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I have never heard a younger woman say Kevin Spacy or Sean Connery was “hot.” Only older women.Women in the past had to settle down with older men because they didnt have the means of supporting themselves. If she had the choice and the income theres no way she would choose him over a younger guy.And there are loads of men everywhere, including in the West, which is an environment more shifted in favor of good-looking men than anywhere else on Earth, who are very attractive to women despite plain or terrible faces. The only way you can pretend these men don’t exist is if you plug your ears and shut your eyes and make loud noises to yourself every time one of these guys crosses your path.But this willful blindness/ignorance guys engage in about this subject runs deeper than just “I don’t think that ever happens or if it does it must be super rare.” It’s actually about guys with zero or very little experience with women, who do not understand women, trying to tell men with lots of experience with women who understand women very well that actually those men have no idea what they are talking about and in fact women are actually some other way.
and those few times that they did, I didn’t know what to do about it, and would usually end up embarrassingly ignoring her or saying something stupid like, “hi you’re hot”. Where were all the hotties that were promised to me if I followed all of society’s rules?!?
Bob told me about a book called “The Game” and I told him I am perfectly good on the basketball court. A few weeks later I picked up the book on Amazon, and my life hasn’t been the same since.
I immediately hooked up with the guys on the SF Lair and forums and went out.
But when you get guys who do not understand women trying to talk about how they know women so well and that actually all these things that are commonplace things that happen with women are in fact impossible and never happen, you get this weird bizarro world perspective on dating emanating from certain corners of the male sectors of the Internet. Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone.
So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.