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This is the follow-up to Part I of my post. Let’s address the third and oldest narrative being pushed on us by the dating-trend-du-jour articles and books out there: that men want casual sex, women want serious relationships, and that men are coercing women to get the former out of them. This is a narrative […]

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Reading “50 Shades of Grey” as a man must be just like graduating from an Ivy League school: there’s a lot of hype, it’s a grind to get through, and in the end it’s less about what you learned than just being able to say you went there. Not that I ever had the grades […]

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My retirement from coaching and refocus on my career is keeping me away from this blog more than I’d like. The myriad students and memories I accumulated are increasingly morphing into a beautiful-yet-faded dream. It’s bittersweet, but I expected it. My one reminder that all this stuff really happened is the log of success stories […]

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Remembering Dirk, One Year Later

by GK on January 12, 2012 · 5 comments

It occurred to me lately that I should add to my blogroll. I only have one site listed, and even though I prefer to avoid the seduction-community scene because of all its sleaze, I know I can find like-minded bloggers to add here. That’s part of why I got on Twitter recently. But they would […]

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The Merits of the Slumpbuster

by GK on December 21, 2011 · 3 comments

This topic was born in the comments section of my post on breaking it off with women, and I thought it deserved its own mention. The question comes from Barry, who asks whether I think it’s worthwhile to bed a “slumpbuster” when in a dry spell, as I suggest in one of my earliest posts. […]

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Read This: Sex at Dawn

by GK on September 17, 2011 · 11 comments

Pickup artists, biologists and conservatives have more in common than they think. Sure, they may not hit up the same parties, but they intersect here: all of them look at winner-take-all, monogamous relationships with “alpha males” and mutual double-crossing as the foundation from which our relationships have evolved. I could see the truths in such theory over the years, but I also […]

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I’ve had female friends most of my life and currently hang out with a gaggle of them. Rob Overman has had one female friend his entire life and considers them a waste of time. We thought this would be a great subject for a podcast, and we spent the better part of an hour debating it. Ultimately, […]

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