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Wanna look BADASS this summer?

men39s_dark_tank_topHey lads,

What to look bad ass this summer?

Hit the gym.

Also, check out my new e-store!

You can now pick up your own Naughty Nomad t-shirts, hoodies, caps—and even thongs for the lassies.

They look slick and any support would be greatly appreciated. For anybody who buy an item over $10, I’ll also send you a FREE copy of my book. Just drop me a line:

Click here to take a peek.


-Mark Zolo



5 Responses to Wanna look BADASS this summer?

  1. planeteater March 26, 2015 at 6:37 am #

    well done for moving your business forward into other areas. some good stuff there I would buy [the cup!] if it was available from the UK because I sometimes get stung for duty tax. best of luck with your ever growing empire.

  2. splooge March 26, 2015 at 6:12 pm #

    show the thong. youre naughty after all

  3. Starlily March 28, 2015 at 9:09 pm #

    Not sure where to post this, but here it goes…

    First, I have read some of your blogpost and I do not agree with everything. I think some of the stuff you write is sexist, but with that being said..I am not going to throw the baby out with the bathwater and anyway I like you better than some of other PUAs in the “manosphere.” I did like your piece on why racism in America won’t go away.

    You seem like a man who likes women and appreciates a woman’s body. I am 26 year old, African-American female and I am a virgin. As a girl, boys never liked me because I was chubby. I went by myself to my senior prom because I knew that no one would want to go with an overweight girl. I grew up in a mostly white environment and because I was different, I always felt like I wasn’t attractive, so I didn’t bother to take care of myself. When I got out of High school and went to college, the first two years were pretty much the same as high school, but my junior year I joined a weight loss program and lost 50 pounds by eating healthy foods and the right portion sizes and walking. Once I lost the weight, everything got smaller, but I still kept my general shape. I’ve always had a naturally rounder behind, which has contributed to my insecurity for most of my life. After I lost the weight, I was disappointed that i still had the same behind shape, but something unexpected happened. I began getting attention from men that I’d never experienced before. Men told me i was beautiful and told me that I had a “beautiful body.” My friend told me that it was because I had an “hour glass,” shape. I thought that things were looking up for me finally, but it turns out all these men wanted was sex.

    The first time after I lost weight, my friend treated me to a shopping trip and I went into a bar for the first time (i don’t like bars) to celebrate and a man (white guy) told me that he “had a booty fetish,” and proceeded to vulgarly tell me all of the sexual things that he wanted to do with me. Granted, he was drinking, but still very rude. One man made a comment that he wanted me to “sit on his face.” I didn’t understand what this meant at the time, so I assumed he was making fun of me, so I told him that it was rude for him to make a joke like that and I told him off.

    I wanted a man to sweep me off of my feet, not throw me into the sheets.

    Then some guys seem to completely ignore me altogether, they’d look, but that is all they’d do. I recall one day at the train station when I was sitting with my book and this good looking guy, about 6 feet, green eyes walks by and as he walks by, he stops briefly and stares at me…we locked eyes. He continues to stare at me with his eyes wide for about 10-15 seconds. We were looking dead into each other’s eyes and I don’t want to assume, but I felt like he might have thought I was pretty the way he was staring at me. I thought maybe he’d approach me, but instead, he dropped his head, smoothed his hair and continued walking. I was disappointed.

    I recall another incident that occurred one day at work. I was sitting on a bench, waiting for my mother to pick me up and this guy (African-American guy) drives past me and he slows down very very slowly. He was clearly looking at me, no question from his car…he stared for a long time as he slowly drove by. I thought to myself “wow, i’m flattered.” When my mom came 15 minutes later to pick me up, the first thing she told me was that my cleavage was showing through my shirt. Turns out my top button had come undone…that is why he was staring. I don’t believe in showing cleavage, and i felt offended that the only reason he was looking at me was because my blouse had come open.

    Needless to say, I became depressed that even after losing all this weight, men only seem to want me for sex or they just stare and nothing else…I am waiting until marriage, so sex is not an option and it seems like no men want to wait. I went from being completely ignored to being given attention, but only in a sexual sense. I hate to say it, but I think it is because I am African-American and I am seen as only good for sex (if that) and never seen as worthy of a committed relationship, let alone marriage. I’ll admit i enjoyed some of the attention from the men that i got for a short while, but after that it just became depressing.

    I try to be nice to people, but I am becoming less and less optimistic.

    I have since gained 40 pounds back (and gone back to my old invisible self) because I feel like no matter what I do, I am not valued.

    The men in the PUA/ manosphere are some of the worst…although Mark you’re on the nicer side compared to others…Why are men so cruel and superficial?

    • Starlily March 30, 2015 at 10:08 pm #

      any advice is welcome btw or not.

    • Naughty Nomad April 2, 2015 at 5:12 am #

      I’ll answer your question in a blog post.

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