The Dark Triad gets talked up here a lot, most recently by bogeyd6. With all respect to the points he is making, this is crazy. Striving for sociopathy to be better with women is like striving for autism so you can be better at math.
First of all, sociopathy is a condition, not a skillset. You don't learn it, you have it. Second of all, it is not a condition anyone in their right mind would choose to have.
Yes, sociopathic traits can be helpful in some circumstances, if you're high-functioning. But sociopaths are born of an abusive childhood. Take the most successful, charismatic, ruthless, world bestriding, babe-bedding, devil-may-care sociopath you can name, and look inside.
You will find a small child getting raged at by his mother because he behaved like a small child, a boy getting beaten by his father for not walking the dog, a teenager whose home is the least safe place he knows, a young man so full of anger he destroys things because that's the only power he can exercise.
All that cool, impulsive, risk-taking DGAF attitude comes from literally not giving a fuck - specifically, about yourself. It's easy to be edgy if you have to nearly die to feel alive.
All that compelling charisma and charm comes from living in a place where you can never show weakness, can never get a need met simply by asking for it, where everything is a game of manipulation and you spend years losing before you ever manage to win. And then you learn you can't actually win what must be offered freely to have any value.
All that intriguing darkness comes from a real and deep urge to self-destruction. Try going to sleep every night to dream of dying. Better still, try not going to sleep every night and just thinking about it. For a week. Rinse repeat at random intervals.
This stuff takes decades to heal, if you're lucky enough to heal at all. The scars never leave.
Certainly, study sociodynamics. Learn to be charismatic, learn to be charming, learn to be socially smooth, because these ARE skills. Let go your inhibitions, take risks, give yourself great experiences, give the people you're with great experiences too. Own your masculinity and rock her world in bed. Just remember, what is really rewarding in human sexuality is not the sex, not the orgasm, not the notch on your bedpost, but the intimate, human connection that is forged in sex but lived in life. Sociopaths struggle with this, at best. It's not something to be envied.
Note: Sociopaths and psychopaths are not the same thing. For the purposes of this post, they are close enough to be treated as one.