“What do you do?”
I advise women to not let this be the first question asked upon a first encounter with a guy. Instead, try saying, “What are your life’s passions?” It will make you sound less like a superficial gold digging cunt.
When I am posed with the question, “What do you do?” it’s difficult for me to answer completely in so few words. Usually I’ll simply say artist, musician, or therapist. I have several degrees paired with experience in various fields. I sing, play a few instruments, compose/score for television and film, love expressing myself through the written word, and I am also a sex therapist, life coach, and nutritionist. I write the sex advice column for the Museum of Sex in New York City, and I also coach and counsel women on dating, relationships, and sex. That covers what I do in professional terms. Additionally, I’m a former fattie (though still give great head), 12 year Manhattanite, francophile, gourmand, world traveler, avid reader, proud owner of a rescued pooch, two-time cancer survivor, chef, and insatiable pervert. I call my gorgeous boyfriend Jesus because he can cum, stay hard, and keep going until he cums again … and again. I am highly imperfect, chew my cuticles, and sometimes if I’ve had too much to drink the night before, I pee the bed. Thankfully, Jesus doesn’t mind. I love stilettos, gays, and diamonds. I dislike beer, elbows on the table, and fake people.
The more we experience in this life, the more of a well-rounded perspective we gain, which in the end, helps us to engage and inspire others. And who doesn’t want to do their part to make this world a better place? I love helping people unravel to be the best they can be. You only get one shot at this thing called life, so why not experience living all of your passions to the fullest? Life is just too short not to.