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The Genuine Man, Part 2: The Myth of The Heartless Player

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By: Hector Castillo

Mar 18, 2015

The heartless player is a staple of all manner of romantic fiction – yet this armor is donned to protect weakness, rather than augment strength.

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Is Casual Sex Okay?

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By: Alek Rolstad

Feb 27, 2015

Casual sex is fun, fantastic, and freeing. Yet, what risks of harm does the act present to societies and individuals?

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How to Host an After-Party (That Gets You Laid)

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By: Alek Rolstad

Jan 23, 2015

To host an after-party that attracts the hottest, horniest girls in town, you need the elements in place – plus a feeling of exclusivity. Building this is easier than it sounds.

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How to Handle Confrontational Women and Scenarios

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By: Chase Amante

Dec 23, 2014

Sometimes – rarely – you’ll meet confrontational men or confrontational women who want to turn your approach into a battle. What do you do when this happens?

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Why We Don’t Live in a Sexual Utopia

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By: Alek Rolstad

Nov 30, 2014

In a sexually utopia, anything would go and pleasure would become unchained. But would such a world be beneficial to the seducer – or not?

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When You Should React vs. When You Should Not

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By: Chase Amante

Nov 19, 2014

Staying unreactive is a wonder drug for most risky social situations. Yet sometimes if you do not react, you are hanging friends – or yourself.

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Why Talking Less is (Usually) Best

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By: Chase Amante

Oct 29, 2014

Being a good talker helps tremendously with women. However, if you’re not a RESPONSIVE talker, you’ll do yourself in more often than not.

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Classroom Body Language Part II: Positioning and More

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By: Cody Lyans

Oct 25, 2014

Should you sit next to her? What should you do before class? And is it ever the right move to change seats near her mid-class? These are all good questions…

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Dealing with People Who Want You to “Prove Yourself”

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By: Chase Amante

Sep 17, 2014

It sucks being asked to prove yourself. It can be hard to say no to, and if you do comply you can never win. So what SHOULD you do?

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Why Societies Impose Sexual Moralism on Their Members

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By: Alek Rolstad

Aug 31, 2014

Many with staunchly held morals sputter into circular reasoning when questioned. But just because some don’t know the “why”s doesn’t mean there aren’t any.

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How to Be Respected by Men and Women Alike

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By: Chase Amante

Aug 29, 2014

So you want to know how to be respected? Well, you see, partner, there’re two sorts: that respect you EARN, and that respect you DEMAND.

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How to Say No to Others and Turn Down Compliance

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By: Chase Amante

Aug 13, 2014

How do you say no to people asking you to do things you don’t want to do? And how important is it that you say no to requests like these?

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Don’t Get Too Comfortable with Your Friends

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By: Cody Lyans

Aug 12, 2014

When you’re out to meet girls, it’s easy to fall into the trap of hanging out with the boys. To get success though, you must break this habit.

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On Sexual Freedom

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By: Alek Rolstad

Jun 28, 2014

A philosophical discussion of the merits of sexual freedom. How far should it go – and what are the effects on individuals within it?

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Do You Lead Conversations… Or Leave Others Hanging?

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By: Cody Lyans

Jun 27, 2014

Many people bumble their way through conversations, hoping others will help them out. But SOMEONE needs to lead… could it be you?

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