Don’t know why, but I was thinking back to high school and remembered a kind of weird dark pattern: a couple would start dating and the girl would refuse sex. Eventually they’d break up. Then she’d go f**k another guy right away, sometimes the next weekend. It actually happened to me, with a hot girl when I was a senior and she was a junior.
I still don’t have a great theory as to why girls do this, but I saw it often enough to make me think it’s pretty common. Red Pill and player guys know that, when a woman denies sex and is not progressing adequately towards it, she should be dropped. Young high school guys usually take a while to get to the same place. I guess high school girls think they can get the attention without providing the sex, and when that turns out not to be a viable option, they go out and just give the sex, leaving young high school guys confused, as I was.
I went to a high school with a pretty wide range of people in it, from hardcore atheists whose parents had been in communes at various points to hardcore Christians, most of whom claimed to wait until marriage. Typically the hardcore Christians married in their late teens or early 20s, then divorced a few years later. Some of them “made a mistake” in high school. Sometimes a lot of mistakes.
There were the typical groups of jocks, nerds, band people, etc. Who was f**king who was the primary topic of conversation among most people. I think I missed, barely, the hysterical college admissions race stuff that seems to occupy a lot of students today.
Hint: What you do in college and with your life matters infinitely more than the college you go to.
Players typically have a three-date rule, where if sex doesn’t happen by date three they bail. There can be exceptions for when the girl is progressing adequately but is not quite there yet. For high school guys, though, the timeline will probably be longer for some girls, but I’d wager that if she’s not f**king by six to eight weeks of dating, it’s time to move on. I had some problems with my game in high school and early college, but this precise problem wasn’t usually one of them.