The Other McCain has discovered a career cat lady who dishes out relationship advice while referring to herself as a high value woman.

High value women are well aware of the low value behaviors of Nice Guys. . . ..
If he judges you on your past or your sexual history you shouldn’t feel bad, you should feel turned off. A high value woman won’t feel the need to justify herself by answering these questions [i.e., about her past sexual experiences]. . . .
A good man gives without expectations and a high value woman shows her appreciation without having to be asked, because she feels safe to do so. . . .
You aren’t crazy to not be attracted to these so called Nice Guys. It’s normal. It’s your gut screaming at you. High value women learn to listen to and trust their intuition. . . .
A high value woman recognizes the difference between a Nice Guy and a Good Man and won’t feel the need to justify her lack of attraction.

McCain’s take down and general fisking of this idiot woman is on the money, but I feel that in the process he has overlooked one aspect.

But before I get to that, a note on the high value woman topic. Being a high value woman these days is like having a university degree – everyone’s got one so they aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. In other words, every single woman out there considers herself to be a high value woman. Even Triggly Puff, believe it or not. I mean a woman who could have had a serious career 90 years ago as a circus sideshow attraction today would consider herself to be a high value woman.

All women consider themselves to be a high value woman because that’s what they’ve been told since birth. That they’re special, and that they’re a princess, and that they deserve the best. Deserving the best just because you happen to exist is rather solipsistic, but that’s the entire point; women today can bathe in the glorious delusion that they are the center of the universe for everyone else that comes into contact with them. Which is why other women are their worst enemies, as other women who are objectively superior to them cause their hamster hive minds to melt down in furious wrath at the temptress and slut who risks shattering their delusion bubble.

In general, men don’t use the term slut. That insult is almost exclusively reserved for women. And they use it too. A lot.

Sisters! Besties forever!

Back to the article in question. McCain wrote the following:

In order to get any clear signal from her, however, a guy has to muster the courage to let his intentions be known, to stop pretending that he would be satisfied with mere friendship. This is what gives rise to the “Beta orbiter” syndrome, where the pretty girl finds herself surrounded by friendly “Nice Guys” who just hang around hoping that friendship will somehow magically be converted into romance. Good luck with that, pal. I’m not saying it never happens, but it’s time-consuming and generally counter-productive, since what your “friendship” does is give her the validation of male attention at no cost, as simply the fee you must pay for being allowed in her presence. The “Nice Guy” is like one of those hopeful beaus who flocked around Scarlett O’Hara at the Twelve Oaks barbecue. If a guy wants to be the romantic hero, however, he must study and emulate (to the best of his feeble ability) Rhett Butler.

This is all correct. But I don’t know how correct it is for the social media generation. I mean, just the fact that you’re on a site like Tinder means that you’re out to get lucky and that you’re not beating around the bush, so to speak. I’m not saying that Beta orbiters don’t exist in the younger generation, but I reckon that it’s slightly curtailed now that dating has been so objectively blown to pieces. Kids these days have grown up with social media and the normalisation of extreme sex via porn that is available to anyone with an internet connection. How many female virgins do you think there are getting their college degrees?

Not too many I would say.

Normally, you would not think of this as a problem. A young woman, a college student, is about to graduate, but has never had sex. Her intended beaux seem to stop at one kiss. Thus, she feels unwanted and unloved and undesired. With some reason …

Unfortunately, she sees herself as a reject. She does emphasize the fact that women do care deeply about their ability to attract male attention. How does it happen that she does not?Surely, we would have a better idea if we could see a picture.

Appearance matters.

No, it doesn’t, at least not anymore. Because every woman out there considers herself to be a high value woman, and because of sites like Tinder occasionally a woman who is a 5 gets to sleep with a man who is a 7, which then means that her expectations have risen to that level, (and her bizarre rationalisations of being a high quality woman have seemed to be justified).

From then on she thinks that she deserves a man who is a 7 because she had that experience once before. Which means that a man who is a 5 who in the past would have had a good shot at the title now has not much chance with her at all. So he has to settle for a 3, who in turn won’t sleep with a 3 anymore because she slept with a 5.

In other words, it’s a lot more complicated that it used to be.

This is why I don’t use dating apps. I like the old fashioned method of introducing myself in real life and risking getting shot down in glorious flames. Which means that McCain’s advice is valid for someone like me, (if I were a beta orbiter). But it might be out of date for the new kids on the block. Much like the missionary position. The last porn film to use that old faithful was shown on a projector in a theater with sticky seats. That’s progress, I suppose.

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