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The Possibility of Sex
- How Naïve and Lustful Men are Manipulated by Women Regularly
- By: Alan Roger Currie
- Narrated by: Alan Roger Currie
- Length: 6 hrs and 22 mins
In his second audiobook release, The Possibility of Sex: How Naive and Lustful Men are Manipulated by Women Regularly, Book Author Alan Roger Currie once again highlights the fact that when a man expresses his romantic or sexual desires, interests and intentions to women in a very cautious, vague, ambiguous, or "beat-around-the-bush" manner, he potentially opens himself up to be misled and taken advantage of by women who are shrewd, savvy, highly experienced manipulators of men.
Alan should have a PhD in The Psychology of Women!
- By rebeccajlsk on 01-02-15
Don't let manipulative women waste your time!
Looking back to my late teens, I can pretty much say that my first romantically frustrating experience in life was exactly with a type of girl who was a Timewaster. I allowed both my time and money be wasted while going out with her only to find out later that she didn’t even want to kiss me or have sex with me when I tried escalating and, on top of that, with her words she was very vague and ambiguous, only offering me “the possibility of sex”. Back then I felt it was enough, and during my next call to her I just asked one question “When are we having sex?”. She kept playing head-games. I hung up on her and never pursued her company again in a romantic or sexual manner. It must have been my intuition that made me identify her as a “big time game player”.
Many years later I learned about Alan Roger Currie’s books. I decided to read all of them. And while reading to Alan’s original Kindle e-book “The possibility of sex”, I clearly remembered the time when I was hanging out with that girl: I was “hoping to get laid”, I was “courting” her because I thought (and I had been told many times) that girls need to be courted, and that every man is supposed to know how to court women in a right way. A question that comes up is this “What is left to us, men? What are we left with? With the hope that our courting will lead to a desirable result someday? With the possibility of sex?”
Questions like this really show that, instead of knowing the outdated (and often ineffective) ‘courting skills’, we should…we HAVE TO know how to weed out women who are there to waste our valuable time and our money. We should also be able to see through any manipulative head games women often play, whether it’s to test a guy or to pull his strings. And by weeding out such women (and let them deal with other men who are willing to accept this kind of behavior) we, actually, make room in our lives for sincere, genuine and loving female romantic and sexual companions…for a short encounter or for a happy long term relationship. And this is what Alan’s book is about! It is to give us, men, the ammunition to be these secure and strong men.
Even though I read the e-book Kindle version of “The possibility of sex”, I’ve enjoyed the audiobook ‘delivery’ more. Not only because I’m an auditory person, but also because I can feel the author’s passion and commitment to do his best to inspire us, men, to learn the difference between sincere and manipulative women. I once had an hour long video consultation with Alan and, more than half of the time we spent talking, he helped me identify Timewasters among women I was interested in. After the consultation I thought “I wish every man could have this kind of knowledge on his hands”. And here it is: 6+ hours of the author giving you a “personal consultation” and giving you the knowledge you will HARDLY ever get anywhere else (sincere women are usually not aware of all manipulative strategies, so they look surprised when you’re discussing it with them; manipulative women will usually give you the IMPRESSION that they don’t know what the heck you’re talking about..”Manipulation…huh?”).
Other than the 1st part of the book (the first part mostly focuses on the 4 types of Timewasters), I found particularly interesting the chapter on “Man thieves”: I’ve always thought women competing for the opportunity to win a guy over is a good thing, but, as it turns out, getting involved with a woman who “enjoys stealing other women’s men way too much” can be a really bad decision.
I would recommend this book to any man. And I’ve given advice to my friends on how to identify Timewasters and other No-Good women in their dating lives.
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