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First and foremost, I want to sincerely thank my husband for taking part in this series. In case you missed it, I’ve written before about how to look French, but reader Rayni has the following question for Tom: Before I start, I just wanted to share this disclaimer: This post reflects only my opinion which is based on my own experiences.

In one image she wears only a skimpy pair of undies as she twerks. These days she says she is an artist who goes by Sophie B. is a 27-year-old artist, born and raised in France.'Since her younger years she’s been traveling and studying abroad, which greatly influenced her art.

She also seems to not be shy when rubbing her backside. She exhibited in cities like NYC, Milan, and London.'Her style is a mix of surrealism and symbolism with influences of pop art.'She uses various media such as oil paint, acrylic, or pastels and mixes them together to express strong emotions.'She likes to paint about what women of her generation go through.

Curious minds want to know what French guys think about all kinds of things, so today, my husband, Tom, is kicking off a new series called The Frenchman speaks: Ask Tom Tuesdays.

I’m often asked what my husband thinks about American culture, food, the people and more.