Joe asked: What’s the best way to shop for underwear for my
girlfriend? And what underwear do you think are the sexiest for a girl?
Pay attention to what she wears. If she’s wearing a thong around you though-she’s doing that for your benefit and not for herself. I’ll be honest, the devil invented those. Women do not enjoy something riding their ass all day. And when it’s cold, hello chafing! Not only that but most women (not all, but most) feel sexier in a different kind. I’ve always thought that a high-cut in the back boy-short is VERY flattering on a woman. Shows off enough skin in the back to tease and really makes a woman feel confident about herself, too. Oh and a tip-silky material feels the best and gives a sense of luxury. Good luck!
Carl asked: On the first date what are things a guy should not do?
The first date is a make-it-or-break-it. Always be on your
best behavior if you plan to stick around. I am a strong believer that men shouldn’t have to always pay on a date-I don’t think it’s fair and I like to spoil my partner, too. But for this date, the check is on you and pick somewhere nice. This date is to impress her and leave her wanting more of you. Be polite and show that you are interested in her by asking questions about her. But keep them light and easy, never go into religion, politics etc. That can wait till things are serious. I know boys will be boys, but PLEASE keep from staring at her chest. I like a nice rack too, but if she catches you this early she will assume there is only one thing on your
mind for where this date is going-she won’t be answering your calls. Lastly, I know it’s not all that uncommon for a first date to end in hooking up nowadays but if you want her to see you as potential boyfriend material and not just a temporary fling then don’t. End it with a kiss. The heavy stuff is even better after a wait.
William asked: What would you say is your driving force for being where you are and what keeps you motivated to keep going further?
When I was younger it started out as me just trying to please my family, doing what was expected of me. That eventually turned into my own insecurity. I moved from California to Dallas and people in Dallas are much more judgmental than what I was accustomed to. I wanted to impress these people I didn’t know, these people who made me feel like I was inferior. In the process that actually worked in my benefit. I was driven to prove I could do something with myself. I was “obsessed” with becoming worthy of their attention. Which I will admit is not a healthy way to go about things. I was fortunate that the things I was trying to succeed in ended up becoming real passions for me. I love what I do now; I do it for me because that makes me happy. Not for anyone else. I actually get a lot of criticism from some around here because of the conservatism. Some people frown upon the fact that I model in my underwear? Whaaa?? Haha. But now I live life for me, not giving a damn what others think. I’m much happier living my life and doing the things I love over doing what people want me to do. Be you-always be you. Never give up. Nothing is impossible if you put everything you have into it. If it’s worth it then you will.