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14. THE MOVEMENT HAS A REAL PROBLEM WITH WOMEN.

Possibly because its members tend to be rejected by them.

→ First came the pickup artists, men who thought of women as conquests and shared tips on how to bed as many of them as possible, culminating in Neil Strauss’s official PUA manual, The Game. Eventually, as the

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