Tom of Finland Erotic Art Foundation







February 3, 2005
New York, NY

The Museum of Sex

"Love & Dating
in the Age of the Booty Call"

7:00 - 9:00 PM
Tickets $10; $8 students & seniors.
Seating is limited. Advance ticket purchase recommended. Tickets can be purchased at front desk, or in advance by calling 212.689.6337 x115 or online at the website.

Jump start your Valentines Day with authors Ian Kerner, Amy Sohn and Dennie Hughes, who get us in the mood for romance with a fun, informative discussion of "Love & Dating in the Age of the Booty Call."

Our literary panel will read from their latest work, as well as discuss and debate the battlefield of sex, hook-ups, go-nowhere relationships, and the dismal dating treadmill -- not to mention the everlasting search for love -- oh yeah, that. Join us for some refreshing chat, hopefully some advice, book signing, and who knows -- maybe Cupid's arrow will strike!

Well known sexologist Ian Kerner, PhD, is the author of "She Comes First" and the soon to be released "Be Honest: You're Not That Into Him Either" (ReganBooks, February 2005).

With over 50 million weekly readers, Dennie Hughes is the USA Weekend "Relationtips" columnist and author of "Dateworthy" (Rodale, 2004).

A New York Times list bestselling author, Amy Sohn is a weekly writer on dating and relationships for New York magazine and the author of two novels: "Run Catch Kiss" and "My Old Man" (Simon Schuster, September 2004).

The Museum of Sex
Gallery Hours: Sunday - Thursday 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM Saturday 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
233 Fifth Avenue (@ 27th Street), New York, NY 10016 Map  212.689.6337

Museum of Sex Website

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“In those days, a gay man was made to feel nothing but shame about his feelings and his sexuality. I wanted my drawings to counteract that, to show gay men being happy and positive about who they were. Oh, I didn’t sit down to think this all out carefully. But I knew — right from the start — that my men were going to be proud and happy men!"
— Tom of Finland