Type of woman: The Liberal Health Nut
If you find yourself on the typically lively streets of 'Frisco, you're in the country's very hub of liberalism and materialism (which creates a bizarre dichotomy). That being said, you need to be on the lookout for the woman who eats PowerBars and operates a Blackberry simultaneously, and who is happy to promote the latest Democratic-headed bill. There are plenty of professionals with very vocal opinions on everything, and they also have a thing for looking good and, yes, looking for a little bit of experimenting here and there. If you've ever wanted to try something that was out of the question back home, something that would seem strictly taboo just about anywhere else outside of Amsterdam, head to San Francisco. You'll likely find a woman who'll be willing to try absolutely anything, provided you're capable of handling the approach
Supposedly, the motto of this city is tolerance, so feel free to use your most effective pickup tactic. There isn't much of a requirement there, but be wary of these women: Many are self-proclaimed "strong" women who are often on the lookout for male predators, so perhaps the friend and "I know where you're coming from" strategy is your best bet at first.
Type of woman: The Southern Belle
Granted, if we're talking about Mardi Gras, you'll meet just about every sort of woman, and 99 of them are there for only one reason. You don't need to be a Player to score at the country's biggest party, but any time outside of that massive event will be a bit more challenging. That whole "Southern hospitality" thing is a touch exaggerated, but it shouldn't be difficult to locate that adorable, buxom little belle—one who simply wants to have some fun and one who isn't afraid to play the role of "hospitable seductress." And remember: This isn't a fictitious setting; these girls aren't staying home with ma and pa, feedin' the hogs in cutoff jeans and responding with wide-eyed glee to outsiders. No, they frequent the clubs just like anywhere else, and they're typically very fond of a (forgive the cliched Southern expression) roll in the hay.
You may still want to play up your sophistication, though. It holds a great deal of cache in the South, despite how inaccurate many of those archaic stereotypes really are. The smooth businessman from up North remains exotic for the women in New Orleans, so why avoid the obvious persona?