How To Trigger Female Lust
Dating Books For Men. Copyright 2008
Author: Michael Pilinski
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Despite what you may see every week on reruns of 'Sex and the City', women are entirely opposite to men in that the more *anonymous* the sexual encounter, the LESS gratifying the experience. Contrary to the depiction of the fictional uber-slut Samantha, satisfying sex for a woman does not begin and end with the quest to find someone new to share an orgasm with. For the most women, the more
connected they feel to their lover the more overwhelming the complete sexual experience is for them.
This is the exact reverse of typical male thinking, right? Men are MORE turned on by the idea of having sex with a woman right off, scoring a one-night stand with a perfect stranger, or perhaps just fantasizing about being in a stag movie and having wanton sex with scores of hot women he barely knows. The connecting link between all these scenarios is that there is no emotional bonding
for the man. Heck, there might not even be an introduction between the man and the woman! For the guy, the more anonymous the sex, the more exhilarating the idea of the conquest.
How the two genders make use of (and even exploit) this understanding of each other's romantic weakness, however, is an entirely different story.
Women know exactly how to turn men on by manipulating this hardwired 'quirk' in their nature that absolves them of the need to actually know anything about a woman who has triggered his desire to mate. How? Simply by pushing this uniquely male "anonymous sex" button long and often - by acting sexy and remaining emotionally aloof at the same time. The stripper, the table dancer, the whore. The molten hot stranger. Any persona will do - and all are useful when the design is straightout seduction!
Men, on the other hand, are generally clueless about how they might turn the tables and pull off the same trick. In fact, the prevailing feeling seems to be that female lust is such a mysterious 'holy grail', so rarely encountered in real life, that it has taken on something of a mythical quality. The feeling is that some women just have it for certain men, and not
for others... and there's no understanding the reason why.
But can female lust be triggered by the deliberate actions of a man? I say, yes, it can! Women get sexually turned on just as men do of course, but - owing to differences in reproductive biology - it happens through a completely different set of mental processes. Men respond to a VISUAL look that suggests youthfulness and thus fertility. But women are not interested so much in a man's age, because males remain virile well into the later years.
What they hold out for, instead, are signs of male POWER.
The fact of the matter is that women possess a deep-rooted sub-intellectual instinct that compels them to submit themselves for copulation with what they sense to be a dominant male
. They cannot help feeling this way - despite the fact that the modern woman manages to suppress the urge to act on these feelings most of the time. So when a man learns how to project the most subtlest of gestures, actions and attitudes that suggest he is a "dominant male", he can force a woman's subconscious mating desires to become aroused, whether she likes this or not.
And some women won't like this one bit. A chick may get upset because she senses that you have forced her to experience a potent feeling which she may feel compelled to conceal with the workings of her more rational mind. So there's a conflict here - when a woman consents to have sex with a man who has set off these automatic desires in her, she stands to enter into the hottest, most fulfilling sensual experience that it is possible for her to have. She knows it...
AND she's also frightened of it - because once unleashed it can be difficult to stem the cascade of all-consuming passions. She risks taking the kind of social and romantic chance that only takes place a precious few times in her life. Can she allow herself to become addicted
to a man who can make her see stars?
By learning to adopt the actions and attitudes of the dominant male, it is possible for you to create these kinds of emotional disturbances in women almost at will. Any girl can have her "lust triggers" ignited by the right set of actions on the part of a male she has begun to trade unconscious mating signals with. And when the ability to seduce becomes more skill than luck, your chances of suffering the humiliation of rejection are also greatly reduced. By this stage you have done more than learned how to act the part of a dominant male, you have become one. And in truth, there is no real difference.
Because in this game, acting is BEING.
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B Y T H E S A M E A U T H O R . . .
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Michael Pilinski, the author discussed in my Without Embarrassment review, is a deep-thinking battle-scarred woman's man, who has figured out how to ascend the Male Dominance Scale by which women grade men as a potential mate. Care to improve your score?
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