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The Sexual Marketplace: A Primer

Much like Alek's article on the Secret Society, this will be a theoretical entry, meant to improve your understanding of large-scale gender dynamics.

Let’s begin with a definition:

The Sexual Market Place, or SMP, is the invisible battlefield on which intrasexual competition is constantly waged, in order for every individual to maximize the chances of passing their genes onto the next generation successfully.

The Sexual Marketplace

Both men and women are in constant war with the other members of their respective sexes in order to fulfill their genetic prerogatives, which are to survive and replicate. This underlying warfare drives nearly all of human competition and progress in the world.

For both genders, there are only two ways to improve one's standing in the Sexual Marketplace:

  1. Raise your own Sexual Market Value (SMV)

  1. Lower the SMV of competitors

And that's literally all there is to it. For the remainder of this article, I'm going to point out common ways that each gender utilizes each option, highlighting certain social norms and forms of intrasexual aggression meant to facilitate those ends.

Let's start with the men.

Drexel ScottAbout the Author: Drexel Scott

Drexel overcame the stifling social difficulties of Asperger’s syndrome and fast proceeded to sleep with over 140 girls. He gets dates and gets laid almost entirely through girls he meets at work, at parties, and in social circle. He can coach you over the phone to pull of the direct, blatant sexual game he uses, or you can pick up a copy of his Casanova Key and study his method at your leisure.


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Zac's picture

YOu must have read Selfish Genes by Richard Dawkins?


Mischief's picture

Super article, Drexel-- thank you! Helps explain why I have had a thing for asian girls since high school. In the city where I live (college town where I got my own degree), we get a new batch of Korean/Chinese females every year, and they are absolutely easier to meet and get along with than the average caucasian. I avoid the green card hunters by only taking on the ones who DON'T try to showcase me with their friends-- mutually assured discretion... :) In fact, I am due to cook an Italian dinner for a Korean girl in my apartment tomorrow evening, so wish me luck!!


Well… one does what one can.

Allen's picture

Great article, Drexel. I've been reading the site since the summer but this is the first article I've commented on. It includes many points that are shockingly obvious yet most people don't think about, yet we use and observe these tactics every day subconsciously. I am working on finding some lyrical topics to write about since I am a musician and I plan on writing about the SMP and the way our western society is attempting to trick us into buying into the "fat acceptance" and slut shaming/acceptance" movements. Which brings me to my question. Are women promoting the shaming or acceptance of promiscuity? I had always thought society is shaming it which you mentioned, but you also said chaste women are promoting it?

jack's picture

This is a good summation of the philosophy that Roissy has been diseminating for the last 6 years. I think it was he that came up with SMV theory, although it was percolating since the early seduction community.

As for "strong independent women", I'm glad you pointed out that that is not something men want. Men want feminine, submissive women. When a women is "strong" and "independent" I know that that is FemSpeak for a "royal bitch". Chase always talks about dating "strong independent" women. I wish he would stop using those terms. That's not red-pill language.

Drex's picture

Hey Jack, thanks for the thoughtful comment!

A couple points.

I believe it was Rollo Tomassi who first dissected the ideas of SMP and SMV, and Roissy has certainly done a fantastic job of his own. I'm not sure who the ideas originated with, but their philosophies have informed a lot of my own work.

Second, it's very important to make a distention between truly strong, independent women--who I think are awesome--and women who brand themselves with the "strong and independent" label--who are masculine nightmares.

I've been fortunate to know and date several strong and independent women (in the sense that they think for themselves, don't go with everything the herd says and make their own choices). Not one of them was a Feminist, and not one of them ever felt the need to declare how "strong and independent" she was.

If you hear those words leave a girls' mouth, she isn't one of them.

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