Should you go for the women you want or the women that want you?

A while back, I posted about knowing your market and received various emails around my post. My point was that, depending on your look (race playing a big part in that), certain kinds of women are just going to be nicer to you than others. Now here you are as a guy caught in the … More Should you go for the women you want or the women that want you?

Know your market

I almost wanted to call it the number one rule of dating to be honest with you but then again, looks and confidence do matter a lot. In the past, we have talked a bit about what successful versus unsuccessful guys do differently when it comes to dating and pursuing women. Now one rule that … More Know your market

Paying attention to data, observations and trends in dating will save you

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 … More Paying attention to data, observations and trends in dating will save you

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

Race and Ethnicity: Is it preference or is it prejudice? (Part 1)

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 … More Race and Ethnicity: Is it preference or is it prejudice? (Part 1)