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RE: Book Recommendation: The Manipulated Man by Esther Vilar
(11-11-2012 09:07 PM)cardguy Wrote:  I am not sure why most autistics are male.

Autism has been linked to high levels of prenatal testosterone and is often referred to as hyper-masculinization of the brain, which makes sense given a lot of the behaviors typical of autistic spectrum disorders.

This guy has published a lot of research on the testosterone/autism connection, and also happens to be Borat's cousin:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Baron-Cohen
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(11-11-2012 10:52 PM)Black Knight Wrote:  
(11-11-2012 09:07 PM)cardguy Wrote:  I am not sure why most autistics are male.

Autism has been linked to high levels of prenatal testosterone and is often referred to as hyper-masculinization of the brain, which makes sense given a lot of the behaviors typical of autistic spectrum disorders.

This guy has published a lot of research on the testosterone/autism connection, and also happens to be Borat's cousin:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Baron-Cohen

Yep. I used to teach a few autistic kids. One of them, if we allowed him to, would make towers by stacking colored blocks. The color scheme ALWAYS had to be exactly the same: red, green, blue and yellow. He was obsessed with this order; this simple logic system, if you will.

That's what autistics are like, especially Aspies: they love codes and systems. Aspies especially are coldly logical people who lack emotions such as empathy.
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(11-11-2012 10:52 PM)Black Knight Wrote:  
(11-11-2012 09:07 PM)cardguy Wrote:  I am not sure why most autistics are male.

Autism has been linked to high levels of prenatal testosterone and is often referred to as hyper-masculinization of the brain, which makes sense given a lot of the behaviors typical of autistic spectrum disorders.

This guy has published a lot of research on the testosterone/autism connection, and also happens to be Borat's cousin:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Baron-Cohen

Yep. I used to teach a few autistic kids. One of them, if we allowed him to, would make towers by stacking colored blocks. The color scheme ALWAYS had to be exactly the same: red, green, blue and yellow. He was obsessed with this order; this simple logic system, if you will.

That's what autistics are like, especially Aspies: they love codes and systems. Aspies especially are coldly logical people who lack emotions such as empathy.
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I haven't gotten all the way through yet and already I feel good about being a slave to my dog. At least I know she won't get me into any fights, and if shit does go down she will bite a motherfucker.

From now on, if any woman tries to trap me into an LTR, I'm just going to tell her I already have a wife. Then I will show a picture of my dog. That ought to creep her out enough to gets a steppin'.

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I am reading this shit now. I have a sudden urge to degrade the next chick i fuck. I was already realizing some of the stuff. For example I am only 19 and I fucking hate dating. It is fake and only stands to benefit women (they just show up and get a free meal, chauffeur and body guard while i get blue balls). I have gone out and just walked around the city alone and had way more time. I will only waste time on women for their vaginas/mouths since that is pretty much all they are good for. I am not buying shit for them unless it is cheap and will lead to fucking. I am not meeting any girl at a location where we could not have sex. I watched my dad get fucked by divorce since he makes many times what my mom does. It is all bullshit. I have never gotten into a ltr and never will. Marriage, monogamous relationships, society all benefit women.

Said she only fucked like 4 or 5 niggas so you know you gotta multiply by three
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Reading this book felt like receiving a red pill bukkake.
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I finished reading this book a few days ago. Really good read, I might write a review about it.

Has anyone read The Polygamous Sex? Tried looking for it on the Kindle store but apparently they don't have it?
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(12-09-2014 10:50 PM)FretDancer Wrote:  Has anyone read The Polygamous Sex? Tried looking for it on the Kindle store but apparently they don't have it?

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Just read The Manipulated Man. Highly recommended, no punches pulled, no explanation necessary. Here are some passages that stuck with me:

Quote:If women were free of financial cares, the majority of them would probably prefer to spend their lives in the company of other women rather than with men - and not because they are all lesbians. What men call lesbian tendencies probably have little to do with a woman's sexual drive. No - the sexes have almost no interests in common. What, besides money, can bind a woman to a man?

Women make ideal living companions for each other. Their feelings and instincts are retarded at the same primitive level and there are almost no individualistic or eccentric women. It isn't difficult to imagine the paradise they would create together and how exciting their existence would be, even if the intellectual level was appallingly low. But who would worry about it?

Quote:But this feminine claim to beauty is also supported by subterfuge, by a trick. Woman's greatest ideal is a life without work or responsibility - yet who leads such a life but a child? A child with appealing eyes, a funny little body with dimples and sweet layers of baby fat and clear, taut skin - that darling miniature of an adult. It is a child that woman imitates - its easy laugh, its helplessness, its need for protection. A child must be cared for; it cannot look after itself. And what species does not, by natural instinct, look after its offspring? It must - or the species will die out.

Quote:Just as woman denies herself any depth of emotion, she denies herself a sexual appetite: how else can a young girl tell her boyfriend she loves him but refuse him her body? Thanks to her mother's advice, a girl will suppress her desires even in puberty for the sake of the capital to be gained later. In earlier societies a bride had to be a virgin to be worth anything, and even today a girl who has little sexual experience will have a higher market value than one who has had a number of lovers.

Chastity in a man, on the other hand, has never been worth much. As women do not really care for men, they are not much interested in their chastity. For this reason a boy can never be raped by an older woman - only seduced. But let a man play that game with an adolescent girl! He will be lynched as a sex criminal by a female mob.

Quote:Contrary to men's fear, women do not, however, weigh one man against another and choose the most virile - far from it, as she herself is not all that keen on sex. In view of that, and provided all other conditions are equal, she is likely to prefer the less potent man because she can always blackmail him with her intimate knowledge of his weakness. In the realm of sex, more than any other, man is a victim of the principles of efficiency according to which he is manipulated. Indeed, he sets his own standards: three times in a row, very good; twice, good; once, satisfactory. If he fails as a sex machine, he is, in his opinion, a total failure. Even if he is a brilliant scientist he will never again be really happy. Women know this and take advantage. For example:
a. She can pretend she is unaware of her husband's lack of virility and continue to praise him for his prowess. (Probably the most frequent method applied.)
b. She can make a man believe his sexual failure is a real handicap, so that he considers himself lucky she stays with him.
c. She can threaten to expose his sexual inadequacy unless he does everything she wants; since a man would rather be called a thief or a murderer than impotent, he will bow his head to his fate and do what he is told.

Quote:This may suggest that women decide in favor of a home and family simply because they love children. But women are not capable of the unconditional love a child should have. This can easily be proved. Women only care for their own children, never those of others. A woman will accept a child who is not her flesh and blood only when she is physically incapable of having her own (and this only after everything has been tried - including artificial insemination by an unknown donor). Although orphanages throughout the world are full of appealing, needy children, and although the newspapers and TV report daily on the number of little Africans, Indians, or South Americans who are starving to death, a woman would rather give a stray dog or cat a home than a deserted child. And yet she pretends to love children.

A man who procrastinates in his choosing will inevitably have his choice made for him by circumstance.

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Quote:As the value of woman in society is not measured by intelligence but by completely different standards (in fact, there are no standards: man needs her and that is enough), she may be as stupid, in appearance or in reality, as suits her convenience.

It is my opinion that this book is a must-read for one to be taken seriously as a red-pill thinker and player.

To participate on the game board, one should have to quote at least one passage, as I did above, and connect that passage to our modern-day reality.

The above passage is incredible, as it is the essence of all romantic-comedy entertainment. In such entertainment, there is never a clear-cut reason as to why the male character is in love with the female character. She may have notable negative qualities, yet for whatever unknown reason he is blinded with love over her to the point that he will do anything, even at his own detriment, to demonstrate his feelings and appease her desires.

The objects of their affection never do anything noteworthy for them.

It is my personal belief that a man can not possibly love a woman that he has neither married nor had children with. Furthermore, even in the presence of such conditions, there has to have been an extensive history between the two people. In other words, I wouldn't say there is love when people have known each for a year and the man decides to propose after the girl tells him she's pregnant because "it's the right thing to do."

Love is serious business.

It is a business that takes time for one to invest themselves mentally, physically, emotionally, financially, and a variety of other adverbs. None of those can be absent from the equation, for then it is not a relationship based off mutual respect, desire, and affection, but one of convenience, in which one or both parties use each other to placate their own needs.

Most of us men will never experience the true love of a woman other than our mother's love. If you're a high-value man, then a woman looks at you as a resource from which she can extract something that she desires. She will give you whatever she can so she can have it, but not because she wants you to have it, just simply because that's her currency.

If you ever want to see a girl put real feelings, emotions, and time into someone, watch what she does for her female friends.

For another woman, she will work, sacrifice, worry, etc.

For you, she will make excuses.

We must thank Esther Vilar for such an honest perspective on the psychology of females. The problem most men have, blue-pillers and fake red-pillers, is that they invest too much time trying to fit women into ideal frames that fit their view of the world and other people. They are often surprised, and eventually angry, when those people demonstrate a reality to them that they refuse to see.

Wake up.

The woman is your adversary first and foremost. If she wants to be your teammate, it will take a conscious effort on her part to demonstrate that to you. That demonstration must be executed over an extended period of time so that you can see it through a variety of circumstances.

Love is serious business.

Make her work for yours.
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Bumping this thread with this interview between the author and a feminist:


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