Ask Dangerous Lee: How Risky Are Blow Jobs?

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Q: How risky are BJs (blow jobs) ? Like if I were to do it, how can I make sure I don’t catch anything?

– Anonymous

A: Unprotected BJs are very risky. It’s best to use a flavored condom for protection. If you have unprotected oral sex, don’t swallow. Be sure to check the goods before you put your mouth on it, protected or otherwise.

Oral sex presents the lowest risk, but it’s still risky.

Anal is the most dangerous form of unprotected sex and then vaginal. If you allow him to cum in your mouth don’t hold it in, spit it out immediately. Also, don’t brush your teeth before or immediately after.

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Ask Dangerous Lee: I really like this boy but he’s 16 and I’m only 12

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Name: Kaylean
Question: I really like this boy and he’s 16 and I’m only 12 and a half. I have known this boy for 5 years and I never really seen him as a boyfriend until now. I asked him if he liked me and he said yes, but he wants to wait until we’re older, but I really don’t want to wait. What do I do?!
Location: Mars

What’s the rush?

Wait! It’s best.

You’re 12, a child. Enjoy his company, learn more about yourself and grow up. The fact that he as a 16 year old is telling you that he wants to wait is a blessing and it also means he’s respecting you and himself. You have all your life to “be with” a boy/man. Also, talk to your mom about this, sweetie. She really is the person that you should go to for help and advice on things like this. If not your mom some other adult female you trust.

Ask Dangerous Lee: Should Christians (sanctified people) date?

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Q: Should Christians (sanctified people) date?

Tamara, Chicago

A: I don’t know what in the world would make you ask ME this question, but of course Christians should date and then of course later marry! How else are you going to create other little Christians? Eve was the only immaculate conception that I can ever recall hearing about.

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Ask Dangerous Lee: What are the 8 mistakes not to make on your online dating profile?

Q: What are the 8 mistakes not to make on your online dating profile?

Chad Stone, New Mexico

A: There are approximately 8 mistakes? You asked a question that implies you already know the answer, so I won’t waste my talents answering. However, answer me this; what is the #1 mistake you’ll regret making with Dangerous Lee?

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Ask Dangerous Lee: I have a huge crush on Benedict Cumberbatch and I haven't a clue why…

Q:I have a huge crush on Benedict Cumberbatch and I haven’t a clue as to why. I am 61 years old. I understand the age difference and even age-appropriate Sir Paul McCartney keeps getting married and never answers my letters. On a scale of one to ten what are  my chances of dating Sherlock Holmes? Seriously, I go faint and numb just watching the PBS “Sherlock” reruns…of course that might be my medications inteacting, but it feels like love or at least late-life lust. I thought I’d be much more reasonable at this age, but nooooooo!

Sally Franz

Portland, Oregon

Benedict Cumberbatch

A: I had to Google Benedict to find out who he was and I must say I have no idea why you’re attracted to him either because he is a funny looking fella, but hey whatever floats your boat. Be happy that at 61 you still get sexually aroused. Your chances are slim to none of dating Benedict, but that’s cool too! You’re a certified Cougar and I hope I’m like you in 30 more years. Now go out there and get under or on top of someone. Don’t forget to practice safe sex 😉

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Ask Dangerous Lee – How do you tell someone you have an STD?

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Q: How do you tell someone that you have an STD?

Three Girls and a Mic

A: First, if you have an STD please seek medical help. Some STDs are curable and others are treatable. If you’re walking around with a curable STD, something is definitely wrong with you and you don’t deserve to have sex.

Telling a partner that you have an sexually transmitted disease is not an easy thing to do, but before you participate in any type of sexual act you MUST tell the person or people you plan to be intimate with. If you don’t inform your partner(s) and you infect them you could spend some time in jail. The law on this varies from place to place. However, regardless of possible jail time it is your responsibility as a decent human being to inform your possible sex partners about your STD status.

How to do it is to pick the right place and time. Don’t blurt it out during a first date unless the topic of sex comes up in conversation. I think it would be better to discuss any topics about sex in private face to face conversation. You stand a large chance of not becoming intimate with the person because of your STD status, but at least you are honest and your karma is in place.

It’s also a good idea to educate yourself on the STD that you’re infected with because your partner may have questions, such as, “If we have protected sex is there a high risk that I will be infected?”.  Don’t you want to know the answer?

Finally, while you’re being honest, be sure to ask your partner if they have or have ever had a sexually transmitted disease. Asking first and getting their reaction may also be a great way to break the ice about your own STD status.

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Ask Dangerous Lee: Do you believe that Blue Ivy is Beyonce and Jay-Z’s biological child?


Q: Do you believe that Blue Ivy is Beyonce and Jay-Z’s biological child?

Erica S.

Brooklyn, NY

A: My short answer is…YES, of course! My long opinion is this: Anyone who believes that Beyonce had a surrogate to carry her child and that Blue Ivy is not Beyonce and Jay-Z’s biological child is ignorant as hell! An image of Beyonce in a swim suit while she was pregnant was featured at DangerousLee.Biz and you can clearly see her exposed baby bump. Also, when looking at images of Blue Ivy I see the face of Solange’s son, Juelz.

Blue Ivy is a healthy dose of both of her biological parents, Beyonce and Jay-Z. Yes, she is light skinned (I mention this because ignorant people use her skin tone to prove their theory) but so is Beyonce, and ummm Jay-Z is not the darkest crayon in the box. I also believe that Jay-Z has family from the Islands, so like Beyonce he also has a mixed heritage…as most of us in America do!

I am sick and tired of people with the belief that Black people have to literally be black as tar to be Black. Wake up! Start by reading my three part article The Half Series: When Black People Look White. It was written two years ago, but continues to be relevant and unfortunately I believe it always will be.

Until next time, Keep it Dangerous!

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Ask Dangerous Lee – Would you have sex on a first date?

Q: Would you have sex on a first date?

Charles E.

Flint, MI

A: I never have, but that’s not to say that I never would. I think sex on the first date is okay as long as the people having sex are mature, honest, and have discussed what type of relationship they want to have after the initial sexcapade is over. So if I do have sex with someone on a first date that doesn’t mean that I would have sex on a first date with every man. Some people click sexually right off the bat, others do not. I also hope that before the first date that they have taken the time to get to know each other by having intimate conversations and spending time with each other casually.

In my opinion, the most important thing is that people are having safe sex. We are sexual beings and having sex is normal, contrary to some beliefs. However, there are many bad things that can come from good sex, such as, unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases like syphilis, gonorrhea, and HIV.

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Ask Dangerous Lee: Do you think Black History Month is necessary?

Q: Do you think Black History Month is necessary?

Eric S.

Chicago, IL

A: Of course it is. I am always baffled by this question and by those, especially Black people, that think we have come far enough to ignore our history. Yes, Black history is American history, but so much of our history is not included in American history books. And, yes we should celebrate Black history all year long, but we don’t celebrate anything all year long. As a Black American, I think I uphold Black history by working my way to being a successful business person.

The problem I have with celebrating Black history is that we only seem to focus on people like Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. There are many present day under the radar figures that should be celebrated during Black History Month, and during February I make sure to highlight many of them at DangerousLee.Biz.

Celebrating Black history is a beautiful thing, so I think those that are against it are trying to assimilate which is something that I can only SMH about. Also, we must further educate ourselves to learn that in March we celebrate Irish-American Heritage as well as Women’s History. Should Irish Americans and women not be celebrated? Regardless of your answer, both will have their time to shine at DangerousLee.Biz.

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Ask Dangerous Lee – What do you think about the Chris Brown and Rihanna musical collaborations?

Q: What do you think about the Chris Brown and Rihanna musical collaborations?

Shana T.

Detroit, MI

A: I have not heard either track and I really don’t care to listen, but I think that those two have made amends and appearing on each others track is a way to show that they respect each other musically, but, and this is a big but…Rihanna gives up a little bit of her dignity in the process because it makes Chris Brown look good, but it makes Rihanna look like a fool.  I think it’s also an attempt to tell the world to get over it because they have. They’re like the Ike and Tina of our generation.

We also must not forget that celebrities do most things to make money and get attention. This situation is no different. I think Chris Brown is a young man of horrible character and that he needs to focus on working on his temper and attitude instead of his next Michael Jackson inspired dance move or wack techno club laced track. His actions in the media and on Twitter since beating up Rihanna have proved that he is “off” a tad bit. If he wants everyone to forgive and forget what happened he needs to clean up his act, but instead he chooses to act like an ass. He’s a man that beat up a woman and that’s something that leaves a bad taste in many peoples mouth. For many it is unforgivable and unforgettable.

Of course, all the Chris Brown stans love him and have even publicly and ignorantly stated that they would let Chris Brown beat them up just to spend time with him. There are so many desperate, sad, and sick young women that support him, which says a lot about their priorities and what they are willing to put up with in a relationship with a man. However, girls liking the Bad Boy is nothing new. For me, Chris Brown can kick rocks and kiss my ass. I’ve never been impressed with him musically or otherwise. He’s not even on my radar.

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