When you are on the prowl and wanting to pick up, it is usually a sea of jeans and pop culture T-shirts under mood lighting and dance lights.

This can make it extremely difficult to tell exactly what lies beneath the designer rags of your new-found friend and possible hook-up for the night.

Usually it doesn’t really cause a problem because, by the time you get home you are both so worked up it’s a case of getting your clothes off as fast as you can and getting down to the (hopefully) pleasurable business end of the evening.

But what happens if, like some, you are a little conscious of your body and your new date takes his shirt off to reveal a chest and stomach that would make Jamie Durie envious?

You know the type – those “magician boys” whose body appeared to be average at the bar, but once revealed is the stuff of magazine covers.

It’s too late to throw them out – but then why would you want to?

If you do happen to go home with a magic man who is more defined than your good self, take a breath.

The easiest option is to head for the light switch, saying, “It’s all the more sexy in the dark.”

Or it could be the perfect opportunity to try on the naughty doctor or the bad cop costumes you bought ages ago but have not had a chance to wear.

If he doesn’t go for it or you didn’t make it to the costume shop but still like the lights on, then go straight to the closet you came out from and grab a tie and put it over his eyes.

Simply suggest you like the blindfolds because it gives you control. Tell him it’s much hotter if he doesn’t know where you’re coming from.

If he’s not up for any of these suggestions, then just stay under the sheets and keep moving. A moving target smooths out faults – at least that’s the theory.

From bnews – www.bnews.com.au

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