is what everyone imagined when I announced the subject in a Village Voice newsroom. Everyone being white, of course.
They asked me to write a story for their 1993 “White Issue,” which was framed along the lines of, ““When did whites come into the…
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