Blogging is a good thing. But despite the positives, there’s some downside to attaching your name to a controversial blog. Especially one like mine, that deals with topics like traveling for sex, sleeping with younger women, or running a harem. So yeah, there have been consequences to running this blog. They’re just not always what you’d expect. Here’s what’s happened so far…
Before I went public, my biggest concern was my women. How would they react to my blog? Would they run away, hate me, stop sleeping with me? Was I shooting myself in the foot, dooming myself to a lifetime of celibacy?
My fears were unfounded. My blog has not hurt my romantic relationships. Sure most women I date eventually find out about it. But since almost all of them sleep with me fast, before they learn my last name, we’ve usually had sex multiple times before they finally find it.
Once they do, some girls will bring it up right away. Others won’t say anything about it, for months. Either way, when we finally do talk, it’s never been a deal-breaker. No woman has left me because of it. Instead the opposite is true. Multiple girls have admitted that reading this blog turns them on.
Of course, it’s possible that I could lose a woman if she stalked me and found this site before we had sex. But that hasn’t happened yet. Or if it has, I don’t know about it.
Relatives Of Girls
I never anticipated this weird problem. But believe it or not, my blog has caused issues with the relatives of some of my girlfriends. These relatives learned we were dating, found my site, got offended, and then started harassing me.
So far it’s happened two different times – with two different girls. Both incidents were similar. The relatives left annoying comments on a few posts. And they also sent me a few nasty emails. But it’s never spilled over into real-life, and it wasn’t anything I couldn’t handle.
The worst problem caused by my blog? It was with an Airbnb host in la Condesa, in Mexico City.
I reserved an apartment with her over a month in advance – no problems. But then she Googled me and found my site. She read it, got butt-hurt, and called me to talk. But I was unable to convince her that I was a good guy. So she canceled my reservation.
Oh, and did I mention she did this one day before I was supposed to check-in! Luckily I found another place fast, although the new apartment was in Napoles, which is a less desirable neighborhood. But at least I wasn’t homeless. So far this has only happened once, out of something like 20 Airbnb reservations.
So again, no big deal.
So as you can see, my blog has caused a few problems.
Just not the ones you’d expect!