Note: My writing might be a little choppy and disorganized, but I think that I get my point across pretty well~
There is something that I have been thinking about over the past few months, and a conclusion that I have come to recently.
From the beginning of my membership of this forum, I made my ultimate goal to "seduce" women, i.e. get them hooked on me/get them to fall in love with me. In the recent months, I have looked back at many of my seductions (most of them I consider to be failures), and I realized a BIG flaw in my logic- I had never properly defined what I considered "love" to be. Like, what was I actually aiming for in my seductions?
Of course, I wanted sex....but what would that other thing, love, have looked like? What would a completed seduction look like for thecoldest? I remember one time hearing Charmer say that he would feel that he has completely seduced a target when they say to him "I love you." Well, after living in Asia for a few years, and having women blatantly lie to my face (and seeing them lie to their significant other's face), one thing that I have come to realize is that words don't mean that much to me... but actions mean something to me. More on this a little later....
In a practical sense, it doesn't matter to me all that much if a woman tells me that she "loves" me. I mean, I'll certainly be flattered that she likes me enough to use the "L" word, but unless her actions back up her words, I'll likely be left craving for more.
I've also come to the realization that I don't see any difference between love an attraction. Let me break it down for you like this: I might not know what "love" is, but I know that if you become unattractive, or start behaving unattractively for a long enough period of time, that person who supposedly "loves" you will likely quickly fall out of "love" with you. So, if you want to keep that person who says that they "love" you, your best bet is to stay attractive to them, or else~
If you are attractive (either with an attractive body and/or personality), you will likely have lots of people who fall in "love" with you, especially if you fit their particular tastes. And, if you are attractive enough, some people will give you anything you want.....and that's what I consider a "seduced" person to be- a person who gives you anything you want.
Let me give you an example of this type of "seduction" in action: Let's say Leonardo DiCaprio comes into town. Think of that girl that you really like. Yeah, the one that you were hoping to court and eventually win the heart of through a series of romantic gestures. When that girl you really like see's Leonardo DiCaprio, it's game over. That girl is going to give Leo anything and everything he wants from her, and she's going to give it pretty much immediately. From my perspective, and from a practical perspective (practical meaning that you're sexual and emotional needs are being met by the woman- she is giving you what you want), she has been "seduced"/she is in "love", even though Leo likely didn't have to do anything for her, besides say "Hello" to her. He is a super-famous, wealthy, and well-known playboy, so his status reputation does the "seducing" for him.
What do we call it when a person does what you want them to do? Let's call it compliance. Compliance is what a "seduced" person gives you, after you have "seduced" them. And the more attractive you are, the more people will give you compliance.
I've changed the direction that I take with my relationships- rather than looking for love, I've started to look for compliance- i.e. getting the woman to behave the way that I want her to behave- and my relationships are so much better focused and manageable because of that.
Fellow seducers, I advise you, in your seductive pursuits, aim for compliance, and not for "love"~
Questions, comments, and suggestions are welcomed