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I'm curious, outside of the Manosphere, does anyone here read female-written blogs about dating/game?
The most famous one is "HookingUpSmart": www.hookingupsmart.com
It seems to be a huge mega-blog maintained by a woman named Susan Walsh who claims to be a university professor/researcher. She has a casual tone and discusses alpha/beta males, game, the fact that 20% of the guys get 80% of the girls, etc. She does, in fact, corroborate a lot of what the men are saying, so quite a few manosphere bloggers like her and link to her. Every post she writes gets like 1000 replies, so it's a hugely popular blog, I'm sure some of you have heard of it. It gets a very good reception from men because she seems to be kind of a unique woman who can look at dating through male eyes.
Some of her recent columns that have caught my attention -
http://www.hookingupsmart.com/2011/10/3 ... -the-rise/ - "Men are giving up on women"
http://www.hookingupsmart.com/2012/05/1 ... beta-male/ - "10 Reasons to Date a Beta Male"
In theory, it's not a bad blog, she cites scientific studies and journals.
For some reason, however, I really feel uncomfortable and anxious when reading these female blogs. They confirm a lot of what makes me uneasy. Some of her female commenters are confirming that they are "rejecting too many guys these days" and that men are "invisible" and expendable, and I really didn't need to hear it AGAIN -- least of all from the women themselves, lol...
Anyway, your thoughts? Have you heard of this blog, how do you like it?
I used to read Date Me D.C. However it seems the main poster has gotten engaged to some sucker.
I don't mind reading blogs from women when they make sense.
These uppity ass White Women (Sometimes Black Women) get on my last nerve talking about how their boyfriend (not husband) accepts their bossy asses.
I wish these Corporate, College Educated Tricks would come my direction with that sh*t. I make it my personal business to DEFEAT these easily replaceable women...