Pussy King

I just finished “Vikings” series. (Or at least, what’s out so far) ***I won’t try to give too many spoilers… but if you’re not yet through season 4, you might want to close the email now.*** There’s a character in the show called Harald. When you first meet Harald, he’s an ambitious Earl, on his […]

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The Seduction Paradox

Yesterday we spoke a bit on the “feminine” nature of seduction… and how many recovering “betas” find seduction a more comfortable road out celibacy than dominance. It raised the question of whether seduction was really a sustainable approach for a guy. After all: If seduction is feminine energy, and feminized guys are drawn to it,

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Seductive Betas

Yesterday we talked about the negative effects of an excessively close relationship with one’s mother into adulthood. We saw how it impacted relationships. But what about dating? It’s an interesting question. Many of these guys develop a fear of women — understandably, because they lacked masculine influence and self-responsibility (and the confidence that comes with

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Smother’s Day

Ah Mother’s Day. A moment to appreciate the women who brought us into the world. I love my mother a lot. She was supportive, loving, reliable. At the times of my life that weren’t exactly great, my mom’s unconditional love was always available. I’m sure a lot of you can relate. But this love also

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Respecting Wamen

One thing post-modernism has introduced to culture is the idea that we “shouldn’t judge.” It’s a stupid idea, for obvious reasons. We navigate the world through perception (taking in information) and judgment (qualifying it). Cut out half of the equation, and you’re pretty much unable to operate in the world. You’re prey. Which is why

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Hyding From The Truth

Ever do something really stupid? Something you know isn’t good for you but you just can’t help yourself? Well, that happened to me last night. I stayed up until 2AM… for no reason whatsoever, despite the fact that I had a lot to do the next morning. I was caught in a “dopamine loop.” I

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In Defense of the Red Pill

“People afraid of the next level idealize the one beyond it.” I tweeted this out the other day, but it was vague, and I think went over most people’s heads… so let’s explore it more here. One thing I’ve noticed is that most people when confronted with a problem do NOT try to solve it.

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Vanity Unfair

I recently finished off Vanity Fair — an eloquent, satirical novel of upper-class Britain at the close of the Napoleonic Wars and the years following. (Note: This is different from the ironically-named magazine of today which elevates said snobby upper class) One of the greatest things about this work — published in 1848 — is the no-holds-barred

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The 2 Kinds of Seducers

One of my favorite books (not sure if I’ve mentioned it before) is The Unbearable Lightness of Being, by Milan Kundera. Milan is a Czech writer, and as would be befitting, his book takes place (mostly) in Prague, on the eve of the Soviet invasion in ’68. The book is great on multiple levels.Gives you

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