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In early 2007, back when I was still trying to figure out how to achieve consistent results picking up women in bars and nightclubs, I took some time to look back over the successful pickups I'd had over the past 6 or 7 months to see what common patterns I could pick out among them.

I noticed a few trends: I'd often had a sociable night early on, talking to different people, before meeting a girl. Sometimes I had social proof .

Right after I'd end an interaction with an attractive girl who clearly had a good time talking to me, I'd meet the girl I'd end up picking up. Like clockwork. I even started to think that, had the roles been reversed - say, had I met the girls in the reverse order, maybe I would've picked up the other one instead.

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At fourteen, Amber could boast of killing her guinea pig, threatening to burn down her home, and seducing men in exchange for gifts. She used the tools she had available to get what she wanted, like all children. But unlike other children, she didn't care about the damage she inflicted. A few miles away, Lenny Skutnik cared so much about others that he jumped into an ice-cold river to save a drowning woman. 

On Monday, I talked a little about the toxic culture surrounding masculinity and how it hurts men. Today, I want to start the conversation to help dismantle it. And one of the best places to start is to talk about sex. Specifically: male virginity and the shame in  not having sex.

One of the things that I’ve seen come up over and over again in the aftermath of the Elliot Rodger shooting  is the number of men men of literally  all ages talking about the shame and pain of being a male virgin. They talk about feeling broken or unworthy, that they’ve missed some sort of open time frame where they could lose their virginity and now they’re (metaphorically) screwed. It feels like everyone knows like you’ve been branded by a giant V.

It’s incredibly easy to feel as though you’re the Last American 1 Virgin. We live in a culture that seems to go out of its way to imply that everyone is having sex and you aren’t. Stories of blowjobs being traded as casually as handshakes in high-school, and the hang-wringing over college hook-up culture make the world sound like a never-ending bacchanal for those who are lucky enough to take part.

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Male virginity is seen as something shameful and defective. but it doesn't have to be that way. It's time to the narrative around virginity in men.

Corey is an iconoclast and the author of ‘Man’s Fight for Existence’. He believes that the key to life is for men to honour their primal nature.

When I wrote my last article on MGTOW , I was glad to see that many people saw the movement for what it was, including many former members who had decided to leave the group after realizing that it was poisonous to their drive for life. And I am encouraged to believe that there are many more men affiliated with MGTOW who will also realize that there is an alternative path once they’re shown the way.

Man doesn’t thrive with complacency that is indirectly (perhaps directly) promoted by MGTOW, he demands more from life. Once a man believes that he can improve his station in life instead of being stuck in it, I believe that he will get moving. If you are a MGTOW who is feeling disillusioned and dissatisfied with the group, here is a guide to get you started to a new life. As for any man who is proud to call himself a MGTOW, spare yourself the triggering and stop reading here; this is not meant for you. That is, unless you enjoy outrage reading like the feminists.

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In early 2007, back when I was still trying to figure out how to achieve consistent results picking up women in bars and nightclubs, I took some time to look back over the successful pickups I''d had over the past 6 or 7 months to see what common patterns I could pick out among them.

I noticed a few trends: I''d often had a sociable night early on, talking to different people, before meeting a girl. Sometimes I had social proof .

Right after I''d end an interaction with an attractive girl who clearly had a good time talking to me, I''d meet the girl I''d end up picking up. Like clockwork. I even started to think that, had the roles been reversed - say, had I met the girls in the reverse order, maybe I would''ve picked up the other one instead.