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Women give each other tips on game and are very open to receiving them. However, they communicate this with each other through their emotions.

October 14, 2013
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Often one of the complaints from women about seduction in general is how open and pragmatic we are with our techniques. It's an extremely common issue with women in general. Naturally, in their emotionally dominated solipsistic worldview, this is odd to them -- when women talk about their problems, they just want to vent their emotions, when men talk about their problems they want to find solutions. Around here, we are extremely straightforward with what we do, so we can work together and give each other advice on what works, and what doesn't.

One of the other big disconnects is that women are less concerned with the "why" some things work, instead they care more about whether or not it works or not. A perfect example of this is any typical feminist subreddit around here. Culturally, every member is just about the same. They all have identical argument styles. They all attack specific arguments from the same direction, they all shame the same way, and they all know how to troll in the same manner that pisses people off the most. Now, do you think they all sat around one day and discussed how to say things and WHY it elicits X response? Of course not.

Instead, they just observe other's interactions and mimic what works. They don't care as to why it works, but they just know it does work. They'll follow a user that is good at what she does, see how she does it.

A few days back, I got to see this first hand. A group of women sitting around teaching each other game. From the outside, it just looked like chicks bitching about relationships and men in general. But when you followed it closely and read between the lines, they were all teaching each other how to game the men in their lives. Here are some paraphrased examples:

  • "My husband wanted go on a fishing trip with his friends this weekend. Can you believe that? He just assumed I would let him go so he bought the supplies and everything before asking me. I couldn't believe he thought this was okay. So I just reminded him that when he agreed to marry me, he also agreed to run everything he does by me, so we can make decisions together!" -- Translation: If your husband/SO ever tries to start trying to get some independence, you have to squash it immediately. One method of doing this is by shaming his status in the marriage.

  • "So Joe asked me to go out to X with him this weekend. He's so much fun and so hot!" "What about Steve? I thought we were all going to Y that weekend?" "Oh I'm not worried about that. I'm just going to tell him I want a girls night, and he'll understand I need my own time. Plus, he's a really good guy, he's not going to go anywhere." -- Translation: If you want to go out with an alpha and prevent your beta from getting upset, shame him for not giving you your independence. This way, if he protests, he comes off as the bad guy trying to oppress you.

  • "Mike just told me he wants an exclusive relationship. So I told him there is no way that's going to happen. I'm sorry, he's a good guy, but I just don't want a relationship with him right now. However, I really do like him, so I'm going to invite him over for dinner so he doesn't get too mad about it." -- Translation: When your beta boy wants to get serious you have to shut him down and set the tone of the frame. However, to keep him around as an orbiter, you need to give him more attention to make him think he still has a chance. But in the future if he ever gets upset about the relationship not moving forward and feeling strung along, you can always fall back on the fact that you've already made it very clear it wasn't going to happen.

Now I'm certain most women aren't consciously thinking they are teaching eachother game. However, I am confident most of them are saving this advice for the future. The only difference is that we openly talk about "why these strategies work" where women simply don't care about the why and deconstruct it's methodology. Now women are doing this ALL DAY when they are communicating each other -- subtly teaching each other successful ways to manage their relationships to maintain their position of privilege and power.

Again, I don't think this is intentional or malicious. It's perfectly fine to do whatever you can to get an edge in life. However, when women think they don't teach other successful ways to play the game, they are full of shit. Whenever they come to a seduction forum and say how pathetic it is that men are "being manipulative" to shame them back into their box, again, they are full of shit. They may not think they are playing this game, but they are. The only difference is they communicate it much more subtly than us on an emotional level. And if you confront them with this information, they'll just hamster about how it's so much more different, or how that never really happens. It does, it happens all the time.

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Title Women give each other tips on game and are very open to receiving them. However, they communicate this with each other through their emotions.
Author puaSenator
Upvotes 68
Comments 24
Date October 14, 2013 11:51 PM UTC (9 years ago)
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[–][deleted] 23 points24 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

Instead, they just observe other's interactions and mimic what works. They don't care as to why it works, but they just know it does work. They'll follow a [woman] that is good at what she does, see how she does it.

I've always seemed to find that whether or not they're willing to admit it, women are far more transparent about mimic'ing peers that they admire than are men. The vast majority of the time they'll act as though their new behaviour is of their own devise, but so long as you're paying attention it's pretty fucking obvious where these ideas are coming from.

On the occasion I find something about a peer's attitude/behaviour appealing enough to be inspired by it, I'm exceedingly honest about its origin. It seems simply disingenuous not to.

[–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

When she starts talking about her best friend cheating on her husband, giving you all the details...take that as a sign.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

They only talk about/reference these things beforehand, until they're called on it. She's always smarter than that.

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[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

That explains why my ex-wife watched soap operas all day.

[–]thewrightstuff8815 points16 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

imagine what happens when women start hitting the wall?

one of the women in the group hits the wall and gets married and all the other friends fall in line, making sure they don't get left behind, not only because they are hitting the wall as well but also because they simply see their friends doing it too

[–]veggie_girl19 points20 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

This happens with babies. Several friends, my own mother infact did this because her friends were pregnant.

[–]puaSenator[S] 25 points26 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I knew of a group of about four 18 year old college girls do this. They were all attractive and one of their friends got knocked up by her douchebag ex. She decided to keep it because she's always wanted a kid, and didn't mind raising it on her own (she actually said that she'll be able to get her ex back, so she's not worried about raising it alone).

Any ways, within that year, they ALL got preggers. Every single one of them. All not even old enough to drink with their entire lives ahead of them all got preggers because that's what the female leader of the group did. They were all super cute too.

Now, after many failed attempts of trying to make it work with their equally young and immature ex's, they are single mothers -- based on their FB statuses, they are completely confused as to why they can't find a "real man". They just figured that men were always nice to them because men are just nice people. And when they have a kid, they'd be able to get all those nice men they know to help them out, and maybe if date a few. I don't think they realized that having a kid is like radiation to a guy. No one wants to date them. schadenfreude for sure.

[–]Thors_Cock1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

In my experience it happens with guys too, but to a much lesser extent. When I quit smoking I had one other guy attempt to do it, and about 8 girls.

Women mirror your behavior a lot. For men, it's not so extreme but they still do it.

[–]jakethesnake760 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Women will also follow you driving down the road, they feel safe doing it even when there is a open lane next you.

[–]MrsStrom5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Its threads like these that make me happy that I only have a few female friends and that I'm the Alpha in those relationships. Women are insane. They cause most/all of their own marital problems.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

AKA "the herd mentality," which, coincidentally, is typically driven by emotions.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herd_mentality

[–]puaSenator[S] 11 points12 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

Oh absolutely. It was getting long, so I left out a part I wanted to include about female behavior. Basically, the male alpha of the group does have men around him, but it's more of a support system for each other. But women tend to gather around the leader of their group and mimic and adopt her behaviors. If you ever seen a click of girls, they all act so similar it's scary. They become one homogeneous mind feeding off each other.

I've seen a group of women completely change once a new alpha female enters the group -- often for the worse.

[–]averageredditor1232 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

But women tend to gather around the leader of their group and mimic and adopt her behaviors.

Yes, this is why my sister decided to become vegetarian like her other two friends. Any time someone asks her why she decided to be vegetarian, she can't even answer the question. You can almost see the wheel spinning in her head trying to think of some bogus explanation.

[–]Hot_Biscuits_2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Your post just converted me into a red piller, not because of the content, but your writing style.

[–]Modredpillschool5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Very insightful, thanks for this.

[–]Kernes0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy Link

he's a really good guy, he's not going to go anywhere.

It seems that girls need a some constant pressure.

[–]mister_zd2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Yes subtle but constant pressure to remind them the world doesn't revolve around them and they better female up (or is that down?) if they dont want to end up forever alone.

[–]jacks10000 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Women invented "game" and they are perfectly aware that they game guys. From the song The Game by K Flay:

Boys, boys all types of boys Black, White Puerto Rican, Asian boys I whisper in my sexy voice Old fashioned seduction is what I employ Walk in a room of guys and take my pick Like you with the cute face Wanna get to know you better, maybe round third base Touch him on his shoulder, laughing at his jokes Get his mind spinning like some bike spokes.

It's ok when women do it, when men do it it's RAPE!

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy Link

when women talk about their problems, they just want to vent their emotions, when men talk about their problems they want to find solutions.

This is something I need to work on. When I have a problem (such as my current shitty status in life), I feel the need to talk to people to vent about it. Is there any way to unprogram that part of my brain? Any exercises?

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Start writing, painting, exercising etc. Blow off steam and self improve at the same time!

[–]mister_zd0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy Link

We need more translations of whatever moon language female speak between them!

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Search "pook" and "womanese" together

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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