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What the Romance Novel Tells Us Women Want

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romance novelIn 2013, women purchased over $800 million worth of romance novels.

They’re not doing that because their desires for erotic stimulation are fully sated by their real-life encounters; they’re doing that because they are STARVED for it.

Whether she’s 15 or 55, a woman loves the thought of being swept up with a Rochester or a Romeo. Yet, as she ages, and life repeatedly denies her this, her faith in ever experiencing such a romance wanes, and she retreats further into a world of make-believe, out-of-reach eroticism.

The success of the romance novel directly reflects this general discontent women have with men in the Anglosphere; its popularity implies that women largely are surrounded by men who are not satisfying them on an emotional level… let alone a physical one.

Because of this, if you can teach yourself to be a man who CAN provide erotic stimulation IN REAL LIFE, your relationships will shine with mutual satisfaction.

Sound like a tall order? Perhaps it is. Luckily, there is a cheat-sheet out there that makes manifesting this reality a little easier:

Romance novels.

Ethan FierreAbout the Author: Ethan Fierre

A wiry, well-read scholar from the mountainous U.S. Midwest, Ethan Fierre is both former editor of GirlsChase.com and inveterate seducer. Ethan lost his virginity in a threesome to two girls, and has been in love with women ever since. In addition to the U.S., he's also spent time staying in (and picking up in) Mother Russia.

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