In a recent exchange in the comments section, blog reader “GoodLookingAndSleazy” pointed out the existence of the concept of men having some (supposedly) unknown quality that makes them irresistible. It is often referred by the French expression “je ne sais quoi”, which translates to “I don’t know what”. Interestingly, it is only the most handsome and famous men who get this label. Think of Pierce Brosman or Sean Connery at the height of their fame.
Gossip magazines and websites have their fair share of female writers, which may already give you a hint of where I am going. Women do not want to be seen as shallow, regardless of how shallow they may be. Therefore, a female writer for a magazine like Cosmo is not going to gush over how hot some actor is. Instead of admitting to herself that she has to repeatedly exchange panty liners because she’s getting wet when looking at pictures and video clips of very attractive, world-famous, and rich actors, she’ll look up how to spell “je ne sais quoi” and leave it at that.
But why do women do this? This leads to a concept Alek Novy has introduced, namely the Pussy Cartel. This is the idea that women conspire to keep the price of pussy high, which explains slut shaming of women by women and stratagems like letting a provider-kind of guy wait for a few weeks before he gets his first peck on his cheek.
A key concept of the Pussy Cartel is that many women pursue a dual mating strategy. In their youth and adolescence, they shake their behind in front of Jamal and Tyrone in the club and because she can’t make up her mind, she may happily agree on getting a train run on her by Tyrone’s entire gang. Of course, I’m being a bit facetious here, but it is undeniable that the idea of having fun with hot guys and, later on, settling down with some beta-bucks provider she can easily control is very popular among women. This is not fantasy. Women indeed behave like that in real life. The sexually liberated Western woman happily offers herself to guys she would never want to marry. It’s an emulation of how high-status men pursue dating as well: when they are young, they sow their wild oats and, later on, they may settle down with the kind of woman did not bend over behind a dumpster ten minutes after meeting them.
Nobody denies that men are visually oriented. In fact, we are often called “pigs” for wanting women to be good-looking. In popular culture, the claim that women care about your “personality”, is much more prominent. Think again of the dual-mating strategy: she wants hot guys to have fun with, and a stable guy who may or may not be hot, to settle down with. The latter is used for resource extraction. The average simp in this category indeed believes that if he is “nice” to a woman, which may include showering her with gifts, she may eventually come to realize what a great guy he is and forget about Chad’s monstrous cock.
Your typical simp is only willing to engage in such foolish behavior because he believes that his bad looks can be compensated by time and money. Thus, he’s the devout errand boy who is happy to let her borrow his credit card. He is playing the long game, hoping that his significant investment in her will pay off. She, on the other hand, may play countless guys like that. Some women not only have a hot fuckboy on speed dial and some provider simp on top. Instead, they may have multiple such guys. Even the biggest simp has his limits, though, so they will eventually move on to the next woman, only to be exploited likewise. However, there will always be an empty seat on her simp carousel as she is only too happy to get gifts by yet another man.
In order to keep the simps coming, they need to believe that “personality” matters. This is why even the richest, most handsome, and most famous men have a mysterious quality no woman is able to quite put her finger on. They have the je ne sais quoi”/”I don’t know what”. Were women who use this term a bit more honest, they’d admit that they’d fuck those guys in a heartbeat because they have everything. Yet, they know that if they did that, then simps would eventually learn about it too and disappear. This process is already underway, because, as we are often told, there are “no good men” left. Simps have started to check out.
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