Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down by Dangerous Lee

Virtual Book Tour
Thirty years ago, Rock Hudson, Hollywood’s favorite leading man, revealed to the entertainment world that he had AIDS! He had given this terrible disease a face and left many mourners when he died shortly after his revelation. What has transpired in the last thirty years is an awareness of the disease, common talk about it and gone is the Hollywood stereotype that nice guys can’t get aids. This disease knows no skin color, age or sexual orientation. 

Today, our visiting author Dangerous Lee has taken HIV and the fear of getting pregnant in a new direction. Her book “Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down” is Six Erotic Tales of Safe Sex.  This is her first book and first virtual book tour with Pump Up YourBook

Purchase the book in paperback or kindle edition at Amazon

About Dangerous Lee

Dangerous Lee is a certified HIV Prevention Specialist and HIV Testing Counselor with Wellness AIDS Services, Inc. of Flint, Michigan. Dangerous Lee is currently studying Psychology at Baker College Online and also has an interest in working with at risk youth. She lives in Burton, Michigan with her daughter.
In 2008, her short erotic story, Til Death Do Us Part, was featured in the New York Times Best Selling anthology, Succulent: Chocolate Flava 2, edited by Zane. In March of 2010, Dangerous Lee self-published her first book titled, Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down, a book of six erotic stories with an emphasis on HIV education.

Dangerous Lee’s claim to fame is the humor advice column, Ask Dangerous Lee, where she dished out advice and opinions on love, relationships, pop culture, and celebrities. Ask Dangerous Lee was published monthly in the now defunct Uncommon Sense newspaper and syndicated in various independent magazines and websites nationwide.

Ask Dangerous Lee, the column, lead to the Ask Dangerous Lee Live radio show on the Blog Talk Radio online network. For more than two years Dangerous Lee, along with her co-host hip hop artist Hassahn Phenomenon, featured celebrities on all sides of the entertainment and media spectrum.

Working as her own marketing team, Dangerous has secured close to 50 media features over the course of a year. Dangerous is also a contributing writer for actress Monique Coleman’s official website, and is the co-founder of Book Bizarre, an annual event that highlights self-published authors in Flint, Michigan

You can find Dangerous Lee at her website

About Keep Your Panties and Your Skirt Down
Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down is something that Dangerous Lee's grandmother used to say as a warning against having sex too soon. Those words were never forgotten and the advice is greatly needed, especially today. African Americans make up 13% of the U.S. population, but more than 50% of the new HIV cases are in the African American community. How can we change this? Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down answers this question, six different ways, erotically.

Read the Excerpt

"Self Love and Pain"

I am in love with myself. That’s right; I turn my damn self on. As
I stand here in my black lace bra and panties I am turned on by my
full-figured image. I love my body. I’ve had this love affair before, but
now it’s permanent.

Unfortunately, my boyfriend died of AIDS. I am HIV negative.
We always had safe sex. I knew he had AIDS, and Ialso knew how to
protect myself. Winston was honest with me from the very beginning
and I made the decision after dating and getting to know him for three
months that I wanted to make love to him until the day AIDS took
his life.

Doesn’t sound romantic? That’s because you’re the type that
believes in fairy tales. Has a knight in shining armor ever tried to get
your phone number? Hell no! Real knights are usually in rusted armor
that require several cans of oil.

When I met Winston he appeared healthy as a race horse. Before
he got himself cleaned up and drug free he was an intravenous drug
user who shared needles with other IV drug users. By the time I met
him he was a very successful business man looking to make each
moment count.