She’s a lovely woman, whose beauty is still in full bloom. She wanted to talk to me, to ask for advice. She asked about things she thinks she’ll need to know “Later, when I want a husband, like you.” She and I don’t have any pretentiousness in our relationship. We have an easy freedom of conversation that’s more honest than what most men and women will ever have.
I explained to her that most men view a good woman the same way he sees his favorite old t-shirt, and that’s a good thing. I spent quite a while unpacking my reasoning with her.
Anais, is a friend and model from America, who’s back for a second round; Najma is a Somalian raised in Kenya who ended up in the USA as she tries to understand what motivates others while she delves into her first business venture; and Sarah is a Canadian sex educator who makes some pretty bold claims about masturbation. They all end up at my table for a talk. This gets loud! ->
Anais FW is an international model and actress with a wealth of diverse life experiences. She’s become one of the brighter stars I’ve met in Shanghai, China! In this Podcast we sit down for an afternoon tea to dig deep into gender, sex, Men, Women, and the post feminism “dating scene”. Listen up! ->
Fallon “THE QUEEN OF SWORDS” Fox! A name that’s been on everyone’s lips lately in the world of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts). She boasts a perfect professional record of 3-0-0 (Win-Loss-Draw). I call bullshit! She’s a fraud and a scam artist. Here is why ->
By every conceivable metric, men and women can score equally well on standardized tests. With education, sex and gender don’t matter. Everything else is a set of obverse traits that cancel each other out. Men are physically stronger, we get what we want through strength more often than not. Women rely on subtle manipulation, achieving their success through cunning, a stalemate. The question remains, why are men disproportionately represented in positions of power and leadership? ->
The internet has made relationships easier to throw away, and even harder to get into. The internet has made relationships easier to throw away, and even harder to get into!->