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3 Top Turn-Offs for Women


Horny, unkempt hotshots need not approach.


I took these three top turn-offs from a list of twenty. So, actually, these are my Top 3.

by T.M. Burroughs

Trust me, you’re glad I limited it to just three. Not that I don’t find men in general hard to live without. I do find some intolerable. The ones I find intolerable can usually redeem themselves by avoiding the conduct listed below. And, truly, I’m really forgiving if he should slip and engage in some form of the following, but goes out of his way to make it up to me. I certainly think most of us women are forgiving.

So, here goes. If you find this to be TMI, pick your own and leave mine alone!

Being ignored

When men act as though other things are more important or more interesting, or when they casually dismiss something that is important to a woman, they are setting the tone for a rocky, if not short, relationship. And when men engage in the common ploy of showing interest during the beginning stages of a relationship and allowing it to dwindle as the relationship progresses, they usually find that the woman’s attraction for him takes a similar dive.



Men often convince themselves that all women are after the guys with the biggest and the best of everything. This becomes a motive for those men to paint colorful and fictitious pictures of themselves. But in reality, women find this behavior disgusting, so instead of making themselves attractive, these guys become female turn-offs.


Pre-occupation with Sex

Duing the beginning of relationships, most women do not want to hear sexually explicit stories or comments and they do not care to discuss their past performances. This proves true even when women are dressed seductively and, ironically, even if they have had or are willing to have a one-night stand.


So, basically, we want you to want us, dote on us and keep your past sexual conquests to yourself. C’mon, you can do it, guys! We’ll be putty in your hands if you do.

THBby T.M. Burroughs


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Baron Von Kowenhoven

Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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