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- Publisher: Velocity House (November 10, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 10, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AY8OCIY
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Get Inside Her: Dirty Dating Tips & Secrets From A Woman On How To Attract, Seduce And Get Any Female You Want Kindle Edition
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I almost feel embarrassed having these books laying around. If someone sees me read a pick up artist book they might assume that I'm a complete loser like the authors of these books do. Besides that, the advise is mostly common sense. Ask a lot of women out and eventually one will say yes. Act confident. Don't be too clingy. You might find some useful information in here, but it all seems directed at a complete loser male. The thing is these books market themselves like "dirty secrets of getting laid" and "get the inside psychology on how to get women to sleep with you" then they basically tell you to act confident and don't be scared of approaching women. Where's all the dirty secretes and insider psychology? I must have missed it.
They portray women as edgy, sophisticated, desirable beings that must deal with loser males drooling all over them and acting weak. Both the book Bang (written by a man) and this book (written by a woman) seem to have similar assumptions in that regard. I don't see any real difference in males or females in that regard. If you go into a bar you will mostly meet alcoholic, drug addict women who have bad attitudes, who don't understand basic social etiquette and who make lots of bad choices in life (this is not a good thing if you want anything more than a one night stand). And you will meet men who are pretty much the male counter parts to these females. I'm not sure why the pick up artist community believes otherwise.
If you are a normal guy who is already confident and can actually get a date with a totally ugly undesirable woman, then you might get marginally better with women from reading this kind of material, but there is nothing earth shattering in here. I think the whole PUA culture brings our society down a notch culturally because it just magnifies the trashiness of the whole dating scene. That being said, I'm glad to improve wherever I can, even if it is only marginally. I just wish there were more sophisticated pick up books written for a normal audience.
On the positive side, it is a fantastic kick in the rear to approach women. It also does offer some specific perspectives on things that I had not considered. There does seem to be some good advice in here that I will probably refer back to.
On the negative side, it is in desperate need of an editor. It is plagued with grammatical errors. How plagued? Think bubonic plague. At times her point just does not come across at all the way she likely intended it. I found myself having to insert words into the sentences in order for it to make any sense. She offers 'assignments' as well, but they could have been more clearly defined. There were a couple of times where I was not really sure what the 'assignment' was, and had to re-read the section. Absolutely horrible grammar. I've just never seen these kinds of errors in a published book before, and find it surprising that Velocity Publishing printed it. I think that this book would have been so much better if it were edited. I'm assuming it was not at all. Maybe this is just a problem with the paperback version?
Despite the problems, I'd give the book a 3.5 if it were possible. I'm probably going to check out her blog and videos online.
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