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Kimberlee Auerbach

You Don’t Want Your Fingers to Smell Like Vagina

March 12th, 2009
by Kimberlee Auerbach

NEW YORK, NY-

When I was a little girl, I liked two things: getting naked and touching my vagina.

Nothing wrong with that. Totally normal. Completely natural. Yet, not so appropriate during dinner parties with my parents’ friends milling about the living room eating Brie cheese on water crackers.

I had a knack for unveiling myself at the strangest times, in the most unlikely of places. There’s a photo of me, age 5, standing on top of my tricycle seat, trying hard to keep my balance, wearing nothing but a red bandana on my head. In another shot, I’m chasing our dog around the backyard wearing my baby doll’s dress, which basically comes up to my neck, and no underwear.

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Kimberlee Auerbach

Misreading Signs Can Land You Three Degrees From Blowing the President

March 18th, 2007
by Kimberlee Auerbach

NEW YORK, NY-

Driving down 19th Avenue on my way to work, windows rolled down, "Wonderwall" by Oasis blasting from the cassette player in my silver Mitsubishi Galant, the light turned red.

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