Saw this article on Roosh's forum.
It's rare to see this kind of stuff in a mainstream journal. Even though the author never mention the word hypergamy, she offers good exemples in her text :
The high expectations of professional women are a big part of the story. Many high-achieving women simply are not interested in Mr Average, says Justin Parfitt, the owner of Australia's fastest growing speed-dating organisation, Fast Impressions. Parfitt adds: ''They've swallowed the L'Oreal line: 'Because you're worth it!' There's a real sense of entitlement.''
He finds many of his female members are determined to meet only men who are tall, attractive, wealthy and well educated. They want the alpha males.
During their 20s, women compete for the most highly desirable men, the Mr Bigs. Many will readily share a bed with the sporty, attractive, confident men, while ordinary men miss out. As Whiskey puts it at whiskeysplace.wordpress.com: ''Joe Average Beta Male is about as desirable to women as a cold bowl of oatmeal.''
This made me think: will the red pill or manosphere be mainstream one day?
Why this simple knowledge of female desire and sexuality is not talked about in society?.
Every grown man should know this, they should even teach this in sex class in school. I'm treated like a misogynist when i'm trying to explain this concept to a blue pill friend.
This is a nice article but when will we see one written from a male point of view in a journal?
here s the article