Who made bras famous?

   “Inside the house no women wear them.

My sister, your sister, my gf, your gf, your wife, your female friends, my female friends, no one use them inside the house. Comfort always comes first.
So the question is, how about outside?
Question: no bra, no problem?
Answer: yes.
Wait, for everybody?
Well, lets divide our world in three groups:
  • celebrities of all ages
  • 20 something non-celebrities
  • older non-celebrities
Lets see what celebrities think about it:
See? They couldn’t careless.
They do it because they can, and they need to be in the news constantly since image and being talked about is everything for them.
How about non-celebrities?
See, they do it because they feel great doing it.
Fashion is a statement.
They are saying loud and clear how greatthey feel doing it.
Don’t like it?
It is your problem.
As I said, I don’t like to see pink cars, so what?
But wait.
How about these outfits? Aren’t they gorgeous?
See, they don’t need a bra.
So, in summary, no bra, no problem, capisce?”

A mans what?

“I have some good news: Male attractiveness is far more contextual and malleable than female attractiveness, so there are more ways in which a man who is not genetically-gifted can raise his desirability, by making different choices.

Let’s focus on three fixes, in order of how quickly you realize returns on time investment.

1. Let’s start with something that is the most easily-fixed:

Are you reading this on a computer or cell phone? Of course you are. Freeze – don’t move just because you’re reading this, but what is your posture right now?

 Admit it: this is how you look/positioned right now.

Are you at least partially hunched over? It’s almost a certainty – nearly everyone has bad posture and it is exacerbated by our constantly online/digital life.

Being regularly slumped/hunched-over visits a cluster of cascading bad consequences to your life, including negative impact on your long-term spinal health. For now, let’s focus on appearances:

Want to look better in seconds? Straighten up your body.

For those of you more visually-oriented, imagine you’re a puppet with a string attached to the top of your head. The puppeteer who is controlling “you” pulls gently until your feet are barely grazing the floor – that’s the correct position for both health as well as maximizing your own height and personal presence. And since most people (including handsomer men than you) have bad posture, you can easily set yourself apart and place yourself in the top 10 percent of men in most rooms, just by the act of maintaining a good posture.

Are you sitting or standing straighter as a result of reading the last paragraphs? We don’t know each other, yet I just improved your looks buy a couple of points.

You’re welcome.

2. Weight Lifting

The human body is a remarkable machine – the harder you work it, the more beautiful it becomes. You don’t need to commit to a hardcore bodybuilder schedule to reap the benefits – two to three times a week of weights that push you to muscle failure after 5~10 repetitions will be sufficient.

Newbie men tend to fixate on upper body, but the real benefits come when you incorporate deadlifts, squats and lower-body training to your regimen – a strong core and well-developed glutes/legs will help you default to a healthy posture (as mentioned in 1. above) and you will “catch” yourself less frequently in a bad slouching posture if you are regularly lifting and pushing your muscles and training them to failure on a regular basis.

The further to the right you go on this gradient, the better your life gets.

Once you develop a decent level of musculature, you will realize an awesome passive benefit: muscle consume more calories, and so a more-muscular “you” has a baseline metabolism at a much higher level, so even while you’re resting, you’re going to burn more fat than a sedentary version of you.

Weightlifting – the gift that keeps on giving!

3. Cultivate/Amplify/Develop Gender-Atypical Interests & Hobbies

As a guy, have you had the experience of being in a stereotypically-male environment (gun range, mixed-martial arts dojo, sports-car track-day event, video game tournament, etc.) and see a woman show up alone, and with her own gear to participate (i.e. she’s not the +1 girlfriend of some guy, who dragged her there)?

If you’re like me, your reaction is probably some variant of “OMG, that is so awesome, I need to meet/know more about her!”

Jessica is a Swedish sports car enthusiast who owns and races a modified Porsche 911 Turbo (997 variant), and crushes very impressive lap times; she almost certainly can outdrive you. Yes, those are three pedals you see there – she drives a stick-shift. Line form that way, fellas. There are thousands of Porsche enthusiasts who want to marry her ahead of you.

Whatever level of attractiveness she commands is amplified by a factor of ten – her rarity in an arena that is stereotypically and overwhelmingly male raises the social-currency value of her existing beauty by a massive multiplier.

That’s great for her, but what does all that mean to you?

Be the male version of Porsche-racing Jessica.

Sure, you’re into mixed-martial arts, video games, fast cars, sports and shooting guns. So is every other guy.

Don’t give up your hobbies, but take some time to feel out activities that you can genuinely enjoy, that most men don’t take the initiative to explore.

Salsa dancing. Poetry slams. Book-reading clubs. Cooking classes. Wine-tasting tours.

Me, I have a little dog and the small-dog meetups are basically filled with dog-loving young women and gay men. Nearly zero competition.

As the lone (or minority) male in an otherwise female-dominated arena, your contextual attractiveness skyrockets, and if you can talk intelligently about the subject matter (i.e. you’re not there just to meet girls), you set yourself far, far apart from your male competitors (who fill their days playing video games/shooting guns/racing cars with each other, while complaining about how they can’t meet any women).

Good luck.

And by the time you’re reading this sentence, many of you are back to your default slouch so I will repeat the advice I gave at the top:

Sit up straight! 😀 ”

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Dating In America

   When is a date a date? When is dating fun? When is a date a date? There are a lot of questions about dating that may have many answers. Dating is fun when all of those on the date are enjoying themselves. The fun of a date starts when the first bell rings by the daters. It may be a silent bell that only those on the date hear. New friends may enjoy the same things and the place to go on the date is known only to those that are on the date. Dates become fun when so many things take place. I have enjoyed the fun of dating in the summer time. Because I enjoy warm weather, my date usually  likes warm weather events too. I am not the best swimmer but I enjoy swimming a lot. Being in water during warm summer days makes for a lot of fun. Many people love colder weather and they might choose to do something while the weather is cold. What kind of weather do you enjoy dating in?

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