PUA coach Tom Torero committed suicide

Two of my exes from back in my late teens/early 20s, a time when neither marriage nor children were on my mind, are now married with kids, one has two and is a psychologist, the other has three and is a lawyer. Both have a transgender kid, what are the odds of that?
Whatever kind of odds you have, they're certainly good ones. Have you been to a casino recently?
 

Blade Runner

Hummingbird
Orthodox
Two of my exes from back in my late teens/early 20s, a time when neither marriage nor children were on my mind, are now married with kids, one has two and is a psychologist, the other has three and is a lawyer. Both have a transgender kid, what are the odds of that?
They're Canadian, right? The higher the level of social naivete and carelessness about principle, such as that in Canada, the higher the odds of the transformation into madness.
 

griffinmill

Pelican
Two of my exes from back in my late teens/early 20s, a time when neither marriage nor children were on my mind, are now married with kids, one has two and is a psychologist, the other has three and is a lawyer. Both have a transgender kid, what are the odds of that?

One small correction. They don't have a transgender kid. There is no such thing as transgender. It's just the next level of liberal reality-inversion.
 

Argus101

Sparrow
Protestant
Two of my exes from back in my late teens/early 20s, a time when neither marriage nor children were on my mind, are now married with kids, one has two and is a psychologist, the other has three and is a lawyer. Both have a transgender kid, what are the odds of that?
I hope the parents aren't so deluded as to put their "transgender" children on puberty blockers prior to major surgery that can really mess up
their lives! Most children that claim to be "transgender" eventually outgrow their illusions and adjust to reality.
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
Tom Torero struggled with depression all of his life and I would guess he was on SSRIs which have really poor efficacy and cause suicidal thoughts. He had also just been deplatformed by a feminist with the usual big Lefty Specacles working for Newsweek magazine who destroyed Tom's livelihood and character, totally ruining him. He was also unable to be in Switzerland as a ski instructor (his new career it seems) owing to Brexit or Covid restrictions. It would not have been fun to be 41 and facing these kinds of challenges.

Wow, how this forum changed - I almost got booted off permanently about four years ago just for mentioning his name. Competing business model, and all.

I hadn't heard about his death, but I do remember he pulled his own material off everything back in 2019. The fat hairy bespectacled busybody who cancel-cultured him is a pretty horrible person, but his PUA business was folded before all of that went down.

I also have to wonder if there were other factors going on - SSRI dependency would certainly not help. I am curious if anyone found a real obituary listing, since Tom Torrero is/was not his real name. Optimistically I would like to think he is laying low until he can resurface and try to live a normal life under an alternate alias.

EDIT - unfortunately it does sound like he's gone. It also sounds like he was trying to be less public and more subscription based about what he was doing pre-2019. The Newsweek article written by that hairy monster of a journalist mentions his real name. The entire piece reads more like a personal attack and nothing illegal is even alleged. "The law hasn't kept up" Ok, kept up with what? A man's ability to speak to women at all? That person should be sued by Torero's family.
 
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Pilgrim of the East

 
Banned
Protestant
some of you may have known him personally and may hold him in higher regard as a result, but to me it seems that he was fornicating degenerate who build his carrier on sin.
If that was foundation of his life, why would anybody be surprised that he committed suicide?

And the "hit-job" article may sound like personal-attack, but in large part consists of his own citations, so the main problem is disclosing his real name, not that it's one-sided...
 
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SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
some of you may have known him personally and may hold him in higher regard as a result, but to me it seems that he was fornicating degenerate who build his carrier on sin.
If that was foundation of his life, why would anybody be surprised that he committed suicide?

And the "hit-job" article may sound like personal-attack, but in large part consists of his own citations, so the main problem is disclosing his real name, not that it's one-sided...
I don't know why you use the snark quotes around the term hit job, that article was precisely that, and in spite of his habits, he wasn't doing anything illegal and didn't deserve to be pilloried by a busybody who's likely spouting even worse cultural lies and drivel while she writes for a mainstream publication. I don't remember him ever disclosing his real name - this news was the first I'd found out about it but I always assumed he was using an alias.
 

Pilgrim of the East

 
Banned
Protestant
I don't know why you use the snark quotes around the term hit job, that article was precisely that, and in spite of his habits, he wasn't doing anything illegal and didn't deserve to be pilloried by a busybody who's likely spouting even worse cultural lies and drivel while she writes for a mainstream publication. I don't remember him ever disclosing his real name - this news was the first I'd found out about it but I always assumed he was using an alias.
these aren't snark quotes, these are quotation marks because I disagree with the term hit-job for something that is true. He wasn't doing anything illegal and the article doesn't claim he did (although in many countries these recordings WOULD be illegal).
 
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