RSD students have quit their jobs to focus on approaching full time.
It seems like the goal is to get a guy to lose his identity in a program that either turns him into a disgruntled hater or a guy whose only skill at life is approaching.
A week after he arrived in Australia to teach a series of dating seminars, his visa was canceled in response to an Internet campaign against the self-styled “pick-up artist” because of his controversial tactics in pursuing his goal of sex with women.
I had trouble believing that for many guys, this is what game has been reduced to.
When I left Toronto, I completely understood why there is a “PUA Hate” culture: RSD is teaching guys to interact with a high number of girls in uncomfortable situations, training them to dislike and eventually hate the process of getting laid.
They’ve created mindless approach machines who regularly get kicked out of night spots and stopped by security in malls.
They push you to approach every single available girl just to lose the fear of approaching, and even if the girl isn’t feeling you or showing signs of disinterest, you must “plow” through as if her response doesn’t matter.
Then after doing 1,000 or more of these, you will be a master player.
We now live in a time where many guys think the best answer to getting laid is to be a human spammer instead of a good man, and maybe in the end they’re right.