I've read a lot of good ones already; The Rational Male(obviously), The Way of the Superior Man, The Book of Pook, No More Mr. Nice Guy, How To Be a 3% Man, just to name a few examples.
I'm actually gonna be re-reading those ones at some point soon too, to get a refresher. I remember having a PDF about female body language/indicators of interest, but for the life of me, I can't remember what it's called. It was a really interesting book and included pictures in it showing the body language. I'd love to read that again.
I don't need any books on sex, or how to have it. I'm more than qualified there. It's just everything else I'm severely slackin' on. Thanks in advance!
Desaint 2 weeks ago
Read Letters of A Stoic by Seneca.
Best book I've ever read. All about what it means to be a MAN
MidgetSpinner 2 weeks ago
I nearly read this once, but went for Marcus Aurelius' Meditations instead. I know who Seneca is though, and I will definitely be giving this a read now. Thanks, man.
coolsocks00 2 weeks ago
Depends what you're after
Omni-Lab 2 weeks ago
The Forward Male changed my life
whytehorse2021 2 weeks ago
chatGPT4: As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions or experiences, but I can suggest some popular books that are often associated with the "Red Pill" philosophy:
The Art of Seduction by Robert Greene
The Game by Neil Strauss
Bang: The Pickup Bible That Helps You Get More Lays by Roosh V
The Mystery Method: How to Get Beautiful Women Into Bed by Mystery
Models: Attract Women Through Honesty by Mark Manson
The Alpha Male 2.0 by Caleb Jones
The Evolution of Desire: Strategies of Human Mating by David M. Buss
The Manipulated Man by Esther Vilar
It's important to remember that while these books may offer insights and strategies for dating and relationships, they should be taken with a grain of salt and not be seen as the ultimate truth. It's important to approach any advice or philosophy with critical thinking and to consider one's own values and goals in relationships.
chadinthemaking69 2 weeks ago
When I Say No I Feel Guilty. Amazing book on manipulation and assertiveness
hatefatwomen23 about a week ago
Atomic habits for life in general. 48 Laws of Power was one of my fave redpill books. You don't need to know all the 48 laws, but you can pick out the one you like, and read more about it. Once you know how to use it in real life, it's golden.