Living in West Hollywood is amazing. On one block of Santa Monica Blvd. you can grab a drink at the best bars in Boystown. Just north on Sunset, you have some of the greatest restaurants and just down Robertson, you have some of the best shopping in town.
In my fantasy, Channing Tatum and I do all of the above except he pays for everything on his Amex Black Card.
A boy can dream. Read more
I never felt it was fair for someone to be alone if they didn’t want to be. I love love, and have always been obsessed with helping singles find it. From a young age I felt it was my calling to set up friends and acquaintances. As a hobby, I was pretty good at it, and some of my amateur matches actually ended in wonderful marriages.
Taking the road that many find themselves on after high school, I went to college and then on to receive my Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan. As planned I started my career as a social worker, but after 12 long years in the industry, I found I longed for a change. Instead of damage control, I knew I wanted to focus on the creation and positivity of love.
I have a confession today. A little secret you could say. It’s a secret men have kept from you ladies since the beginning of time. If a woman can’t describe what she wants from me sexually, I don’t get turned on. Men love a recap.
We’re wired that way. Think about what happens when men sit around watching football. We turn that commentary up full blast. We don’t really need it. We can see what’s happening on the screen. But we love listening to the announcer talk about a play over and over again. Men are primarily visual creatures, but we love to hear you!
If you really want to turn a man on, sure sexy underwear is great. We love to see your body, and we love to watch you while we’re making love. But what really gets men going is sex commentary!
It happens to all of us.
We join a dating site with high hopes. We’ve heard about so many people finding someone great online. We even have friends that have girlfriends or boyfriends they’ve met that way. It seems to be happening all around us…but not to us. We’ve sworn off it before, but now it’s time. We’ve had enough. So we join.
The first time looking at all the new faces, it feels like opportunity abounds. This is it. It’s going to happen this time. So, we send out a bunch of emails with high hopes. Some we’re really, super interested in, some sort-of interested in. Either way, we want to meet someone. Read more
I try to stay very open-minded when it comes to what men plan for first dates. I mean, the poor guys are under a lot of pressure. They have to do the planning, the prep and the paying. And it’s especially tough to plan something creative when you barely know the other person, which is normally the case on a first date. However, I don’t care how much pressure the guy is under, I still think there’s one spot that a man should never take you on a first date—his home. Here’s why.