The Naked Advice

with Model & Writer Liz LaPoint

Wedding season is upon us! In the next few months, scores of couples will say their vows in front of their loved ones, which reminds me of American marriage customs, but especially one in particular. Here in the U.S., fathers no longer own their daughters and young men wishing to court/hump/marry someone’s daughter are no …

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Greetings, Everyone! My weekly Hump Day video is up, so please check it out and share your dating deal-breakers in the comments section below the video 😉 This is a fun topic, because what is a deal-breaker to one person is the next person’s deal-sealer. Tammy Sue McGoo: “I stopped seeing him as soon as …

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Hey Babes, This letter I received was perfect for a video, so here it is! It only makes sense that I post my YouTube videos every Hump Day, right? 😉 I welcome comments, and please subscribe if you haven’t already. Thank you for following/reading/supporting! Liz LaPoint

Maria asks: “My question is not specific to dating, but it relates to emotional abuse, so I thought you could help. I have finally come to realize (I’m 49) that my mother is probably BPD. She will fly into a rage for no reason, then 10 minutes later it’s like it never happened and you’re not …

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One day, after one of those deliriously busy lunch shifts at the restaurant ended, my friend Jenna and I gleefully ordered at the computer terminal a pizza and a big salad to share. “Oh, can we leave out the wontons and the scallions from the salad? Wontons are empty calories and I hate scallions”, Jenna …

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This week’s video covers an interesting sexual activity: urinating during sex. The letter-writer has some excellent questions on the topic, so tune in and remember to subscribe to my channel! Liz LaPoint

The recent events in Baltimore in response to Freddie Gray’s death, as well as the protests that have occurred in many other cities (Ferguson, et al) have initiated national conversations on race, politics, good cops vs. bad cops, and the “proper” way to respond to decades and centuries of abuse, oppression, and institutionalized racism. There’s …

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