Stories have the power to change the world. Fables, parables, tragedies, comedies, oral tales, campfire stories, books, poems, movies, TV shows, playground gossip, the list goes on. Stories of all kind help us understand the world around us. Without them, what would the human experience be like? That is a scenario I would not want to encounter.
Love stories especially have a special drawing power. They entice audiences into an intoxicating grasp. How else can you explain the immortal popularity of William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet?
The reason for this pseudo-philosophical introduction is to invite you to consider participating in a unique opportunity to tell your own story. I’m going to venture a guess that most of my readers are fans of female bodybuilders. More specifically, I’d say the vast majority of you are guys who are fans of female bodybuilders. Am I far off? I sure hope not.
So, here’s the deal: I was recently contacted by a representative of Waddell Media, a media production company based in Northern Ireland that creates documentaries and “specialist factual programmes” for UK, Irish and international audiences. Judging from Google Maps, their office is located in Belfast. I never heard of these folks before one of their employees contacted me last week, but they seem to be a legitimate professional media company that produces high quality work.
As you can expect, one of their upcoming projects deals with the subject of female bodybuilders and the men who love them. A huge surprise, isn’t it? Well, they obviously did a thorough Google search and randomly stumbled upon yours truly. The Internet can be a fascinating place. Where else can someone in Northern Ireland research guys who are into muscular women and run into a humble blogger from Seattle like me? What a world we live in!
I’m told they’re working on creating a TV documentary on the subject of female bodybuilders and love. They’ve already reached out to a few FBBs to ask them to be interviewed about dating and finding love in a world that can be either repulsed by or deeply fetishistic towards muscular women. They also want to interview guys who are actively searching for a muscular woman with which to settle down and have a relationship with.
At first they asked if I would be interested in being an interview subject. I told them I am not because I am not actually interested in dating or marrying a muscular woman. If one were to come into my life and spark my romantic interest, I would be all in. But I am not actively going down that path. So, they would like to know if any of YOU are interested in helping them out.
You would have to be comfortable to appear on camera. I don’t know exactly how they’ll work with folks who live outside of the UK, but I’m assuming with Skype freely available to most of us, that would be a viable solution to solving the problem of physical distance. But I will not speak for them. You can reach out to them directly if you feel compelled to participate in their TV project.
Are you searching for love? Are you seeking out a beautiful muscular woman to settle down with and call “The One?” If so, Waddell Media needs you! Will you lend a helping hand?
Interested applicants can contact Mairead Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01144 28904 27646. I am not familiar with making international telephone calls, but I’m going to venture a guess and say you might have to pay a bit to speak with Mairead on the phone. Just send her an e-mail. That would be much easier.
Good luck! I definitely look forward to watching this documentary whenever it’s completed. Perhaps I’ll get to see one of you getting your moment in the spotlight!
Are you ready for your close-up? You better be.
6 thoughts on “Are You Ready for Your Close-Up?”
Interesting project, & congratulations. As much as I’d like to be approached, & as semi – pseudo – eloquent as I might seem online, put me in front of a camera or a group of more than 25 – 30 people, & I become a perspiring, gibbering, stuttering NERVOUS WRECK. Pass, please.
But, like I said, congratulations.
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Interesting project ! Lucky bloke ! Publicity makes me nervous.
Thank you for reblogging! No need to congratulate me, as I am not participating in this TV project. I understand not being terribly comfortable with public speaking. Not everyone is cut out for that sort of thing.
But perhaps the nice people who are producing this documentary will find an adequate number of interested applicants who will eloquently convey their burning love for beautiful muscular women. We know they’re out there!
OH… NO… I’ve lasted 50 years of which I was personally bitten by the BUG 35 years ago that left a battle wound that is always present, little faded but still there. Female Muscledoom is like Hotel California, about the time you think you can check out you find your staying another night. I’ve been through a marriage, job, you name it, there is no way I would expose myself to the ridicule I’ve faced for getting bitten those 35 years ago. I am ever so grateful to my X who has never been so vindictive as to expose me. NO WAY!
I know they are trying to do a good idea. But We’ve all seen this stuff on past documentaries and or talk shows. It ends up being some stupid joke. They focus on the “bad” parts of it. And or the weird parts. No one ever actually does it in a good manor. Why would they? They get better exposure in using bad aspects of the subject. Even if the two subjects try to focus on the good. The editors are just gonna screw with your words. And put them over things that you didn’t mean.
How come I couldn’t find any official call for this on their website?