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(09-11-2019 08:06 AM)DOMINIC Wrote:  This event happened in 1983, we had been married about 2 years.

I’ve been very active sexually since I was too young to drive, first my cousin who is my age and I explored each other. Each too young to cum. A couple of years later a guy friend from my neighborhood felt me up and we started jerking each other off all of that summer.

Then I got girls and 98% of my attention for the rest of my life has been on ladies.

Enough about me, except I’ve always been very shy and insecure about my small penis. I’m 6’4” and at the time of these coming events a well sculpted 200lb athlete with a 5.5 inch dick.

I keep seeing these all over the forum. Reported
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(09-10-2019 05:10 PM)Nulled Wrote:  I think however the majority of people reading about it on RVF are not in that camp... these guys are already at their university during Rush, in Athens, Milledgeville, Kennesaw etc... they have the social life already on lock. If you are not already inside this social scene, breaking in without being at a University is going to be a constant uphill battle. I see Asian guys doing well in Athens (UGA), Milledgeville (Georgia College) , Johns Creek and Duluth. The latter are with their own girls, while the college guys are with white chicks. The only asian guys I see doing well at Georgia Tech are, again, either in fraternity or stick to their own.

The one thing I'll say, I know some of you are young guys just out of college. When you're in your 30s - especially on the late end like I am, you have a different set of priorities and a different social scene. The frat scene doesn't matter much beyond your mid 20s... I wouldn't analyze the scene based entirely on the greek life, because honestly it doesn't matter. I was part of a ton of social groups in college and I can't say I have a single friend left from any of them, we all went on separate paths. Lots of transplants in Atlanta that I had conversations with are from the Northeast where greek life is less of a thing.

For me, the arts, culture, and overall authenticity of a place is more important for me to feel at home - and Atlanta definitely has the most of it of anywhere in the Southeast. Also, doesn't phase me that the city is majority black. It's the South, most cities are and always have been mostly black for decades... There isn't a trend for it becoming more black. If anything, Atlanta is becoming more Asian/Hispanic. Also, the blacks moving to the suburbs - that's happening everywhere - including Dallas, Chicago, ect. It's a phenomena called "black flight" - and it's reflective of jobs being increasingly in the suburbs, cities becoming more expensive, ect.

I agree with a lot what has been said regarding quality of life and I mentioned some of those concerns for myself, but you really shouldn't set your life up for a commute.... most people do that to themselves, it has nothing to do with the city. Fear of the city leads people to have long commutes (or trying to find the best school for their kids). Dallas has a lot of extreme commuters too. I actually live in the Dallas burbs and have always managed to not have much of a commute even living there.

Re: the racial steering on the forum,
As a white guy, my dating life has been a veritable United Nations. The arguments of "as X race, you'll do well in Y place" have never been convincing to me and they seem like a cop out. Push yourself and your comfort zones and improve your game and don't put people in little boxes. I got plenty of attention from Black chicks in Atlanta.

And if you're in your early 20s, you really shouldn't be aiming to live in the suburbs or the country. That's a miserable existence and you're limiting your growth and development and dating opportunities. Yes, there is crime in Atlanta, but I've lived in a lot of high crime cities without problems by being street smart so it doesn't phase me at all. You don't want to be sheltered, you want to experience things. Especially if you don't have kids, there's no reason to live in the burbs or out in Alpharetta or Marietta (or beyond) like a Baby Boomer would... lol. When I was in my 20s, I didn't even consider the suburbs as an option, they might as well not have existed.

That said, the superiority of the suburbs and the sprawl in the South are things I find very undesirable and I might just move back North next year - where I belong lol.
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(09-11-2019 04:04 AM)Hypno Wrote:  Probably the worst thing about Atlanta is that its diverse, so if you meet say a Korean girl she is going to have a preference for a Korean guy. So while its a large city, its spread out and a lot girls are not available to you.

Haha that's if you go to Duluth and go to a local coffee shop or a boba shop Wink

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(09-12-2019 03:09 PM)FullThrottleTX Wrote:  
(09-10-2019 05:10 PM)Nulled Wrote:  I think however the majority of people reading about it on RVF are not in that camp... these guys are already at their university during Rush, in Athens, Milledgeville, Kennesaw etc... they have the social life already on lock. If you are not already inside this social scene, breaking in without being at a University is going to be a constant uphill battle. I see Asian guys doing well in Athens (UGA), Milledgeville (Georgia College) , Johns Creek and Duluth. The latter are with their own girls, while the college guys are with white chicks. The only asian guys I see doing well at Georgia Tech are, again, either in fraternity or stick to their own.

The one thing I'll say, I know some of you are young guys just out of college. When you're in your 30s - especially on the late end like I am, you have a different set of priorities and a different social scene. The frat scene doesn't matter much beyond your mid 20s... I wouldn't analyze the scene based entirely on the greek life, because honestly it doesn't matter. I was part of a ton of social groups in college and I can't say I have a single friend left from any of them, we all went on separate paths. Lots of transplants in Atlanta that I had conversations with are from the Northeast where greek life is less of a thing.

For me, the arts, culture, and overall authenticity of a place is more important for me to feel at home - and Atlanta definitely has the most of it of anywhere in the Southeast. Also, doesn't phase me that the city is majority black. It's the South, most cities are and always have been mostly black for decades... There isn't a trend for it becoming more black. If anything, Atlanta is becoming more Asian/Hispanic. Also, the blacks moving to the suburbs - that's happening everywhere - including Dallas, Chicago, ect. It's a phenomena called "black flight" - and it's reflective of jobs being increasingly in the suburbs, cities becoming more expensive, ect.

I agree with a lot what has been said regarding quality of life and I mentioned some of those concerns for myself, but you really shouldn't set your life up for a commute.... most people do that to themselves, it has nothing to do with the city. Fear of the city leads people to have long commutes (or trying to find the best school for their kids). Dallas has a lot of extreme commuters too. I actually live in the Dallas burbs and have always managed to not have much of a commute even living there.

Re: the racial steering on the forum,
As a white guy, my dating life has been a veritable United Nations. The arguments of "as X race, you'll do well in Y place" have never been convincing to me and they seem like a cop out. Push yourself and your comfort zones and improve your game and don't put people in little boxes. I got plenty of attention from Black chicks in Atlanta.

Again, I've honestly had a different experience. To me, after being here 20 years, there are 2 kinds of white people. There is the "Old Boy Network" and there is transplant networks. They are somewhat mutually exclusive. Being part of a frat is a huge identifier in the former, these guys are protective of the circle and are dating / fucking the hottest girls (White) in Atlanta and the surrounding areas, by far.

(09-12-2019 03:09 PM)FullThrottleTX Wrote:  The frat scene doesn't matter much beyond your mid 20s... I wouldn't analyze the scene based entirely on the greek life, because honestly it doesn't matter.

Again, I heavily disagree with this statement. In real SEC culture it's literally for life. Does this mean you can't have a high notch count and great social circle? Of course not. I wasn't in a frat and I'm still not at my school. I'm doing fine regardless. However, without that support network it becomes much more difficult in Atlanta. Even social scenes at majority black schools like GSU and Kennesaw are STILL driven by the frat scene. The difference is the alumni at UGA and other SEC's is strong and these guys usually end up working at the same companies, etc.

(09-12-2019 03:09 PM)FullThrottleTX Wrote:  Re: the racial steering on the forum,
As a white guy, my dating life has been a veritable United Nations. The arguments of "as X race, you'll do well in Y place" have never been convincing to me and they seem like a cop out. Push yourself and your comfort zones and improve your game and don't put people in little boxes. I got plenty of attention from Black chicks in Atlanta.

Sorry, just telling it like how it works in the real world. I have done great with black chicks, if anything being a white guy in Atlanta is a bonus for them. Of course they are attracted to white guys.

This is the city I was born in, and nothing I have said here puts anyone into a "box". We are free men and can do whatever we would like to. I am some random guy, on some random forum, with some random opinion. That said, in reality, your race and background matter. I can go to Japan and pretend I'm Japanese all I want, but that won't change the fact that I'm a foreigner for life.

(09-12-2019 03:09 PM)FullThrottleTX Wrote:  Yes, there is crime in Atlanta, but I've lived in a lot of high crime cities without problems by being street smart so it doesn't phase me at all. You don't want to be sheltered, you want to experience things.

Man shot 4 times at virtual reality bar

Yeah... until you get into your first shooting (or witness one.) I'll omit some person information for doxx reasons but I was at a normal, somewhat white hipster bar called Revery. It escalated to gunfire from a simple argument. Guy was shot 4 times right in front of me, and I think he survived with some paralysis. Me and my girlfriend at the time took cover on the ground and waited for the stampeding crowd to exit.

Again, I have low rep and this could all be made up. Take it with a grain of salt. However I have met RVF members offline.

You can be the smartest guy on the street. It's simply a matter of being at the wrong place, at the wrong time.

This city will always have a soft spot in my heart but I can't help but dissuade others with cold hard facts about being in a city that glorifies violence.
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It does make me sad that there are so many college guys on the forum (and I've met some of you). When I was in college, getting laid and dating was a cakewalk. I just couldn't imagine needing this forum for anything. You've got this built in opportunity to socialize with a lot of young people because you're in school, which evaporates when you leave. It's when you're detached from your college social circles that I think all of this starts to matter. If I knew what you know now in college, I'd pretty much be Gengas Khan... I remember when a college friend of mine asked if I wanted to "wing him" at a bar, I asked him "what's a wing?". lol...

I discovered Roosh, Roissy, et el when I was 28. By then, I had already been married and divorced. I had lived in a few cities. I had already had pretty good dating experiences. I barely knew anything about pickup in college, I would just naively meet girls in class, at parties, or in the various student groups I was a part of. It never crossed my mind at any point I was at the bottom of a social totem pole by not being in greek life because there were a lot of other groups I was a part of... I always just assumed those guys were assholes, and I typically crashed their parties (JHU parties lol, which are sad parties).

I just can't imagine what it's like for someone your age.
That said, I would not try to assume anything about people who are in their 30s and their social situations. Fair enough? You will evolve and change your opinions when you get out of college. Just hang in there. 21 year old me doesn't agree with 28 year old me who doesn't agree with 36yo me. 16yo me was probably the wisest version with the best game lol.

I am Detroit born and raised, and spent most of my adult life in Baltimore (without a car in low income areas). So that being said, I shouldn't have to explain to you how Atlanta, while has a lot of crime, isn't going to scare someone like me away.

We completely agree on "doing well as a white guy", but let's not compare the US to Japan, Japan is a homogenous society, we're a multicultural one. Japan has one of the most overwhelming/all encompassing cultures of any country.
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(09-12-2019 06:19 PM)FullThrottleTX Wrote:  Nulled,
It does make me sad that there are so many college guys on the forum (and I've met some of you). When I was in college, getting laid and dating was a cakewalk. I just couldn't imagine needing this forum for anything. You've got this built in opportunity to socialize with a lot of young people because you're in school, which evaporates when you leave. It's when you're detached from your college social circles that I think all of this starts to matter. If I knew what you know now in college, I'd pretty much be Gengas Khan... I remember when a college friend of mine asked if I wanted to "wing him" at a bar, I asked him "what's a wing?". lol...

I discovered Roosh, Roissy, et el when I was 28. By then, I had already been married and divorced. I had lived in a few cities. I had already had pretty good dating experiences. I barely knew anything about pickup in college, I would just naively meet girls in class, at parties, or in the various student groups I was a part of. It never crossed my mind at any point I was at the bottom of a social totem pole by not being in greek life because there were a lot of other groups I was a part of... I always just assumed those guys were assholes, and I typically crashed their parties (JHU parties lol, which are sad parties).

I just can't imagine what it's like for someone your age.
That said, I would not try to assume anything about people who are in their 30s and their social situations. Fair enough? You will evolve and change your opinions when you get out of college. Just hang in there. 21 year old me doesn't agree with 28 year old me who doesn't agree with 36yo me. 16yo me was probably the wisest version with the best game lol.

I am Detroit born and raised, and spent most of my adult life in Baltimore (without a car in low income areas). So that being said, I shouldn't have to explain to you how Atlanta, while has a lot of crime, isn't going to scare someone like me away.

We completely agree on "doing well as a white guy", but let's not compare the US to Japan, Japan is a homogenous society, we're a multicultural one. Japan has one of the most overwhelming/all encompassing cultures of any country.

A reasonable response.

Yeah, it's sad that alot of young guys are struggling. Simply put, the hypergamy is more advanced and furthered along in my generation (Gen Z). It's now like 10% top guys, 90% of the attention / chicks. Why? Instagram generation. Not having one is a social death sentence vs an inconvenience.
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For the sake of not derailing the thread with GenZ bullshit:

Here are my favorite picks of 2019. Btw all pics are from respective websites, they are in the public domain.

Believe Music Hall

https://believeatlanta.com/ 181 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30312


Its a rave place, so if EDM isn't your thing... also outside the VIP it's kinda cockfest. Still, I like it compared to tons of other spots right now. Rooftop bar is great place for approaches while girls grab a shot. Diverse girls... have your pick of the litter...

[Image: believemusichall.png]



Havana Club ATL
https://havanaclubatl.com/
3112 Piedmont Rd. Atlanta, GA 30305

I like this place and it seems to have a wide variety of either white or latin chicks. Expect a cover, and drinks. Hookah was like 50$ Undecided


[Image: havana.png]



Tongue & Groove
https://www.tandgonline.com
2420 Piedmont Road,
Atlanta, GA 30324

Not a bad spot, I'd recommend Fridays or Saturdays. Lots of Asians showing out, Indians here too but they usually stick to their own groups. Overall you can find every single race and most nationalities in the world here, probably.

[Image: TandG.png]
[Image: azns.png]

This summarizes my top 3. Have a safe night out gentlemen.
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