Notorious “game” guru and love tourist Roosh V posted a favorable review of The Way of Men to his blog today. Roosh’s books include Bang Poland, Bang Columbia, Bang Iceland, and Don’t Bang Denmark. When feminists in a country get wind of his arrival, they start a campaign to get him deported. If you want to learn how to have sex with women in a foreign country, he’s probably your guy. He had this to say about The Way of Men:
This book was important to me because it described the why of my current existence (and likely yours as well). Why do I get satisfaction from collecting flags and notches? Why do I like sticking my dick in a lot of different vaginas? Because in today’s world it’s one of the easiest ways to express my masculinity. While I’m sure I possess some genetic features that pushed me towards this outcome, I’m a man of my environment. I would have probably had a different “hobby” if I was born a couple generations ago.
That last point is a great lead-in to an essay I wrote about game, sex and the objectification of men, titled “Everyone a Harlot” that should go live in the next few days.
In the meantime, here’s an interesting defense of game from a White Nationalist perspective over at Counter-Currents.