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Not too long ago, a female blogger asked me for some career-related advice. One of her commenters had written her a long e-mail expressing his romantic interest in her, and she was unsure how to respond. Having never received such a missive myself, I didn’t have any personal experience to share with my fellow lady-blogger. Until now!

In response to some off-the-cuff criticism of R. Kelly I wrote eight months ago, a reader writes in:

You seem like you may have some sexual tension issues going on. I hate to sound superficial, but if you are as attractive as me (I’m pretty damn good looking) we should get together. This is a NSA offer only. I don’t wand to fuck every girl in the world, but your attitude added you to the list. Holla at me.

I still don’t have any advice for my friend on how to deal with her love-struck commenter. But I do have one tip for any blogger who finds herself on the receiving end of a booty-call from a reader who assumes the blogger to be a frigid but possibly extremely attractive woman who may be interested in no-strings-attached sex with an anonymous R. Kelly enthusiast: Hit publish!