Quinn wrote on Oct 23, 2019, 16:37:
“No means no — until it means yes. The sex was painful for her. I was only the second guy she’d ever had sex with. I didn’t think she was lying, because pumping her was like jamming my cock through a medieval keyhole. She whimpered like a wounded puppy dog the entire time, but I really wanted to have an orgasm, so I was “almost there” for about ten minutes. ”
I would celebrate this guy getting draw-and-quartered. He gives men a bad name. Fucking hell, that quote really pissed me off.
A buddy of mine told me to get the book a long ways ago. He swore it was how he and his college buddies approached dating. He was a good looking guy, and basically went home with several numbers every time we went to a club. So I took his advice and grabbed the book, against my better judgment.
That passage was, like, in chapter 3. I got angry. Mentioned it to him, he swore he didn't remember it, but the whole book was like that. Not the outright pickup artist bullshit, but just... like the whole point of life is sex, and sex is a competition between women who don't want to have it and men who do, so it's about who can trick each other. My experiences to that point, and still today, is that everyone likes sex an equal amount, and it was around the time I picked up that stupid book (and entirely unrelated) that I figured out how to lean into the fact that women want to have sex with men as much as men do with them.