We've all heard the expression "sex, drugs and rock'n'roll" - to which we want to add a fourth: beautiful women. Rock'n'roll has always attracted its share of starry eyed beauties, all clamoring to be that one woman in the crowd that the lead singer notices and invites backstage. No self-respecting rocker would be caught between sets without a least a few gorgeous girls draped all over him - in fact, the frequency with which young babes throw themselves at rock stars is usually the number one reason guys all want to become one. So what's the attraction? Sure, there's money and fame, but rich CEO's have those and you don't see teenage girls lining up to strip for those guys. One of the main reasons is that musicians, like athletes and movie stars, are talented at something. They can create songs that melt the heart, or rock the soul, inspire and entertain. And only the very best of the best (or luckiest of the luckiest) achieve stardom in the world of professional music, so that sets them apart as truly special men as well. And lastly, rock stardom fairly oozes with sexuality and abandon, and as we've seen countless times, anything that allows women to be sexual - and be appreciated for it - is welcomed by women whether they know the reason or not. So what can a non-rock star man learn from this? Use your unique talents to impress a woman, and once she's interested, allow her to embrace her sexuality without double standards, societal expectations, or guilt. If you do, you'll have your own 'groupie' all over you before you can say "stairway to heaven."