In our ongoing exploration of Female State Control (FSC), we’ve identified several causes and solutions. But wait, there’s more! Let’s fill in those missing pieces.
Welcome back! This is a continuation of our discussion on Female State Control (FSC). If you'd like to catch up, here are the articles to date:
- Female State Control (FSC): Theoretical Causes and Effects
- Female State Control (FSC): Preemptive Measures
- Female State Control (FSC): Social Frame and Comfort
- Female State Control Vaccines: Social Frame
- The Social Dynamics of Female State Control in Pickup
- Female State Control Vaccines: Rapport and Fractionation
- Female State Control Vaccines: Investment
- How to Take Women Home Without Having the Right Social Frame
- Social Acceptability and Sexual Acceptability in Dating
- How Too Much High Value Can Trigger Female State Control
Last week, we mentioned other social factors that can trigger Female State Control that are not related to a lack of social frame. Today we will discuss other reasons why women may hold themselves back and control their state when they are getting aroused by you.
If you’ve been tagging along up until now, you probably know that FSC and social frame are subjects I’ve discussed a lot lately. But for those of you who are new to our discussion, FSC is the phenomenon of women controlling their state: holding back, turning cold, and ejecting when they get stimulated/aroused by a guy. It can happen with a guy she doesn't consider socially acceptable to hook up with (if her friends are likely to find out, for example).
You can view this post as an overview covering everything I haven’t had a chance to mention in my earlier posts on FSC. Many points listed here may be small; however, they are still significant. I will not discuss rare and uncommon situations but instead will look at common interactions that I believe many of you will face or have faced before.
As I cover these points, I’ll do my best to present reliable solutions to the problems. As we will see, not every issue covered will have an answer (and you may not always want to fix it, especially if the problem is significant). However, I will try to compensate with some discussion and analysis.
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