I mention all of this because one of the things I’m always pushing against are the toxic philosophies that so often masquerade as dating advice.
The Pick-Up community, for example, be of use to men wanting to do better at dating, in theory…
and websites where commentators focus on issues relating to men and masculinity, as a male counterpart to feminism or in opposition to it. Manosphere websites commonly use red pill and blue pill imagery as an analogy; accepting the manosphere's ideology is equated with "taking the red pill," and those who disagree with their philosophy are seen as "blue pilled" or as having "taken the blue pill".
Common topics include the men's rights, fathers' rights, and Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) movements; The manosphere has its own distinct jargon.
I'm looking for a partner-in-crime who enjoys the outdoors and isn't afraid to step on the dancefloor from time-to-time.
Don't worry if you have 'two left feet' - I spent six years training at the Gangnam-Style School of Dance, and can teach you how to do the hokey pokey for a nominal fee. As open-minded as I am, I have to draw the line at cigarettes. My cat Felix loves to meet new people, but if you're allergic to fur, the two of you probably won't get along.
This guide is not one of those bullshit “read and then forget” self-help articles that litter around the Internet today.
Here are a few examples of unique online dating profiles.
If you wish to understand the concepts behind these examples, please read our tips for writing your online profile.
Continue reading and you’ll find out how to fight back.
🙂 Before that, though, I’ll need to break this news to you…