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    Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    We all know how men are attracted to wimmin and how wimmin are attracted to men.
    But check out the bullshit they are trying to pull now. They claim that there is a sexual orientation called "romantic attraction"

    TOTAL FUCKING BULLSHIT

    Wimmin have no attraction to men and so they came up with this garbage which makes me want to flip it.

    "A romantic attraction takes more time to evolve than a sexual attraction. It's more about who the person is than what they look like"

    If it takes time to evolve a romantic attraction then how the fuck can it be an attraction in the first place u dumb fuckin whores??? DDUUUHHHH

    "Relationship can be filled with hugging, dinner dates, cuddling, giving each other gifts, complimenting each other, hand holding, and a lot of that sweet stuff ó it's an emotional bond. Cuddling with each other while watching a film is considered a romantic aspect. Being attracted to your partner is a romantic aspect. Even talking about the future is definitely among the romantic aspects, too."

    This bitch gets me so pissed off im gonna stop typing cos i feel like making threats and using obscene language.

    I know wassup. Please drop some facts guys so these stupid sluts can stop doing my fuckin head in.

    https://humans.media/romantic-attraction-is-different-from-sexual-attraction
    https://www.elitedaily.com/dating/se...action/2061829


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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    To be it just sounds like grooming Beta Orbiters to be the perfect emotional tampon. That is, they are being groomed to be the tampon with NO actual reward.

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Quote Originally Posted by ABigSiameseCat View Post
    To be it just sounds like grooming Beta Orbiters to be the perfect emotional tampon. That is, they are being groomed to be the tampon with NO actual reward.
    You have to raise your schmuck .

    If a man starts thinking about her hourly rate it will fall to 10 dollars max .
    You cant keep a player down!
    Dont hate him , hate your fuking bullshit game !

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    It's their spin on the alpha fucks, beta bucks theory. Trying to explain why Chad should get his for free, yet I'm still expected to pay full price. How's it working out ladies?
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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Send* them this pretty acurate ASCII chart:

    Code:
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    man ----------> woman
    (* Donít do it, itís a waste of time.)

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    I think they call that being 'demisexual.' It's a scam so they can string men they aren't attracted to along until they find out how much money they have.

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Men are romantics trying to be realists. Women are realists trying to be romantics.

    If you're trying to wine and dine and WIN HER BELLS like that already before you even slept with her, what you're subcommunicating is that you're so desperate you need to overcompensate for something.

    Nothing more than a round of drinks or coffee until you get in her pants. This is my limit anyways.

    The woman/the WANNABE Life Coach is lying too!

    ALL WOMEN already know within the first 10 seconds of meeting a guy whether they're going to sleep with him or not.

    That's the big secret they won't tell you as a kid or as an old man. Yet it's hidden in plain sight.

    Once you work from that mentality/REALITY, you won't be jumping through hoops you don't need to and you'll be getting a lot more action sooner than you might have otherwise.
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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Francis View Post

    ALL WOMEN already know within the first 10 seconds of meeting a guy whether they're going to sleep with him or not.
    This all day long! The others they will still toy with for their own amusement, though.

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    It's their spin on the alpha fucks, beta bucks theory. Trying to explain why Chad should get his for free, yet I'm still expected to pay full price. How's it working out ladies?
    Frog, you are such an optimist. It's generally much more along the lines of Chad gets it for free and the Beta gets used for an emotional tampon. So the Beta doesn't pay full price for something, because that suggests he gets something of value in return, although in Blue Pill land, I suppose being used as an emotional tampon is something of value.

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Sexual attraction for women (alpha) = DOWN TO FUCK
    Sexual attraction for women (beta) = will stomach fucking for up to 6 months if host is resource rich

    Sexual attraction for men = DOWN TO FUCK (the hotter she is the more crap he'll choose to deal with)

    Romantic attraction = delusions created by the feel-good chemicals released when you are DOWN TO FUCK.
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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Francis View Post
    Men are romantics trying to be realists. Women are realists trying to be romantics.

    If you're trying to wine and dine and WIN HER BELLS like that already before you even slept with her, what you're subcommunicating is that you're so desperate you need to overcompensate for something.

    Nothing more than a round of drinks or coffee until you get in her pants. This is my limit anyways.

    The woman/the WANNABE Life Coach is lying too!

    ALL WOMEN already know within the first 10 seconds of meeting a guy whether they're going to sleep with him or not.

    That's the big secret they won't tell you as a kid or as an old man. Yet it's hidden in plain sight.

    Once you work from that mentality/REALITY, you won't be jumping through hoops you don't need to and you'll be getting a lot more action sooner than you might have otherwise.
    All men know within 2 secs whether they want to fuck that girl or not too
    You cant keep a player down!
    Dont hate him , hate your fuking bullshit game !

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    It's their spin on the alpha fucks, beta bucks theory.
    Amen.

    One is tingles- she is on her knees or back before she can reason out why it 'was a mistake' to her current boyfriend- she is too wet between the legs to worry about the reasons why. She will do that later.

    What doesn't apply to or gets applied on *wink wink* to the above is the beta bux.

    Simple deduction my dear Watson.

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    I really do think there is such a thing as romance. Or, I should say, was. Romance's slow death began in the early-mid 1960s, thanks to the baby boomer generation's abandonment of morals. People of that generation set a fresh, new precedent for permissible behavior, and not only that, passed it down to their kids, who passed it down to their kids, and so on. Up until that time, romance had been a sweet, lovely stiffy for the heart and mind, a continual orgasm for them as they deeply bonded with the heart and mind of someone of the opposite sex. Those two people had common interests and common life goals, and they shared the same sympathies and hatreds.

    But again, I should say that romance was those things. Nowadays, for all intents and purposes, romance is a corpse. You'll see a dreary, pathetic impostor of it in the romance-novel section of big grocery stores. And you'll see it in the dreamy, hopeful minds of pre-teen females who haven't yet been hardened by today's reality: that romance is gone. Society removed all its landing zones generations ago, and so romance has degenerated into a weird, mysterious, vague notion that floats about but can never manifest in any measurable way, because every place it attempts to find a home has been deconstructed. The focus is no longer on the heart and mind and true love for someone else, valuing that person just being beside you and caring about you, and envisioning a future with that person. It's all about dressing hot, being hot, getting the best for oneself and never mind what it costs anyone else either in money or emotional damage, and above all else, never planning ahead, never thinking past the next month or two. That is, with the important exception of the eventual divorce, and the biggest question of all: "What will I be able to get out of this when the time comes." Or, more-accurately, "When I decide it's time."

    Sort of similar to Elizabeth (Kim Basinger) in the three-decades-old "9 1/2 Weeks." Every relationship comes with the assumption that it's going to be shallow and have an expiration date, so you just go ahead and start one because even with all its probable faults it'll still be better than solo Netflix, and bollocks to everything else because what the hell does it matter. A relationship is just this "thing" in your life that's sometimes mildly pleasant, but eventually begins netting out negative and so you cut that one off and go start another one. I think the movie is still brilliant in the way it reflects the utter nihilism of modern relationships.

    I could really expand on this, but I guess that's enough dark observation for the time being.

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Quote Originally Posted by kru-kut View Post
    I really do think there is such a thing as romance. Or, I should say, was. Romance's slow death began in the early-mid 1960s, thanks to the baby boomer generation's abandonment of morals. People of that generation set a fresh, new precedent for permissible behavior, and not only that, passed it down to their kids, who passed it down to their kids, and so on. Up until that time, romance had been a sweet, lovely stiffy for the heart and mind, a continual orgasm for them as they deeply bonded with the heart and mind of someone of the opposite sex. Those two people had common interests and common life goals, and they shared the same sympathies and hatreds.

    But again, I should say that romance was those things. Nowadays, for all intents and purposes, romance is a corpse. You'll see a dreary, pathetic impostor of it in the romance-novel section of big grocery stores. And you'll see it in the dreamy, hopeful minds of pre-teen females who haven't yet been hardened by today's reality: that romance is gone. Society removed all its landing zones generations ago, and so romance has degenerated into a weird, mysterious, vague notion that floats about but can never manifest in any measurable way, because every place it attempts to find a home has been deconstructed. The focus is no longer on the heart and mind and true love for someone else, valuing that person just being beside you and caring about you, and envisioning a future with that person. It's all about dressing hot, being hot, getting the best for oneself and never mind what it costs anyone else either in money or emotional damage, and above all else, never planning ahead, never thinking past the next month or two. That is, with the important exception of the eventual divorce, and the biggest question of all: "What will I be able to get out of this when the time comes." Or, more-accurately, "When I decide it's time."

    Sort of similar to Elizabeth (Kim Basinger) in the three-decades-old "9 1/2 Weeks." Every relationship comes with the assumption that it's going to be shallow and have an expiration date, so you just go ahead and start one because even with all its probable faults it'll still be better than solo Netflix, and bollocks to everything else because what the hell does it matter. A relationship is just this "thing" in your life that's sometimes mildly pleasant, but eventually begins netting out negative and so you cut that one off and go start another one. I think the movie is still brilliant in the way it reflects the utter nihilism of modern relationships.

    I could really expand on this, but I guess that's enough dark observation for the time being.
    You cant plan 2 months ahead when you paycheck last only two weeks ... That wasnt the case in the 60`s .

    Romance was invented by Russians so they wouldnt have to pay for sex

    For women the relationship was always shallow , calculated and material .

    All the poetry/lyrics used to be and is written by men .

    I look back 20 years when i was 14 and all i can see was cold faces of them girls while schmucks tried to invite them somewhere . It was looked down upon but the schmucks would still do it .
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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    > Romance was invented by Russians so they wouldnt have to pay for sex

    LOL, Alik, that's sigworthy!

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Romance is a concept created in the Middle Ages. The troubadours composed songs about chivalry and courtly love which they reinterpret it from the islamic mystics' love for God. There was poetry, music and art devoted to this endeavour. Notice, it was men, not women.

    Romance is actually a pretty new concept. It is a European, relatively christian idea; which other cultures don't have. In Chinese or Arabic, there is no word for 'romance'.

    I must say, I am a big fan of romance, and I think this is something which European/christian cultures have which is really nice.

    BUT, romance should come after sex, not before. Otherwise you are getting manipulated for drinks and dinners; while the bitch will be fucking chads and tyrones.

    My policy is the one date (maximum two date rule). In the very first date, you get close to her, touch her and try to be sexual; if she does not respond favourably; then you stop, call for the bill, pay for it and leave right then and fucking there! Yes, I have done it!

    You metaphorically shut the door right in the bitch's face; if she isn't putting out within the first date, (second date, in certain occasions). And make sure it is a cheap(er) place, not some fancy restaurant.

    I have mentioned it before and gentlemen wiser than myself on this thread have clarified it:


    1. DO NOT, EVER FUCKING BE FOOLED WITH 'OH WE NEED TO BUILD UP THE SEXUAL TENSION' AND THEN HAVE SEX. SHE DOES NOT REQUIRE THAT FROM CHADS AND TYRONES.
    2. IF YOU ARE WINING AND DINING A CUNT, THEN YOU ARE ALREADY MISSING THE FUCKING POINT!

    For Fuck sake, it is about time men starting taking care of their fucking money and well-being before some ungrateful bitch.

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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    Romance is a concept created in the Middle Ages. The troubadours composed songs about chivalry and courtly love which they reinterpret it from the islamic mystics' love for God. There was poetry, music and art devoted to this endeavour. Notice, it was men, not women.

    Romance is actually a pretty new concept. It is a European, relatively christian idea; which other cultures don't have. In Chinese or Arabic, there is no word for 'romance'.

    I must say, I am a big fan of romance, and I think this is something which European/christian cultures have which is really nice.

    BUT, romance should come after sex, not before. Otherwise you are getting manipulated for drinks and dinners; while the bitch will be fucking chads and tyrones.

    My policy is the one date (maximum two date rule). In the very first date, you get close to her, touch her and try to be sexual; if she does not respond favourably; then you stop, call for the bill, pay for it and leave right then and fucking there! Yes, I have done it!

    You metaphorically shut the door right in the bitch's face; if she isn't putting out within the first date, (second date, in certain occasions). And make sure it is a cheap(er) place, not some fancy restaurant.

    I have mentioned it before and gentlemen wiser than myself on this thread have clarified it:


    1. DO NOT, EVER FUCKING BE FOOLED WITH 'OH WE NEED TO BUILD UP THE SEXUAL TENSION' AND THEN HAVE SEX. SHE DOES NOT REQUIRE THAT FROM CHADS AND TYRONES.
    2. IF YOU ARE WINING AND DINING A CUNT, THEN YOU ARE ALREADY MISSING THE FUCKING POINT!

    For Fuck sake, it is about time men starting taking care of their fucking money and well-being before some ungrateful bitch.
    LOL when someone says troubadour lol i can only imagine someone with a rolled up 20 euros bill about to snort a line
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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    I always think to myself, when I see a guy "dating" and jumping through hoops and entertaining a woman...
    I think I know which line he is in - no matter how much confidence and "game" he thinks he has...


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    Re: Sexual attraction vs Romantic attraction

    > Be honest with yourself. Which line are YOU in?

    For me, neither. I'm just a ghost watching the shitshow from afar. I refuse to come within a hundred yards of it.


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