You will never be hotter than you are at 22, so plan accordingly.It’s important to recognize that some men display a motive for artificially elevating the SMV of aging males, so ignore any wisdom characterized as “red pill.” In my own coaching materials, I always suggested that a woman’s peak was 27-30 in terms of her desirability to the most men, and that a man’s peak was 35-39.Women need to understand that the male curve lags the female curve by about five years, is flatter and a little wider.That means you’ll have more competition from younger women as you age.If a man thinks he can date a 10, but no 10’s want him, then, evidently, he’s overestimated his sexual market value.If a woman dates online and thinks she can date a man 10 years younger because she “looks good for her age”, but no men 10 years younger give her the time of day (apart from requests for NSA sex), then, well, she, too, has overestimated her sexual market value. Anyone who holds out for a 500K salary but finds that no one is willing to pay it will remain unemployed for a really, really long time.
Like flipping a switch, he can change drastically from one extreme to the next. He or she acts one way when they are around you, but completely different around your parents, and completely different around their friends. Slowly, you lose your friends until you feel like your partner is the only person you have left. Your partner cycles from mean and vicious to sweet and loving, then back again. He might set traps for squirrels or rabbits and then torture them.Other well established advocates are Just For Guys, Married Man Sex Life, Dalrock just to name a few.What are your thoughts on the increasing red pill trend?Essentially, whether you’re a 3 or a 10 is not really your decision. Anyway, back to the original premise: I think we can agree in general that young women remain particularly appealing to men, even when it gets a bit creepy.I think we can also agree that, for whatever reason, older men seem have more dating options than older women.
Good Enough” is pretty much a meditation on this very subject.