Sexual Selection


Sexual selection can be a very interesting exercise to witness...

When preying, men act bizarrely, which is natural. However there are some schmucks teaching men how to get women by the use of pathetic techniques. For example:
Playing psychological games – there is the notion that women enjoy palm reading, tarot cards, illusionism etc. All this in a Club? Women must be really tossed to fall for this.
Praising their beauty – (this one is a classic) even I experienced it. I recall being asked if I knew how beautiful I was; I looked at the guy and crafted an answer like “Yeah, I have a mirror at home!”
Photos of themselves with pets & children – this could work if the men using this method were looking for a wife (since this kind of photo suggests responsibility and family orientation); but in a club context (where men are looking for a sex-pass) it makes no sense at all.
Confusing women – if they ask men “what do you do for a living?” guys are supposed to answer something like “I fix pencils”. Would somebody please explain me how this witless answer would result in a sex-pass?
Breathing down women’s neck – not sexy. I have experienced this one too, and I can tell you that my reaction was “Do you suffer from any respiratory problem? Shall I dial 911?”
Playing the I’m-too-hot-4-u Game – first smooth talk women, then treat them like dirt; wait 8 minutes and “then watch them melt all over you”...this is ridiculous. First, do not smooth talk me, then you do not have the courage to treat me like dirt; don’t bother waiting 8 minutes cause we’re through...and melting, what am I? A M&M?

Vaginalising: [Yes, I gave birth to this word] patient, sophisticated and hungry use of one’s vagina for no apparent useful purpose; classy one nightstand.

When women vaginalise it can be consider as a tool to sexual selection (since in the process they can actually find a life-time partner) or it can be viewed as a mere body fix.
Bizarre or not, to vaginalise implies more artful tools than those used by men:
Having a drink – the way women brush their lips against a glass, says far more than words. This simple gesture can be more enticing and invitational than playing psychological games.
Crossing or uncrossing a leg – the mystery of what hides between one’s thighs is much more sophisticated then “do you know how beautiful you are?”
Flirtatious glance – is sexier, much more overwhelming and disturbing than showing a photo with pets and children.
Thorough Selection – when preying women are more selective. They heed little details like: do men scratch their crouch, do they wear tight clothes, do they smell, do they wear excessive gel in their hair, are their nails clean, are their teeth pristine, (in case they fancy older men) are their ears hair-free etc; all in less than 30 minutes.
Unlike men, women do not have sex with everything that moves (although a dear friend of mine told me once that moving is not quite a requirement).

After all this, I only have one question: are clubs, bars and restaurants the ultimate place to kill loneliness?

More of Sexual Selection at LS' dome: Here.

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  1. After reading your post, it seems to me that an arranged marriage is much more logical and dignified!

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  2. Maximus Sexualus Suggestivus…

    *comment written after generously applying aloe vera to help with carpet burn from Rolling On Floor Laughing*

    You are correct in that all of the male attempts are pathetic…however being pathetic often does work…sympathy votes and mothering instinct are brought to the case to nurture…

    On the other hand women alluring men is a severely simple process…

    Why do we sexually select the way we do? Do we really have a pre-programmed biological response that is dedicated to perpetuating the lineage? Why and how do we select our mates?

    A great place to meet females…look dumbfounded in a grocery store and ask the target for help…in general it does not matter where you are as long as you tailor your approach properly…

    The best place to kill loneliness? Church…when you have a personal relationship with God loneliness is impossible…you can also meet some nice people…

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  3. Hi Max,

    Every time I see this graphic, I say to myself, "What has LSX gotten Max into now?" You know he's a smooth operator (like Sade says).

    "I recall being asked if I knew how beautiful I was; I looked at the guy and crafted an answer like “Yeah, I have a mirror at home!”

    ROFL. ROFL. ROFL. ^5!

    This reminds of that book/film, "He's Just Not That Into You." Why do women cheapen themselves for the praise of a man who might mistreat them?

    "...women are more selective. They heed little details like: do men scratch their crouch, do they wear tight clothes, do they smell, do they wear excessive gel in their hair, are their nails clean, are their teeth pristine, (in case they fancy older men) are their ears hair-free etc; all in less than 30 minutes."

    All of this doesn't even come into consideration. My big question is can they speak properly without my ears bleeding from their verbal skills. Other questions, are they good listeners, are they only talking about themselves, can they keep me interested?. If they can't do any of those things, then I jump in the batmobile and speed off.

    "...are clubs, bars and restaurants the ultimate place to kill loneliness?"

    No, the only thing to remember is that there is oneness in loneliness. (look at the letters) Loneliness doesn't come into play when you look within yourself.

    Another provocative post my dear.

    One Is Not The Loneliest Number Cheers!

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  4. LOVE that answer of yours: that you have a mirror at home he he he...I've never really been approached by men in real life. I was approached through emails 'coz two relationships I had with men were through emails first...the second one led to marriage. I think there's a good thing about this type of relationship when you started off as friends (I mean if it works well) 'coz it started with how you connected with each other using words instead of seeing each other in real life. Of course there are also many negative sides of this type of relationship (be it friendship or others) 'coz you may meet liars...but anyway...just wanna share my experience he he...

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  5. Hi Looney :D!

    "After reading your post, it seems to me that an arranged marriage is much more logical and dignified!"

    ROFL ROFL...I could be inclined to agree with you, if I didn't know that often arranged marriages interfere with personal freedom and freedom of choice.
    However, the scenarios presented in this article can lead us to question the behaviour of people today: how hollow must one feel to actually go to a bar/restaurant/club etc to sexually prey for a human?

    Looney, loved your comment, man: thanks a million :D!

    Cheers

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  6. Hi LSus :D!

    "*comment written after generously applying aloe vera to help with carpet burn from Rolling On Floor Laughing*"

    LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL....are you sure that's how you got that carpet burn (given the last section of your article)? LOL....
    However, I am glad this article was able to make you laugh your eyes out lol...

    "You are correct in that all of the male attempts are pathetic…however being pathetic often does work…sympathy votes and mothering instinct are brought to the case to nurture…"

    Yes, some women (the desperate ones) appreciate pathetic moves *nodding*.
    But again, it depends on the intention with which you go out at night: since my intentions were never to seek a sexual partner (but to actually dance and enjoy myself), I always found men and their selection process quite ridiculous and thus ineffective *nodding*.

    "On the other hand women alluring men is a severely simple process…"

    When they're not trying too hard, yes...it is simple yet sophisticated.

    "Why do we sexually select the way we do? Do we really have a pre-programmed biological response that is dedicated to perpetuating the lineage? Why and how do we select our mates?"

    There can be a number of reasons why we select the way we do; however to say that we sexually select a partner to perpetuate a lineage seems too animalistic to me. Where does the soul fit in all of this? Obviously, I speak of karmic relationships. There are connections that go beyond the flesh...
    Now, society has liberalised sexual preying...and that is a whole new story; it has nothing to do with sexual selection (as far as procreation goes); it has to do with lust, promiscuity (which is dangerous not only to the body but also to the soul).

    "A great place to meet females…look dumbfounded in a grocery store and ask the target for help…in general it does not matter where you are as long as you tailor your approach properly…"

    LOL LOL oh really?

    "The best place to kill loneliness? Church…when you have a personal relationship with God loneliness is impossible…you can also meet some nice people…"

    True...when with God, we are never alone.

    LSus, I absolutely loved your comment: thank you, man (you are a trip) :D!

    Cheers

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  7. Hi Lady A :D!

    "Every time I see this graphic, I say to myself, "What has LSX gotten Max into now?" You know he's a smooth operator (like Sade says)."

    LOL LOL you always know his themes, eh? LOL...I like it when he gets me into troubles, it's challenging LOL...
    Oh yeah, he is a smooth operator (and he knows it too)...
    BTW, I love Sade!

    "ROFL. ROFL. ROFL. ^5!"

    ROFL ^5! Men can be so pathetic that they deserve such answers LOL...

    "This reminds of that book/film, "He's Just Not That Into You." Why do women cheapen themselves for the praise of a man who might mistreat them?"

    Ah, I watched that movie. Women who lack self-esteem and respect cheapen themselves for the praise of any man. Women who do not take pride into being a real woman will do anything to belittle themselves before a penis...it's sad.

    "All of this doesn't even come into consideration. My big question is can they speak properly without my ears bleeding from their verbal skills. Other questions, are they good listeners, are they only talking about themselves, can they keep me interested?. If they can't do any of those things, then I jump in the batmobile and speed off."

    Girl, when women vaginalise they don't care if men speak properly or not, if they are intelligent or not (ask Paris Hilton about Cristiano Ronaldo [he is an adorable human being, but please...when he opens his mouth, he can be such a disappointment]) - they just want IT.
    Now, when seeking a husband/partner....ah, yes...the speech and the number or gray cells being used is of utter importance. Not to mention that chemistry (and I speak not of the flesh, but of the soul).
    "If they can't do any of those things, then I jump in the batmobile and speed off." - ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL ^5!!

    "No, the only thing to remember is that there is oneness in loneliness. (look at the letters) Loneliness doesn't come into play when you look within yourself."

    You are right. You have said it all, sista!! ^5

    "Another provocative post my dear."

    LOL Thank you, darling *bowing*...

    Lady A, a million thanks for this awesome comment :D!

    Blissful Cheers

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  8. Hey Amel :D!

    "LOVE that answer of yours: that you have a mirror at home he he he..."

    LOL *High 5*!

    "I've never really been approached by men in real life. I was approached through emails 'coz two relationships I had with men were through emails first...the second one led to marriage."

    You have never been approached by men in real life? Girl, after what I have seen...you haven't missed much.

    "I think there's a good thing about this type of relationship when you started off as friends (I mean if it works well) 'coz it started with how you connected with each other using words instead of seeing each other in real life."

    I know what you mean. In these cases, the connection is almost spiritual, right? Since one surpasses the physical aspect and goes directly to the mental one, to a spiritual level etc...it can be interesting indeed.

    "Of course there are also many negative sides of this type of relationship (be it friendship or others) 'coz you may meet liars...but anyway...just wanna share my experience he he..."

    LOL ah, lies...they are to be expected sometime (in any kind of relationship).

    Amel, thank you so much for sharing your experience with us; I absolutely loved it :D!

    Cheers

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  9. This is exactly why I'm happy with my partner and why I never really like the dating scene. And no, there is nothing wrong with me! :-D

    I tend to like relationship where you start as friends and then eventually get to know each other beforehand, and then slowly seduce the other person. To me, this is better than the weird dates in bars, with common questions such as "what do you do for a living" and such.

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  10. Hi Zhu :D!

    "This is exactly why I'm happy with my partner and why I never really like the dating scene. And no, there is nothing wrong with me! :-D"

    LOL the dating scene can be sad (specially in clubs and bars). Of course nothing is wrong with you...you are perfect, girl :D.

    "I tend to like relationship where you start as friends and then eventually get to know each other beforehand, and then slowly seduce the other person. To me, this is better than the weird dates in bars, with common questions such as "what do you do for a living" and such."

    Ah, the art of seduction is lovely (and when implemented the way you described it can be rather delicious).
    I hear you...

    Zhu, thank you so much for sharing your personal opinion on this theme, loved it :D!

    Cheers

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  11. Hi! The bizarre behavior of the male species when courting a female can vary depending on their level of testosterone and code of conduct.

    To coin a phrase used by my grandmother when she was alive, “Different strokes for different folks, usually up and down” these skills can be outright sexual harassment or done with the mastery of a gentleman who will endeavor to win the heart of his chosen delight with all the airs at his disposal.

    Yes, men can be devious and one must be on their toes to pick the fruit from the honest and well meaning.

    As for psychological games, I'll play the devil's advocate here with a few on your list.

    As has happened to you in the past, what if the man calling you beautiful was being truthful. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, is it not? The saying, “Don't sell yourself short” now comes to mind.

    The new age guy is not afraid to show off the things that are important to him nor is he afraid to show his emotions. Should we go back to the dark old ages, I don't think so.

    Could it be, by the female asking the question, “What do you do for a living?”, that she is indeed trying to find out if he is a good catch and possibly a big spender. Sacre bleu!

    Beautiful people who consider themselves, not hot, can be disadvantaged by this blessing, as some suitors would think of themselves as being out of their league.

    Vaginalising? The word, “Penalizing” now comes to mind for some strange reason.

    Yes, the games men and women play when on the prowl.

    Are clubs, bars and restaurants the ultimate place to kill loneliness?

    Well, they seem to be the most popular by far, although online dating sites seem to be doing alright with quite a few marriages eventuating, oddly enough.

    For me, if I was available, I would prefer to see someone in the flesh than plastered all over the net. Yes, far too dangerous in my books.

    Take Care,
    Peter..A mere male

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  12. Max:

    It's pretty lonely out there for a lot of single people. Every day after work they come home to an empty apartment and no one to talk to except four walls, and maybe their pets. So yes, those folks probably do use clubs, bars and restaurants as the ultimate places to kill their loneliness. And it probably works, for them. But I believe that such a cure comes at an expensive price: namely, the lack of permanence.

    In my younger days, I did my share of bars, that's for sure. And certain bars were great places to meet the opposite sex. However, I can honestly say that I never walked away from a bar, restaurant or nightclub with a permanent relationship. It just didn't happen. It seemed that permanence and the shallow, smoke-filled, liquored up atmosphere of such places wasn't a compatible combination. But they did kill the loneliness for one night. No argument from me on that point. But in the long run, I believe one-night stands are just as lonely as that empty apartment.

    In my opinion, permanence comes from other sources, such as school classes, participating in coeducational sports like tennis, interaction with co-workers and meetings through gatherings of family and friends. For me, those situations yielded the best results as far as meeting potential life partners. At least, that's how I met all of my life partners. LOL! Lol!

    Max, another great post.

    Vaginalising? I love it.

    Happy trails

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  13. Funny and interesting. It is amazing how we attempt to attract each other. For me the chase usually is not the best way to go. One is better off to attract another by simply being who they are and be confident in who they are. Forcing methods and tricks to try to capture the attention of another is shallow, insulting and at the end of the night leaves you feeling empty and lost.

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  14. Girl, this is hilarious LOL LOL "vaginalising"?
    If I understood your article correctly, you are saying that sex selection to women is about preying and to men is about poor rhetoric: very interesting!

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  15. Hi Peter :D!

    "The bizarre behavior of the male species when courting a female can vary depending on their level of testosterone and code of conduct."

    LOL well said...

    "To coin a phrase used by my grandmother when she was alive, “Different strokes for different folks, usually up and down” these skills can be outright sexual harassment or done with the mastery of a gentleman who will endeavor to win the heart of his chosen delight with all the airs at his disposal."

    I agree with your grandmother and with you. The problem is the implications that this type of "tips" have in sexual behaviour (which could border harrassment if women weren't so willing to yield, if you know what I mean). Besides, I worry about the youth: how will this affect their sexual-social behaviour in the future?

    "Yes, men can be devious and one must be on their toes to pick the fruit from the honest and well meaning."

    I have no issues with men being devious, for women are too...however one must be careful when before such situations, yes.

    "As has happened to you in the past, what if the man calling you beautiful was being truthful. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, is it not? The saying, “Don't sell yourself short” now comes to mind."

    LOL LOL oh the question was not whether he was being truthful or not; the question was: I didn't want to be bothered by the guy, period.

    "The new age guy is not afraid to show off the things that are important to him nor is he afraid to show his emotions. Should we go back to the dark old ages, I don't think so."

    LOL that is an interesting point of view...I'd say, though, that men should be more mysterious, more intelligent, more devious (in a sexy intellectual way)...now that is more enticing than showing his emotions. However, there are women who like emotional guys, so...*shrugging*.

    "Could it be, by the female asking the question, “What do you do for a living?”, that she is indeed trying to find out if he is a good catch and possibly a big spender. Sacre bleu!"

    LOL LOL LOL what you say makes sense...

    "Beautiful people who consider themselves, not hot, can be disadvantaged by this blessing, as some suitors would think of themselves as being out of their league."

    I see...

    "Vaginalising? The word, “Penalizing” now comes to mind for some strange reason."

    ROFL ROFL ROFL...

    "Yes, the games men and women play when on the prowl."

    I loved your role as the Devil's advocate: super!!! :D

    "(...) although online dating sites seem to be doing alright with quite a few marriages eventuating, oddly enough."

    Indeed, online dating is a phenomenon that should be discussed eventually...

    "For me, if I was available, I would prefer to see someone in the flesh than plastered all over the net. Yes, far too dangerous in my books."

    There are tastes for everything, my friend...

    Peter, "A mere male", thank you ever so much for this superb comment (it had all the delicious ingredients) :D!

    Cheers

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  16. Hi Swu :D!

    "Every day after work they come home to an empty apartment and no one to talk to except four walls, and maybe their pets. So yes, those folks probably do use clubs, bars and restaurants as the ultimate places to kill their loneliness. And it probably works, for them. But I believe that such a cure comes at an expensive price: namely, the lack of permanence."

    That is an excellent point. "Lack of permanence"...yes...

    "But in the long run, I believe one-night stands are just as lonely as that empty apartment."

    Excellent argument.

    "In my opinion, permanence comes from other sources, such as school classes, participating in coeducational sports like tennis, interaction with co-workers and meetings through gatherings of family and friends. For me, those situations yielded the best results as far as meeting potential life partners. At least, that's how I met all of my life partners. LOL! Lol!"

    LOL LOL you are funny. But yes, I agree with you that permanence derives from situations where you can actually have a slight (if not entire) knowledge of the person's behaviour, tastes, and other details (that may or not attract us to her/him). Permanence implies a certain level of intimacy (familiarity).

    "Max, another great post."

    Thank you *bowing*...

    "Vaginalising? I love it."

    LOL LOL...

    Swu, thank you for sharing your opinion with us in such a superb fashion :D!

    Cheers

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  17. Hi Mark :D!

    "Funny and interesting."

    Thank you *bowing*.

    "One is better off to attract another by simply being who they are and be confident in who they are."

    Absolutely.

    "Forcing methods and tricks to try to capture the attention of another is shallow, insulting and at the end of the night leaves you feeling empty and lost."

    I agree.

    Mark, thank you so much for your excellent comment :D.

    Cheers

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  18. Hi Dux :D!

    "Girl, this is hilarious LOL LOL "vaginalising"?"

    LOL LOL it was time to invent a new word for what is going on out there LOL...

    "If I understood your article correctly, you are saying that sex selection to women is about preying and to men is about poor rhetoric: very interesting!"

    Well, sexual selection for some men is about poor rhetoric (I only presented an example of what some men are willing to apply when hunting down women); for others is about sophistication of the mind (which is far more sexy than anything that silly books can teach). As for women, well...they are predators by nature (it's a fact)...although there are several levels of female predators (according to degree of their manipulative craft).

    Dux, thank you ever so much for this awesome comment and I am glad I could make you laugh :D.

    Cheers

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  19. Sexual selection makes sense when one is planning to start a family; otherwise it is a matter of quick gratification.
    Sex is complex for, as bizarre as it may seem, most of the time people feel conflicted when it comes to it.
    People go to bars/clubs looking for sex because they are completely alone in a world of more than 6 billion souls.

    What happened to that old auntie whose dream is to find a husband for all nieces but to herself?
    Where is that annoying match-maker friend?
    What's the purpose of family and friends gathering?

    Stupid sentences and "vaginalising" may feel good, but where does one go to?

    Signora, we loved your article :)!

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  20. Hey C.C :D!

    "Sex is complex for, as bizarre as it may seem, most of the time people feel conflicted when it comes to it."

    People feel conflicted when it comes to sex because they do not understand it properly. People think that sex is just a physiological need, or a bilogical respond, when it is much more than this. I'd suggest people to do a lot of research and thinking before becoming sexually active.

    "People go to bars/clubs looking for sex because they are completely alone in a world of more than 6 billion souls."

    So they say...

    "What happened to that old auntie whose dream is to find a husband for all nieces but to herself?"

    LOL LOL LOL yes, what on earth happened to her?

    "Where is that annoying match-maker friend?"

    LOL I don't find this type of friends annoying. I find them so cute (because many times they are busy match-making others that they make the worst choices for themselves).

    "What's the purpose of family and friends gathering?"

    Indeed. But again, in a world where family values are decreasing (i.e. people find it more interesting to spend festivities with friends rather than with family) I'd say family gatherings no longer serve this purpose. And (in the Portuguese case) since people do not like to entertain at home, since their prefer cafés, clubs, bars etc, it is a bit hard to match-make in public places....

    "Stupid sentences and "vaginalising" may feel good, but where does one go to?"

    Emotional abyss...

    "Signora, we loved your article :)!"

    Signori, grazie mille... :D

    C.C, I loved your comment (you brought some very good points) and I thank you for it :D!

    Cheers

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