Feminism’s Monster

A college roommate was able to bone several different women each week. He was good looking, but not substantially hotter than me. He was also petulant, in a childish, pay-attention-to-me way.

I was on the couch when I overheard him say from his loft, “I love you.” His girlfriend was insisting he commit to her before she’d have sex with him. Three weeks later, he was on to the next one.

I used to feel really sorry for these women. I had a conscience. How could my friend abuse them?

I’d even listen to their problems. I was not an orbiter looking to score. I was genuinely interested in comforting them.

Ten years later, I am my friend.

Not only do I lie, but I enjoy it. I concoct detailed false narratives.

I’ve re-watched Catch Me If You Can many times, and have read books by con men. I create separate identities – new jobs, new names, new relationships – when meeting women.

My friends go along with this, enjoying the fun. What name do you want me to call you by? What’s your job?

Creating fictional characters is as much a part of the pre-game as listening to good music and taking Vodka shots.

When I’m visiting a new city, I set up an online dating profile. I tell women I date, “I just moved here for work.” They fuck me, hoping to score a guy new to the scene before another woman can snatch me up.

Then I must always leave, “on business,” of course.

I’ve become everything my friend was.

How I got here is a tired story, shared by many men. I played the game by the rules. Upon learning that I was playing a rigged game, I went through rage, grief, depression, and denial.

Feminism created me. As with Marry Shelley’s Frankenstein, I am too ugly for my creators to behold.

I don’t think of myself as a victim, because I am happier than ever. I get an unreal amount of sex. In relationships with women, I am in complete control.

I emotionally manipulate every girl I am with, as a cat does with a mouse.

When dealing with American women, one may remember Nietzsche’s admonition, “Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster.”

Nietzsche was wrong.

I have become a monster, and life as a monster is far better than one lived as a human.

  • http://theprivateman.wordpress.com theprivateman

    Be nice, be yourself.

    Ha! I’m just fuckin’ with ya.

    Oh wait, shouldn’t that be “smell nice and ignore them?”

    • Mike

      Gentlemen, I was as surprised as you were when I learned that women not only expect a false narrative, they enjoy it and will even feed it themselves. They only want a real guy when it comes to marriage, and then they see him as clay they can mold into what they want. They think with enough nagging, it’s possible. So they make their own hell, and force us to live in it. To quote the WOPR, “the only way to win is not to play.”

  • YaBoymatt

    Hey man I
    Just curious how old are you and what age group are you getting the best results from.I’m noticing that for most of us the ability to pull easily didn’t ramp up until around 31.

    Nice post btw

  • http://www.rooshv.com Roosh

    “and have read books by con men”

    any recommendations?

    • http://dangerandplay.wordpress.com dangerandplay

      “Catch Me If You Can: The True Story of a Real Fake.”

      It illustrates how to create an entirely different persona. The movie does a great job. Note how Leo is able to “become” a pilot.

      I’ll say I’m a kindergarten teacher. Come up with stories about parent-teacher meetings, how a parent tried seducing me, etc.

      It’s a rush.

      “How to Cheat at Everything: A Con Man Reveals the Secrets of the Esoteric Trade of Cheating, Scams, and Hustles”

      These are cons and bar bets. It illustrates how easily you can trick people when you offer them something easy.

      There was a good post on “Beta Provider Game.” Maybe at Dalrock’s?

      Anyhow, a guy would date late-20’s/early-30’s chicks. When asked why he was single, he’d say, “I haven’t found a girl who wants to live a traditional lifestyle where I take care of a woman.”

      Beta Provider Game is a con.

      • john d

        “When asked why he was single, he’d say, “I haven’t found a girl who wants to live a traditional lifestyle where I take care of a woman.””

        Now THAT’S devious. i like ;)

      • Mike

        Oh, yes. That’s a winner every time. It comes to you early, the first time you’re short of cash because of women and their dating rituals. Trouble is, in my experience, these women looking for a meal ticket are lousy in bed and they rarely even try, because they’re used to these sniveling betas giving them everything. I find that even if a woman doesn’t articulate the thought, if she’s one who wants to belong to – or bed down with – an alpha, she’s better in bed and she’s not looking for anything but some fun. It’s a pity, because the younger ones tend to be the former. They don’t know any better. It’ll take a couple of marriages before they realize betas are total losers.

  • http://johnnyshornofplenty.wordpress.com johnnymilfquest

    I co-sign all of this.

    I’m a long-term unemployed man living in the midst of a global economic depression.

    But do I tell women that?

    Fuck no. Not if I want to get my dick wet!

  • http://bronanthebarbarian.wordpress.com Bronan the Barbarian!

    I love the fake dating profile idea. I’m assuming you’re staying in hotels when you’re visiting new cities. Do you go for the bang at her place?

    • http://dangerandplay.wordpress.com dangerandplay

      If at a friends: I’m staying with him while I find a place.

      If at a hotel: I’m in corporate housing for the next 30 days.

  • http://twitter.com/HR_Hughes Hughes (@HR_Hughes)

    Love your blog, but I don’t support this. I once worked with a professional con man in the “investment” industry. I saw first hand there is nothing glamorous about a lifestyle of manipulation and deceit. All the lies and all the energy that comes with keeping up those lies. And for what? Usually for very little. It’s very dirty work and not fun like Hollywood movies say. I swore to never manipulate another person after that terrible experience.

  • http://norway-v-breivik.blogspot.com/ Andrea Muhrrteyn

    A Proposal for defining the Feminist vs Anti-Feminist Problem


  • http://rivelinoinspain.wordpress.com Rivelino

    incredible post.

    my favorite part:

    “How I got here is a tired story, shared by many men. I played the game by the rules. Upon learning that I was playing a rigged game, I went through rage, grief, depression, and denial.”

    i wish i could be a total asshole, but my conscious gets to me at times.

    maybe it’s my catholic guilt.

  • http://norway-v-breivik.blogspot.com/ Andrea Muhrrteyn


    No Interest from Danger and Play and readers; to:

    Andrea Muhrrteyn (December 20, 2011 at 6:20 am)

    A Proposal for defining the Feminist vs Anti-Feminist Problem

  • Nine Furies

    The roleplaying stuff is so money. If played well enough you can get caught red handed for lying and she will be that much more attracted/ intrigued.

    I surely do love women.

    How can you ever feel bad for lying to such solipsistic creatures?

  • http://kaneadvice.wordpress.com Kane

    I did this when I first started getting into game hardcore. It brought me a lot of success, but eventually I moved away from it. I don’t think it’s wrong to lie to someone who is practically begging you to do it, but I just preferred to tell my own story, maybe it’s narcissism. Lying is probably a more efficient strategy.

  • http://veritasaculeus.wordpress.com Simon Rierdon

    This works especially well if you travel regularly for work. Couldn’t tell you how many bangs I got with different personas.

  • http://supermanpua.blogspot.com Superman

    I’ve been meaning to read some books on con-men since I’ve kinda becoming one with the shenanigans I’ve been getting into lately. I’ll check them out.

  • http://xsplat.wordpress.com/ xsplat

    I’m assuming that this is one night stand advice, and not something you’d pull on a girl who fit your LTR criteria.

  • Doc

    Your path to becoming a “Monster” is a common one. Every man who has taken that route can thank the women they met for opening their eyes to what “can be”. The thing is that women enjoy this – if they didn’t you wouldn’t benefit. So don’t feel bad about it – you are providing a service… And getting serviced in return… :)


  • Jose

    I’d rather stay single, lonely and a virgin the rest of my life before drinking up your perspective, DP.

    Very, very sad. You give people very little credit in this post. When I have such high admiration for you, you shoot me down like a zeplin.

    I’d be happy to take the experiences you’ve risked for me and transforming them into something so much more beautiful.

    I’m 21, but still, to each his own.

  • http://dangerandplay.wordpress.com dangerandplay

    Because I can.

  • YaBoymatt

    I will be honest and say hat the thrill of lying and being a “bad boy” is why I lie to he women I fuck. It’s a mad
    Rush I am addicted to. What the he’ll
    Do I care about the feelings of some spinster in her 30s who
    Wouldn’t have given my nice guy younger self the time of day a decade ago.

    Enjoying the decline!

  • http://johnnyshornofplenty.wordpress.com johnnymilfquest

    + 1.