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ask sean: hello kitty SEAN MICHAEL
DATING AND RELATIONSHIP ADVICE (Mature content. 18yrs+)
Is hair removal a prerequisite for a great sex life?
Bam!! A new week, a new episode of 'Ask Sean' begins! In this week's adventure, we are going to be discussing the differences in what men and women are actually attracted to and why. Next, we're going to be talking about scaping your happy zone. And finally, we're going to talk about how nice guys can learn to avoid the ‘Friendzone' and become the perfect man that all women want.
Guys, you're going to want to read this one and, ladies, you're going to want your man to read it too.
BIG IS BEAUTIFUL
BIGGER GUY asks: Ok... What are some things a bigger guy at 6'4" and 275lbs can do to be more attractive?
SEAN says: I'm 6'4" and about 270lbs too. And I'm a living Sex God!
You have to realize that the sexes look for different characteristics in a mate. Guys look for a 'hot chick' because attractiveness demonstrates health and likelihood of good offspring which lets his genes live onto eternity. Things like the hip to weight ratio are huge demonstrating factors that she will likely have healthy children.
Women on the other hand are looking for different things than that. They are looking for a man with means, power, social value, strength, etc. For her, she is looking for someone who can provide for her babies, protect her babies, and instruct her babies on being relevant in society.
This is why guys will see a hot girl and say, 'Damn, I'd fuck her!' – whereas women are slower to judge a man. She has more aspects to learn from him first. She might say 'damn' too, but usually this means, 'I haven't disqualified him yet...' rather than, 'He can ravish me in those bushes right now!'
So ya, your size already demonstrates that you can protect her (and possible kids) so you are at a huge advantage there. Next you need to wear good clothes, get your hair done, walk tall and confident, be smart and witty while talking to her and even other people (to demonstrate social value) – and if you don't have a decent job, invest in yourself to get one. The latter isn't as important, but nothing wrong with having cash in the bank anyway.•
Do you have a question?
GROOMING THE CAT asks: What's the word out there? I mean, being young and shaving 'down there' is a prerequisite for a great sex life... but it's uncomfortable when it starts growing back!?
Don't get me wrong, I feel 'young' when I do this and he is also thrilled! But at what point should we grow up!?
SEAN says: Somehow porn sites have changed the mindsets of the population into thinking that everyone needs their nether regions hairless and ready for action. And don't get me wrong, that's awesome – really awesome... Onwards.
But the fact is things change, just like in fashion. There are definitely guys out there that prefer to have some sort of hair down there, whether it's a landing strip or some other design. Some guys even like the 'au naturel' look because the bare look creeps them out.
Maybe don't aim for a thatched brush the size of a New York Slice of Pizza. If Brazilian isn't your thing, don't be afraid to try something new. It's not the only option and certainly not the only way to make a pretty kitty. Ideally, just as in manscaping, the idea is to at least clear off enough foliage so that it's inviting enough for someone to want to kiss down there.•
Do you have a question?
FRIENDZONES BE GONE
STUCK IN FRIENDZONE asks: 'Why do girls always friendzone the nice guy and date the assholes?' and 'Why do women go for the guys that put them through hell?'
SEAN says: Two questions and I'll take on both. The problem with most nice guys is that they are boring. They give her everything the girl asks for, never have an opinion, never challenge her, and never make things exciting. Girls are emotional beings and they need to feel emotions. Emotions are even more addictive than drugs (that's why most drugs trigger emotions). So sometimes a girl will fall for a man that 'bad' because she will feel something with him. A lot of those emotions she feels will be sadness, jealous, rage, etc. Bad emotions. But at least she will be feeling something.
But you don't need to be a bad boy in order to make her feel those emotions. You can be a nice guy, but just be one that still triggers her emotions. The good ones. When she asks you, 'What do you want for dinner?' and you say, 'I don't know, what do you want to do?' Understand that that is boring! Instead tell her, 'You know what? Go put on that red dress that I like and I'm taking you out somewhere special. I'm not telling you where, but you're going to like it.' Now you've added intrigue to something basic and simple as dinner.
Just give her an adventure when she is with you, let her feel safe to cry in your arms, let her laugh at your jokes. Don't sit around all day playing video games! Let her dress up for you so that other girls get jealous that she found that perfect man! Make her tingle with passion as you tease each other with verbal foreplay for the sex that will happen later that night.
Basically, let her feel the whole rainbow of emotions and you can still be that nice guy you want to be. If you can trigger a girl's emotions and still be the nice guy, no girl is going to friendzone you. You will be the perfect guy that every girl would kill for.
That's all for this week. To be continued...•
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