Q & A with Alan Roger Currie The King of Verbal Seduction

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Dangerous Lee:  Alan, what is the title of your next audiobook and when is it scheduled to be released?

Alan Roger Currie: The title of my third audiobook is Oooooh . . . Say it Again: Mastering the Fine Art of Verbal Seduction and Aural Sex.  It is scheduled to be released on Amazon.com and Audible.com sometime between Monday, February 16, 2015 and Friday, February 20, 2015.

Dangerous Lee:  I did a Q & A with you back in 2012 about the paperback version of this same book, right?

Alan Roger Currie:  Yes, you sure did Dangerous!  And I thank you for that. Actually, the paperback version of Oooooh . . . Say it Again was my best-selling paperback title between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2014.

My other title, Mode One: Let the Women Know What You’re REALLY Thinking is my best-selling eBook as well as my best-selling audiobook at the moment.

Dangerous Lee: Not looking for credit per se, but didn’t I help motivate you to write that book? 

Alan Roger Currie: (laughs) Yes, you actually did Dangerous, although I later changed the content.

You, along with a handful of other women I know, had suggested to me way back in 2009 or 2010 that I should write a book that chronicled a lot of my hot, kinky phone sex experiences with women. 

But instead of focusing solely and specifically on my past phone sex experiences with women, I ended up writing a book that was about the whole concept of helping men develop strong ‘verbal game’ and verbal seduction skills with women.

Dangerous Lee:  How many women would you estimate that you have had phone sex with?

Alan Roger Currie:  Since 1992, which was probably the first calendar year that I really got into having phone sex with women, up until now I would estimate that I have had phone sex with about 1,700 women.

What is even more interesting, is that a significant percentage of those women have actually paid me money for regular and semi-regular episodes of phone sex.

For a period of time, I actually operated as somewhat of a “Phone Sex Gigolo” for women. Having women pay me for phone sex was almost like a part-time job for me between roughly 2003 and 2009.

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Dangerous Lee: Why do you love phone sex so much? Do you love phone sex more than actual physical intimacy? Or do you love both erotic activities equally?

Alan Roger Currie: I have had phone sex with far more women than I have had physical sex with, but I love actual intercourse and oral sex with women more. 

I started gravitating toward phone sex around the time when NBA basketball legend Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson announced that he had tested positive for the HIV virus.

After Johnson’s announcement, I became very reluctant to indulge in a high amount of unprotected casual intercourse with women.  I hate condoms.  Absolutely hate them. But I was mature enough to realize that I have to wear them if I am going to engage in short-term non-monogamous intercourse with multiple partners. 

Dangerous Lee:  When did you first earn the nickname, ‘The King of Verbal Seduction?’

Alan Roger Currie:  I’ve been given so many nicknames by women over the years, it’s not even funny. 

Dangerous, even you once referred to me as ‘The King of Seducing Women into Phone Sex.’  A former lover of mine and two of her girlfriends started calling me ‘The King of Verbal Seduction’ back in the 1990s when I was living in Los Angeles.

They were impressed with my ability to seduce women into having sex with me the same day I met them as well as my ability to overcome many women’s negative reactions and harsh criticisms to my bold, straightforward, erotically explicit approach and end up having sex with those same women who had initially behaved as if I was turning them off and had insulted them and offended them. 

In my audiobook, I refer to women of that nature as “Wholesome Pretenders.”  These women will initially have a very adverse and prudish reaction to a man who is attempting to persuade them into engaging in short-term and/or non-monogamous ‘casual’ sex, but eventually, they will give in to that man’s sexual desires and requests.

Dangerous Lee:  Why do you think so many women in society behave like ‘Wholesome Pretenders?’

Alan Roger Currie: Because organized religion and other factions in society have led most women to believe that the only way they will be able to attract a husband or a long-term boyfriend is if they present themselves to men as ‘prudish, monogamy-minded good girls.’ So consequently, many women become sexually duplicitous in their behavior.

Dangerous Lee:  Any advice for freelance writers and self-employed authors?

Alan Roger Currie:  Always keep writing.  Write, write, re-write, and write some more.  I have now been a self-employed, self-sufficient author, public speaker, and professional dating coach for roughly 25 months now.  Write about what you’re truly passionate about.  Don’t wait for opportunities. Create them for yourself.

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An Interview With A Rare Breed – A Female Game Designer

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Myra Hissami

Explain the kind of games you design.

I create minimalist flat games usually with a simple game play. Those are usually the most fun.

Who are some of your clients?

I’ve worked with a variety of creative entrepreneurs. I spend most of my time, however, creating my own games.

If someone wanted to have a game created to enhance their brand, how much should they expect to spend?

As far as user interface, user experience, and illustrations go, games can cost anywhere from 2k-15k or more depending on the complexity of the game. I’ve seen bootstrapping entrepreneurs spend less, but the meager quality usually shows.

Is game design a natural progression for you as an artist?

It definitely is. I started illustrating as a child and eventually started dabbling into graphic design as a teenager. I always enjoyed digitally creating graphics and illustrations. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I decided to solely design iOS games. Designing and illustrating games is by far the most exciting creative medium. To bring an abstract idea to life and watch people play your game is one of the most exhilarating things to witness.

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Are women really a rarity in the industry?

I still have yet to collaborate with a female game designer/coder. It indeed is a rarity and it’s unfortunate. I would love to see more females creating original iOS games.

Would you encourage more women to enter the field?

Absolutely! It will diversify the market and bring forth some interesting games for us to play.

If you were to create a Dangerous Lee game, what would it look like?

It would be intense, fiery, and simple. I would imagine it having various orange and yellow tones, mainly saturated with minimalist shapes. The underlying objective of the game would be to keep the player on the edge of his or her seat the entire time. It would be dangerous, that’s for sure!

www.myrahissami.com

Alan Roger Currie says – Let Women Know What Your Sexual Desires REALLY Are

Being ‘Mode One’: Let the Women Know What Your Sexual Desires & Interests REALLY Are

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Author and Professional Dating Coach, Alan Roger Currie, will be releasing the audiobook version of his popular self-help book for men, ‘Mode One: Let the Women Know What You’re REALLY Thinking’.

Men and women can listen to the audiobook for FREE if they sign up for a no-obligation 30-Day Trial Membership with Audible.com, the audiobook division of Amazon.com

Dangerous Lee: What is ‘Mode One’ behavior?

Author Alan Roger Currie: ‘Mode One’ represents a certain style of verbal interpersonal communication. In my book, ‘Mode One: Let the Women Know What You’re REALLY Thinking,’ I discuss what I refer to as the ‘Four Modes of Verbal Communication’ that all single heterosexual men use when conversing with a woman of interest.

Dangerous Lee: Using four or five adjectives, can you briefly describe all four modes?

Author Alan Roger Currie: Mode One – Confident, Upfront, Specific, Honest, Straight-to-the-point; Mode Two – Cautious, Polite, Flattering, Vague, Ambiguous; Mode Three – Dishonest, Disingenuous, Manipulative, Misleading, Timid; Mode Four – Angry, Bitter, Hateful, Misogynistic, Resentful

Dangerous Lee: It seems pretty obvious why a man would choose the ‘Mode One’ communication style over both the ‘Mode Three’ and ‘Mode Four’ communication styles, but what makes ‘Mode One’ style of communication significantly better than a ‘Mode Two’ style? Some people might consider ‘Mode One’ to be too blunt or too forward. Right?

Author Alan Roger Currie: So. Is it ‘too forward’ to tell a waiter or waitress, “I do not want any salt on my potatoes”? What about going up to a gas station attendant and saying, “I want twenty dollars on Pump #7.”? Damn, that is really, really blunt and forward.

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Dangerous Lee: Okay, I get your point (laughs). I have heard you mention on your talk radio show that because of your Mode One communication style, you have had sex with women only a few minutes after meeting them. True?

Author Alan Roger Currie: Yes.

Dangerous Lee: What’s the quickest you have had sex with a woman after first making her acquaintance?

Author Alan Roger Currie: Approximately ten-to-fifteen minutes after we first met.

Dangerous Lee: Really? What is so special about your Mode One style of verbal communication that gets women aroused so quickly?

Author Alan Roger Currie: Being rebellious. This is why many women adore ‘Bad Boy’ types as opposed to ‘Nice Guy’ types. A ‘bad boy’ is one whose behavior represents the attitude of, “I refuse to act the way your mommy and daddy probably told you that ‘polite gentlemen’ should act.

I am going to say what I really want to say in the exact manner that I want to say it.” On the other hand, ‘Nice Guy’ types go out of their way to try to say all of the typical flattering and polite things that they think women want to hear.

The thing is, deep down, both the ‘Bad Boy’ and the ‘Nice Guy’ have the same exact desire to date women and have sex with them. It’s just that Bad Boys are more upfront and straightforward about their desires and interests. Nice Guys feel more compelled to ‘beat-around-the-bush’ because they are too afraid of being labeled a ‘jerk’ or an ‘a**hole.’ Bad Boys don’t care about subjective labels and petty criticisms.

Dangerous Lee: So being Mode One is all about behaving like a ‘Bad Boy?’

Author Alan Roger Currie: Yes . . . and no. I never encourage men to specifically exhibit the behavior of a “jerk” or an “a**hole” with women, but I do tell men to do at least three things that will naturally cause women to perceive them as more of an intriguing ‘Bad Boy’ type than a boring, predictable ‘Nice Guy’ type.

Dangerous Lee: What are those three things?

Author Alan Roger Currie: You’ll have to listen to the audiobook.

Dangerous Lee: So Elliot Rodger, the young guy who killed those people in Santa Barbra, California earlier this year was in a Mode Four state of mind? Correct?

Author Alan Roger Currie: Exactly. Also George Sodini in 2009. My mission is to prevent as many single heterosexual men from transitioning into Mode Three Behavior and Mode Four Behavior. Nothing good comes out of either form of Behavior. Even Mode Two has a lot of negative effects on a man’s psyche in the long run. If nothing else, he becomes too consumed with trying to be the man he believes other people want him to be instead of just being himself.

Dangerous Lee: So I can listen to the audiobook version of ‘Mode One’ for free? How?

Author Alan Roger Currie: Anyone who signs up for a 30-Day Trial Membership with Audible.com can download and listen to the ‘Mode One’ audiobook for free, with no obligation, as long as ‘Mode One’ is the very first book they download from Audible.com. If the person already has a membership with Audible.com, then the offer to download it for free does not apply.

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Dangerous Lee Interviews Comedian – Kris Shaw

Kris Shaw

Dangerous Lee interviews Kris Shaw, a fan favorite who tours comedy clubs, colleges and events all across the United States and Canada. He has entertained troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia and Africa. Kris also appears in national television commercials and had a recurring extra role on the CBS drama “Close To Home”.

Your Facebook page is listed under “Dready Murphy”, what do you think about Eddie Murphy?

I like Eddie Murphy. He’s one of the most brilliant modern pioneer story tellers. He raised the bar for the current comedians. From there was born Chris Rock and so on.

 

Who laughs at your jokes the hardest, Black people or White people?

That’s a very interesting question. There’s no specific color that laughs at my jokes. I think that people get that my funny is different. It’s not the typical stuff that most comics are doing. That’s what I like about it; there’s no color barrier.

 

How do you use your dreads?

Haha. I love my dreads. A lot of the time, if I’m bored I like to take stupid pictures to make faces with them. Sometimes if I’m on the plane, I’ll use them as “mini blinds” to cover my face while I sleep.

 

Is there anything that you absolutely won’t make a joke about?

I don’t care for jokes about harming babies or rape. I don’t think that comics that cover those topics have ever been a part of such a sensitive issue. If they have kids, they wouldn’t do those jokes and if they personally knew someone that was molested, then it would be the furthest thing from their mind to joke about.

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Is every day Steak & Blowjobs Day or is it a special occasion?

I think everyday should be a Steak & Blowjob Day. Life is too short to just make it annual.

 

Are people in L.A. as fake as they are rumored to be?

I believe people all over the country are fake. In LA, you just tend to have a bigger melting pot of fakeness. It’s where people go to try and make their dreams come true. It’s also where a lot of dreams end. I can see thru it all just like anywhere else in the country so it really doesn’t bother me as much. I expect it.

www.KrisShaw.com


Music Spotlight: A Conversation About Gay Pride With Odd Hours

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Tim and Natasha of Odd Hours

Natasha and Tim of Odd Hours are some talented mofos (besides music).

Tim is responsible for the photography of my book, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down.

Natasha is the director of Tunde Olaniran’s bad ass music video, Cobra; which I have a role in 😉

Their trashy art rock group, Odd Hours, will be performing live Saturday, June 29th during Flint’s Pride In The Park celebration.

I got their take on Gay Pride and Gay Icons.

Check it out…


What does Gay Pride mean to you?

NATASHA: For me, Gay Pride highlights and helps expand equality for everyone and hopefully reinforces the beautiful breakdown of ugly gender stereotypes. I hope that one day all people will realize that our bodies are only here for us to walk around in- they have nothing to do with our minds, hearts, or souls.

TIM: Really, I think it boils down to lending a sense of normalcy to a lifestyle that can be seen as ‘alternative’ to some. I think Gay Pride is the first thing that has to happen on the way to losing that ‘alternative lifestyle’ label, among others.

Name a Gay icon that influences you!

NATASHA: I love how powerful and absolutely terrifying Grace Jones is. Whatever wave she’s floating on is where I want to be when I’m on stage — super focused and strong. She inspires me to push myself past my comfort zone when it comes to fashion and my body.

Who is your gay/lesbian celebrity crush?

NATASHA: I don’t have celeb crushes. I only have crushes on people I can kiss in real life.

TIM: Do you mean they are gay/ lesbian, or a crush I have on a gay or lesbian person? Closest I can think of is Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney and Portlandia. Hilarious, and badass singer/ guitarist, and also adorable.

What’s the oddest thing about Odd Hours as a band?

NATASHA: It’s odd that we can transition so nicely from our organized professional day lives to a dirty, sweaty, sexy mess that we become on stage — but I guess being organized is sexy too.

TIM: This is completely true. I’ve gone directly from reporting on a school board meeting for my job as a reporter with shirt, tie and everything, to throwing my clothes off, and setting up on stage for a show an hour later.

Besides music, how do you express your art and creativity?

NATASHA:  I’m a video artist. Images are just as important in my life as sound. I teach video production and animation and I also co-own a video production company, called Gold House.

TIM: I’m a photographer, writer and I also do documentary work. I did a documentary in Benghazi, Libya. Now I’m working on one from Appalachia, and the Michigan State Police.

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Odd Hours (OH) is a four-piece post-punk rock band based in Detroit. Formed in 2010, OH has played major Detroit festivals and released two EPs, which can be heard on oddhoursmusic.com. The OH line-up has been fleshed out with the addition of Clint Stuart on bass guitar, and Randy Hanley Jr. on drums. Leading the band are Natasha Beste on vocals and keyboard, and Tim Jagielo on guitar.

(The drummer in the video is Hakeem Ouhammou. He filled in for two shows while Hanley began to learn the songs.)


Myra Hissami – Creating Original Art With Swarovski Crystals & Gore

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How do you create your art?

I actually invented my own mixed media art form where I combine digital art, physical mediums for embellishing and jewels all on giclée canvas to create something innovative, fun, and eye-grabbing. Most of my creations are initially drawn digitally with my Wacom Intuos4 tablet. The digital works are then printed on giclée canvas and wrapped over a wood frame.

Then the fun part begins: I hand-embellish each piece with clear gesso, string gel, heavy gel, acrylic paints, colored inks, and other mediums with various brushes and tools. I essentially paint my artworks twice by first digitally painting them from scratch on Photoshop and again with physical mediums. 

Lastly, I encrust my artworks with a variety of jewels including Swarovski crystals, diamonds, rubies, etc. to give them that final sparkle and magic touch. This is the part of the creation that usually makes people smile when they view the final piece.

What was the first piece of artwork you sold?

I sold my first piece to a good friend and it was then that I realized what I created had value.

Which of your paintings is your favorite?

“Zombie Chaplin” is my favorite for many reasons. For one, Chaplin has been someone I’ve looked up to as an artist and creator since I was a child. He was a perfectionist and he took his craft seriously. I decided to take a bit of a morbid approach with this piece, considering that I’m drawn to zombies, monsters, and horror in general.

I also love the “Diamond Series” version of “Zombie Chaplin” since the piece is beautifully decorated with Swarovski crystals despite its horrific nature..

In your opinion, how should art be priced?

That is a relative question. Sometimes the simplest art pieces are highly priced for a variety of reasons. I personally think art should be priced based on how it makes an individual feel. If an art piece evokes a certain feeling in a person, it becomes that much more valuable.

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Do you make a living as an artist? How?

Yes, I make a living with this new art form I’ve created. It has sparked interest in people since it is different and people generally are drawn to new and creative things.

You’re a huge Michael Jackson fan, like me! How has he influenced you?

Michael Jackson is my biggest source of inspiration to this day. I grew up dissecting him as an artist. He was an innovator as an artist and perfected every aspect of his art – from every dance step, lyrics, vocal arrangements, video creations and even his use of wardrobe and props. His imagination was out of this world.

To see him so enthusiastic, passionate, focused, and so attentive to detail in every aspect of his work was always very inspirational to me.

Where can we see and buy your work?

My artwork can be seen at my website at www.myrahissami.com. I’m releasing a limited series of all my paintings – an “Embellished Series” & “Diamond Series” where each art piece is signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity. They can be purchased directly through me via my email at mhissami@gmail.com.

Dangerous Lee Interviews Tamika Newhouse – Founder of Delphine Publications

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Attention single mothers who think they can’t live their dreams; Tamika Newhouse became a single mother as a teen and is now a best-selling, award winning, self published author and the founder of a highly successful book publishing company, Delphine Publications.

She is also the CEO of Obsessive Soul Media with plans for short films, stage plays and much more.

She has been featured in Uptown Magazine, Essence, Juicy Magazine, Vibe Vixen Magazine, and now here at DangerousLee.biz!


In a recent letter written to your younger self published on your website, The Passionate Spot, you mention that you have a hard time relating to people. Why is that?

I am a unique person; I lack the desire to want to be in crowds and within groups. Naturally I am a loner and choose to be a home body. The simple life is me. So I lack the skills sometimes to interact with others thus I don’t relate to them as I should.

You moved from Forth Wort to Atlanta, a city known as Little Hollywood; do you see California as a future home?

Absolutely not. Not only am I going to return to Texas one day and be bi-coastal but California is expensive. I like Atlanta because it’s still the south but I choose to live in the suburbs of Atlanta because the city itself is too crowded and full of a lot of fake people.

You’ve been very open about your past weight issues, what type of health and fitness routine do you follow? You look great!

I now eat every three hours or so in small portions and I am in the gym 3-4 times a week. I had the desire to lose weight so that I could have better odds of living a longer life. I did a drastic change in my life, hence I had a life style change not a diet.

You recently tweeted that you’re working on titles to be released in 2014. What type of writers/books catch the attention of Delphine Publications?

I like to look at hungry artists. Ones who don’t mind be taught the business and how to brand themselves. I am looking for novels that reflect black readers currently.

Have you experienced any downsides of receiving a certain level of success and notoriety?

Absolutely I have. My level of success brings a lot of hate and sometimes stalkers. I have been threatened or stalked before due to my public figure platform. I have also been talked about negatively from my peers. I shake all of the negativity off because in the end their opinions do not determine my future. God does. I use it as motivation.

Many women, including myself, are looking for revenue to further promote their business and brand. Did you receive any type of grants along the way?

No ma’am, I simply work hard at every dime that comes into Delphine. The investment I have put into myself for years has now come back tenfold. If you do lack the resources to do what you desire fundraisers and donation campaigns for a particular project are always ideal.

Tell us about your new release, Cookie Too:

Cookie Too is a story based on the life of a young woman who is the sister to the character of Cookie in the first book. It details the story of a young girl who did whatever she could illegally to be loved by any man who would accept her. It gives an example to young women on what not to do.

What is the future for Delphine Publications and Tamika as a person?

We are building onto our roaster of authors and have numerous titles set to release once a month of a next several months. We also will be touring the country hitting major cities like Cincinnati, Chicago, Atlanta, New Orleans, Charlotte, Miami, and more.

Twitter @TamikaNewhouse

Instagram @BossLadyTamika

www.TamikaNewhouse.com

Tunde Olaniran: Is He Gay? Why Do You Care?

Tunde Olaniran

Tunde Olaniran

“Weird, soulful, old school, catchy, uplifting. All of these words have been used by listeners to describe Tunde’s style. One moment, a chorus of vocals soar over a sitar raga, the next, he sings quietly over a spare Casio keyboard, 808, and gulping tablas. Armed with a strange, wonderful new sound, solid vocals, and commanding stage presence, Tunde is prepared to share his music with the world.”

Many people also use the word “gay” to describe Tunde. Why is it that a gay man is only thought to be one way, feminine or androgynous? Why is it that a straight man is only seen as one way, butch or thuggish? Would people be worried about Tunde’s sexuality if he were a White man?

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Dangerous Lee at Tunde’s Cobra music video premiere in March 2010.

I HAD TO ASK THE QUESTION:

Dangerous: Many times I am often asked by others in the community, “What’s up with your boy, Tunde? Is he gay?” Do you have to deal with people questioning your sexuality often? If so, how do you react?

Side note: Before I knew the answer to this question, I would simply answer that I did not know, but I would inquire why they asked or why they cared. Basically it was Black men or other men of color who have asked. They respect Tunde’s talent but felt that his style of dress and overall demeanor was not typical of what they were used to as far as straight men are concerned.

When I learned the answer to the question, I would further explain that he’s an artist, as an artist myself I am often misjudged or misunderstood and I often find that people do not “get me” at all. A persons sexuality is a non factor to me. Tunde is an awesome person and  that’s all I care about in anyone.

 OK, ON TO TUNDE’S RESPONSE…

Tunde Olaniran

Tunde: It’s interesting because people pretty much make up their minds without ever directly asking me. It’s not really a “question” for them as much as it’s like them being sure already! It’s very rare that someone asks me.

So, even though there might not really be a point because people think what they want to think, I’ll answer the inferred question: I’m a weird, androgynous heterosexual (lol). I express my “gender” and “race” in a way that’s atypical, or queer. I don’t mean queer as in “gay;” I mean queer as in just really freaking strange or odd from a conventional viewpoint. In terms of my personal practices/preferences, I don’t have/want same-sex romantic or physical relationships.

In some ways, people assuming I’m gay helps me know *their* true colors more than anything else. If they assume I’m gay and treat me well, then I know they are probably good people! The funniest part is when I’ve had to “come out” to LGBTQ friends as heterosexual; or guys have asked my gay friends if I’m gay because they want to ask me out!

All in all, I don’t have an issue with questions about my sexuality. As long as someone’s uncertainty doesn’t stop them from treating me with respect, then I’m good.

TundeOlaniran.com

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AIDS Activist Hydeia Broadbent Reviews “The Safe Sex Kit” from ‘Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down’

Hydeia as a child

Hydeia as a child

At birth, Hydeia Broadbent was abandoned at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas where Patricia and Loren Broadbent adopted her as an infant. Although her HIV condition was congenital, she was not diagnosed as HIV-positive with advancement to AIDS until age three.

The prognosis was that she would not live past the age of five and as a result became the “test baby” for HIV/AIDS medications, which are currently on the market today. Needless to say, this “test baby” has defied the odds by more than 16 years, which is valid proof that HIV/AIDS is no longer a death sentence.

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Dangerous Lee is very honored to have Hydeia Broadbent be the first to read and review short story, “The Safe Sex Kit”,  from her upcoming book release “Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down”.

“I think the story is good! I think it might help a lot but maybe you should make two versions because some Black men or men period might not take to it because the man in the story was also with a man so they might think this does not apply to them.” Hydeia says.

Dangerous Lee has no intention of changing or making two versions of the story. If a man is uncomfortable with the thought of a man sleeping with another man that’s his problem and quite frankly if he thinks that he is not at risk for HIV if he doesn’t sleep with men, he is a fool!

Check out more of Hydeia’s thoughts on “The Safe Sex Kit”

(contains spoilers):

– How did the story make you feel?

I think it would help more people think about HIV/AIDS and STDs in their sexual relationships and also think about practicing safer sexual activities.

-Was it realistic?

Yes, I believe someone could go to a workshop and learn and worry about their own sexual past. I believe it will make some people but not everyone practice safe sex. If it was me I am not sure I could handle the part where he stated he has been with a man.

-What was your favorite part?

The part where he set up the house to teach her about safe sex.

-What didn’t you like?

It was all good to me.

-Do you think the general public will enjoy this type of erotica?

Yes, I think it will be an eye opener and make people think about getting an HIV test and being safer and maybe want to become more open with their sexual partner(s).

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