“My husband pressured me into sex for years” #DontGetMarried

There is a vile article on Vox.com, “My husband pressured me into sex for years. #MeToo must include sexual assault in marriage,” which I’m not going to link but you can find if you must hate-read it. You get the basic idea from the headline. The article dovetails nicely with Rollo Tomassi’s point, “You cannot … Continue reading ““My husband pressured me into sex for years” #DontGetMarried”

Location and logistics, married guys

A reader asks for more, “I know this is a terrible topic but . . . game for married guys seeking extramarital experiences.” I don’t think this is my area of expertise but here goes. Point one is, “Don’t get married,” but that’s already done so we’ll ignore it. Always start from where you are, … Continue reading “Location and logistics, married guys”

“The Married Woman Who’s Been Cheating for 6 Years”

“The Married Woman Who’s Been Cheating for 6 Years.” Like I’ve said, don’t get married. The risk-reward ratio is way out of whack. Notice that she’s trying to conceive while at the same time having an affair. I’ve written this before, but there is a real chance that a woman I met at a business … Continue reading ““The Married Woman Who’s Been Cheating for 6 Years””

Really, really, don’t get married–take it from a woman

I spoke of Esther Perel’s book, The State of Affairs, last year, but I was looking at it again after recommending it to a friend. Somehow I missed this the first time through: Danica is hardly the first woman who shuts down at home and wakes up outside. Hers is archetypal tale of the muting of … Continue reading “Really, really, don’t get married–take it from a woman”

“What Sleeping With Married Men Taught Me About Infidelity”

“What Sleeping With Married Men Taught Me About Infidelity” doesn’t go full Red Pill, but it gets closer than is typical. This also supports my basic point: don’t get married. Some guys still believe that long-term monogamy is possible today. I don’t. Once a guy accepts that, a lot of other things will fall into … Continue reading ““What Sleeping With Married Men Taught Me About Infidelity””

Types of girls and dangers of most seduction techniques

Redpill and seduction communities are focused on hot young party girls. And that’s fine! Great, even. I’ve spent loads of time chasing and attempting to f**k and sometimes even f**king these girls, so I’m well familiar with them and why redpill and seduction guys give the advice they (we) do. But the girls who have … Continue reading “Types of girls and dangers of most seduction techniques”

Women hate the demystification of romance: commodities, artisans, and the game

Women hate game but simultaneously women hate guys with no game. Players look at this and initially think it makes no sense, because on the surface it doesn’t; women should want guys to learn game and learn how to please women instead of repulsing women with awkward banter, technical talk, sports talk, terrible fashion, etc. … Continue reading “Women hate the demystification of romance: commodities, artisans, and the game”

Two points on loneliness, family, and evolutionary biology

I have often banged on about evolutionary biology, it being the theoretical and intellectual core underlying game, as guys have evolved to like young hot chicks and chicks have evolved to like guys with skills, knowledge, resources, height, and status. But we are also an evolutionary puzzle, Humans are almost unique in having menopause; most … Continue reading “Two points on loneliness, family, and evolutionary biology”

“The DIY Divorce: How I got divorced without hiring a lawyer”

“The DIY Divorce: How I got divorced without hiring a lawyer” is yet another “Don’t get married” article. Why would men sign up for such a terrible deal in the first place? This woman also makes the mistakes of trying to make it in a media glamor industry (same problem as “The Intern Who Doesn’t Have … Continue reading ““The DIY Divorce: How I got divorced without hiring a lawyer””

“Women, more than men, tend to feel stultified by long-term exclusivity”

The Atlantic is now warning men to not get married: “The Bored Sex: Women, more than men, tend to feel stultified by long-term exclusivity—despite having been taught that they were designed for it.” This should be a familiar point to any regular reader here, where you have been warned many times to not get married. When … Continue reading ““Women, more than men, tend to feel stultified by long-term exclusivity””