One common “viral” tweet you see derivations of more or less every day in the manosphere is about what sort of woman you should marry. These tweets all list essentially the same traits. Dresses feminine. Cooks. Keeps house tidy. Low notch count. Good values. Submissive. Trad. Etc. etc Nothing wrong with any of these, of […]
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Put out a tweet the other day that created some interesting conversations: #1 #2 Obviously a lot of guys have a hard time with this, because the red pill is predominantly constructed around men who (at least at one point) struggled to attract women. You were “undesirable,” and so you had to learn how to
Posted a tweet last week that resonated with a lot of people: Everyone knows at least one guy like this. You used to always see him out, he was friendly, maybe even the life of the party. And then he meets a girl… and falls off the radar entirely. Stops coming to parties and hangouts.
Interesting tweet came up on the timeline yesterday: Lot of truth in this comment. And yet, apply this incorrectly in practice, and you may find women change their mind about just how territorial you should be. What Fiercely Virgo presumably means in this case is that she wants her man to “claim” her. She wants to be desired.
Finally caught up on this short Atlantic article, asking the pivotal question: Are Women The Bored Sex? Unsurprisingly, this article — despite being written by a feminist — comes to similar conclusions as the Red Pill. Women stop wanting sex in monogamous relationships, especially after co-habitation. Yet another reminder that the Red Pill and Feminism are two sides
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Was asked to elaborate on yesterday’s tweet: A lot of guys think discipline is what is missing when it comes to managing vices. You are weak, and that is why you are wasting your life away on porn, video games, scrolling, drugs, not making money, not talking to women, being fat etc. But the reality
A reader writes in: “Hey Pat, completely get it if you’re not into this, but it would be interesting to hear you talk about marketing at some point. The Tate situation kind of put this in the spotlight, but I see a lot of people getting quick growth with similar methods. A lot of flexing
A lot of guys are insecure about how good they are in bed. And given the culture we’re in, it’s understandable. The media tells men their value with women is based on their sexual prowess, and porn reinforces the message. So when guys find themselves in an intimate situation, the pressure on them to perform