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The Reluctant Metrosexual: Dispatches from an Almost Hip Life

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Peter Hyman wants the model/Fulbright Scholar girlfriend, the job with generous stock options and the well-appointed 2BR w/vu. Instead he routinely finds himself single and underemployed in his closet-free walk-up. The last woman he liked got back together with her lesbian lover; the one before that threw up on the first date.

Welcome to the almost hip life of a reluctant metrosexual–a straight man whose tastes are just gay enough. Equal parts cultural anthropologist, amateur sexologist and witty skeptic, Hyman wryly chronicles the promiscuity and perils of modern manhood, whether he’s undergoing a painful Brazilian bikini wax, lurching through a disastrous threesome, or poignantly reflecting on the Scotch-soaked grief of a difficult breakup.

So sit back in your Eames lounger and revel in the good fortune that The Reluctant Metrosexual is not you, it’s him.

Synopsis:

Equal parts urban anthropologist, amateur sexologist, and cranky skeptic, Hyman pens this hilarious collection of essays on the promiscuity and perils of single life in Manhattan with wry sophistication and enviable wit.

Synopsis:

Peter Hyman wants the model/Fulbright Scholar girlfriend, the job with generous stock options and the well-appointed 2BR w/vu. Instead he routinely finds himself single and underemployed in his closet-free walk-up. The last woman he liked got back together with her lesbian lover; the one before that threw up on the first date.

Welcome to the almost hip life of a reluctant metrosexual–a straight man whose tastes are just gay enough. Equal parts cultural anthropologist, amateur sexologist and witty skeptic, Hyman wryly chronicles the promiscuity and perils of modern manhood, whether hes undergoing a painful Brazilian bikini wax, lurching through a disastrous threesome, or poignantly reflecting on the Scotch-soaked grief of a difficult breakup.

So sit back in your Eames lounger and revel in the good fortune that The Reluctant Metrosexual is not you, its him.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780812971637
Subtitle:
Dispatches from an Almost Hip Life
Publisher:
Villard
Author:
Hyman, Peter
Location:
New York, N.Y.
Subject:
Men
Subject:
Form - Essays
Subject:
Dandies
Subject:
Popular Culture - General
Subject:
Men's Studies - General
Subject:
Essays
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series Volume:
12
Publication Date:
20040727
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
8.08x5.24x.68 in. .51 lbs.

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Arts and Entertainment » Humor » Gender and Sex
History and Social Science » Sociology » General

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Product details 304 pages Villard Books - English 9780812971637 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Equal parts urban anthropologist, amateur sexologist, and cranky skeptic, Hyman pens this hilarious collection of essays on the promiscuity and perils of single life in Manhattan with wry sophistication and enviable wit.
"Synopsis" by , Peter Hyman wants the model/Fulbright Scholar girlfriend, the job with generous stock options and the well-appointed 2BR w/vu. Instead he routinely finds himself single and underemployed in his closet-free walk-up. The last woman he liked got back together with her lesbian lover; the one before that threw up on the first date.

Welcome to the almost hip life of a reluctant metrosexual–a straight man whose tastes are just gay enough. Equal parts cultural anthropologist, amateur sexologist and witty skeptic, Hyman wryly chronicles the promiscuity and perils of modern manhood, whether hes undergoing a painful Brazilian bikini wax, lurching through a disastrous threesome, or poignantly reflecting on the Scotch-soaked grief of a difficult breakup.

So sit back in your Eames lounger and revel in the good fortune that The Reluctant Metrosexual is not you, its him.

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