American Geisha Wisdom and Practices in Your Love Life and Marriage

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Py Kim Conant, self-proclaimed as the first American Geisha, and Korean author of "Sex Secrets of an American Geisha: How to Attract, Satisfy and Keep Your Man," makes her TV appearance in Seattlet on Wednesday, April 16, on Komo TV (ABC network)"s "Northwest Afternoon." The American Geisha speaks fearlessly about what most American men miss in their relationships.

Py Kim Conant, self-proclaimed as the first American Geisha, and author of "Sex Secrets of an American Geisha: How to Attract, Satisfy and Keep Your Man," makes her TV appearance in Seattle on Monday, April 16, on Komo TV (ABC TV)'s "Northwest Afternoon."

On the "Northwest Afternoon" TV talk show Conant shares her geisha secrets on how to have a long successful marriage, such as her recommendation that a woman create a small bedroom shrine to celebrate her love and respect for her Good Man's manhood. She also talks about how women should adopt a "geisha consciousness" regarding men, using Asian geisha techniques to attract, satisfy and keep their men happy and in love forever.

At 4'9" Conant reminds one of Dr. Ruth, another "sexpert" of tiny height and foreign accent. And like Dr. Ruth, Conant comes across larger than her short stature suggests, fearlessly interacting with radio callers, and even having her own guest segment, "Sex With Py," on Free-FM (CBS Radio) in the Los Angeles area.

"People think that I am Americanized because I talk about sex so openly. But do most American women talk about sex like I do? They don't. I am not a stereotypical Asian woman either. Maybe you can tell. I'm not shy and passive, nor do I think any women should be."

While she calls herself a feminist at work, Conant believes that in her personal and love life, a woman should be a "feminine-ist," operating out of her femininity in contrast to the man's masculinity. "Yes, opposites do attract," she says. And, she adds, "Femininity gives a woman power. Imagine how powerful a beautiful, feminine, sexy woman is in her relationships with men."

Despite the book's title, Conant, who is Korean, says that "Sex Secrets of an American Geisha" is really more at a self-help book for women who want to find and marry what she calls a "Good Man," within the next 18 months. "Geisha are very sexy, not very sexual. Sex should only come with greater commitment from the man," says Conant.

"A lot of what I have to say is not politically correct, but I believe my suggestions are practically correct; for instance, I believe that focusing on her beauty, femininity, and classy sexiness can help a woman to bring Good Men into her life, one of which perhaps she'll later even choose to marry."

Although written for a female audience, Conant says, "I was surprised to find that what I wrote in the book seemed to appeal to a lot of men, who call me on the radio and write me at MySpace.com, saying they wish the women in their lives would treat them so well. I think American men miss femininity in many American women. Women don't know how empowering their femininity is in the relationship with men."

In her view, "What American men miss most in their women is a comfortableness in relaxing into their most feminine selves. I think men want their women to be more feminine. And when I talk with men, that's what they tell me. You know, men are simple creatures. They'll be so happy if we're all just a little bit more beautiful, feminine, and classily sexy."

Watch "Northwest Afternoon" on Monday April 16, from 3 PM to 4 PM (Pacific Time) at http://www.komotv.com/nwa

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Py Kim Conant, author of "Sex Secrets of an American Geisha: How to Attract, Satisfy and Keep Your Man" (Hunter House, 2007)

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