Harlen Kelly

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  1. @Preety_India Read the post again, do it comprehensively this time.
  2. You did not even understand my post, which is rather expectable.
  3. This says more about you than it does about men.
  4. You have alluded to this numerous times on the forum. I don't think this information is particularly relevant to anybody here.
  5. @StarStruck Spend the least amount of money possible before closing, if you decide to spend a significant amount of money on a chick, make sure that she is already invested in the relationship and that you have already nailed her. You can spend a bit of money here and there ONLY to facilitate the logistics for the pull, the sooner you nail her the better. If a chick that you haven't closed yet is too financially demanding, stop contacting her. There are hundreds of millions of beautiful women everywhere, you need to hammer this in your mind. There is an excess of women, not a lack thereof.
  6. Give a concrete example of something you considered misogynistic..
  7. @Preety_India The same way guys deal with rejection, getting over it. By the way, you don't necessarily have to make the first move as a woman, just make sure you look up to part, exercise regularly and have regular interactions with the guy you are interested in without being overly direct. You can be direct if you want but it's not needed.
  8. It's actually simpler than that. Most guys are "good guys" women are simply not turned on (particularly the very attractive ones) by them. The solution? Don't screen so hard for the biggest players and open yourself up for the "nice" guy. And if you will screen hard for a man who is very emotionally stimulating, don't be surprised when he turns out to be a total douchebag. Men who are very emotionally stimulating adopt that behavioral pattern by banging lots of women, unlike the stereotypical nice guy.
  9. Hahahhhahahha, this cracked me up.
  10. Lol, is this satire!?
  11. Instead you should attract them, pull them and nail them.
  12. @SamC "How is it a predictable feuture? Why is it not a bug. Tell me more, that's sounds interesting XDXD" That's how dense idiological positions operate. "I feel missunderstood by woman and think that I will be healed when woman understand me." You will be healed by turning inwards and becoming more conscious, not by looking for validation or acceptance from women (or from anybody for that matter). Additionally, trying to get validation or acceptance from women is one of the most unattractive things you can do, it's a loser's game.
  13. That's not a bug, that's a feature. A predictable feature. Question, why do you consider it so paramount for the male perspective to be understood or accepted by women? Why is that important for you?
  14. This assertion presupposes that the LGBT+ community is dangerous. How exactly are they dangerous? Elaborate...
  15. @trenton Largely because of demographic change.
  16. Gurl power!
  17. @Preety_India You are not understanding the context Preety. My post says that a woman whom you have to wait 3 months to sleep with is not regarded as a ''high value'' woman by most men, she is just automatically discarded because most men would not wait that long. A select few, guys who are not used to getting female attention and don't have any options, would wait that long. That was my assertion, which I think is a pretty reasonable, plausible assertion. Women on average tend to have more options than men, I never implied otherwise. And by the way, there are millions of guys who don't have any options and would wait that long.
  18. @Preety_India Ok, and how exactly did you make the jump from that to ''women don't have any options''? I am genuinely confused.
  19. When did I ask you that? Tag it please, let me see it. Which one of my assertions implied that women don't have any options? tag it.
  20. What? Are you trolling or did you not understand my response?
  21. A woman's survival lies in getting impregnated by a man to pass on her genes. No man. No genes. You haven't made any point yet.
  22. So is the man's survival, your point?