Continuing on with revising this series by reintroducing you to Laura. Laura was interviewed for this many years ago on the first run of ‘What’s Sexy Now’ and I thought it would be fun to see how she has progressed with this topic. Laura does not disappoint in this area. Read her answers below and then go listen to her sexy podcast (link at the bottom of this post)!
What does sexy mean to you?
To me, sexy means having the power to captivate, inspire, and stimulate. It’s being loving and lovable at the same time. That’s a power anyone can have.
What, in your opinion, makes a woman sexy?
What makes a woman sexy is when she is aware of her personal power and owns it! She doesn’t shy away from her power. She celebrates it.
What makes a man sexy?
Men who know what they want and focus on that make my pupils turn into little hearts. I don’t necessarily mean men who are driven. That’s different. I mean men who have a good, honest relationship with themselves, who aren’t wishy-washy, but who have a clear understanding of what they want from life. Those kind of men are panty-droppers!
Additionally, men who love their lives are sexy. Happy men are fun to be around, pleasant, and easy to get along with. When I meet a man who is a joy to be with, I develop a huge crush on him and want to pounce him.
What makes you feel sexy?
I feel my sexiest when I’m naked! I love my breasts, so having them out and showing them off is, like, a hobby of mine. I have 14-foot walls in my courtyard, so I can prance around outdoors, tan, and soak in my Jacuzzi naked. It feels naughty. For me, allowing myself the luxury of sauntering around naked is part of owning my power. This power continues to work its magic when I have to put my clothes back on and go out into the world.
Tips on keeping a relationship sexy?
Relationships need constant nurturing, which is why I don’t want to be in one right now. It’s like gardening. It’s constant. To keep a relationship sexy, both parties must be constantly tending to their partners and relationship, while still tending to themselves. Too often, I see one partner neglect themselves, which no one should do.
Also, couples should know that it’s okay to schedule dates and sex. Sure, it doesn’t seem romantic, but it’s an act of prioritizing your relationship. You can’t wait for the mood to strike. For example, you wouldn’t wait for it to rain to water your garden, right? You do what you need to do when you need to do it, no matter what. Your relationship needs the same kind of attention.
Couples who constantly, consistently, and equally tend to their relationships will never have to worry about keeping the sexual magic alive.
A celebrity that you find sexy?
I think Sofia Vergara oozes sexiness, and that’s the kind of sex appeal I hope to emulate. She owns her power and celebrates it. I love that. I feel like in her being that way, she gives all of us women permission to do the same.
As for male celebrities, there are so many handsome men out there, but right now, I find myself intrigued by brown-eyed men, like Regé-Jean Page from “Bridgerton,” Henry Golding from “Crazy Rich Asians,” and Pedro Pascal from “Mandalorian.” I’m going through a brown-eyed-obsession phase.
Song or Album that never fails to put you in a sexy mood:
Anything from Prince! I love having sex to Prince. I love masturbating to Prince. I love soaking in my jacuzzi to Prince.
Did I mention… Prince?
Fashion trend, item or designer collection that you find sensually appealing:
I agree with you. Tom Ford for the win!
Recently, I’ve become obsessed with fox eye makeup. That’s when you use your cosmetics to emulate an almond-shaped eye. I’m still experimenting and trying to figure out how to apply this look correctly on myself, but I certainly enjoy seeing it on other women. While wearing a mask, it’s a good idea to make your eyes look sensually appealing.
Film, show, scene or literature that you find erotic?
Speaking of Regé-Jean Page, “Bridgerton” was definitely something that put me in the mood when I was watching it. Those sex scenes are hot!
Lately, I’ve found myself fantasizing about Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf. It’s hard to reconcile that considering I’m a feminist, but allow me elaborate.
First off, I LOVE hairy men and I have a thing for werewolves. Most women seem to think vampires are sexy, but I have always been a fan of werewolves. Second, I don’t want to be tricked or coerced into sex, but I do like the idea of having a man sneak into my room, surprising me, and then I surprise myself by welcoming his presence in my bed. For me, it’s the good girl gone bad element. In my fantasy, Red LOVES the Big Bad Wolf’s invasion. Let’s be real, though. In real life, if a bad man snuck into my room, I’d beat the shit out of him before calling the cops!
I have been on a hunt (pun intended) for the right man to role play this fantasy with me. Can you believe I haven’t found a single guy??? It’s a pretty sexy fantasy, though. I’d have to play it out with someone special who makes me feel safe and who’s great in bed. No one has earned this experience, yet, but I have my fingers crossed that a strapping, hairy contender will come along.
I think Palm Springs is super sexy because of the desert heat, but nothing will get you in a sexy mood like the music, food, and people of New Orleans. So, I’m a fan of both.
Local Vegas spot that’s sexy to you:
Las Vegas in of itself is a sexy spot. I see the most attractive people at The Cosmopolitan, but we have newly opened hot-spots that I have yet to explore, so it’s hard to settle on a single sexy spot in Vegas. However, can I tell you about what I consider a sexy dessert in Las Vegas?
The lemon meringue pie at Bavette’s at Park is one sweet, sexy slice of heaven! The meringue is cloud-level soft, and if a fairy were to ejaculate in your mouth, this is probably what it would taste and feel like.
How have your opinions changed on what’s sexy to you throughout your life?
((As you’ve leveled up (aged) or because of the pandemic (for instance))?
Age has definitely affected my opinion of what’s sexy. When I was younger, I used to think of sexy in terms of outward appearance. I see now that sexiness comes from within. That type of wisdom can only come with age and experience.
The pandemic has affected my opinion of what I find sexy in men. That’s when I came to the notion of sexy men being men who know what they want. Too often, I encounter men on dating apps who don’t seem to have a clue as to what they want. They don’t even seem to know what they’re looking for on the dating app. That’s a big turnoff. Men who know themselves are sizzling hot. They’re also rare, but it took the pandemic for me to realize how important that quality is to me.
Laura Coronado runs a women’s lifestyle blog called “Lollie Shopping” and hosts a podcast called “There Are No Nice Guys,” where she talks about divorce, dating, and sex. She’s happily single in Las Vegas, and when she’s not browsing Tinder, Hinge, and Bumble for someone to be her Big Bad Wolf, she’s learning how to play Prince on her Paul Reed Smith guitar. Read her blog at LollieShopping.com and listen to her podcast episodes at ThereAreNoNiceGuys.com or on Spotify.
Laura’s Website: https://lollieshopping.com/
Her Podcast: https://therearenoniceguys.com/