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Don’t we all love surprises?

I’ve been told that most people do, in fact, like surprises. I am not most people, but I’m assuming you dudes are. Mostly because you’re more than me and more equals most. Some of the time.

Moving on.

I mention surprises because the topic of today’s post is a surprise.

Today at Charlotte Parent, where I’ll be blogging under our Stay-At-Home Dudes column name, I’m worrying about something really, really cool. It’s a surprise.

See? I told you it would be a surprise.*

Go read.

Footnotes & Errata

* Mostly to me because I have no idea what I’m going to write about. But you already knew that, didn’t you?

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Check It Before You Wreck It

And by check it, I mean, of course, check it out over at Charlotte Parent.

We’re in our Stay-At-Home Dudes blog you’ve come to know and love.

I’m doing a little bit of promotion for a great local lecture here in Charlotte called Sex & Sensibility. It’s all about how women can rediscover passion in their lives and create the healthy sex life they deserve.

And, yes, men are encouraged to attend. I’ll be there.

You should be there as well.

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Things To Do In Charlotte: Sex & Sensability

If you’re the type of dude who never tires of learning more about sex, have I got an event for you.

Sponsored by Mintview OB/GYN, Sex & Sensability is an outstanding event designed to demystify sex by providing you with the tips and tools you need become creative, loving and successful in bed.

Or the kitchen. Or the mud room. Or wherever. That’s part of the point.

The event is going to take place on March 27, from 6-9 pm in the Visulite Theater, 1615 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte. Tickets are only $10 per person and, brother, that is money well spent. Not only do you get a dynamite presentation and Q&A session, but you also score some appetizers and a goodie bag.

I’ll let you dudes in on a little secret. See, I happen to know one of the presenters pretty well.

Okay, slightly more than pretty well. I’ve been sleeping with her for the past two decades. Yes, it’s my wife, known to others as She Who Must Be Listened To.

I worked with her to prepare the slideshow/presentation that forms one of the spines of this spine-tingling evening and I can tell you from experience: This is a talk, a presentation that you want to attend.

Don’t be afraid to be a man at a talk presented by an OB/GYN office. This presentation is for both men and women, even if it’s slightly more weighted to the distaff side of the aisle. Which makes it even better for you to be there.

It’s only a couple of hours, but it could change how you approach sex for the rest of your life.

A tremendous lecture and Q&A session about increasing your happiness in your sex life.

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