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93Rye December 30, 2010 at 10:15 pm
The post originally started off as a post on “too attractive” females not being approached, but has evolved into a “do men prefer and exprienced women or a young one”

As a young woman who surfs countless blogs and is fascinated by this topic, I am going to have to say the points you are trying to assert are wrong. Dead wrong.

Great site! Some good articles for young ladies to read. With regards to the recent posts, I would suggest reading blogs by Roissy, Roosh or listening to youtube clips of Tom Leykis.

If women truely wanted to *learn* the unabashed male perspective, they would have to *listen* to an unbaised male point of view. When you read posts by Marc, Kurt, or Dashiell, you know you are getting the real deal. The reason many men do not want to commit to older, “experienced” and “liberated” women is simply because of the baggage that comes along with them. Plus, Jess’ assertion that younger women are immature is pure gibberish. Men are simply wired to desire younger women.

I am 19 years old, a swimwear model, and about to graduate college this summer. I have my priorities straight. However, hearing stories of women not being able to find a mate in their late 30s and 40s makes me sad. Young women today need the guidance of older women to give them good advice about getting a mate (start looking seriously for a husband at 23 years old, and marry at 25-30). Advice from clueless women like Jess are just hurting women’s perceptions of themselves.


94Susan Walsh December 31, 2010 at 1:09 pm
@Pretty Lonely
It sounds like you are really, really discouraged. I can understand why if you feel that you have spent eight years unproductively. I would say that the most important things for you going forward:
1. Definitely take the initiative with men you find attractive.
2. Don’t waste time on men who do not share your values. You don’t need four years to figure out a man doesn’t want to get married to you. Qualify men by determining whether they want the same things you do before getting very involved.
3. Do not attempt to hide your beauty. Cutting your hair short is not the answer if your goal is to look less attractive. Embrace your own looks and make the most of them. Just understand that the men who are most likely to approach you are probably the least worthy.