How to be cool with women
Well… less cool more ‘no big deal’
Hayley Quinn is joined by singer, vlogger and Instagram icon Mali Koa Hood to talk:
* How not to ask her out
* What to do if you get a ‘no’
* Tips on being the cool guy
You can follow more from Mali at https://instagram.com/malikoahood/?hl=en
- Should women approach men?
Women approaching men Hey, guys, welcome back to my Attraction HQ podcast. Yeah, it's that time of the week again. Are you looking forward to this by now? I've been going for a while. What we will speak to you about today is a bit of a controversial thinking point, which is should women approach men? As you can see, I've got another woman in the room here. She's a very pretty woman, her name is Nerea and she's the founder of The Happy World Company. Now I met Nerea at a party a couple of weeks ago, maybe a month ago now. She's a really cool girl. I like her vibe. The interview The first thing that she talks about when she walks through the door today in my home is is she's done a video on YouTube. If you follow me on YouTube, you know I do something…
- Other women's fantasies
Ever wondered what your fantasies were like compared to other women? I ask a group of women to tell all about what they're really thinkin
- What turns women off?
EVERYTHING???? Today I'm going to be telling you about turn-offs. Unfortunately, they're not sexual turnoffs because people are a little bit prudish in London. However, I did get to the bottom of what turns women off! What kind of behaviour will get you struck out if you're going on a date with a girl or whether you're texting a girl? What will make her think: “Yeah, I never want to see him again!” So, if you want to dodge repulsion please watch the video to figure out what woman's biggest turn-offs are. But if you don’t have time to watch the whole video here are some highlights! I set out to the streets of London to ask random women what are their turnoffs or the stuff the guys can do which is just a straight-up no. I asked the first lady about kissing on the first date. Is it all right…
She is the spokesperson for Match, the biggest online dating platform in the world. She has been featured on BBC1, Sky and Channel 4 and is a regular columnist for Cosmopolitan and contributor to yahoo!style.
Her first fiction book “The Last First Date” has been published by Harper Collins and her non-fiction book (Simon & Schuster) is due for publication in early 2023.
Her goal is to bridge the gap with modern dating and help inspire people to learn to love dating.