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~FREE E-PUB ♉ The Wild Girls Club: Tales from Below the Belt ♃ SEXY, SAUCYThe second best thing to being inundated with gonads is reading Anka Radakovich s hilarious opinions of them Michael Musto The Village VoiceAs the outspoken sex columnist for Details magazine, Anka Radakovich has seen and done it all at least once Dating services Singles cruises Aphrodisiacs Homemade videos Escort services If it s about love, lust, or being shamelessly single, Anka puts her raw and raucous spin on the naked facts of life in the sCHELOR PADS YOUR PLACE OR MINE The goal of this type of dwelling is to put us in the mood Hence, the decor combines all the ambiance of a furniture showroom with the comfort of a car s backseat Women do not find this romantic IRREVERENT PeoplePARTY ETIQUETTE MISSED MANNERSWomen go to parties hoping to see Prince Charming across a crowded room But sometimes all we spot is a man dancing with underwear on his head, making gastrointestinal sounds with his armpits A VICARIOUS THRILLEXPLICIT AND FUNNY USA TodayTHE GOODBYE GIRL DUMPING THE BOYFRIENDThe most noble way to cut someone loose is, of course, in person This has its drawbacks, however, including the possibility that the dumpee might think you are kidding and return five minutes later with a quart of milk EROTIC New York MagazineGIRL TALK TALES FROM BELOW THE BELTWhat makes our gatherings different from boys night out is that nothing is too personal to say And nobody drinks ten beers and throws up The Cynthia Heimel of the slacker set, she s smart and progressiveRadakovich has wit to burn Entertainment Weekly Anka Radakovich was a columnist for Details magazine in the 90s I m assuming this collection of essays is actually a collection of columns she wrote for the magazine, but I can t find anything in this book explicitly saying that This book has no introduction These essays are mildly amusing, but nothing made me laugh out loud The parts were she writes about sex are not very hot her writing did not arouse me My other complaint is that many of the essays seem to end abruptly, with no real co Anka Radakovich was a columnist for Details magazine in the 90s I m assuming this collection of essays is actually a collection of columns she wrote for the magazine, but I can t find anything in this book explicitly saying that This book has no introduction These essays are mildly amusing, but nothing made me laugh out loud The parts were she writes about sex are not very hot her writing did not arouse me My other complaint is that many of the essays seem to end abruptly, with no real conclusion I guess Anka just wrapped it all up when she reached her word limit.My favorite section of the book is Interviews of Men with Penises Anka interviews Joe Pesci, Norman Mailer, Tom Jones, Russ Meyer, John Waters, Antonio Banderas, and Fred Schneider.All told, not a book I would recommend anyone buy ok, i didn t read the whole thing, but i wanted to make notes so i remember why as i wrote the gent who lent me the book i probably would have liked it and or found it funny had i read it when it came out in 1994 i was fresh out of college and living in spain and, for the first time since i was five, not going to school and reading whatever i wanted the landlord of the place where i rented a room along with a student, se nor albondiga mr meatball and yes, if you drew him you d draw six mea ok, i didn t read the whole thing, but i wanted to make notes so i remember why as i wrote the gent who lent me the book i probably would have liked it and or found it funny had i read it when it came out in 1994 i was fresh out of college and living in spain and, for the first time since i was five, not going to school and reading whatever i wanted the landlord of the place where i rented a room along with a student, se nor albondiga mr meatball and yes, if you drew him you d draw six meatball shapes thought i was rara bc i wasinterested in lying around reading all day rather than partying or ho ing had this book came into my hands, i surely would have read it and then, i probably wouldn t have minded that it was slapsticky in parts perhaps the blatant sexuality would have been bold for the time but now it just doesn t hold up and my biggest complaint is that it is disgustingly heteronormative it s as if ms radakovich had never even heard the word gay in her world a woman is a person who likes men, even if not all male parts so a bunch of women get together and talk about saggy testicles so what the only things i found worth reading were the interviews at the end, especially john waters now if waters wrote about his wild girls club, that is surely something i would read I pretty much kept a subscription to 90 s Details solely to read this woman s column God 90 s Details was great at an editorial level. Simply a regurgitation of Anka s magazine columns My attraction to her draws from a coming of age during the early 90s and having an 8 subscription to Details magazine, for which she was the sex columnist and a pioneering one, at that. This was a book that I bought while on a chaperoned trip in Washington DC when I was a teen, and read in the back of a bus with a bunch of other high schoolers It s just that kind of sophomoric, hyper sexual sense of humor that has been passed down to the likes of Chelsea Handler and Amy Schumer Nothing wrong with that, per se, it s just not my bag. Before there was Sex the City there was Anka Radakovich, the original Carrie Bradshaw sex columnist for DETAILS Magazine funny, witty, modern, outrageous and playful writing about thesordid pursuits of modern life with a deft touch and tongue planted firmly in cheek Before there was Sex the City there was Anka Radakovich, the original Carrie Bradshaw sex columnist for DETAILS Magazine funny, witty, modern, outrageous and playful writing about thesordid pursuits of modern life with a deft touch and tongue planted firmly in cheek Some of the antedotes I did enjoy, but this book was too dated for me, as there were references to alot of mid90 s stuff, as when the book was written and published I d like to see a sequel to this book I found this in a freebie pile and remembered reading her column in Details before I was old enough to even be sexually active Written in 1994 I wanted to see what it was like to be a woman in the age GRRRRLS A lot has changed in 20 years and at the same time NOTHING has changed Fun quick read made me miss the 90s a lot. Anka Radakovich, a former sex columnist for Details magazine, writes like your funniest, sluttiest friend She refers to her bed as the sexology office Here she shares great suggestions, anecdotes, interviews and survey results.