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it’s Julie, and I have someone to introduce you to, a friend of mine
I think you are really going to like. Her name is Kaitlyn Hodges, and
she has some very interesting stories to share with you, especially if you
are a man who considers himself “too small” and wants to make
“a certain part of the male body” bigger or is concerned about
what women will think about his lack of “size.”
Unlike Cyndi and Amy who love to send photos, Kaitlyn wants to share her stories with you. When she found out I was John’s attraction assistant, she confided in me that she really wanted to help men too, and thought she could do so by sharing her experiences.
Understand that Kaitlyn is a very sweet, very loving “girl next door type.” Yes, she is sexy, but men gravitate towards her because of her big bright smile, sparkling eyes, and energy. So, while she doesn’t have the classic “model body,” men always seem to choose her over the model types because of her desire to please, and her strong sexual energy.
As I write this, she is 31 years old, 5’4”, about 116 pounds and fit. She’s dated a lot of guys in her life, but for some reason many of them have had, well, “smaller anatomies.” Some of them have been disasters, some grew into excellent lovers, and some of them stumbled upon a few secrets that made “it” grow (she will be sharing with you the story of an out of town lover who got much, much bigger between the first and second time she saw him).
Because she’s dated so many men with this issue, she’s familiar with their pain, what they believe about themselves, what’s actually true about being “smaller,” how to really “get bigger” and what women like her really think about “small” men.
These stories will be eye opening to you (and wildly entertaining) no matter your “size.” But most of all you will learn the real truth about how women really think about men, sex, and size, something that few men ever know.
She’ll also be sharing some resources with you, and since I told her you guys love sexy photos of sexy women, she will have some for you too. But unlike Cyndi and Amy who really love to send hot photos, Kaitlyn wants to share her stories and experiences with you so you can have great experiences with great women, especially in the sack.
She’ll be sending her first story to you in a few hours, and it will come from my email address, Julie@johnalanis.com under the name “Kaitlyn Hodges.” I think you’ll really like what she has to say. Since her emails are stories, they will be much longer than mine, but I think you will enjoy every word, as much as you enjoy the photos I’ve been sending you.
So, be on the lookout from an email from “Kaitlyn Hodges,” and get ready to know things about women and sex few men will ever know.
Oh, and since I know how much you are loving my sexy photos of sexy women, here’s a “naughtier” one for you!
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Attraction Assistant for John Alanis
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