I filmed the pilot episode of Sex, Love & Laughter today and I am very glad it’s over! I am very critical of myself, so being on camera is a challenge. I also hate learning dialogue and the fact that I’ve been running sentences in my mind over and over and over all week in an attempt to memorize them and deliver them with my own spin took its toll on me. However, I rarely had to do more than three takes during filming and the entire crew, including those who I interviewed, were very sweet and accommodating.
I’ve faced another fear/challenge and I came out on the winning end. If the series gets picked up I will be hosting very often, so I guess I better keep on Keeping it Dangerous 😉 Wish us luck!
The Sex, Love & Laughter stage!
365 Days of Dangermas: Day 128 – Pumping The Brakes (dangerouslee.biz)
365 Days of Dangermas: Day 126 – No Head Wraps For Me (dangerouslee.biz)
365 Days of Dangermas: Day 122 – I Scream For Ice Cream! (dangerouslee.biz)
365 Days of Dangermas: Day 121 – Alcohol By Fed Ex (dangerouslee.biz)
365 Days of Dangermas: Day 120 – I Baked a Casserole (dangerouslee.biz)
Piggybacking off the above image; when those three or four come along they aren’t worth the ride. I haven’t been in a serious relationship in over ten years and I have yet to meet a man that would make me want to be in a relationship in those ten years. When I have met a man that I thought was worth my time he made lying and game playing a priority. At this stage of my life I don’t feel that I need a man to be validated or happy, however I would like to have a male companion that I can spend some quality time with as well as have great sex; something else that I have not had in ages. I really hope this changes in 2013.
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.
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?
Great job! There should be a warning that says, “Don’t read this book unless you got someone near to sex to death” 🙂 I loved it! The first story (The Safe Sex Kit) was my personal favorite because I know the situation personally.
I was shocked at the content. The book is small but large in impact and the stories were so hot and freaky, but the points were educational. Wow!
I’m a dating and life coach who likes to really keep it real and help people get what they desire. I know a lot of guys are really out here looking for sex so I wrote a book to help them out called “How to Have Sex with 2 Women a Day”
Why is being racy so much fun?
It’s so much fun because I’m just being myself and sometimes that pisses people off. I kind of get a kick out of people being mad at me for doing my own thing.
Any advice to prudes or sticks in the mud?
You only get 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Life is short so lighten up and have some fun.
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 STD 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 an STD. Asking first and getting their reaction may also be a great way to break the ice about your own STD status.
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.