Many people who read the rough draft of this book were upset by parts of it. Invariably, I’d hear the same complaint. “These tactics you’re teaching probably work really well. We thought the parts on power and confidence and on meeting women were great. But some of the actual seduction techniques are down right dishonest and unfair. They really don’t give the woman any choice. Why don’t you just leave them out of the book? Then no one could possibly have any objections. “Ok. Let’s get the “unfair” charge out of the way. Yes, some, and I mean SOME of the seduction tactics in this book could easily be classified as “unfair.” And, truth to tell, I had some serious moral reservations about putting them in the book. However, “unfair” and “fair” are relative terms. If you and I are in a boxing match, and we are both fighting by the rules, then it is totally unfair for me to kick you in the nuts and poke you in the eyes. You are fighting by the rules, and so should I.
But, if YOU start fighting dirty, I will feel under no moral obligation whatsoever to continue to stand there like a fool and take it. I'm going to toss out all the rules and fight to win, no matter what it takes.