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Living a Sex Positive Life Podcast Episode 44

In this episode of Living a Sex Positive Life, John and Angelique talk to author Xavior Zevon about his book Crazy Chick Magnet, and why he wrote this hilarious non-fiction autobiography. The two can not believe some of his stories, yet at the same time, they can. He really makes you feel his emotions throughout the book. 

Xavior Zevon Bio

I was born a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, but I ultimately grew up in Little Rock and central Florida. My parents divorced when I was young, so I mostly grew up with my mom and sister. I was quite the nerdy kid and I was picked on quite a bit, and even bullied on occasion. I grew up in a time, where it seemed to be quite unhip to be a virgin and for the longest time I thought that I might always be unhip. In the meantime, I formed a very close and personal relationship with music and I soaked it all in. I could spend all day thumbing through the records at the record store and then when I discovered MTV, I was in absolute heaven. With that, I began my road of passion with music knowledge and became a bit of an expert in the history of rock n’ roll.

Nothing stays the same forever though, and I eventually came into my own and randomly started getting girls to hang out with me until I ultimately got one to share her pleasure treasures with me and it was on from there. I then began my journey with the opposite sex. By the time I reached my early 20s, I already had a multitude of relationships and one night stands, but then I moved in with a girl and accidentally knocked her up and became a father. We got married but that wasn’t meant to be, and then I was back to the road of love and loss that I have continued to this day.

In the meantime, I have been to college six times and my highest degree is a Master’s in Educational Counseling. I have also served our country in the United States Air Force, which I did for a little over six years. I served during 9/11 and at the beginning of the Gulf War. I also tried my hand at marriage a second time, which also wasn’t meant to be. That relationship ended about 14 years ago and that was when I really started working hard at getting my life together and whatever flaws I felt I needed to work on straightened out as much as one can. I am currently in a relationship with a girl that I have known most of my life, and we are building a life together that seems to work for the two of us.


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