An honest politician? Candidate in Arizona governor race reveals details of kinky sex life
Politicians and sex scandals go together like peanut butter and jelly, but one Arizona gubernatorial candidate is trying to break the mold. Noah Dyer, running on a platform of honesty, has revealed all the details of his private life online.
Known as “Noé,” he’s the first Democrat to announce his candidacy for the 2018 Arizona governorship, where he will take on incumbent Republican Governor Doug Ducey.
Tired of “cleverly disclosed scandals that come out of the woodwork in the midst of campaigns mainly serve to divert and distract away from meaningful dialogue,” the 36 year old says on his website that he wants to have a real conversation with the people of Arizona. To do so, he revealed all the saucy details of his sex life in a section aptly titled “Scandal and Controversy.”
“Noah has had both deep and casual sexual experiences with all kinds of women. He is an advocate of open relationships,” the site reads.
“He’s had group sex and sex with married women. He has sent and received intimate texts and pictures, and occasionally recorded video during sex.”
A former teacher and marketing entrepreneur, Dyer doesn’t stop there, adding that he “has always been forthright with his partners. All of his relationships have been legal and consensual, never coercive, or abusive, and he condemns such behavior.”
“Noah is unapologetic about his sexual choices, and wishes others the same safety and confidence as they express themselves.”
Dyer’s honest insight into this life wasn’t all about the bedroom. The would-be governor has also revealed that he is divorced, heavily indebted due to student loans, pro-immigration, and, following the revelations of Edward Snowden, is a privacy advocate who once proposed to live his entire life on camera for a period of one year, but failed to meet his Kickstarter target.