It took me five years to write it. It was heavily influenced by some of the ideas I found here, in particular The Misandry Bubble, which articulated a perspective on courtship I had held since living in Vietnam.

I'm truly amazed by its early success. I think it shows that many of us are sick of apologizing. People (men and women) are desperate for a truly honest portrayal of alpha male desire that isn't pandering and infused with guilt.

Here's the description: "A cross between Confessions of an Economic Hitman and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Philosophy and Fucking in Vietnam is a sex-and-drugs soaked exploration of masculinity, socialism, and the meaning of freedom in contemporary life. In the burgeoning economy of modern day Saigon, expat men from the United States and other Western countries are living like the rich and famous in their home countries. The author, a young American lawyer-in-training, falls face first into this hedonistic world, and manages to achieve the life he's always dreamed all for the price of a plane ticket. Or so he thinks... Equal parts gritty travel memoir and coming-of-age parable, Philosophy and Fucking in Vietnam is an unapologetic snapshot of a unique and under-explored place and time."

I would love TRP support, but I understand the mods not wanting self promotion on here. If I get the okay, I'll post a link in the comments.