Pull up a chair fellas – it’s time to dive into the world of women and sex.
Particularly if they enjoy it as much as us men.
This is going to be fun.
And no – you don’t have to be a Chad Thunderccck to make women happy in bed.
So if this is something that you believe in, then I’ll help you smash that belief to pieces.
Yes Fellas – Women Do Enjoy Sex
It’s a good idea to confirm this right from the beginning. You may now press the back button and Google something else.
Kidding. Keep reading.
What is really the key driver of sexual enjoyment for a woman?
The answer would be this:
Her Desire For You
One of the main truths that I’ve been teaching for years is that a relationships health is entirely dependent on the woman’s desire for the man.
The man must do all he can to keep his desire as high as possible.
As long as a man has this high level of desire, the woman will want him.
And yes, she will want him sexually. All the time.
The Power of Sex
Diving a bit deeper here, let’s look at the situation of women and their biology.
For thousands of years, women were looked upon as the lesser in most societies.
Feminists would argue that they’re still the lesser in Western countries, but this just isn’t based on any truths at all.
However, women definitely are the lesser in Middle Eastern Islamic countries. That’s a fact.
Because women have been oppressed for thousands of years, women feel like they need to deny that they want to be sexual.
Does This Mean Women Should Be Proud Sluts?
No, of course not. These “proud slut walks” are a complete joke and only lessen their respect in my eyes.
But a woman should be proud to be sexual with a man that she desires.
Now I know the feminists are going to get mad and say, “Well, what if I desire that Chad Thundercock in the bar and want to bang him tonight?”
Well, it’s your body. Go for it.
But here’s the truth that feminists hate to admit:
Women have far more to lose when it comes to sex than men.
Feminists can deny that all they want, but it’s the truth.
Do STD’s hurt women or men more?
Can men get pregnant?
Do women feel stronger and more powerful after they have sex with a stranger?
Are men or women more physically and mentally drained from having random sex?
I know the answer to all these questions, but I won’t tackle all of them. But here’s what I will say:
The more partners a woman has, the less value she gives to sex.
Again, the feminists who sleep around and are proud sluts will disagree with me. They call me a misogynist and yada yada.
But it’s just the truth. And I would argue that men are also affected in a negative way. But we’re talking about women here…
When a woman has had less partners, she will value and appreciate the sex she has with her man.
This is a non-debatable fact.
You often hear about women who have lost their “glow” over the years.
What’s the driving factor behind losing this glow?
It’s through having sex with many men.
Every time a woman hooks up with a new guy, she loses a part of her glow.
It lessens and lessens that beautiful glow that men are so attracted to.
Again, the feminists will lash out and claim that I have no idea what I’m talking about.
But they are wrong.
What makes us human is our physical, emotional, and spiritual beings.
These three things combined is what forms the vibe that we give off to others.
The more you sleep around, the more you have sex with random people, the more your physical, emotional and spiritual essences take a beating.
This is why the Sexual Revolution has destroyed the West.
Now I’m not saying that you shouldn’t have sex with people.
All I’m saying is that if you’re sleeping around and on a mission to have as many partners as possible, you’re doing absolutely no good for yourself or for your partner.
I’ve consulted and coached A LOT of men and women over the years.
A common issue that pops up is the fact that the woman in the relationship has had a lot of partners in the past.
It’s at this point where I’m no longer surprised that the relationship has issues.
She doesn’t value sex nearly as much as the man does. You’re just another guy on her long list of dudes she’s banged.
Does this mean women can’t enjoy sex?
Not at all. Women who have had a lot of partners in the past and thus have probably been hurt and used a lot, can definitely still enjoy sex.
The key is that she must find you highly desirable.
But you definitely are facing an uphill battle. This is an absolute fact.
Instead of choosing to be with a woman who values sex as much more than just a physical connection, you’ve chosen to be with a woman who has practically given up on the idea of connecting emotionally and spiritually.
This is because the more partners a woman has, the less that sex becomes an emotional and spiritual adventure.
This is why Tantra and all these new-age books about love and sex focus on the spiritual connection.
These authors understand the importance of making sex a spiritual act. They know it’s what drives real connection.
Instead, the feminists are too busy telling us that sex is just a physical act that all women should engage in with no shame.
As a result, the man becomes too focused on pleasing the woman physically.
He ends up trying too hard, and this only turns the woman off because there is no way that you will match up to Chad’s 10-inch cock that caused your girl to squirt 14 times in one session.
If men focus too much on this physical reality, they will eventually lose the girl as the lack of confidence will show.
She will no longer want to have sex with you!
What’s the way around this? How do you “match up” to the many partners of her past if you’re with a promiscuous girl?
You’ve got to train yourself to not focus on the past men that she has been with.
Realize that it’s this present moment that matters. It’s pointless to compare yourself to the past.
As a man, by being true to yourself and totally in the moment, you can create this spiritual and emotional connection that your woman may have never felt before.
It’s by doing this that she will find you highly desirable because you are now connecting with her beyond just the physical.
You’re hitting her where it counts: her emotions and her spirit.
And that, my friends, is when a woman can truly enjoy sex as much as a man.
As a man, you must lead her to this destination.
It’s your job to take her to this new reality. She won’t do it herself.
She doesn’t know any better because sex to her is no longer a sacred act due to her promiscuous past.
Let’s move on to our next topic:
These Words Took Me From Heartbroken Failure To Desirable Hearthrob
Let me tell you a quick story…
Before I rejected the common mainstream relationship & dating advice B.S., I was extremely hard-headed.
I bought into all the bull crap you read out there, whether it were books on dating, PUA crap, DBT therapy, relationship counseling — you name it, I’ve done it (and paid thousands).
Trying to learn all these new-age, mainstream beliefs brought me nothing but humiliating failure after failure.
Learning all this theory actually made things worse.
I was never a ladies man to begin with. Not in the slightest. I think I was only around 120 pounds in high school, and no woman wants a frail boyfriend…
Fast-forward to college: I was lucky to get a girl every year, if that.
I lost my virginity at 21. Talk about a late bloomer.
And the sex wasn’t even good. I think I was pretty drunk as well.
The women I dated all seemed to be nutcases.
These “crazy” types were what I was attracted to for reasons I didn’t understand back then.
During college and my 20’s, I was eating up any dating information I could.
I wanted to get good at seducing women so I could actually keep a girl longer than a month or so.
The good news is that I was actually able to get dates with girls and I got pretty consistent at having a girlfriend.
The bad news is that I never got real commitment.
I could meet girls, take them home, date them for a few weeks.
But after several weeks of this, my bad habits got the best of me and the girls would leave.
I was getting dumped, cheated on, and left to rot over and over again. These girls were jumping ship the minute these “honeymoon” periods were over.
Because most of the dating advice you read isn’t based in reality.
Sure, it might get you some short-term results because people are attention-starved these days, but it doesn’t create lasting attractiveness.
And what’s also worth mentioning is that I could never actually date the women I truly wanted.
You know – the beautiful, sexy women that all the men wanted.
Instead, I was forced to settle with your average looking girl who happened to be crazy as well.
There are several reasons why average looking women tend to be crazier than beautiful women, but that’s a topic for another day…
Anyway, my relationship failures and lack of happiness was destroying my sense of well-being and confidence.
I knew I had to change things up.
I dumped all the blogs I was reading. No more pua crap. No more mainstream Huffington Post feminist articles, or AskMen columns or any love stories out of Hollywood (other than to laugh at).
No more thinking that reality TV and movies actually had legit relationship advice.
I heard some simple but wise words that caused a shift in my mentality:
“Stop, Look and Listen.”
And so I did.
I stopped everything I was doing. I decided to take a break from dating. I decided to listen.
And by listening, I mean watching what goes on in the real-world. To see how things actually work.
It was through this process of making friends with men and women who actually are in healthy, committed, fun relationships that guided me towards the truth.
Hearing that one phrase and just taking the time to soak in my actual surroundings instead of “listening” to people who for all I know could be 65, divorced 5 times and a hater of love.
Putting a “stop” on the path I was on was the key moment that lead me to where I am today.
I decided to focus on myself and commit to change.
It’s been quite a ride watching how much the state of relationships and dating has changed just over the past 5 years.
People have come and go. Many “experts” have been exposed as frauds. Online communities have gotten worse and worse. Therapists can’t even keep up with the rapid changes of technology.
Recognizing the fact that the “rules” of relationships have changed dramatically is why this community I’ve created continues to grow and prosper.
People like you who read this blog aren’t stupid.
However, the rest of society who has bought into the bull crap out there ARE becoming stupider.
The first “Foundational Pillar” in my entire relationship system that I’ve developed over the years is the importance of putting yourself first.
It sounds simple, yet you look around and nobody really has this attitude anymore.
And yet it’s the one core concept that I constantly see “reignite” relationships.
I can bring exes back and awaken a relationship from the dead. I’ve seen it happen over and over again.
And this is just one “Pillar” of several.
Episode 03: The “Pillars” of a Successful Relationship (and life).
In this episode of the my podcast, I walk you through all of these pillars of my system.
For 35-minutes, you’ll get a crash course of how these “Pillars” will make your relationships better, almost immediately.
I developed this system through real-world experience, and have been fine-tuning it year after year through the thousands of successes I’ve seen it bring.
And, I reckon it will do the same for you.
It forms the base of everything I teach and you won’t find these truths on any mainstream blog.
You can get access to this podcast, and 20+ others, right here:
– Rick Reynolds