Women who need money dating
You can afford better clothes, travel more often, spend more time outside of work.
At the same time, it’s aspirational: the Horatio Alger idea of the American Dream by way of Larry Flynt and Axel Braun: “If I work hard (or get lucky) enough I’ll be rich and then I’ll have all the pussy I want.” Reach a certain income level and suddenly velvet ropes part, legs open and you’re swimming in the sex equivalent of Scrooge Mc Duck’s money bin.Black Friday has just passed us by, Cyber-Monday is upon us and the holiday shopping season kicked it into high gear as we celebrate a season of togetherness, friends and family through the time-honored tradition of conspicuous consumer spending. We live in a culture that’s obsessed with money: who has it, who doesn’t and what having it says about you.It’s a little hard not to think about money when damn near every commercial on TV and email in my inbox is encouraging me to BUY! We have a split personality when it comes to personal wealth.Whenever men’s rights advocates gather, one of the most common subjects to come up is the idea that all women are hypergamous; that all women are looking for men of superior social and financial status.The idea of women-as-status-seeker is built into the DNA of the Pick-Up Artist movement – the status games and “demonstrations of higher value” were born from the idea that all women areonly looking for someone is of higher social status than she is.Someone working a fast-food job, for example, is written off as someone who’s on the lowest rung of the social ladder, one step above being unemployed entirely. Well, you’re in the majority – especially in larger cities – but not having a car is often seen as a mark of someone who is never going to get anywhere in life.
The problem is that too many people take this idea to heart and let it define them.
So it seems as good a time as any to talk about money and dating.
The idea that you need money to get women is a common one.
While my friends and I may have enjoyed the attention we were getting in the VIP at the club, when the night was over, the women would almost always drift away. We’d get numbers, sure, but those didn’t mean anything; they were part of the dance of the club and party scene. especially since most of the time, money was being used as a short cut.
We were trying to impress women by throwing money around and buying their attraction… It was easy to get hooked on the feeling of being a player for the night and the occasional action that came with it, but it was fleeting and ultimately unsatisfying. It’s easy to get people to pay attention to you, even be attracted when you’re throwing money around.
On the one hand, we still have the remains of the Calvanist idea that the rich are rich because they’re inherently better.