AboutI'm Laura Leu, a writer living in New York City. I enjoy telling strangers on the Internet my name, occupation and city of residence.
I've written for Women's Health, Maxim, Cosmo, Details, Health, Time Out New York, New York Post, McSweeney's and Salon, among others. In January 2010, my husband Adam and I launched Navigeaters, a blog that documents our quest to eat a meal from every nation in the world without leaving NYC. I also created Self-Petting Zoo, your one-stop shop for masturbating animal videos.
If you're an editor who wants to give me work, you can read some clips below or take a look at my resume. If you're a horny old German man, you can watch this video of me playing my accordion while my friend pole-dances.
stuff i've written"I Dream of Weenie: My Life As a Female Competitive Eater," Salon
"Abnormal School," Time Out New York
On attending Coney Island Sideshow School.
"Inside the Mind of a Monster," Stuff magazine
A feature profile story on Arthur Shawcross, convicted serial killer and cannibal.
"Love Machine," NY Press
An essay on watching my ex-boyfriend have sex with a robot.
"Conventional Sex," Details
A tour of the nation's sultriest, strangest, and stickiest sex festivals.
"Dating a Dreamboat," Women's Health magazine
An essay on dating a male model.
"Bedroom Briefing," Stuff magazine
A recurring Q&A sex advice column.
"Fear of Clothing in Las Vegas," Stuff magazine
An interview with cover girl Nikki Cox
"TONYPD," Time Out New York
A recurring column, in which I dress like a cop and issue tickets to people for various misbehaviors.
"Pop Vulture," Shock magazine
A parody of weekly celebrity tabloids.
"XXX-posure," Stuff magazine
A first-person narrative on becoming an extra in a porn movie.
"Hot Seat: Richard Simmons," Time Out New York
A Q&A interview with Richard Simmons.
"Why Karma is a Bitch," McSweeneys.net
A McSweeney's list in which I defend the Buddhist doctrine's cattiness.