How to Succeed
with Women

Dating Q & A

Q: What should I do when she hates my porn collection?

A: When you are seducing a woman for the first few times, she simply shouldn¹t be allowed to find out that you have pornography. The only exception is if she asks to see some while you are having sex, and this is rare. Put it away where she won¹t find it while she¹s looking for a shirt to wear while she makes coffee the next morning.

As you get to know her better, continue to keep your porn where she won¹t see it, until you can figure out how she feels about it. The main thing you need to know is that if she hates porn, you must never argue with her about it. Simply listen to what she has to say, then change the subject. Arguing about pornography will never change a woman¹s mind on the subject. Don¹t even try. And keep it away from her.

Q: What should I do when she doesn¹t like my friends?

A: When you are first seducing a woman, she shouldn¹t meet your friends. Your friends represent an unnecessary variable in the seduction equation. You don¹t know what kind of idiotic things they may say or do to screw up your seduction. They may even try to steal the her from you! If you run into a friend when you are out with her, get rid of him as quickly as you can.

After you¹ve been sleeping with a woman for a while, she may begin to get to know your friends. The thing to know is that you must never abandon a friend because a woman doesn¹t like him. Don¹t hang out with them at the same time, but don¹t write him off, either. Some men abandon their male friends when they get into a relationship with women, and they pay the price in loneliness later. Don¹t make this mistake.

Q: What should I do if I find unpleasant surprises under her clothes?

A: This can happen. Henry was a rock musician, and after a performance in a bar, picked up an extremely hot woman and took her home. "When I reached under her skirt, I discovered she was a he!" Henry told us. "Needless to say, I told him to get the hell out of my apartment." This is an extreme example of the kinds of surprises you can get when you finally get a woman¹s clothes off.

One of our students got an attractive woman back to his apartment, only to discover that all of her body was covered by fine black hair. "It was an incredible turn-off," he told us. "I felt bad about it, but what could I do?" Another man told us about a date whose bustline turned out to be entirely padding. "I was so looking forward to getting my hands onto her breasts," he said. "I might as well have saved myself the time I spent seducing her, and grabbed a box of tissues!" Another man told us of a woman who had a pungent, unpleasant smell once he got her in bed. It¹s tragic, but sometimes it happens that you want to get rid of a woman because you discover she just doesn¹t turn you on. What should you do?

Most of the time, it doesn¹t pay to tell her your specific gripe about her body. All you¹ll do is upset her about something she may have little or no control over. Why devastate her? Why be mean? Try saying something like "I know! Let¹s go get some ice cream!" And jump up and start putting on your clothes. You can also say "I really want to know you better before we take this any farther," to tactfully slow down unenjoyable sexual play. It¹s no fun to have to bail out on a sexual experience, but if you do, try to do it as gently as possible.

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