I've talked about this a bit here and there. But today I'd like to highlight it specifically (and clearly).
You (yes you, the reader) are suffering from selection bias in the women you date.
Your opinions about women form from a subsection of all women that is almost certainly not comprehensive.
Further, even if you've experienced a broad cross section of women over time, if your seductions of late have been limited to a smaller cross section of women (and any chunk of your seductions across any discrete chunk of time will likely have been), selection bias has crept in whether you realize it or not.
Selection bias is subtle but sometimes insidious. It can lead men to sweeping, inaccurate beliefs about women they don't realize are inaccurate at a broad scale.
Right now, I'd like to highlight how selection bias in dating works, to help you be aware, and allow you to shield yourself from the downsides of this mental glitch we all possess.