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An Open Letter

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The dog is ashamed.

Confidential to the guy who wrote me expressing disgust with the online Sun Times sports section’s use of “borderline pornography” involving “boobs popping out of women's clothing (or lack thereof), 13 total images,” in fact, which amount to “spoon-feeding pre-packaged sexual pleasure meals to anyone who will take a bite.”

I just want to say Sir that I too am appalled and disgusted by The Sun Times sports section—it’s got sports in it! And there is nothing I find more atrocious than sports.

With respect,

Sarah Terez Rosenblum

A writer with an MFA in Creative Writing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Sarah Terez Rosenblum freelances for a number of web sites and print publications. Her debut novel, “Herself When She’s Missing," is forthcoming from Soft Skull, an imprint of Counterpoint Press. She is also a figure model, Spinning instructor and teacher at Chicago’s StoryStudio. Inevitably one day she will find herself lecturing naked on a spinning bike. She's kind of looking forward to it actually.
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