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Welcome to Ask Willie D, Rocks Off's advice column where the Geto Boys MC answers reader questions about matters, in his own words, "funny, serious or unpredictable." Something on your mind? Ask Willie D!


Dear Willie D:

Why is there so much division in the world? Maybe I'm naïve but I am 53 years old, and I don't recall ever feeling so helpless about the state of humanity. Everyday all day all you hear and read about is crime, hate, confrontations, pain, and illness. Yes there is the occasional soft and fuzzy good story thrown in, but overall the world is a sad place.

There was a time when I trusted the police, but law enforcement in America seems to have lost its way in terms of respect for the citizens they serve and the badge they wear and our government is just sitting on the sidelines eating popcorn. I feel for the future generations to come. I'm a licensed gun owner, but I still fear for me and my family's safety. What can we do to fix this societal dysfunctionality?

In a fix:

Selfishness, greed, and hate broke it. Compassion, generosity, and love can fix it.


Dear Willie D:

I don't know what it is about women that they want to take their clothes off for strangers. While we were shopping at the mall, my girlfriend got approached by a talent scout for Playboy, but she turned him down. She has a picture-perfect body, but I think the reason she didn't do it was because she was caught off guard.

That encounter must've opened up something in her because now she's having withdrawals and wants some local photographer guy to take nude pictures of her. I don't know how to process this because I never would've thought she was the type to want to take naked pictures in front of strangers.

She told me that she wants to take the pictures for me, and that no one else will see them because they will be for our private use. Well if he takes the pictures wouldn't the photographer have them for his use too? What's the guarantee that he won't leak them? I don't want to look up someday and see my girlfriend's or possible future wife's naked body on my friend's laptop. What should I say to talk her out of it?

Picture Perfect:

Tell your girlfriend that you don't want some dude taking naked pictures of your girl and explain your concerns. If she doesn't respect your wishes the choice is yours to find someone who will. Sexual expression is a big part of a woman's individualism. When a man acts too prudish it can turn some women off. So be careful how you approach her. If she's dead set on taking nudes she's going to take them with or without you as her man.

I don't know what it is about women that makes them want to take their clothes off for strangers -- but I like it.

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Dear Willie D:

Every time my husband's side of the family has a gathering madness occurs; not in a way to say they're bad people. It's just that they're loud -- really loud. Most gatherings are at his brother's house and we normally park on the street. As soon as we exit the car, even when the door is closed to their house you can hear them inside through the concrete exterior.

I'm having my son's birthday party at an upscale party venue, but I don't want them to come because I'm using my friend's discount, and I don't want to get her in trouble over the excessive noise. I was thinking about maybe inviting one of his brothers and a couple of cousins, but that's it. What do you think of my plan?

Really Loud:

I think if you're not careful your plan could backfire. If the other in-laws find out that you purposely didn't invite them they will be offended. If you don't care, don't invite them. But if you do care, maybe you could warn your friend that things might get loud and she could give her boss a heads-up.

Otherwise you could renegotiate your contract independent of your friend's discount and pay full price, or you could find a new venue to host the party. One of the not so great things about marriage is to have your spouse in your life, you have to inherit the people in his or her life that were there before you. In other words, you didn't just marry him, you married his whole family.


Dear Willie D:

My boyfriend enjoys me performing fellatio on him, but he refuses to go down on me because he says it's nasty. He told me that he doesn't believe in eating anything that bleeds for a week and doesn't die.

To be honest, he did tell me before we ever had intercourse that he didn't believe in giving oral sex, but I thought I could win him over. A girl's gotta have it, Willie. How do I get him to change his mind?

She's Gotta Have It:

You have to get your boyfriend to see things from your perspective. When you perform oral sex on him I'm sure it makes him want to f--- your brains out. Well, when a man gets down there and do it to his woman right, it makes her want him to f--- her brains out.

If you just started dating your boyfriend there might be hope, but if you guys have been together for a few years and he still hasn't gotten the munchies you're in trouble. Usually both males and females who find it disgusting to perform oral sex on their partner will never fully enjoy it, therefore even if they did do it they'll go about it begrudgingly, and probably won't be good at it anyway.


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