Ask Dangerous Lee: How Risky Are Blow Jobs?

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 Read More …

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FaLessia Booker Loves Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down

I really appreciate the unique viewpoint of this book. I consider myself very well-read, and have encountered very few titles that have touched on the topic of safe sex from so many angles. Dangerous Lee handles this subject through a series of informative, eye-catching short stories that made me stop and think. The HIV information appending the stories gave credibility Read More …

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Spotlight: Cindy Chu

Name and occupation: Cindy Chu—Actress  What do you love most about being of Asian Heritage? I love that I come from such a deep culture and that my parents raised us to appreciate our roots while still allowing us to branch out into our birth country, the USA.  Our family has a lot of history behind us, including being related Read More …

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Spotlight: Michael Soon Lee

  Name and occupation:  Michael Soon Lee, MBA, CSP – Professional Speaker & Business Consultant Former motion picture actor with such stars as Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn, Robby Benson and Clint Eastwood.  Former Dean of the School of Management at John F. Kennedy University. Author of seven books including, “Cross-Cultural Selling for Dummies” and “Black Belt Negotiating”. What do you Read More …

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Spotlight: Dr. David Che

Name and occupation: Dr. David Che, Dentist and Author What do you love most about being of Asian Heritage? That Asian families in general push their kids to succeed academically and to try to be model citizens. Tell us an interesting Asian History Fact: Chop Suey was invented in America, NOT China. Who or what inspires you most? Jeremy Lin, Read More …

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Brianna R. Sadler

Name and occupation:  Brianna R. Sadler, Attorney.  Partner, Madgett Law, LLC. What do you love most about being a woman?  I have the upbringing of a lady with the tenacity of a bull.  Women are now being allowed to be so many different things, from choosing to stay home and raise children to running huge companies!  The sky’s the limit, Read More …

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Michelle Panzironi

Name and occupation: Michelle Panzironi – COO and Co-Founder of Phrase Media, LLC and hypetree.com What do you love most about being a woman? I love that no matter what job I’m at, I’ll always have the unique perspective that being a woman in business affords me.  When I was younger I trained in martial arts and I used to Read More …

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Cindy Clemens

Name and occupation: My name is Cindy Clemens and I am an Entrepreneur/Co-Owner of a Marketing Education Company. What do you love most about being a woman? I love being a mother, a girlfriend/partner, and all that those things entail. I love that because I am a women, people I meet are usually instantly more relaxed around me. I am Read More …

Irish-American Heritage Month Spotlight: Peter McAlevey

Name and occupation: Peter McAlevey, Motion Picture Producer and former correspondent for Newsweek What do you love most about being of Irish heritage? Being born a Catholic…and a Democrat! Can you tell us any interesting Irish history facts? 1.)    In Gaelic (both the Irish and Scottish versions) the “Mick” prefix means “son of.” Just as in Sweden, say, Swenson means Read More …