The Average American Male

April 7, 2007

The nameless protagonist of Chad Kultgen’s The Average American Male is a thirtysomething L.A. bachelor who, outwardly, plays the role expected of modern men: he’s sensitive, empathetic, a good listener. In reality, he spends most of his time thinking up ways to get sex from women, whom he considers to be needy, vapid and across-the-board annoying. He has a girlfriend, Casey, who believes they will someday get married; he intends to dump her when the next hot chick will have him. Until then, he spikes her Diet Cokes with breast-augmenting drugs, tells her he loves her so she’ll give him blowjobs and promises to marry her whenever she seems doubtful.

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