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My self-summary
I'm engaging, masculine, and a jeans & t-shirt kind of guy. A personality test told me I'm an ambivert. I love cooking, old school & some new school [1950's - 2006] music/movies/TV shows. I also love eating, being crafty, conversing, helping people, working with kids, getting paid, going on long drives, going on adventures, and I love all things super & sci-fi. I'm basically a big kid with an old soul. I've been told that I'm "someone you can easily take home to mama". LoL

I'd like a good-looking guy who is confident, witty, fun, romantic and kindhearted but who also has an edge and a great sense of humor. And it goes without saying that he should smell nice, be STD-free and easygoing. I love a talented guy who is driven, smart and passionate, too.

I like guys of ALL ethnicities, especially Italian guys, so I most DEFINITELY get down with "the swirl", too. ;-)
What I’m doing with my life
I'm an author. I published an adult book series on Amazon titled...

"THE BEAST: A Dirty Bathhouse Soap Opera" 📖

It's a fictional serial (in the form of 12 short books) which focuses on the never-ending drama that plagues the employees at a debaucherous gay men's sex club and those closest to them.

It's my greatest hope that THE BEAST will be made into a weekly show on HBO or Showtime someday. Hopefully, one day soon, the books and the [future] show will be all the rage. #fingersandeyescrossed

Additionally, I like to play video games, Photoshop, go to the movies, eat out, walk dogs, travel, binge on shows, teach, drink lots of water, and watch a lot of shows.
I’m really good at
Being creative and optimistic; working with kids; listening; showing love; helping people; compromising when I need to; being a team player; teaching; sleeping; and writing wild stories that lots of people seem to really like.
The first things people usually notice about me
My smile & my eyes
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Movies & TV: Horror, Dramas, Thrillers, Fantasy Dramas, Spy dramas, and Action. THE MATRIX is my favorite movie of all-time. The SAW film series is my favorite movie franchise of all-time. CHARMED is my favorite TV show of all-time.

Music: Anything that sounds good to my ears and moves my soul. I will listen to pretty much anything, except heavy metal. I love great songwriting, so naturally I have a playlist dedicated to songs penned by the legendary Diane Warren.

Food: I mostly eats fruits, veggies, chicken, water, almond milk, soul food and Italian food. King-size Payday candy bars, peanut butter M&Ms, and Snickers are my favorite sweets.

Books: Mostly online articles or short stories
The six things I could never do without





and Hope
I spend a lot of time thinking about
>How grateful I am to be healthy, loved, employed, sheltered and blessed.

>How to better myself.

>Traveling the world, for a solid month, and having limitless funds to spend. I'd go from here in Los Angeles to Australia to London to Disney World in Florida to Atlanta to NYC to Connecticut and then back here to LA. I'm living for that epic month of adventure.

>A future love.

>Doing great things to benefit mankind.
On a typical Friday night I am
Eating something and watching a show or two. Sometimes I'll meet up with a friend for dinner and good talk, too.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In 2010, to keep my mom and me from being homeless again, I pushed my fears aside and accepted an offer to work at a dark and debaucherous Atlanta gay bathhouse as a clerk/cum cleaning janitor (and an occasional babysitter, when some of the drunken/or drugged-up men would act like mindless children). Mom called it a "whorehouse" and she feared for my safety every night I worked. LoL. She's so dramatic. But, by the grace of God, I made it through 19 months without getting hurt, robbed, killed, poisoned, pricked by used needles, or thrown into a room unexpectedly and raped (most of which was actually happening there, so I prayed to God that none of it would ever happen to me). That place was CRAZY.

But that insane experience inspired me to write a [very adult & controversial] fictional soap opera, a serialized book series that focuses on the tumultuous lives of the employees that work at a gay bathhouse and some of the people closest to them (family members, friends, customers, etc.).
You should message me if want to get to know (and eventually meet) someone who is unlike anyone you've ever met before.