Monthly Cycle Game: A Teaser

CH taunted and teased you ladies with hints of forthcoming posts on Monthly Cycle Game.

[T]here are two distinct schools of game every man should use: One tailored to women during the one week they’re ovulating and demanding of more dominance signals, and one tailored to women during the three weeks they prefer more signals of attainability and commitment. How will you know when to use each? Stay tuned.

Here’s a little pleaser teaser to get you started on your road to mastering MCG, the art of adjusting your game to women’s cycles. A reader passed along the following study.

Synopsis ad paraphrase:  That the most fertile women have a 29.5 day cycle, and their menstration tends to be during full moon. While the most infertile women tend to bleed a week after full moon.

File this baby under “wow, just wow”. Do you enjoy the pleasures of exceedingly fertile women with exquisite hourglass figures who look like they could birth a small village? Then you’ll want to ramp up your aloof alpha cockiness when they’re ovulating, which appears to be, according to this study, [correction: two weeks before] full moons. So look up at the night sky, find that love-lit orb shining its arrogant fullest, wait two weeks, and confidently neg that hard 10 knowing she’ll never be more receptive to your jerkboy charms than right at that moment.

In future posts dedicated to the concept of Monthly Cycle Game, CH will examine the ovulatory “tells” that betray maximally fertile women; tells which men with a trained eye will be able to pick up and exploit to their end-of-civilization advantage.





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  1. >one study
    Good troll CH

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  2. Here’s hoping nobody tells you the obvious error in this post.

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    • That would be that the full moon does not appear on a strict 29.5 day cycle. But there is irregularity in the female cycle, which can change due to external circumstances.

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  3. Werewolf game. Howwwlll-!

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  4. wouldn’t ovulation occur 2 weeks prior to full moon if menstrustion occurs during..

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  5. on September 4, 2013 at 8:06 am RappaccinisDaughter

    Correction: If she’s *menstruating* during the full moon, that means she *ovulated* 12-14 days earlier. So you’d be looking for the half-moon phase to initiate the Alpha Jerk Routine.

    Unlike other primates, human woman experience what’s called “concealed ovulation.” There are tells, but they are exceedingly subtle, and they’re going to be difficult (if not impossible) to note in strangers. In fact, many women are unable to tell when they’ve ovulated; if they’re paying any attention to their cycle, most of them are merely guessing based on their LMP date. (Some of us—like me, as it turns out—experience a phenomenon called “mittelschmerz” that does alert us to when it’s happened. Hurts like a mad bastard, actually.)

    Your best bet for noticing when it’s happening is if you’re familiar with the woman; that way, you’ll have a shot at noticing the changes relative to her baseline. If you just met her that night, you’re not going to have any way of knowing if her lips are usually that full or if she normally wears her skirts that tight.

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    • Some fertility experts believe that optimal fertility occurs when ovulation synchronizes with the full moon, and menstruation occurs on the new moon. This is given exposure to natural light, and curtailed or non-existent exposure to artificial light (camping, for example.) Research on the circadian rhythm seems to bear this out. Melatonin, which is only produced during dark conditions (lack of light stimulation to the suprachiasmatic nucleus & pineal gland) seems to push estrogen, which signals menstruation, while serotonin (produced with more bright, blue-spectrum light) seems to push progesterone, which signals ovulation. In my experience in the fertility business, I’ve got to say the healthier women seem to skew more towards this ratio than the other way around.

      Melatonin and serotonin are mutually exclusive when produced in the brain, due to the light stimulation pathway. When one is being produced, the other is not. It might be this serotonin mechanism that drives spontaneous ovulation when women are around a sexually exciting alpha male. Serotonin is the neurohormone of satiety, and evidence shows that we produce more primary sex hormone (Testosterone in men, progesterone in women) under the influence of serotonin. In apes and chimpanzees, the alpha male of the troop is the male with the highest serotonin, which pushes up his T, and his dominance, but will lose both when drugs are administered to lower or block serotonin production.

      But–that spontaneous ovulation thing–that’s the wildcard. This whole business about timing ovulation is only a basic guideline. Fertile, health women can drop an egg pretty much anywhere between about day 7 and day 28, even though day 14 is optimal in terms of sustaining a pregnancy. If a woman is rarely in the company of a dominant, charismatic alpha male, and suddenly finds herself with the possibility of mating with one, the gyny tingles alone can generate an ovulatory surge.

      I’ve definitely had lovers ovulate spontaneously after a long night of sweaty orgasm, bathed in my alpha essence. It’s easy to tell–she will experience mettelshmerz, as you said, along with copious lubrication–the clear, slippery pussy juice with uncontainable horniness, even when her quivering walls are already sore from taking the 8========>~~~~. Then you know she’s ovulating, even though it’s only day 11, or day 17 and she already ovulated once this cycle (yes that’s possible too). Nothing like knowing she dropped an egg just for you, stud.

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 9:31 am RappaccinisDaughter

        That’s fascinating, Revo, particularly about the connection to circadian rhythms and natural light. Thanks for typing all of that out.

        Of course, the fly in the ointment is going to be the fact that outside of Amish communities, virtually nobody lives in a world in which their circadian rhythms are driven by exposure to natural light.

        As far as spontaneous ovulation: Yes, it’s possible. And it doesn’t necessarily have to result from a night of passion, either. The last time it happened to me, it was in the middle of a day stuck in a turkey blind with a male guide. It was an unseasonably warm spring day and Broheim was sweating up a storm into camo that he’d been wearing for a couple of days straight. He was straight-up testosterone-gassing me like I was a Chechen in a Russian movie theater.

        I have never been gladder that I’ve cultivated a solid poker face, because…damn.

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      • Something must have turned you on to stimulate another egg dropping. Maybe you were attracted to him?

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 10:50 am RappaccinisDaughter

        He smelled great, that was the main thing. He wasn’t especially good-looking and he was dumb as a box of hair, but the pheromones he was pumping out were apparently just what my limbic brain likes. It was a bad scene. After the pain and the dizziness passed, I spent the rest of the time speculating about whether or not his camp chair would bear my weight as well as his.

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      • Lol! It’s interesting about the dizziness. I get that with spontaneous and unexpected intense physical attraction, and I also get really bad brain fog. I literally can’t think straight. I’ve always wondered whether that’s common or whether there’s a biological basis for it. Or, I could just be a flake.

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      • Typical…which is why after women have a one night stand they say : ” it just happened! it was not planned. it just happened!”

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 11:35 am RappaccinisDaughter

        @Amy: The dizziness is part of the joy of ovulation for me. It’s a very sharp, acute pain in my lower abdomen chased with about 20 minutes of dizziness and nausea.

        @Canadian Friend: What do you mean, typical? Nothing happened. I thought about it, but I didn’t do anything.

        Well, except I did blast a pretty good tom at 35 yards.

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      • It was actually related to Amy’s comment, and a general comment about the fact hormones tend to make women do a lot of things they would not do at other times, from doing something bitchy because it is their ” bitchy mood” time of the month, to jumping into bed with a man they are irresistibly attracted

        they do not do these things because they carefully analyzed, planned and executed them, no, their hormones made them do it as if they were overpowered by their own hormones, as if they were “hypnothized”

        You yourself were attracted to a man you did not see as attractive… even if you did not sleep with him, your hormonal reaction was still almost stronger than your will power

        Women are much more hormone driven than men, more emotional, they are less analytical, less in control than men ( in general )

        PS; I’m not explaining it well …CH has explained it much better in the past

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      • Ahh, Red Pill women. Thanks, Rapp’s Daughter, and Amy, for your candor, for confirming what I’ve believed for so long–that women get that brain-scrambling horniness too. If most women were so self aware, they’d realize that the intense physical desire they feel around ovulation, especially a spontaneous one, is how high-T men feel pretty much 24-7.

        Amy, I’m sure that the “brain fog” you mentioned is an adaptive capacity to reinforce female mating imperatives. In fact, it’s what the manospherians might call “hamster mutiny,” that is, when the reproductive imperative takes over forebrain function. Thus the fog.

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 12:30 pm RappaccinisDaughter

        @ Canadian Friend: “Women are much more hormone driven than men, more emotional, they are less analytical, less in control than men ( in general )”

        It’s not as cut-and-dried as that. Both women and men are subject to their hormones. None of us have much control over how those hormones make us feel, but we all have control over how we choose to behave.

        “You yourself were attracted to a man you did not see as attractive… even if you did not sleep with him, your hormonal reaction was still almost stronger than your will power”

        Nope, not even close. Passing several boring hours entertaining myself with idle fantasies and actually acting on them are two entirely different things.

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      • Common! about 90% of this blog is about exactly that; women are more driven by their hormones than men are.

        Maybe you are not like that or “less” like that, but most women are.

        The whole idea of game only makes sense because women are that way ; they are not really aware of what drives them. They don’t know or understand why they are attracted to bad boys etc etc…

        CH has provided enough convincing arguments and enough links to evo-psychology articles and studies and surveys, there is no need for me to do more.

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      • Canadian Friend,

        “women are more driven by their hormones than men are.”
        “The whole idea of game only makes sense because women are that way ;”

        ITAWY!!!

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 2:09 pm RappaccinisDaughter

        Actually, most of what CH talks about in relation to Game isn’t so much the effect of hormones (although the promised Time-of-the-Month posts will clearly do so), as on the effect of evolutionary drives and psychosocial reactions.

        Hypergamy isn’t a hormone-based behavior, it’s an evolutionary behavior.
        Shit-testing (as it’s been explained) isn’t a hormone-based behavior, it’s an evolutionary behavior.

        Anti-Slut Defense and Last-Minute Resistance aren’t hormone-based behaviors, they’re psychosocial reactions.

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      • The brain fog I was describing happens when I’m in close proximity to a hot guy and suddenly get hit with an intense wave of physical attraction. Rapp is right about the smell; it’s a pure guy smell, not cologne. It must be a testosterone smell. You’re close enough to him, and it’s strong enough, that you’re breathing it in and it feels like it’s intoxicating you…confusion, dizziness, lowered inhibition.

        I’m not sure it’s an ovulation thing though… vs just getting close to a high-testosterone guy.

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 3:04 pm RappaccinisDaughter

        Yeah, I hate it when they wear cologne. Covers up the guy smell.

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      • Now this we agree with. The Axe body spray garbage is nothing compared to my natural musk.

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      • on September 5, 2013 at 1:34 am Eliezer Ben-Yehuda

        hate to be the one to break the bad news to you, RD, but…. electric lighting is not the only form of artificial illumination.

        those Amish know how to work the ==pants== off a kerosene or LP gas appliance. In fact…. they ==build== them.

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      • Spot on. When a woman is highly attracted to a man, she will ovulate even if she already ovulated that cycle. I doubt lesbians experience that.

        Likewise, I believe that some women can suspend or postpone menopause if they have a very dominant male partner. I think I read something on that once. I wonder if lesbians enter menopause quicker?

        Dominant males suspending menopause? That should stick in feminist eyes.

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      • Women who have lived together for a long time tend to have their period at the same time…a lot of things seem to affect this, it seems “malleable” ( for lack of a better word )

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  6. This is very interesting. But the bleeding is the in full moon right, not ovulation during full moon?

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  7. This probably explains why some women seem to menstruate at the same time. In my house growing up we were 6 women with the same cycle, and I was wondering about this phenomenon. I guess this could explain it, if is supposed to be at the time of full moon.

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    • There are a number of things that affect when a woman menstruates, actually. Naturally, yes, a healthy and fertile woman will be on her period on the full moon. But, hormones of other close-affinity women do affect the cycle (there’s plenty of old-wives’ tales about whoever menstruates first is the dominant female of the household), as well as small things like night-lights and street lamps. I’ve actually done this experiment myself, when I had the chance.

      Many women do not menstruate on the full moon because their bodies are constantly bombarded with fake light (tv, computer screens, city lights, etc). This messes with the natural circadian rhythms of the body…this happens with men as well, just not in as obvious a manner. If a woman sleeps in a completely dark room, with absolutely no fake light (think camping-style), her menstruation will shift over to around the full moon pretty quickly. For me, it happened within one month, which was pretty insane considering I was really far-off the mark beforehand.

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      • Yes I saw some thing that said just that, that most people ovulate and menstruate at very different times of the month now because of bright lights in the house, tv etc. That’s great yours got regular in only 1 month! That article I linked to said it can typically take 3.

        There is contradicting information on the matter of if women should ovulate or menstruate on full moon though, eastern medicine menstruation should occur on full moon but western ideas are the opposite, that it should occur on new moon.

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    • on September 4, 2013 at 8:34 am RappaccinisDaughter

      Yeah, that happened in my college dorms, too. But only to the women not on the Pill…and most of us were on the Pill.

      The research on that seems to indicate that it’s not the phase of the moon that causes women to synch up. The current hypothesis is that it’s pheromone-based. What I’d like to see is research about whose pheromones are the ones that everyone else synchs to. Would that be the house’s Alpha Female?

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      • Synchronized bleeding.

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 8:43 am RappaccinisDaughter

        It’s like synchronized swimming, only with more Funyons and less recognition from the Olympic Committee.

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      • I heard something from another woman before that bleeding should normally occur during full moon. This is a very interesting article http://www.cheeseslave.com/lunaception-how-the-moon-can-balance-your-hormones-and-make-you-fertile/ for women with fertility struggles, correlating the lunar cycle and fertility.

        I don’t know anything about pheromones so I don’t know about that. Perhaps it would be the most fertile woman the periods would sync with?

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      • Yes. It’s *male* pheromone based. Pheromones in sperm. Lesbian women don’t synchronize according to one study I read.

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      • In other words, some of the women in a group have to be getting the same dick in order for them to start synchronizing. From there, it’s like harmonic resonance.

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      • Well that can’t be true. We were all sisters living with our father. Only 2 sisters were married. But from the first menstruation they were synchronized.

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      • Or in the case of a father with a lot of daughters….the same dick in close proximity.

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 8:51 am RappaccinisDaughter

        The lesbians I know sure do. They bitch about it all the time.

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      • It is actually slightly more complicated than that, and there is no alpha female. It is pheromone based but each woman is trying to suppress every other woman’s ovulation, or at least push it away from their’s.

        So it effectively is like a gathering of penguins pushing and shoving each other to get away from the colder outer rim of a gathering. Over time females push themselves into an equilibrium that, just by chance, happens to sync-up with one or a few other females’ already existing cycle.

        I hope this is clear and not too confusing. There is no alpha, common misconception, just a bunch of females trying to be the only one ovulating via pheromones and this chemical war pushing the group into sync.

        This is probably to benefit the tribal group and the alpha male, so that all children are sired by him, a hold over from a few thousand-millions of years ago when primates used a tournament system of mating. BTW, the tournament system of mating explains how betas propagate and possibly were provider and lover originate.

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      • Great comment, and one that syncs with what I’ve read on ovulation & group sexual dynamics. This is part of why anthropologists believe that we evolved away from a yearly, seasonally based “heat” of sexual receptivity. Some woman’s biology back in the day figured out that it would have a better chance of passing along its genes if it ovulated outside of the “heat” that all the other proto-sapiens females had every spring. Pretty soon, another started, and another, and those genes were adaptive, and it was all pheromonally based, and those genes propagated, and the genes for annual heat died out.

        As an aside and personal observation, I’ve noticed in my MLTR’s, my lovers tend to ovulate 2 weeks apart from each other, once I’ve been seeing both for a while and both are not getting any other dick.

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      • Revo and ATexasGuy, you made really interesting comments! Do you have any references, sth like The Red Queen, that contains all this info about evolution of menstruation sync, estrus, and concealed ovulation in the human being?

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      • I haven’t seen it yet, but I’ve heard that Gaad Saad’s talk at this year’s Ancestral Health Symposium is a bunker-busting compendium-bomb of research studies, ideas, and evo-psych theory.

        I haven’t yet seen any book that is a comprehensive look at all of it. Geoffrey Miller’s book “The Mating Mind has some good stuff in it.

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      • Look I studied this stuff for years and hate making an argument from authority, but since I lost the papers long ago (actually I threw them out in a move because I had graduated); I am sorry to say I do not.

        It is not a current study so it should be easy to look up online, especially if you have access to JSTOR or EBSCO databases.

        If not look up David Buss at University of Texas (of course), he is an evolutionary psychologist and a sex researcher, not my field (I am a biologist by training) but there should be some stuff in his books about this. Also, E.O Wilson is the pheromone guy and may be cited in the papers I learned this from; so do a citation reference search for “Wilson, E.O” and you should be good-to-go.

        But David Buss publishes plenty of “popular” books for the “layman” about sex; so look him up too. I hate to say “just trust me” but yeah … just trust me. Functionally it is neither here nor there for Game Theory since the sync phenomenon usually only applies to females in large housing groups like colleges or the military, it may apply to females in office spaces too; so there is that.

        But just apply general game theory, if you wish to study this further know you will be studying Humans, Sex and evo-psych in general and will come across a lot of stuff that is not applicable; like why children do not like broccoli etc.

        My bad, the mind dumps a lot of stuff after college, I only remember this because my ex. also believed in the alpha female and it always made me feel good to correct her.

        PS. This computer sucks!!!, Installing stuff for a friend on their crappy computer and nearly lost the whole post; good thing I copied before trying to post.

        PPS. I recommend privately purchasing JSTOR and OED and Oxford Reference Online for anyone that is privately into research; they are only about 150 dollars a years, about 12 dollars a month, and they will tell you practically anything about everything. If you had JSTOR you could just look up the keywords in this thread and get all the stuff I am citing.

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      • Dude this computer sucks, I wrote a lot in response and it just wont post.

        In brief, trust me, use JSTOR or EBSCO and just look up the key words in this thread.

        If this does not post I am giving up

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      • So either this site will not post long essays or this computer just sucks, not mine.

        Sorry, I’m at a friends house and have been defeated by a mindless machine, not upset though.

        Again I learned this stuff in college a while back, threw the papers out when I graduated and no longer have access to JSTOR.

        DAMN YOU INTERNET!!!! Oh well, don’t really care.

        Oh, Look up David Buss (at University of Texas, of course) and E.O. Wilson. Buss is the sex evo-psych guy and Wilson is the famous pheromone guy, he is in the reference section of the paper I read about the female sync.

        I only remember the paper because my ex. use to believe in the alpha female and I always loved “Correcting” her.

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  8. I have often wondered why I’d want to know when she’s going to be bleeding and adjust my game based on that… if I just saw her not fie minutes ago for the first time in my life.

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  9. When I was a bouncer, we always joked about how the full moon brought out the crazies. I wonder if it is linked to this? Men can smell the pheromones lingering in the air and are ready to do battle in order to breed.

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  10. I always see if more bears are in the area. Then I go out on the prowl.

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  11. Besides this all seems like too much guesswork…moon cycles, wait til an egg drops into the uterus, place your hand on her forehead to see if she’s a little warmer than normal, ask her how her cervical mucus looked in the morning. Change your personality based off something that may or may not be going on. Add on top of that most women are on those lovely BC pills so that is another wrench on top of everything.

    This was so much easier back in the old days…you could be a man and women were naturally attracted to you. Thanks feminism!

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    • meh, it’s easy. Just gotta be i the moment and it comes natural after a while.

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      • ‘xactly. Just be who I’m gonna be. I’m always the me who I want to be when a woman’s ovulating. Cuz’ there’s always a bitch ovulating somewhere close by.

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      • Seems to me like this is more of giving into the Holy Feminine Imperative than anything.

        I don’t care whether an egg is in there or not…my masculinity and testosterone dictates how I act. Just by the fact I was born with a penis I’m going to offend half the population irregardless….why should I change anything?

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      • We’re saying the same thing. When I was a young lad in public school, I suppressed my sexuality most of the time. That’s the essence of beta–bowing to the female imperative for their non-ovulatory comfort. Now I embrace my inner animal, and express myself sexually. Not all women are receptive to that. Too bad for them. Don’t get it twisted, I’m not forcing myself on anyone, but I also feel free to express my desire. That is what ovulating women find attractive anyway–the least restrained version of our masculinity. In fact a good working definition of alpha, beta, (and sigma too) could be worked up based on action or suppression of sexual urges within a given social context.

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      • It’s not about changing yourself; it’s about enjoying a woman when she is highly feminine.

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      • Then it seems women have done all the changing. Highly feminine rarely occurs anymore.

        Women should be weeping at what they lost.

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      • True, true.

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    • If you know a woman well, you can tell no problems that she’s ovulating, or in the ovulation time frame. This works well with GFs/wives. Not so easy with girls you just met. But there are some subtle signs that the trained eye can pick up.

      Girls in bras? Just assume most girls there are either ovulating or in that time frame. I wager girls hang in bars or nightclubs more often when they are ovulating.

      It’s a very sexy period for a woman. Women should also learn to use it to their advantage – look hotter, act sexier, be their best, femininity wise.

      Honestly, it’s my favorite time of the month. I love being infused with hormones that make me feel so feminine. I don’t know why some women dread it.

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      • Birth control, anti depressants, loud whiny feminists telling them they should dread it, etc.

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      • My ex GF told me repeatedly: “It’s hard to be a girl.”

        Was she right?

        [CH: Depends who she’s with.]

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      • @man reader

        She’s crazy. She just likes to complain. She should be feeling more feminine and sexy this time of the month, and notice a great surge in her appearance too. Her skin is even more sensitive to the touch, so if you turn her on, just touching her skin lightly or holding her hand should give tingles. Feminists, they all complain about how hard it is to be a girl. They should be ashamed to discuss this with a man even. Leave it a mystery for him. They unravel their feminine essence before him, and destroy the magic and the passion.

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      • As I’ve already posted here, we had great sex during her menses. I’m cool like that. Not during the worst parts but near the end….still some blood. She was embarrassed every time but I made her feel great about it.

        CH: she was referencing everything, such as having to wear makeup and heels.

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      • Yep! Women feel very sexy during menstruation. It starts about 2-3 days before the onset, and goes through ovulation. Things settle a bit after ovulation. They don’t crave it as much, and feel calmer and can think better too. A woman should try to avoid making serious decisions during the first part of her cycle.
        ……..

        She doesn’t have to wear makeup and heels. No one is forcing her to dress sexy. She should feel like it’s part of her. Some women just complain about everything.

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      • A lot of women think wearing makeup, heels, skirts is fun. There are pluses and minuses to everything, but overall I think being a girl (in Western culture) is much easier than being a man. Western women are probably the most pampered humans on the planet.

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      • Amy, you are right about that, Western women are the most pampered, yet like a spoiled brat they are the ones who complain the most ( I don’t mean you, I don’t know you )

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      • “but overall I think being a girl (in Western culture) is much easier than being a man. “

        I think so too.

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 6:35 pm gunslingergregi

        western woman not pampered compared to arab chicks they all have maids nannies

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      • They unravel their feminine essence before him, and destroy the magic and the passion.

        There’s been no magic since the Baby Boomer feminists uprooted everything 40 years ago. You can’t unring that bell. Women are no mystery to us anymore, thanks to women themselves.

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      • “Women are no mystery to us anymore, thanks to women themselves.”

        Of course, in general it’s true.
        However, I was speaking about specific situations. Too much discussing your cramps or whatever, isn’t sexy.

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      • on September 4, 2013 at 1:26 pm RappaccinisDaughter

        @man reader:

        No. Being a woman is great, if you don’t weaken.

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      • I now love you 3 red pill girls. The average brainwashed feminist (99%) don’t understand this point.

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      • Each gender has their own set of difficulties…to try and compare them would consist of hours long fights and oneupsmanship.

        None of us gets an easy life on this planet…it makes it worse to complain about it.

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      • Ultimately, you’re right. I love common sense from time to time. It’s why complaining over having to wear makeup and heels is a waste of time.

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      • Well if it helps…I learned my lesson by trying to compare anything to childbirth with women. Never again!

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      • Maybe the women who dread it are having pre marital sex and dread this time because they don’t want to conceive.

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    • If you know a woman well, you can tell no problems that she’s ovulating, or in the ovulation time frame. This works well with GFs/wives. Not so easy with girls you just met. But there are some subtle signs that the trained eye can pick up.

      Girls in bras? Just assume most girls there are either ovulating or in that time frame. I wager girls hang in bars or nightclubs more often when they are ovulating.

      It’s a very sexy period for a woman. Women should also learn to use it to their advantage – look hotter, act sexier, be their best, femininity wise.

      Honestly, it’s my favorite time of the month. I love being infused with hormones that make me feel so feminine. I don’t know why some women dread it.

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  12. None of this ovulation stuff applies 90% of the time because women don’t ovulate when they’re on birth control. The whole cycle and bleeding is rendered fake and contrived by manipulating hormones…whether it’s the shot, pill, ring or mirena iud.

    For most women on the pill, it keeps their estrogen and progesterone levels just as if they’re about to start their period. It’s like being stuck in the never never land of pms.

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    • on September 4, 2013 at 10:52 am RappaccinisDaughter

      Actually, it keeps their estrogen and progesterone levels as if they are already pregnant. That’s why they don’t ovulate.

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  13. awesome

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  14. How can I find an extraordinarly fertile woman? What are the physical characteristics to look for – extraordinarly wide pelvis, large breasts?

    I like women who can shoot out babies like a machine gun.

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    • Use your divining rod.

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    • You have to differentiate between fertile in the sense that she’s highly likely to become pregnant on a given attempt, and fertile in the sense that she’s a good prospect for having a lot of babies, lifetime. In the former case you want high progesterone, which is associated with large breasts (but it’s only a correlation). In the latter case… young, healthy, loves kids. Religious wingnuttery would probably help too.

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    • How can I find an extraordinarly fertile woman?

      Go for the ones wearing Arizona State University gear.

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  15. Who wrote this? Obviously someone without any knowledge of the female menstrual cycle. You should know that ovulation occurs 2 weeks before menstruation so your Full Moon Werewolf game should be Provider Beta game because that’s what women are looking for on their period.

    Secondly, what’s “a most infertile” woman and why are they menstruating? Does infertile mean ugly/post menopausal/genetically infertile/women past their reproductive peaks or maybe you meant LEAST fertile, but again, what does that mean?

    Get someone to proofread your posts for clarity, “lady”.

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  16. Athol Kay has documented this well in his book, as well as how to taylor your game for it.

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  17. Most of my successful “conquests” have been on or around the 20th of a given month — wassup with that?

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  18. from evolution psychology to ovulation psychology

    who says this blog is running out of topics?

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  19. The correlation with the mooncycle is interesting but it is too weak to base any type of action on. Also interesting is why the cycle would be roughly tied to the lunar cycle. Don’t think there is any good theory on causal propagation.

    The cycle of menses is only rarely of equal length to the lunar cycle; and therefore seldom in sync, let alone staying in sync. There’s just enough of a correlation in the statistics to merit further investigation.

    Figuring out a neat way to reconcile the lunar cycle with the solar cycle was a holy grail for millenia amoung the ancients who proceeded from the assumption that there must be some rational relationship (ratio).

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  20. on September 4, 2013 at 12:07 pm Lucky White Male

    You should be selling this for $197.00

    I see 50 K easy for you based purely off your Alexa hits, the traffic you have coming in

    I told same thing to Krauser, what’s wrong with you guys?

    That is, unless you don’t need the extra loot. Don’t know your situation

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    • Nick Krauser does have a book out. It’s pretty good. One of the better I’ve read, actually, out of a dozen or so. Apparently he’s working on a second but is unsure if he’ll publish or not. He said on Twitter that he may not release it because he doesn’t want a bunch of London chodes using his best material in his best spots. Doesn’t want to salt his own game. He can’t be blamed.

      Maybe the same is true for our host. Yeah, he’d kill it with a book, and with his writing skill & his contacts, on Twitter for example, –Taranto, et al, he’d probably end up a bigger celeb than any previous game writer–which would probably salt a guy’s game worse than any chodes in London could.

      Plus maybe game is best kept a dark art, a Fight club-ish scene that is only talked about underground, under alias, and in the shadows. The few high profile things that have happened to game haven’t necessarily been good for it.

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  21. re weiner tweet lzozlozlzl I had never heard him talk. even more new York jew than I thought. why do jooz always talk and chew with their mouths full and spit food on everyone while doing it. I have seen literally dozens of “high powered” jew lawyers and they all do this. they will spit right on my coat and not even notice that they did that.

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    • on September 5, 2013 at 1:47 am Eliezer Ben-Yehuda

      it’s their “jerk game”. Works on you every time. That’s why they’re “high powered” and you’re watching television.

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    • on September 6, 2013 at 6:10 am The Burninator

      Maybe they should read history and discover where “jerk game” gets them, time and time again. You can only spit on a Viking so many times before you find your head on a pole.

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  22. comments tl;dr

    Best bet, according to what I can tell: Just be a cocky jerk all the damned time.

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  23. Red pill or birth control pill. The pill creates a pseudo pregnancy,

    What they’re also discovering is that when women go off of the pill, they’re no longer interested in the man that they’re with. They picked him when they were in the state of pseudo-pregnancy. There was another video featured on NBC10.com called “The Divorce Pill”. It reported that women who go off the pill have a higher sex drive than they had when they were on the pill, but they’re no longer interested in the man they are with; they chose him under the influence of the pseudo pregnancy hormones in their bodies. I suspect there is more to the story than that. I suspect that many of these women are going off the pill because they want to have a baby.

    More at http://www.catholiceducation.org/articles/sexuality/se0002.html

    The common side effects of the chemical contraceptives are: increased irritability, increased propensity to depression, weight gain and a reduced sex drive. Most women who use chemical contraceptives complain of these side effects. I’m sure that every woman in this room would like to be taking a pill that makes her more irritable, more prone to depression, helps her gain weight and have a reduced sex drive. I’m sure every man in this room wants the woman he’s dealing with to be more irritable, more prone to depression, to gain weight and have a reduced sex drive. We have something for you: it’s called the chemical contraceptive.

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  24. Everything I’ve read (including Rollo’s “Your Friend Menstruation”) says to up the alpha between days 7-14 after ovulation (the last day of her menstrual period).

    http://therationalmale.com/2012/09/25/your-friend-menstruation/

    This is when she’s most fertile and craving of alpha cock.

    Does this sound right ?

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    • All the studies I have read concluded that it was during the week-long ovulation period that women most crave the alpha male, or a reasonable facsimile of the alpha male. Which makes sense, because the idea is to get herself successfully fertilized by a sexy man and then dupe a beta provider into helping her raise the bastard spawn.

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    • Mel, women are the most fertile around ovulation, not afterward. If you assume she has a 28 day cycle and ovulates on day 14, she’ll be the most fertile on days 12-15.

      The two week period after ovulation is called the luteal phase. She isn’t fertile then unless she spontaneously ovulates again, which is rare. She gets her period after the end of the luteal phase (day 28). Day 1 of the next cycle is the first day of her period.

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  25. Was I banned hammered? Having trouble posting.

    Test.

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  26. “All the studies I have read concluded that it was during the week-long ovulation period that women most crave the alpha male, or a reasonable facsimile of the alpha male. Which makes sense, because the idea is to get her self (sic) successfully fertilized by a sexy man and then dupe a beta provider into helping her raise the bastard spawn.”
    Okay so this is going to be a long post, and since I was not banned hammed and I have the time I will go long.
    Your idea, CH, is not entirely wrong or entirely correct. You have to keep in mind that evolution includes diversity and anything that works will propagate. So some females will prefer one system or tactic and some will prefer another; just whatever works. And since I recently have been listening to a lecture about tournament mating in primates and then saw a video that applied this to humans I will try to be brief, but the idea is slightly complex and goes against an all-inclusive idea of Game and some female motives for mating.
    First, tournament mating is seen in gorillas and baboons still today and involves a single dominant male having sexual access to a harem of females. How he does this is by beating up and threatening all the other males in his group into submission, as well as some of the females. He then can have sexual access to any female he wants at any time.
    Humans, including higher primates, are intraspecific competitors, meaning they compete with in their own gender for social status and hierarchy. Males tend not to beat up females and females tend not to beat up males they tend to fight same sex fellows. There is other ways to go about gaining status, grooming, providing and sharing food and being born to high status parents; we still see this in humans today.
    So somewhere between lower primates and higher primates we gave up the tournament style of mating and social structure; for reasons I will not get into here. My goal is to explain where beta males came from and how they still propagate, as well as the ideas of provider and lover came from.
    To address the cited text and address part of why primates gave up the tournament style of mating. In the tournament style the largest and baddest male has access to all the females in the group. So he just rapes them when he feels like it, whether or not the female desires him is a moot point; his genes propagate. Now all primates desire food, touch, care/caring and a buddy or partner.
    To attain this and this is still seen in baboons and gorillas today, a lower status female or new female that has low status may befriend a low status male. They share food and groom each other and would mate if they could get away with it without getting the crap beat out of them. To do this the female may strut in front of the alpha male or wait until he comes towards her. She will then walk away towards a neighboring group, typically seen in baboons. She will lure her alpha male near an opposing group’s alpha male and because they are both alpha males they will not like each other and engage in a struggle for dominance. While the two alpha males are fighting she will run over to her buddy male, her mate of choice, and they will have a quickie. We can see this even still today. You mention the game of Let’s You And Him Fight; but imagine it where the two dudes wind up in jail for violence and while the woman’s man is in the clink she is screwing her poet boyfriend, or whatever.
    This supports the idea in biology of female mate choice, and of course the female would prefer the male that helps her get food, that grooms her and removes all those annoying parasites, and actually helps her care for her offspring. Remember she is lower status and does not get these functions from her fellow females; and in fact she gains the benefit of a male protector from higher status females. Whether or not he takes an ass-whopping from the dominant male does not matter to her, her offspring have a higher survival rate because she has what in PUA community is called a Provider-Beta. This is where Betas come from and why they exist and will always exist.
    Ever wonder why 5 and 6’s tend to gravitate with each other? Even if the lower value female gets a tingle in her privates being near an alpha male, this may just be a hold-over from the primate past that helps her more easily get through his forced sex, so that she can more quickly go back to her male buddy. She may not like the way her body feels when she is around alphas, she may prefer her beta; for what is now very obvious reasons.
    Humans are primates and monkeys and all monkeys love touch. This may also be where Lovers come from. A male that grooms a female a lot helps to ensure her survival by removing parasites. The longer she lives the more offspring she has and thus the propagation of her preferred beta’s genes.
    Think of it in percentages. The majority of females may prefer alphas, but there is a minority that prefer betas; for whatever reason. So the idea of fooling betas into providing for alpha’s offspring may not be a hard rule across all females. In fact the fooling of alphas is well documented in baboons and gorillas; both lower primates. Also, high status females may use their freedom to sneak off and have random sex with a beta or lower male from an entirely different group not her own so she does not suffer status loss and to increase genetic diversity of her group/offspring. Another reason why higher primates gave up the tournament mating system.
    Game will still work on a lot of women but maybe not all, at least not all the time; and it is no biggie. If one comes across a female they may think is hard wired to not like alphas and still seems to get them this may not be proof that all women like alphas, it may just be proof that all women prefer not to struggle against dominant males for purely rational reasons, and hope the incident ends soon.
    I may get a lot of hate from women for this last paragraph and a lot of hate for the long post; but I saw this recently and this could be a lot longer. Think of the game Let’s You And Him Fight as a way not to increase a woman’s self-esteem but to distract her mate so she can get some strange.

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  27. LOL I am SO emotional depending on where I am in my cycle and it fits in so well with this theory!

    I have never been on any kind of contraceptive. Near the middle of my cycle I am SOOOO strangely turned on whenever my husband is ignoring me or is too busy to pay attention to me, and during my period I am so emotional and clingy.

    I am so emotional and clingy when I am pregnant, too, like I will cry and get upset if he didn’t give me a kiss goodnight and have all these thoughts in my head like “maybe he doesn’t love me anymore” etc. I know its silly lol.

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    • Not silly at all…that was how things were before BC.

      Now we have a bunch of drugged up robots who are hardly female at all.

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      • For a second there I thought you meant BC = Before Christ

        silly me!

        Although we should have a BF = Before Feminism

        and that would be around the time women got the pill and their “liberation”, and when liberalism went “viral” , infected everything and began destroying everything good and decent and logical and the time when the war on white males began as well

        BF…

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    • Anecdotal but supports my point; women are much more hormone driven than men are.

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  28. Also i remember hearing on the radio,thebeat 94.5 couple if years back when kid carson was still there. They read a report that during ovulation women perfer strong,hairy,handsome dark skinned men. Which kid carson made fuss about cause hes pale lol.
    So get a tan grow some body hair n and hit the weights

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  29. The Manosphere has had plenty to say about the discovery that birth control pills affect women’s emotions, most notably the type of man to whom they are sexually attracted during the fertile and infertile stages of the menstrual cycle.

    How do feminists handle this knowledge? A forthcoming Femisphere book tells us:

    … that oral hormonal contraceptives are actually a tool of a capitalist patriarchy intent on altering and suppressing femininity, and that women’s unquestioning acceptance these powerful medications is, at best, an uneducated recalibration of the brain and body, and at worst, an acquiescence to a culture steeped in hatred of the feminine.

    http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/should-we-all-stop-taking-birth-control

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2392831/Is-birth-control-pill-controlling-YOU-New-book-claims-hormonal-contraception-tool-suppress-women-society.html

    Of course, these side-effects of the Pill were undocumented when the Pill was introduced, and for decades afterwards. Blaming these unknowns on the “intent” of the “patriarchy” is as good an example as you will find of the pitifully atrophied thinking of feminists.

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  30. […] Science: Menstrual cycles and fertility. […]

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