If that's the case, I'll admit it's pretty hard to find.It's pretty hard for any site these days (especially the big ones) to stop fake profiles and scammers from signing up, but I think I get what you're after.There are a lot of adult dating sites that don't have a lot of users, or use sneaky marketing tactics like the bait and switch you're referring to.We've all seen them - the ads show a bevy of beautiful women in your area, but when you sign up, you realize that the women were just ads that were geographically targeted to your search preferences.
“At the end of the day the kids are grown up, if they really don’t like what they see, they’re young adults, they’ll leave the building.” He says he’s careful at universities never to demean women and to prevent nudity.
The students abide as they gesture, half unconscious, and move in ways miming actions one would expect to see in a pornographic film. He’s performed close to 7000 shows at universities, including Dalhousie, Saint Mary’s, Mount A and Acadia..
Lee is a self-described “XXX-rated hypnotist,” but also offers a less racy “PG-rated” show to orientation week leaders. Even with the controversial nature of his show, Lee says he would estimate about three or four students out of 1000 might not enjoy the show, usually due to religious or moral beliefs.
“They think they’re a dog humping another dog,” he says “but visually to the audience it’s a person screwing a chair, you know what I mean.” “The kids love it,” Dougherty says, referring to his own performance at orientation weeks. You can speak to all the programmers on campus, my show is very fun, very safe, very clean.” But not everyone agrees.
The Dalhousie Student Union discontinued the use of a hypnotist a few years ago.