She's Dating 5 Men At The Same Time - MGTOW
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‘Sales funnels’ and high-value men: the rise of strategic dating
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Abraham on Patreon and he didn't give me a topic. So what I want to discuss an article called: "Sales funnels and high-value men: the rise of strategic dating" and it's about a woman sharing her story of dating 5 or more guys at the same time and I want to read a bit from that article and I quote: "Rebekah Campbell remembers the moment she knew things had to change. “I got to age 34 and woke up one Christmas morning on a fold-out bed in the garage of some friends of my parents and was like, ‘I don’t want to live the rest of my life like this,’” she says. “I could see that I was potentially going to miss out on having a family unless I did something drastic.” Campbell was single and had not been on a date since the death of her boyfriend a decade prior. In those 10 years, she focused her energy on building a successful business career, including founding the order-ahead app Hey You. So she resolved to begin dating the same way she launched brands: by sketching out a plan that resembled the “sales funnel” she used in her work. “I thought about it the same way for dating: at the top of the funnel I needed to have as many candidates as possible,” she says. To bring in “leads”, Campbell signed up for online dating platforms such as eHarmony and Tinder, and tasked friends with matchmaking duties. She created a list of the traits she wanted in a partner. To vet candidates, she had screening calls with potential dates before meeting them. And to ensure a “controlled experiment”, she met her suitors at one of the same two venues every week. Campbell documented her strategy in the book 138 Dates, out now through Allen & Unwin. (The approach paid off – after three years of dating, Campbell met her now-husband.) 138 Dates is one woman’s personal dating strategy, but Campbell is not alone in applying a set of rules to her love life. On Reddit, a community of 179,000 mostly heterosexual women discuss their courtship tactics in the subreddit r/FemaleDatingStrategy. The board began in 2019 . . . and offers a range of (often brutal, expletive-laden) advice to single women, designed to “[optimise] the female dating experience”. Among the six-point FDS mantras are “ruthlessly evaluate men”, “make him invest before sex” and “don’t split the bill”. Its list of no-nos includes asking a man out (FDS believes women should not make the first move) and drink dates (they’re “low effort”; going out for a meal is preferred). FDS advocates dating multiple men simultaneously, cutting suitors off at the first red flag and, as Campbell did, conducting pre-date interviews over the phone. The goal is to filter out anyone who is not, in FDS parlance, a “high-value man”. unquote. For the first part of this talk I'll discuss Rebekah and in the second half I'll discuss the female dating strategy subreddit and why women that follow it are doomed to fail. But before I discuss more let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOW Book Collection:
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