The pick up artist dating show
Sorry to be so frank..." And there's a certain kind of man that takes advantage of this.
And no self respecting woman would want anything to do with him anymore than she would a rapist. There was a time in my not-so-misspent youth that I was pretty good at this (I am somewhat ashamed to admit this now, frankly).
Some of these individuals suggest, as Blanc does, that they use techniques that subvert a target’s autonomy.
There is nothing unusual, of course, about thinking of ways to win over a romantic interest.
(Perhaps because I simply avoided the ones with 'daddy issues' and all the rest.) I found that those women who had great self-respect, were intelligent and secure in themselves were actually easier to manipulate - yes, easier - than most others. Frankly, I'm a guy and I don't really "get" the whole PUA thing.While I can't be 100% sure why that's the case, I wonder if it isn't because that they think they can't be fooled because they know how the game is played. It seems to assume women don't want sex unless they're "manipulated" into it. If you have a lot of women friends and genuinely like women and treat them well, you'll have more opportunities for sex than you can handle.By contrast, the PUA thing seems really boring -- you're having sex with someone you don't really have a friendship with, and you're just telling them BS.Pick up gurus like the one mentioned in this article are not telling the truth about pick up.And I am somewhat puzzled that the author of this article didn't mention that this person's motive is just to appear as shocking as possible in order to: i) get attention for the product "service" they want to sell ii) do not represent a grown community that developed a lot in the past 5 years I'd ask of the reader: don't believe all the crap guys like this "show" and "tell" about pick-up to sell their product it's fake and made for marketing.