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By Duncan Rhyne (2002)
You know my philosophy. The only sensible personal value system is to seek optimal sexual experience, and after that, to have a gentle death. As do most men, I seek women who look young and beautiful, and I like to have love relationships for some time, but not forever. I am not interested in sexual relationships with prostitutes.
That I, just as most other men, prefer women who look as if they have had no or just very few sexual partners is a direct consequence of our fear of sexually transmitted diseases. Other aspects do play a role: our angst not to live up to the qualities of a previous man; the fact that being with an apparently innocent female gives us added confidence; or the likelihood that a girl for which we are the first partner will be more romantic.
Women, and moral institutions expressing the interests of women, call on the sense of responsibility of men not to discriminate against women who are getting older. Not to have a preference for younger women is politically correct.
But it is the wrong strategy.
I am all in favor of keeping women in the sexual arena for much longer than they currently are. And leveling the sexual market value of younger and older women, and the more beautiful ones and the less beautiful ones, will have a positive impact on society overall.
But ordering men, and compelling them, to just start finding older women more attractive is not the right approach. If we want to change men's perceptions, we have to change the social conditions for which these perceptions are the superstructure.
Rigorously controlling sexually transmitted diseases, and rigorously developing cures for sexually transmitted diseases are one such measure that will automatically elevate the sexual market value of older women.
Because childbirth ages female bodies in a manner highly disproportional to their chronological aging, it makes great sense for women to withhold childbirth for as long as medically advisable. I even believe that modern rich societies should allow women who can afford the financial burden to contract other women to carry their eggs, fertilized by the sperm of a man of their own choice.
To limit such consensual arrangements for ethical reasons is doing a disservice to both the rich women who can afford it and the poor women for whom such arrangements could mean financial stability for many years.
Of course there is no hope for such arrangements in those parts of the world that are dominated by the US, as it contradicts their hypocritical religious makeup. But when the rules will be made in Northeast Asia, the approach could become different. After all, any such case could easily contribute a million US dollars to the local economy.
There are, of course, other, less dramatic measures to level the sexual market value of younger and older women. Cosmetic surgery can contribute a huge share.
While "leveling the sexual market value" may sound like the opinion of an egalitarian, I am anything but.
I am in favor of keeping many more women for much longer in the arena of sexual mating games, but I am aware of the fact that there will always be sexual competition among both women and men, and there will always be some woman who fare better than others, just as there always will be some men who fare better than others.
I am not an egalitarian, but I advocate a mating game arena that admits many of those who currently don't feel fit to participate in the mating game, and I advocate a mating game arena of civilized rules, in which sexual contacts are established on the basis not of what we take, but of what we are given. "Civilized rules" also means that adversaries, even though they are in competition, don't hurt each other physically. Just let's be good sports.
That said, I am an elitist. I am often quite successful in outcompeting other men for love relationships with women whose sexual market value is way above average.
My advantage is knowledge-based. It depends on the fact that I know where to go. I could not generate my frequency of love relationships with females of a high sexual market value in Western Europe, simply because there is too much competition around.
But in Southeast Asia, I can be an alpha male. And even though I am in favor of improving human societies, so that as many people as possible (men and women) will have better sex lives, I am aware that my personal lifestyle doesn't match democratic mathematics.
If I myself, during my lifetime, have sex with just several girls and young women for whom I am one of the first sexual contacts, or the first definite one, then (given an approximate worldwide demography of 50 percent men and 50 percent women) hundreds of other men must be content with very few mates, or mates who had their first sexual contacts with other, better, men. Those are the betas. I am an alpha.
I am an alpha neither by birth (no nobility) nor inheritance (since I was 16 or 17, I never depended on financial contributions from my parents or family, nor did I receive them). I am an alpha male based on my intellect, my street smartness.
Not every environment equally accommodates my ambitions. It's my street-smartness that made me decide to pursue my sexual adventures in countries where the conditions to do so are better than in the US or Western Europe.
And it's my intellect that allows me to morally justify my desires, as well as the street-smartness I use to pursue turning them into reality.
I am neither famous, or a star (this would be terribly counterproductive for my exploits), nor am I really rich.
The secret is my success is the knowledge on where to pursue my exploits. I have traveled the world for sexual adventures for many years.
The results of this research, I have not previously published. Nor have I published on the tools of the trade: how to pursue your adventures in specific countries.
Regardless of whether you are 25, or 40, or 55, you can become an alpha male. You can become a man who has a new love affair every week or every two weeks, usually with a woman below 25, or even below 20. Provided you go to places I recommend.
To pursue a fantastic lifestyle at the right places, you only need an independent income of about 2000 US dollars net per month, and the freedom to live a good part of the year in a so-called Third World country.
While everybody can be an alpha male, no two cases are alike. Different countries are best, depending on your own race, on your age, your financial status, even your religion. Only one thing is certain: everybody can become an alpha male, enjoying multiple love relationships not just with any kind of women, but women, who, because of their youth and beauty, ran highly for sexual market value.
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