29
Oct
2013

[Video] ‘New Atlanta’s’ Vawn Sims Explains the Need For Multiple Women

Written by tjbwriteratlanta in Blog

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Are monogmous men a dying breed?

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According to new reality star Vawn Sims, there’s a more interesting, honest point of view concerning romantic relationships. And it certainly has some of us talking, which is the point, right? This week, the ‘New Atlanta’ reality star visited Bethenny, weighing in on his point of view on why he refuses to commit and ‘deal’ with only woman. And from what we can tell, his lack of commitment has everything to do with being hurt in the past. He explained:

I keep bouncing dating from one woman to the next woman to the next woman not trying to commit because when I commit I give everything that I have..I was in love I gave everything that I had from the deepest pathos of my body. I committed and I gave everything that I could and I walked into my house coming from LA and she was in the bed having sex with ex-boyfriend. Until you are in the right season in your to want to be able to be able to give everything to that union, you’re gonna have jebs and flows its the see-saw of love. But you got to be willing to fight for it, I was willing to fight. Now, I’m not just gonna do it. A dog is someone who is like a player who tells a woman that he wants something that he don’t want and only going after his physical need, to get what he wants to get. Its not about physical get past that point…Whatever you want to do figure out your GPS, the guided personal system thats tailor made for you.
He continued:
I think its all shapes, sizes and types. We’e all born males and we have to grow into men and until we grown into that man and to be able to run from temptation, everybody can have that opinion of saying that choice that I cheated. It doesn’t matter if he works a blue collar job, doesn’t matter if he is at Fridays [the restaurant] or if he an athlete or have a lot of money.
Check out the full clip here.

Interesting perspective or pure foolishness? [Bethenny]