This is a guest post by Timon Klip. Timon helps highly analytical people become confident in social situations. “There is in every one of us, even those who seem to be most moderate, a type of desire that is terrible, wild, and lawless.” -Plato, (Republic)
This is a guest post by Nick Neeson, the founder of Introverted Badass. Have you ever seen that movie… the one about the desperate nice guy trying to get the key to the heart of that cute, tenderhearted girl?
This is a guest post by Mark Greene; he is a professional writer and digital nomad. If you’ve never found yourself stuck in a relationship riddled with drama on the daily, consider yourself one of the lucky few. Perhaps it’s because of your no-BS manly exterior, or maybe you got lucky the first time ‘round […]
When you enter “sex-positive” into Wikipedia it spits out the following definition: Sex positivity is an attitude towards human sexuality that regards all consensual sexual activities as fundamentally healthy and pleasurable, and encourages sexual pleasure and experimentation. Sounds pretty great, doesn’t it? However, for many guys, the phrase sex-positive still bears negative connotations, mainly because […]
Knowing what a truly attractive man is like makes it easier to become one. So here is my take on which traits every attractive guy should possess.
This is a guest post by Rachel Esco. Rachel is a Toronto-based writer who is a keen observer of today’s young adult culture which she examines in her writing. Enter the stage, Rachel. We all know that standards of decorum for the first date are not what they used to be ten years ago. Dating practices […]
Recently, a reader messaged us and asked what it means to be your true self. I love this topic because it always raises the question: What is your true self?
In the following, I will teach you a little trick that utilizes the element of surprise to ask women out on a date. I really like this technique because it is so non-needy and most women never get asked out that way. It’s definitely an experience she won’t forget so soon.
Remember our five senses? Hearing, seeing, touching, smelling, tasting. Science has known for quite some time that purposefully stimulating our senses has many practical benefits.