You don’t put three guys and a gal together on one stage without expecting the occasional double-entendre.
However, behind the scenes, “The All New Dating Game” is so antiseptic that it is almost asexual.
Binazir makes the point that smart kids tend to come from smart families and that those families are usually achievement-oriented, but this could also hold true for smart kids with families that are struggling-financially or educationally that end up with an especially bright child: Regardless of the family’s history, parents want to make sure they’re setting their children up for success and making the most of their lives, so they’re going to push a child who shows signs of brilliance to capitalize on that.
But often this comes at the cost of learning to relate and connect to other people, and learn social and emotional intelligence. Binazir touches on the importance of the dance of polarity between the masculine and feminine in creating attraction, and how you must slow down your analytical mind and move energy and feeling into your heart and your groin.
“I’m not going to say we kissed, I’m not going to say we didn’t kiss,” he stated, dodging the weighty issue.