Noel Leon: How To Get The Lady Of Your Dreams

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You might have heard of the name Noel Leon once or twice before, as the brunette bombshell has been featured in numerous magazines and on websites that have most definitely gotten her tons of attention. Like, seriously, with over 963,000 Instagram followers, you don't need to be a rocket scientist to see that people really adore Noel.

Well, guess what? We had the chance to talk with Noel to get some dating advice and, yep, we were "smooth" enough to actually have her give some top-notch motivation — so you might want to remember this, guys, because getting the lady of your dreams is a reality!

So, to help you get that woman, read what Noel Leon wrote below, fellas.

Summer is ending and "cuffing season" is now on the horizon. Did the steamiest summer of flings leave much to be desired, or did it literally blow your mind? Perhaps you spent hours in unrequited love with your Instagram model crush, or texting tantalizing tinder matches to no avail. News flash: You have a shot with “the girl of your dreams” this cuffing season!

Shockingly, most women only portray what they believe society teaches them is attractive: overlining their lips while posing, ass out, duck-faced. But, beyond the endless cookie-cutter sexual selfies on her page, there's more to her than you could ever imagine.

Revealing your own unique mind and personality will make her comfortable enough to do the same, which is enough to catch her attention. She will actually respect a pickup line of substance rather than a cliché display of flashiness. Most guys have been conditioned to believe that rock hard abs and an expensive car is enough to win over any lady. But, guess what, that's not true! Millions have expensive cars and ripped abs, but there is no one else like you. It’s time we value each other for more than ostentatious material attributes that are a dime a dozen.

Breaking down cultural norms through vulnerability will serve as a catalyst for fantastic dating experiences.

Judith Butler perfectly explained: “We act as if that being of a man or that being of a woman is actually an internal reality or something that is simply true about us, a fact about us, but actually it's a phenomenon that is being produced all the time and reproduced all the time, so to say gender is performative is to say that nobody really is a gender from the start.”

Women and men are a lot more similar than we’re taught. Forging amazing unexpected connections with one another and even just approaching the girl that's “out of your league” becomes a lot easier once this is realized.

For guys, social media continues to exacerbate “dating” as a game of numbers: number of girls you can swipe on Tinder, the number on your bank statement, number of reps at the gym to get ripped for your crush. Additionally, for both sexes, social media hacks our minds to constantly search for the next best thing: constantly checking our phones for likes on our latest post while searching for the next best photo to post, the next place to go for FOMO (fear of missing out) based off our friends’ status updates, the next best girl to date based off the constant feed of tits and ass.

But, we have it wrong. If we never reveal our true selves to one another, the next best girl isn’t really the next best but merely a variation of the same vapid “Instagram model type” over and over again. How are we to break the cycle and evolve past endless Tinder swiping that is so fatally banal?

As Ashton Kutcher said in A Lot Like Love, “Honestly, if you’re not willing to sound stupid, you don’t deserve to be in love.”

Score your dream girl this cuffing season by dating with the most genuine confidence and refreshing originality. More simply put: Be YOU!

See more sexy pictures of Noel Leon by following her on Instagram.

Lead image via Instagram/noelleoninsta.

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