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3 Sex Gambits: Good/Bad Sex, Sex is Unfair, and the Dark Side

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Use these 3 sex gambits in conversation with women you meet to put their minds squarely on sex… in a very good way.

Hey, guys. I hope you are doing great.

Today I decided it was time to get practical again and share some very simple techniques that will allow you to achieve so much – and be easy to pull off. Intermediate players should have few problems pulling these off, and beginners (as long as you are comfortable enough to keep a conversation going with a girl) should also be able to make some of these techniques work.

Now, just as every other technique I have shared in the past, these serve as examples. Yes, you may use the techniques shared more or less word by word – they have all been tested multiple times with great success – but the key thing is to understand the underlying principles and use those techniques as inspiration for your own material. If you want to use a technique as presented, that’s up to you, but I think it is key to understand the underlying concepts no matter what.

The techniques I am about to share will follow more or less similar structures and principles (I will cover all of them in a minute), and they should help you keep the conversation going – a conversation that:

Sound good? Let’s get on with it.

Alek RolstadAbout the Author: Alek Rolstad

Alek Rolstad launched his pickup career at age 14, an early starter and seduction savant. His unique style of game focuses on “sex talk”: a way to make sex the primary topic of conversation. Sex talk lets the user excite girls rapidly, and filter for girls open to fast, raunchy, kinky one-night stands and sex. You can learn from Alek, the master and originator of sex talk himself, by booking a 1-hour phone consultation with him.



Anonymous's picture

I'm 17 and have been following this site for over a year. I've put work into building fundamentals and have taken up a few of your mindsets and philosophies.

In a small school like mine, everyone knows everyone in one way or another. Women are all aloof or just "nice" around me in part because my reputation precedes me as being really loud and annoying, not much has changed but now I'm known as annoying for defying my peers when they try to tell me what to do and I do the opposite so occasionally they act offended to even something as simple as saying no to throwing garbage away for them.

I approach occasionally, but always get a polite (sometimes not very polite) no I got x thing to do. A lot of the reason i don't approach more is mostly out of fear due to scarcity of available women.

College is coming soon and I'm wondering, how can I prepare to improve myself with seduction? My closer friends are a group with only women (save me) in it. I've learned how to be aware and give off body language. I can even approach women with little fear in every place it seems but at my school AND get positive feedback. But that opportunity is so rare for me to be able to go outside of school its hard to get good end results because of the lack of enough approaches. What advice can you give to someone like me to build upon approaching women and getting better end results?

Alek Rolstad's picture

Hey there. In your case of high school you have to focus on social circle game - which means you should not apply polarizing routines like these entailing sex. You should do small baby steps, befriend people build social momentum and status and base your attraction on that.

Don't use your school as a practice ground for seduction, as one mistake can take you many step back. Practice in clubs or in the street with stranger, because only then can you be allowed to fail - and there you have the opportunity to try out these gambits. At school, just befriend as many as possible, play it safe, and get invited to parties. At parties, the rules change and you may meet a new girl through your social circle.

Check out Hector's post on getting laid in college, and read up further on social circle seduction.


John Donald's picture

So how would I go about using these if I'm a virgin? Which means I have no sexual proof and low SMV. How would using a gambit be to have sex with a girl for the first time?

Alek Rolstad's picture

Well if you are a virgin you should focus primarily on your fundamentals and get laid. Once that is done, you get your fundamentals down and make sure they are tight. Once you have been able to get a few lays you may get the minimum experience required to pull of such routines.

These routines are not for beginners, as mentioned in the post, they are for more advanced seducers.

You can also do the lying route, although i wouldn't do it as i am a terrible lier. I also don't enjoy lying. But if you have no problems pulling it off, why not give it a shot?


blogster's picture

All three gambits pander to modern 3rd wave politically correct feminism. By identifying with the feminine position, you come across as an obsequious beta male gimp hoping to score points to get into her pants. Sayings such as "a crappy lock is opened by many keys, but a master key can unopen many locks" etc. exist because they are based on undeniable differences between the sexes. I far prefer Chase's approach of simply being non-judgemental of her sexuality and let her reveal herself.

Alek Rolstad's picture

Sexual liberation and feminism are not the same thing necessarily. In seduction we have a thing called pacing... which is the pre-requisite for leading (properly). The end game is leading her state into a state of desire, connection and passion. Leading her emotions is NOT a feminine thing to do, but what all good seducers throughout the history have done (at least many of them). But again, if this ain't your style, fair enough.

I don't follow the whole feminist thing debate. simply doesn't interest me much. Sorry.


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