If you are familiar with the Red Pill, perhaps you have heard the term “Game.” Different people define it in different ways, but in short the term comes from a book written on the topic of romancing and seducing women, and the basic idea is that by learning “game” a man can increase his odds of romantic success.
That may leave the ladies asking, “Is there such a thing as girl game?” I am glad you brought it up! In fact, like men, women can increase their odds of success in the dating and marriage marketplace by understanding what she can do to increase her attractiveness to the type of man she is interested in.
Interestingly, I have found that the advice from men on Girl Game is radically different than any advice you’ll read on dating or marriage written by women. Nor will it resemble anything you have read before in the main stream media or women’s magazines. However, it seems to me considering advice straight from the source is always a good idea — who would know better what men are really looking for than men?
With that in mind, here’s a collection of articles on Girl Game, by men.
Andrew at The Rules Revisited did a three part series on girl game based on age: tips for the teen years, the 20’s, and the 30’s. All three articles are well worth a read. If you are past your 30’s, I’d recommend reading all three, followed by this one aimed at women over age 40. (Beware: He doesn’t sugar coat things, so put on your thick skin first!)
In all of those blog posts he outlines “Female Game” as a three part plan of attack:
- Making yourself as attractive as possible
- Making yourself approachable
- Filtering out the men that just want to have sex with you from the men that want to date you
If you do nothing else, keeping those three points in mind is a great starting point to improve your Girl Game.
As hard as some of this Girl Game advice is to hear, knowing and implementing this information will put you leagues ahead of your clueless female peers following the same old dumb advice from Cosmo, and getting the same old non-results.
After all, are you playing the game to play, or are you playing the game to win?
Feel free to add your thoughts on Girl Game in the comments. What works? What doesn’t?