Insulting your Women gets you more action!!

11 12 2007

Picking up women has been getting plenty of press these days.. in both magazines and on TV. Shows often follow the “socially inept” in their struggle to master so called “seduction techniques”.

A “comical gem” pickup technique that a dude on tv was on about last night (known as “negging”) described a move that involves interjecting an insult during an initial conversation with a woman. The motivation behind the insult is to “lower her self-esteem, thus making her more vulnerable to your advances.” While this tactic has provoked considerable ire, by all accounts from the dude and his skirt-chasing endevours, it seems to work.

The show also described how Psychologists have been researching the topic of men insulting women, publishing a study called “Why Do Men Insult Their Intimate Partners?”.

Their first set of data consisted of a survey of 245 men with a mean age of 25.8, all of whom had been in heterosexual relationships for a mean length of 43.1 months. Each man was asked to record how often he insulted his female partner in the course of a month, choosing from a list of 47 insults divided into four categories: “derogating physical attractiveness” (e.g. “You’re ugly”); “derogating value as partner/mental capacity” (e.g. “You make my life miserable” or “You’re stupid”); “derogating value as a person” (e.g. “You’re useless”); and “accusations of sexual infidelity.”

These men were also asked to record how often they performed any of 104 acts labeled “mate retention behaviors” during that same month, including “direct guarding” (e.g., secretly following a partner when she goes out alone) and “public signals of possession.”

A second set of data came from 372 women who were asked to detail the number and type of insults they received from their partners, as well as the males’ mate-retention behavior rates.

The results showed that men who piled on the insults (particularly those in the “derogating value as partner/mental capacity” group) were far more likely to engage in mate retention behaviors, suggesting that “men’s partner-directed insults may be deployed as part of a broader strategy of mate retention.”

So there you have it peeps…. another truckload of cash spent on a poinless study proves the fact that if you treat her mean you’ll keep her keen!!!!

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