Here is a quick answer to a lot of your guys' SMV question(s)
If you find that you can at best only maintain the interest and engagement of a lot of girls up to a certain SMV level (e.g. you can only at most sustain the attention of 7's) but they still won't fuck you or accept your date plans or advances. That is the base SMV level you are are at.
If they will talk to you for periods of time but won't do anything else, your SMV is probably equal to hers but she does not have a hypergamous driving force to get you (i.e. chase you) short of game to tip the scales.
If you cannot be honest about your SMV in the mirror this is probably the test of what your base SMV (without sufficient game or no game) actually is. Feel free to disagree and discuss.
Taylor the Fiend has a great analysis of the "strong, independent" woman paradigm that I've submitted to WAATGM in recent weeks. This article breaks down all men need to know if they are interested in winning such a strong woman. For your amusement:
TTF's analysis: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6L1H7oZFT7U
@adam-l And it cleverly exploits the herd instincts of the professional class. They all want to fit in and be one of the cool kids, so they lap it up. I never thought I'd see a 75-year old retired, very successful professional proudly say that his grandson/daughter is nonbinary. I thought about telling him he needed to have a talk with his daughter in law but kept quiet.
@Nubias Up until about the 1930's or so, housewifery in an industrial society meant that most "housewives' were doing menial chores with washing clothes by hand, cooking food from scratch on a wood stove, fetching water from the well, and also caring for elderly members of the family. If they had any spare time, they were expected to work part-time at a factory or waiting tables to help make ends meet. After that, various "labor saving" devices were created such as vacuum cleaners, dishwashers and so on. The full-time housewife who spent all day at home just watching the various machines operate was a bourgeoisie luxury from the post 1940's romanticized in films and TV shows of the era. Watch The Jetson's below where George's wife has a robot maid that speaks with a (racist by today's standards) accent and goes shopping at the mall all day.
It's astonishing that such women were brainwashed by trad-thots and feminists alike to think they were "sacrificing" their careers as potential CEO's or astronauts to "wash and cook FOR FREE!" when us men know that such chores are easily done by all the toys we can get at BestBuy.
Back 25 years ago, I hooked up after about 3 dates with a plump, aging manager at Denny's who proposed to me about a week later, so to speak, that she wanted to '"sacrifice her career" and become a stay-at-home wife to a "man" who would buy her a $10,000 diamond ring (quite specific on that price), a half million dollar home, and luxury car and she would "save all that for me LATER!" (somehow). I said I wasn't interested and she tried to shame me and I said "I'm not a real man then, I'm ok with that" which caused her head to do an Austin Powers' fembot head explosion.Read More