Men who paid for ‘Pick-Up Artist’ services lash out against unfulfilled promises

Shereen Dindar
Contributing Writer
Shine On

If you're a guy who has ever considered paying a self-described Pick-Up Artist (PUA) two thousand dollars for a weekend seminar on how to score with chicks, you may want to put away your pocket books and pay attention.

Jezebel writes about how a website called PUA Hate is electronically lashing out against the leaders of the "seduction community", those self-described dating gurus who help sexually underprivileged men to meet, neg, charm and subsequently bed as many women as possible.

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But instead of hating on the dating gurus for their genuinely misogynistic viewpoints and overall sleaziness, the PUA haters are ticked that they dropped a couple of thousand dollars in a PUA class and are not getting the results they were promised -- meaning easy sex with any woman of their choosing.

One disgruntled PUA Hate user writes: "Guess what? [Speed Seduction] doesn't work, so I'm back to where I along with booze, bullying, begging and/or buying."

One charming user's tagline on his profile says: "Women who don't want sex with me are dead to me." (Emphasis his.)

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Here's an idea, fellows. Instead of handing over your hard-earned cash to a stranger who claims he'll teach you to hypnotize girls into wanting your body, how about taking an improv class to learn how to play nicely with others? Or maybe taking a girl out for a nice meal and getting to know her as a person?  If you want to get really crazy, you could also  volunteer at a charity that is close to your heart and hope to meet a like-minded woman?

No? Well then, how about just spending less time being angry on the internet.

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