Seduction is, in its highest form, far more than a one-note, wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am skill: it's a ritual with a complex set of rules. It can't be too aggressive, or the element of beguiling is lost in the relentless advances; but neither should it be too refined, too unobtrusive because then the interplay between the two protagonists is lost.
From Casonova to Errol Flynn, and women too such as Catherine The Great, the art of seduction has played a mojor role in many different social classes.It is said that you do not have to be beautiful or handsome to seduce the opposite sex. Really? Then what is is the secret to being a successful seducer?
Casonova's technique? Discover a lady in trouble; be attentive; extricate her from her difficulty; bestow small gifts; use alluring words; make hay; get bored; exit stage left.
Catherine The Great? Employing a former lover to do the work for you: after her affair with Potemkin, he would select a candidate-lover for her who had both the looks and the intelligence to hold Catherine's interest.
Errol Flynn? If the expression "in like Flynn" really does refer to him, then that says it all.
So "WHAT IS THE ART OF SEDUCTION?" Let's find out on DPRADIOXL, Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at 8pm.
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