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Sex, Dating & Relationships
There’s an old Woody Allen movie called The Diary. Set in a small American town in the 1940’s, Allen plays the lead role of an impoverished young man (Norm) who falls for a local heiress (Annie). He goes all out to try win her heart, being very bold and reckless, seemingly oblivious to her lofty social stature and any kind of courting etiquette.
It’s almost 2 a.m. as I leave a bar on Frenchmen, grab my bike and head for home. This counts as an early night in New Orleans. I didn’t get to bed the previous until seven in the morning.
Last week I wrote an article about erectile dysfunction, advising men how to deal with it. This follow-up aims to address female readers who have a sexual partner struggling with ED.
In this article I’d like to discuss something many men will experience at some time in their life (often before the age of forty), but few are willing to talk about. That something is erectile dysfunction.
A quick heads up on an interview I recently recorded with one of the biggest podcasts online. The Art of Charm is the #1 rated podcast in the self-help category in iTunes, and on the episode just released you’ll hear me talk about the following…
It’s cooler than usual, almost pleasant this Bangkok evening. We wander through quiet side streets, headed nowhere in particular. You ask if I’ve ever been in love.
“That’s the way it works in Thailand. So long as you keep shelling out the bucks, everything goes your way. It’s a great country.”
Back in my college years I had a huge crush on a girl in my social circle. She had a boyfriend, but one night we were out and getting along really well. At some point she whispered in my ear that we should go somewhere a little more private. On the grounds that she had …
She was shy and with friends. Good signs, I told myself. I struck up a conversation with her, made her laugh, danced a bit, bought her a drink. She was half Burmese, half Thai, petite and lovely. I’d been hesitating to ask her what she did for a living, afraid of what her answer might be. But I knew I’d have to ask eventually. And so I did…