Monday, August 31, 2009

Why aren't there peep shows in Charlotte?

Posted By on Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 7:30 AM

Gotham City, The Blue Store and several others in Manhattan have peep shows in the back.

These are XXX stores in New York that I enjoyed checking out on a recent trip there. But when I returned to the Queen City, I wondered why don't any of the shops in Charlotte have a peep show? I know there is one in Gastonia, but who wants to drive that far? Not me.

Sure we have the best strip club in the nation here, but there's something fun and classic about slipping in a booth and watching one person perform just for you. You're alone with your thoughts and fantasies. No screaming crowd, no need to leave a tip. You can just watch the same thing over and over again if you like.

The peep show is a lost art and it would be wonderful right here in the city limits. So, I'm on a quest to find out why don't we have peep shows. Stay tuned as I share what I discover.


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Today's Top(less) 5: Monday

Posted By on Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, August 31, 2009 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


Learn the Flamenco.

Steak and Shrimp at The Men's Club.

Bark at The Moon Monday at The Crazy Horse.

Manic Monday at Dilworth Billiards.

Monster Karaoke Night at Dixie's.

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Friday, August 28, 2009

Sex news roundup: Friday

Posted By on Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 11:14 AM

Here's a look at the sex headlines floating around the Internet today.


  1. Deputy used power to get sex from men.
  2. Routine circumcision does not protect men who have sex with men.
  3. Historic hotel to become sex club.
  4. Pastor accused of snapping pictures underneath women's skirts.
  5. Five year olds should be taught sex so that they can report abuse.

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Today's Top(less) 5: Friday

Posted By on Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 10:11 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, August 28, 2009 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


For Dreamers Only, a night for transformation.

World's longest Happy Hour.

After work rendezvous.

• Sexy Stockings party at The Estate.

• $10 Table Dances at The Gentleman's Club.

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Facebook gone wild

Posted By on Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 3:13 PM


Do you know what sex position fits you best? There are a few ways you can find out. You can try them or log on to Facebook and take a quiz.

Yes. Facebook can tell you everything.

The Cowgirl fits my style best, according to Facebook and I be damned if that isn't the truth.

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Me, myself and I

Posted By on Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 12:35 PM


It seems despite my best efforts to fend off the spreading of bitchassness, it’s just never enough. Instead, that disease just continues to run rampant through the community just like Diddy said. Today's example is the recurring updates on social networking sites that have caught my attention.

In layman's terms, it's best broken down like this:

Relationship drama = the "woe is me" syndrome.

What you mean Meik?

I'm glad you asked. The "woe is me" syndrome is just another symptom of the bitchassness virus that attacks the very thing that keeps us moving from day to day: The Self Esteem.

Let me break this down for you so we are all on the same page.

Contrary to belief, I too have had my share of relationship drama. I view relationships just like the roller coaster rides at an amusement park. When you first get on the ride, it's full of excitement, then you ride that wave for a while, then you climb higher and higher and higher, until you reach the peak of happiness and you coast. Then all of a sudden a sharp angle sends you flying right back downhill into the abyss of whatever is waiting. From that point, its up to you to make the choice to get off the damn ride, or stay on the mofo and continue to have to deal with bullshit.

Here's where the "woe is me" syndrome comes into play. Once you've decided to hang in there and be that ride or die mofo until the wheels fall off, your world is shattered and you hear the most dreaded words ever, " We need to talk. I think we need to spend time apart." Or, you may hear this, "It's not you, it's me, I just need some space to find myself." Or my personal favorite is just don't tell a mofo ish and drop off the face of the earth and leave them standing there holding their heart in their hand (wait...I had a flashback; but I'm back).

Whatever the conversation may be, the end result is the same: RELATIONSHIP IS OVER. RIDE ABORTED. Get your shit and go.

Now what I'm seeing on the networking sites, is people of all ages trying to either garner sympathy or perhaps draw the ex back in, or they may just be fool, but again, it's the same message: "woe is me, nobody loves me, nobody wants me, etc, etc, blah, blah."

Don't get me wrong, I'm not the completely heartless because I've been there. This clearly boils down to a self-esteem issue.

My advice? (Don't get it twisted, this is still my blog so even if you don't wanna hear it I'm giving it out anyway).

At some point, you have to take that dreaded walk and look in the mirror and take a good long hard look at the person you see. If you see a person with their hair outta control, eyes bloodshot red, nose snotty, and just overall Tasmanian Devil type ish, then Houston, we have a problem.

I've always been told, never let another person control how you feel, meaning don't let someone else's faults be the reason for your drop in self-esteem level. Imagine the horror of having your self-esteem drop to a -0! I'm clutching my pearls at the thought!

Just like Katt Williams once said (and I’m so paraphrasing so don't get your panties in a bunch), self esteem is just that: Esteem of your damn self. You can't blame others for something you should have under control because its all yours! Nobody else’s. YOURS! Get it? SELF=YOURS!

So, take another look in that mirror, dig deep and find the good things about yourself and build from there. If you can't find anything, then damm it, look again. Because you just aren't trying hard enough!

Check that bitchassness at the door and don't let it in, and if some of it seeps in stomp it like a roach and throw that ish in the trash. The "woe is me" syndrome ain't a bit cute and it damn sure won't have mofos running in your direction.

Just like mama always said, "You have to love yourself first, before you can expect someone else to."

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The Men's Club is the best in the nation

Posted By on Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 11:43 AM


Charlotte can now boast about having the best gentleman's club in the country.

This week, Brad Fuller, the general manager of The Men's Club headed to Las Vegas for the Exotic Dancer Publications Award Show and brought home the "Overall Gentleman's Club of the Year" award.

The Men's Club beat out seven other clubs from cities like New York, Atlanta and Dallas.

"I'm gloating out here. I'm among my peers nationwide and it's a really great honor," Fuller said. "It's a big deal and it means a lot for Charlotte for hospitality and tourism and everything."

The Men's Club isn't your typical "strip club," Fuller says. The club has a five-star restaurant, plenty of special events and a weekly couples night.

If you haven't been to the Men's Club lately, go check it out and see why they're the best in the nation.

This weekend would be a good time to go because you can catch the Carolina Panthers preseason game.

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Today's Top(less) 5: Thursday

Posted By on Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 6:30 AM

Here are the five best events to get you hot and bothered with or without a date going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, August 27, 2009 — as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing.


•Raymond Vineyards food and wine tasting at Blue.

• $5 Table Dances at The Carousel.

• Kick Ass Lunch at The Men's Club.

River Jam at Whitewater Center.

Thursday night pool party.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Talk dirty to me, baby

Posted By on Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 10:43 AM


A little hair pulling and nibbling in the right place is just what a lot of women need to get going in the bed. But if you want to push her over the edge, say something nasty.

A well placed pussy, fuck me and some other choice words will do nothing but make the sex hotter.

Now, this can also backfire. I have a male friend who said he hates to hear a woman say pussy, as in "fuck this pussy."

Says it turns him off like a light switch. So, talking dirty has to come with time. Imagine having sex with someone for the first time and they talk like porn star Eva Angelina. Is that really going to turn you on right away? Better yet, are you going to want anything more than sex from this person?

And there are just some things you don't want to hear in bed. I think The Frisky did a good job of identifying 36 words that should never be uttered during sex.

In my opinion, "just like in jail," should've been number one.

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