We Can Settle the Issue Once and For All

Posted: February 19, 2014 in Game, Life, Men
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bsr005I still see the continuance of the raging, now seemingly endless debate over whether or not Game of any kind, on any level, is acceptable for Christian men in their relationships. (You know how I feel about those that pretend that there’s a difference between Christian and non-Christian women.)

We can settle this issue once and for all.

If you’re a natural Alpha, Game is natural to you(focusing on your mission and not your woman, being aloof, not talking too much, etc.) so “just being yourself” is still Gaming. If you’re not a natural Alpha, but you learned the 16 Commandments then you have changed yourself and your behavior. So we’re defining Game as the application of Red Pill principles, whether innate or learned, from the acknowledgement of Female Solipsism, Hypergamy, Fitness Tests, SMV & MMV, The Wall, and Herd Mentality and men responding accordingly. So:

All men, Christian, non-Christian, Negro, Caucasian, Asian, Hispanic, young or old, that have maintained healthy LTR with their girlfriends or wives, that haven’t used some form of Game, please speak up.Listening-Ear

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  1. deti says:

    EVERYONE has some form of “Game”. Naturals are naturally masculine because they learned it or never had it trained out of them. Most men have to learn masculinity in a systematic manner.

    Of course, the naturals who object to Game on moral grounds use “Godly masculinity”, which is essentially the “good” and “moral” parts of Game.

    Either way, the anti-Game crowd will go to their echo chamber; and the pro-Game crowd will go to theirs.

    • It’s not possible to have a good relationship without Game, that’s the thing. That’s why the endless debate over it makes me laugh.
      I’m also tired of reading the testimony of man after man that has Beta’d down, only to walk in on his wife and her new lover. So how much more is it gonna take?

  2. There doesn’t exist any one in any relationship that hasn’t employed “Game”. It may not be conscious and deliberate game, but the very act of romance is game. Asking for people in relationships that haven’t used “Game” is like asking for Call Of Duty players that don’t own a TV or asking for chefs that have never been in a kitchen. The question it’s self is flawed.

    • Asking for people in relationships that haven’t used “Game” is like asking for Call Of Duty players that don’t own a TV or asking for chefs that have never been in a kitchen. The question it’s self is flawed.

      Incorrect. It’s exactly why I posed the question…there’s no need for this endless debate if, in fact, Game is truly optional. If it is not, if you can’t have a good relationship without it, then why are people going round & round arguing as to whether or not it should be used?

      • Two reasons people go round and round.

        1)People have no clue what “Game” is. There are some rather sick moves that shouldn’t be used. There are methods that boarder on abusive and controlling that shouldn’t be used. But saying no “Game” because you can manipulate peer pressure is the same as saying we shouldn’t play Basketball because the prison rules include getting shived in the shower.

        2)Because the argument it’s self is playing the “Game”. If you convince the people around you not to play then you look like an all star.

        Game is optional, but the option isn’t be in a gameless relationship or game your way into a relationship. The options are MGTOW or game your way into a relationship.

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