Women say “no” to me in one way or another on a regular basis, e.g. “no, you can’t have my number”, “no, I should go home”, “no, I’m not coming into your apartment”, and of course, the classic, “no, we’re not having sex”.

Yet somehow, when it’s all said and done, the woman is invariably happy that I didn’t listen to a single word of protest she uttered; that I barreled through her resistance nonchalantly and drove the ball to the basket. Women RESPECT this sexual insistence even if they aren’t acutely aware of it.

The consent crowd, however, would like for men to believe that anything short of a written statement, notarized and signed by the soon to be fornicated party, is rape.

Women want to monopolize power in the sexual marketplace so that they can control access to sex and manipulate this most primal, most productive of urges to their benefit. Ultimately, it isn’t to their benefit at all but that’s another story. Perhaps it’s no different from Western men who go abroad to a country where their sexual  value is much higher and pussy seems to fall from the sky. We’re all looking out for number one and doing whatever we can to pass on those selfish genes.

Ask any guy who’s banged a lot of girls and has had a lot of same-night lays, and he will surely regale you with tales of seemingly insurmountable resistance, conquered and slain by his resolve and unwavering horniness. It’s in the nature of beautiful women to resist, test, protest, sabotage and make your job of fucking them difficult. And of course, by the time you wrestle their panties off, they’re dripping wet.

With rape laws the way they are in countries like the US and Canada, it’s downright scary to be a man and act with natural disinhibition in the company of beautiful women in these countries. We’re at a dangerous cultural crossroads, where a woman’s need for validation is at an all time high, and the repercussions for accusing men of rape are non-existent. Do you see any potential for abuse with this cocktail?

In the modern context, rape is essentially the act of ultimate validation and a rape accusation is the ultimate act of attention whoring. I’m not supporting it of course, don’t be silly. But think about it. If a man finds a woman SO incredibly desirable that he would throw his freedom, reputation, his whole life away to fuck her, that shows the woman is on the highest echelon of desirability. And in fact, women have begun to routinely accuse men of rape purely for the ego validation that the onslaught of attention brings them. Even though the night before, they gleefully received the gent’s ravishment.

And why not? If a woman can have her cake and eat it, too, she will.

But I have to issue a serious warning: plowing through a woman’s objections with bemused persistence isn’t for newcomers to the game. Especially not in the US. You need to be FLUENT in reading female body language. You need to know exactly what you’re doing. The thing to understand is that telling a man “no” is a way to weed out the weaklings from the men who know what they want (her).

The best way to hone your sense about when ‘no’ means ‘yes’ is to have a lot of interactions with attractive women. And in particular, it’s when you go for the lay very soon after meeting a girl that she’ll be most likely to resist your attempts to get in her pants. This situation is commonly known as Last Minute Resistance or “LMR” for short (this is a situation I teach how to overcome in my newest book LMR Exposed). This is also about the time that you start fearing for your freedom if you push too hard and a girl flips out and sicks the law on you. A mere accusation is enough to screw up your life big time.

Yet the conflict of interest is that the most reliable way to establish a strong male/female polarity is to bed a woman quickly (and well). In a word, she wants to be persuaded by your dominance, sexual potency and persistence. And she will test you and do everything she can think of to discourage you from having sex with her.

Here’s the main thing to consider: She can be saying ‘no’ with her words and even with her situational body language. But if you’ve been unmistakably clear about your sexual intent and then she comes to your room, she is open to being seduced. Otherwise, she wouldn’t be there. I’ve had hour or more long battles with a girl who had come to my room and then protested that she wasn’t going to have sex with me. Hell, it just happened again yesterday. In the end, of course, we got naked. And, she appreciated it after the fact. If a girl isn’t open to being seduced she will either not come in or will precipitate hastily from your room. Anything short of that is a green light.

We’ve created a situation where this kind of natural sexual play, which is vital to establishing the dominant/submissive sexual polarity, is discouraged and tied up with various (legitimate) fears about potential consequences, even if you’ve done nothing wrong. It’s a brave new world we live in. But what are we as men supposed to do, drop out altogether? No. Proceed with caution but proceed. And if you can, get out of the Anglosphere so you can relax and get down to business without concern for your freedom. Your penis will thank you.

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