Recent observations of NYC during COVID-19.

Last week, after exhausting hours at work, I decided to take a walk around Manhattan and made my way to one of the most vibrant areas of the city. Now if you were to believe the reports coming out of the media and read the stories on the internet, you would have thought that NYC … Continue reading Recent observations of NYC during COVID-19.

Winners treated it as offseason while losers treated it as a lockdown.

As lockdowns end and even NYC enters phase 2, soon to enter phase 3, I have been beyond annoyed in recent months from guys whining about the lockdown. Now it usually takes a good bit to get me annoyed to where I have to speak out but man, even when some of my close friends … Continue reading Winners treated it as offseason while losers treated it as a lockdown.

The root of the failure behind Red Pill and PUA.

In previous posts, I have discussed why PUA failed and why I left the red pill community. Now I want to actually revisit something that I like to call the root of the failure of both of those communities and why they are now largely defunct. Don't get me wrong, a small number have stood the test … Continue reading The root of the failure behind Red Pill and PUA.

Things I wish I would have done in my twenties.

One of the few things that still gets me to this day is how quickly my twenties have flown by but thankfully I still have a couple more years left. Some say that it is by far the most important decade of your entire life and I am still not at the point where I … Continue reading Things I wish I would have done in my twenties.

Race and Ethnicity: Actionable advice (Part 5)

So we are going to be capping off our series on Race and Ethnicity, after this we might just pause talks on it for the time being although it will remain a recurring theme on this blog. On the final post about race, I am going to be giving you actionable advice you can take if … Continue reading Race and Ethnicity: Actionable advice (Part 5)

Race and Ethnicity: The harsh truth about attraction you don’t want to accept (part 3)

"The truth shall set you free" - John 8:32. Remember that quote for later on in this post! In part 1 of our series, we covered how preference is actually fueled by prejudice and in part 2, we covered guys saying women do not want them for their race. So far, I have acknowledged the prejudice … Continue reading Race and Ethnicity: The harsh truth about attraction you don’t want to accept (part 3)