To help us navigate the confusing world of love, lust, and what to wear, we've tapped a few of your favorite adult film stars for some... direction.
This week we talked to the man behind the award-winning legend, Chad Hunt.
DLNQNT: One could assume you get hit on a lot; what's a gentle letdown for an unwanted advance? Chad Hunt: I actually do get hit on quite a bit. Whether or not I let someone down easy depends on how aggressive the person is to begin with. Simply saying, "I'm already involved in a relationship" — even if I'm not — or removing their hands from my anatomy with a rough twist can do the trick.
Manscaping — how much is too much? And how do you get your partner to clean up his act in hard to reach places? CH: For me, this depends on the guy or girl involved. With women, I like no hair or a small groomed tuft just above the sweet spot. For guys, I like it bare in certain types of looks, or a good amount of chest and pubic hair in others. Ball hair has to be gone; I only like to lick a set of smooth balls. Depending on how manly you are and how much you turn me on, you can get away with more in certain areas. As far as getting a partner to clean up their act, make it an experience for both of you: Make couples appointments at a spa or do it for each other. The best advice I can give here is that there's no such thing as too much, but it can be too little. Try a varying mix of styles and looks to determine what's best for you — but ladies, please stop shaping your twat hair into bunnies, hearts, and lightning bolts.
What's your ultimate dating deal-breaker? CH: Bad Feet. I don't care how hot you are, if you have an extra toe, gnarly toes, smelly feet, dry, cracked, fungus nail, misshapen, or just odd in any way — thanks, but no thanks. I have a foot fetish. I like to get and give foot jobs, suck on toes during sex, and rub a hot partner's feet at the end of a workday. It's pretty hypocritical of me to be so picky when it comes to feet, considering mine are slightly hairy — they've been called my paws — and I have one webbed toe on my left foot.
Forget Mars and Venus; it's been said that there are five languages of love regardless of sex and orientation — which is the most important? CH: It has to be physical touch, and I don't mean in a sexual way. Words without action are meaningless; time together — or apart — doesn't matter if there is real love. You can't buy true love with gifts, and acts of service can be trivial or done to make you feel that you now owe them something. Touch can't be faked. Do you touch my face when I'm sad or wipe away my tears? Do you hold my hand or embrace me in public? Are your kisses soft and passionate? You can't fake the feeling you give off from the right touch. We've all felt the electricity when we've been touched by the right person.
Through the courting process, how do you recognize a keeper from the background noise? CH: A keeper is someone who puts your needs above theirs. Someone who can make you laugh and doesn't try to change you. Real relationships involve people who accept the bad things about you as well as the good. Listen for the sound of your own voice in the relationship; if you can't hear it anymore, then it's time to move on.
What's the best way to keep your boudoir fresh? CH: First, it has to be clean and smell good. That may mean fresh, or it may mean the hot stink from a sweaty workout where your balls, pits, and crack are all ripe like a locker room; smell is an amazing aphrodisiac. I also have a chest of goodies ranging from rubber sheets to a horsehair butt plug. New toys are an amazing tool for keeping your partner in your bedroom and no one else's. Wear a milkmaid costume, dress up like a kitty cat, play pony — how do you know you won't like it unless you try? My favorite toy, though, has to be the electrodes — pure electricity.
Chad Hunt can be seen in his forthcoming web series, "One Man's Voice," and on Twitter.