For the past few posts, I have basically been shitting on Asian and especially Indian men for the struggles they suffer in the hookup, seduction, and dating game. Now for today's post, I am going to share an unpopular opinion based on years of experience and why I think that compared to being other races, … Continue reading Why being an Asian or Indian guy actually ends up being an advantage.
Of any race of guys out there, I get the most messages from Indian men asking me to help them with dating advice or just flat out saying that they struggle because they are Indian. In most pickup and game communities, or any that focus on dating talks, you will always have your resident Indian … Continue reading The Indian guy dating struggle explained.
Of all the ethnic groups out there, I have noticed that over the past year, Indian guys complain the most about struggling with dating and meeting women. Now while you would think that these are immigrants fresh out of India, that isn't really the case. I notice this more in Indian guys born and raised … Continue reading Five common mistakes I see Indian/South Asian guys make with women.
Continuing the theme of race for this week, given how many emails I have received on the topic, I wanted to address the problem with men who swear that it is their sole setback or just cling a lot to it. When I say the problem, I don't just mean men who refuse to even … Continue reading The problem with guys who cling to race/ethnicity as a setback in dating.
In every pickup community and most communities with discussions that involve men trying to have dating success, race is something that commonly comes up. I've even seen men proactively invade forums and other places with the sole purpose of saying how you cannot have dating success because of your race or that you have to … Continue reading The truth about guys who say they can’t get laid because of their race.
Recently, I shared a Bachelor Tale about a southern belle in Manhattan. For those of you who plan to read it and have not, consider this sentence my spoiler alert. Basically, what ended up happening is that I approached an upperclassman from Alabama who was in one of the top sororities there and visiting NYC … Continue reading The truth about her “preferences”
In my last post, I posed a question about whether men should go for women who are naturally going to be into them (even if the women are not their type) or go for their "type" even if their "type" does not consider them to be a top option. For those of you who have … Continue reading Lessons I learned after succeeding with women who were my “type”
If there has been one trend I have noticed in men that reach higher levels of success with dating which include things like constantly dating beautiful women and hooking up with a fair number of them, it is their keen attention to the trends and observations. What such men have the ability to do is … Continue reading Paying attention to data, observations and trends in dating will save you
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)
"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)
So today, we kickstart our multiple-part series on the topic of race and dating which tends to be a topic that always comes up and will always come up. In some ways, I felt a bit hesitant to start this topic given that we are in a heated racial climate in the United States but … Continue reading Race and Ethnicity: Is it preference or is it prejudice? (Part 1)
I woke up today to check my social media feed and Black Out Tuesday was on the social media feed for everyone I know. In some ways, I am very happy with my generation for finally seeing what is going on. People of all colors came together today to show their solidarity and stand against … Continue reading A word about race and ethnicity.