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2020.04.11 15:43 oogabooga5425 Allah IQ post about possible solutions to inceldom (stolen)

I know that many before me tried to make an incel manifesto. What makes my manifesto different? I've focused on data and solutions that society can easily implement to "solve" our problems. I want Inceldom to finally become a movement with clear ideas and demands that even the average person can agree with.
WHY WE ARE INCELS
Average men struggle and below average men struggle a lot to find partners in a dating market dominated by dating apps, and this is the case with modern America
Quartz: Around 40% of American couples now first meet online
eHarmony UK: Over 50% of (British) couples will meet online by 2031
1 every 2 people are interacting in a world where this so called "hypergamy" not only exists but it is extreme. Young men are of course the main victims of this technology and data shows that. This study has become very popular recently
Women Find 80% Of Men Unattractive, Says Crazy Study
Tinder Experiments II: Guys, unless you are really hot you are probably better off not wasting your time on Tinder — a quantitative socio-economic study
the average female “likes” 12% of men on Tinder. This doesn't mean though that most males will get “liked” back by 12% of all the women they “like” on Tinder. This would only be the case if “likes” were equally distributed. In reality, the bottom 80% of men are fighting over the bottom 22% of women and the top 78% of women are fighting over the top 20% of men. [..] The United States currently has one of the higher Gini coefficients (most income inequality) of all of the world’s biggest economies at a value of 0.41. The Tinder Gini coefficient is even higher at 0.58. This may not seem like a big difference but it is actually huge. Figure 3 compares the income Gini coefficient distribution for 162 nations and adds the Tinder economy to the list. The United States Gini coefficient is higher than 62% of the world’s countries. The Tinder economy has a higher Gini coefficient than 95.1% of the countries in the world. The only countries that have a higher Gini coefficient than Tinder are Angola, Haiti, Botswana, Namibia, Comoros, South Africa, Equatorial Guinea, and Seychelles
What's The Biggest Challenge Men Face On Dating Apps?: A Q&A With Aviv Goldgeier, Junior Growth Engineer
The biggest problem men face on dating apps - the Brad Pitts of the world take the lion’s share of the likes from an already like-deficient sex. Every nation in the world has a currency, but that currency is not equally distributed amongst the citizens of every country. These economic inequalities are described using what is called the Gini index. In our context, the closer the Gini index is to 0, the more equally likes are distributed across all of our users; a higher Gini index rating means more likes are being concentrated into fewer recipients. It turns out that, as it pertains to incoming likes, straight females on Hinge show a Gini index of 0.376, and for straight males it’s 0.542. On a list of 149 countries’ Gini indices provided by the CIA World Factbook, this would place the female dating economy as 75th most unequal (average — think Western Europe) and the male dating economy as the 8th most unequal (kleptocracy, apartheid, perpetual civil war — think South Africa).
If you prefer more anecdotal and personal evidence you can read these popular threads (you can easily search them on Reddit):
askwomen: What percentage of guys look cute to you? Average response is 1-2%. .
askmen: What percentage of random women as you go about your day are you immediately physically attracted to? Estimate ranges between 90% and 20%.
askwomen: "Do you think sexually about your male friends?* Average response is "very rarely".
askmen: *Men of Reddit: what percentage of the women you know do you want to have sex with?" Estimates range between 90% and 60%.
Dating apps have reduced the distance between potential partners and have made the dating market efficient, people are just expressing their natural behavior. You don't see the same pattern on gay dating apps, every man - even average ones and below average ones - gets a chance on the other hand it is difficult to get a date on lesbian dating apps. Women are more selective sinece they have hypergamous tendencies. i was shocked by the huge amount of matches and compliments I got from gay men, needles to say that I get 0 results with hetero women. I was getting 40 matches a day on gay Bumble while I get about 4 matches a month with women who don't even write to me (only women can initiate conversations on Bumble), I got 100 matches with women in one day while using my Chadfish. Can we agree that women tend to have hypergamous behaviors? Economic equality (good thing) and dating apps (bad things) have finally allowed women to better express their true sexual nature. The truth is that if I were gay I wouldn't be incel.
Washington Post: The share of Americans not having sex has reached a record high
The Economist: America is seeing a spike in celibacy fuelled by economics, technology and female empowerment
It basically says that almost 1 every 3 men 18-30 didn't have sex in 2018 and that 27% of men 18-30 are completely virgin, these figures almost tripled in the last decade; about 1 every 6 women didn't have sex in 2018 and this figure remained basically the same in the last decade. In other words, few men are having sex with multiple women.
Data was drawn to assess trends in sexual behavior from the 2002 and 2011–2013 National Survey of Family Growth, a US household survey focusing on sexual and reproductive health. Researchers found that compared to 2002, men overall had the same number of partners in 2013. However, the top 20% of men had a 25% increase in sexual partners. The top 5% of men had an even more dramatic 38% increase in the number of sexual partners. Thus while the amount of male sex that was had was unchanged, more of the sex was consolidated into extra sex for the top 5-20% of men (ie. "Chads"). Thus it is clear that Chads are truly having more sex than ever before. Inceldom is clearly not an internet based phenomena, it's real social trand that affects lots of young men who are suffering.
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
1) SAFE SPACES Society always invalidates the feelings of lonely men. We shoudld tell young men that it is completely normal to be alone, we should tell them that dating is extremely hard for a man, we should teach them about hypergamy. This way men would start developing coping mechanisms from a young age and wouldn't feel abnormal because they don't belong to top % of men.
We're teaching young men that there are no difference between male and female sexuality and behavior instead, this pushes young men into making unhealthy comparison "Why do average women get so much attention?" "Why does only Chad get attention?" "Why do unattractive women get so many matches while only Chads gets them?" "if gender differences don't exist doesn't my lack of success mean that I am uglier than Chad and - most importantly - those very unattractive women?" etc.
We're telling young men that if they're not successful with women there's necessarily something wrong with their personality, we don't acknoweledge at all the specific struggle that men face. Nobody ever validates our struggles in the dating world and this causes anger. Just imagine if you told a feminist that the patriarchy didn't exist and that men and women were at equal risk of sexist discrimination and sexual harassment, you would be considered stupid - and for good reason - yet acknowledging the harder struggles that men face in the dating world is ostracized.
Redpillers have a lot of bad traits but they are an example of a coping mechanism that works since they give men hope, understand their struggles, acknoweldge hypergamy and teach young men that they will have to struggle a lot to get women. They validate our feelings and this makes us feel good and work hard, this has nothing to do with entitlement and reducing incel anger to that is simiplicistic at best. What people miss from the incel terrorist attacks is that they all were suicide attempts which makes them more similar to religious terrorism than political terrorism, these people didn't felt like they had a place in this society.
2) LESS DISCRIMINATION Research has found that good-looking people report higher salaries. Women who put more effort into grooming made more money, regardless of physical attributes like nice skin or symmetrical faces. Men, while still rewarded for grooming, were also judged for their biological traits. As the researcher says “Once you account for grooming, for women, attractiveness doesn’t really matter anymore,” Penner says. “And that surprised me. Because typically when you think about attractiveness – much in the same way that people think about race or gender – the idea is sort of that you either have it or you don’t. You’re attractive or you’re not. But what we see is that for the labor market return, what matters is not your innate attractiveness but rather how you present yourself.”
A study has shown that if you're an attractive man, you have a better chance of being hired. If an attractive woman, a worse chance. We can see two societal issues here: 1) Sexual objectification of woment, attractive women are perceived as less competent. 2) Discrimination against unattractive men.
A research paper published in the Journal of Applied Psychology showed that height is strongly related to success for men. It showed that increase in height for men corresponds to increase in income after controlling for other social psychological variables like age and weight.[1] Economists Nicola Persico, Andrew Postlewaite and Dan Silverman explained the "height premium" and found that "a 1.8-percent increase in wages accompanies every additional inch of height". They also found that men's wages as adults could be linked to their height at age 16. The researchers found that on an average an increase in height by one inch at age 16 increased male adult wages by 2.6 percent. This is equal to increase of approximately $850 in 1996 annual earnings. In other words, the height and corresponding social experiences of taller male adolescent at age 16 would likely translate to higher wage in later adulthood as compared to shorter male adolescent. In 2017, attourney and author lawyer Tanya Osensky published Shortchanged: Height Discrimination and Strategies for Social Change.[16] The book exposes the cultural, medical, and occupational issues that short people face, which are often deemed unimportant and disregarded. Osensky challenges heightism by disclosing some beneficial aspects of shortness and suggesting avenues of activism and change. In general, studies have shown that short people are paid less than taller people, with disparities similar in magnitude to the race and gender gaps.
Unattractive short men thus face huge problems in both the workplace AND their personal lives, society not only rejects their issues but doesn't even try to listen to them and this creates frustation and anger in these men. Unfortunately men are taught to repress their emotions because of toxic mascunlinity which increases frustration even more in these men. A lot of these men are also ethnic minorities, asians especially, which adds another layer of discrimination to this group.
3) LEGAL PROSTITUTION. A lot of incels are touch starved, some intimate and sexual contact would be enough to make them a little happier. According to data a lot of young men, not young women, are virgin today so I think there should also be less stigma against men who pay prostitutes to relieve their sexual frustrations. This problem seems to affect only straight men since gay men are the most promiscuous demographics according to data. Yes, men shouldn't seek validation from sex but there's a huge difference between someone who gets occasional sex, but keeps chasing that feeling/high, and someone who's never had much if any sexual attention from the opposite sex and wants to experience one of the basic human experiences
CONCLUSION
We're facing a crisis in masculinity. Economic equality (good thing) and dating apps (bad things) have finally allowed women to better express their true sexual nature which leaves men questioning their place in society. Men are no longer providers and of course most are not as sexually attractive as women. We need a cultural change to keep under control the huge amount of virgin men that we are seeing today.
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2020.04.11 00:09 TheEuropeanVirgin An Analysis of Inceldom and Some Possible Solutions to Our Problems

I know that many before me tried to make an incel manifesto. What makes my manifesto different? I've focused on data and solutions that society can easily implement to "solve" our problems. I want Inceldom to finally become a movement with clear ideas and demands that even the average person can agree with.
WHY WE ARE INCELS
Average men struggle and below average men struggle a lot to find partners in a dating market dominated by dating apps, and this is the case with modern America
Quartz: Around 40% of American couples now first meet online
eHarmony UK: Over 50% of (British) couples will meet online by 2031
1 every 2 people are interacting in a world where this so called "hypergamy" not only exists but it is extreme.
Women Find 80% Of Men Unattractive, Says Crazy Study
Tinder Experiments II: Guys, unless you are really hot you are probably better off not wasting your time on Tinder — a quantitative socio-economic study
the average female “likes” 12% of men on Tinder. This doesn't mean though that most males will get “liked” back by 12% of all the women they “like” on Tinder. This would only be the case if “likes” were equally distributed. In reality, the bottom 80% of men are fighting over the bottom 22% of women and the top 78% of women are fighting over the top 20% of men. [..] The United States currently has one of the higher Gini coefficients (most income inequality) of all of the world’s biggest economies at a value of 0.41. The Tinder Gini coefficient is even higher at 0.58. This may not seem like a big difference but it is actually huge. Figure 3 compares the income Gini coefficient distribution for 162 nations and adds the Tinder economy to the list. The United States Gini coefficient is higher than 62% of the world’s countries. The Tinder economy has a higher Gini coefficient than 95.1% of the countries in the world. The only countries that have a higher Gini coefficient than Tinder are Angola, Haiti, Botswana, Namibia, Comoros, South Africa, Equatorial Guinea, and Seychelles
What's The Biggest Challenge Men Face On Dating Apps?: A Q&A With Aviv Goldgeier, Junior Growth Engineer
The biggest problem men face on dating apps - the Brad Pitts of the world take the lion’s share of the likes from an already like-deficient sex. Every nation in the world has a currency, but that currency is not equally distributed amongst the citizens of every country. These economic inequalities are described using what is called the Gini index. In our context, the closer the Gini index is to 0, the more equally likes are distributed across all of our users; a higher Gini index rating means more likes are being concentrated into fewer recipients. It turns out that, as it pertains to incoming likes, straight females on Hinge show a Gini index of 0.376, and for straight males it’s 0.542. On a list of 149 countries’ Gini indices provided by the CIA World Factbook, this would place the female dating economy as 75th most unequal (average — think Western Europe) and the male dating economy as the 8th most unequal (kleptocracy, apartheid, perpetual civil war — think South Africa).
If you prefer more anecdotal and personal evidence you can read these popular threads (you can easily search them on Reddit):
askwomen: What percentage of guys look cute to you? Average response is 1-2%. .
askmen: What percentage of random women as you go about your day are you immediately physically attracted to? Estimate ranges between 90% and 20%.
askwomen: "Do you think sexually about your male friends?* Average response is "very rarely".
askmen: *Men of Reddit: what percentage of the women you know do you want to have sex with?" Estimates range between 90% and 60%.
Dating apps have reduced the distance between potential partners and have made the dating market efficient, people are just expressing their natural behavior. You don't see the same pattern on gay dating apps, every man - even average ones and below average ones - gets a chance on the other hand it is difficult to get a date on lesbian dating apps. Women are more selective sinece they have hypergamous tendencies. i was shocked by the huge amount of matches and compliments I got from gay men, needles to say that I get 0 results with hetero women. I was getting 40 matches a day on gay Bumble while I get about 4 matches a month with women who don't even write to me (only women can initiate conversations on Bumble), I got 100 matches with women in one day while using my Chadfish. Can we agree that women tend to have hypergamous behaviors? Economic equality (good thing) and dating apps (bad things) have finally allowed women to better express their true sexual nature. The truth is that if I were gay I wouldn't be incel.
Young men are of course the main victims of these new circumstances and data shows that. This study has become very popular recently
Washington Post: The share of Americans not having sex has reached a record high
The Economist: America is seeing a spike in celibacy fuelled by economics, technology and female empowerment
It basically says that almost 1 every 3 men 18-30 didn't have sex in 2018 and that 27% of men 18-30 are completely virgin, these figures almost tripled in the last decade; about 1 every 6 women didn't have sex in 2018 and this figure remained basically the same in the last decade. In other words, few men are having sex with multiple women.
Datawas drawn to assess trends in sexual behavior from the 2002 and 2011–2013 National Survey of Family Growth, a US household survey focusing on sexual and reproductive health. Researchers found that compared to 2002, men overall had the same number of partners in 2013. However, the top 20% of men had a 25% increase in sexual partners. The top 5% of men had an even more dramatic 38% increase in the number of sexual partners. Thus while the amount of male sex that was had was unchanged, more of the sex was consolidated into extra sex for the top 5-20% of men (ie. "Chads"). Thus it is clear that Chads are truly having more sex than ever before. Inceldom is clearly not an internet based phenomena, it's real social trand that affects lots of young men who are suffering.
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
1) SAFE SPACES Society always invalidates the feelings of lonely men. We shoudld tell young men that it is completely normal to be alone, we should tell them that dating is extremely hard for a man, we should teach them about hypergamy. This way men would start developing coping mechanisms from a young age and wouldn't feel abnormal because they don't belong to top % of men.
We're teaching young men that there are no difference between male and female sexuality and behavior instead, this pushes young men into making unhealthy comparison "Why do average women get so much attention?" "Why does only Chad get attention?" "Why do unattractive women get so many matches while only Chads gets them?" "if gender differences don't exist doesn't my lack of success mean that I am uglier than Chad and - most importantly - those very unattractive women?" etc.
We're telling young men that if they're not successful with women there's necessarily something wrong with their personality, we don't acknoweledge at all the specific struggle that men face. Nobody ever validates our struggles in the dating world and this causes anger**.** Just imagine if you told a feminist that the patriarchy didn't exist and that men and women were at equal risk of sexist discrimination and sexual harassment, you would be considered stupid - and for good reason - yet acknowledging the harder struggles that men face in the dating world is ostracized.
Redpillers have a lot of bad traits but they are an example of a coping mechanism that works since they give men hope, understand their struggles, acknoweldge hypergamy and teach young men that they will have to struggle a lot to get women. They validate our feelings and this makes us feel good and work hard, this has nothing to do with entitlement and reducing incel anger to that is simiplicistic at best. What people miss from the incel terrorist attacks is that they all were suicide attempts which makes them more similar to religious terrorism than political terrorism, these people didn't felt like they had a place in this society.
2) LESS DISCRIMINATION Research has found that good-looking people report higher salaries. Women who put more effort into grooming made more money, regardless of physical attributes like nice skin or symmetrical faces. Men, while still rewarded for grooming, were also judged for their biological traits. As the researcher says “Once you account for grooming, for women, attractiveness doesn’t really matter anymore,” Penner says. “And that surprised me. Because typically when you think about attractiveness – much in the same way that people think about race or gender – the idea is sort of that you either have it or you don’t. You’re attractive or you’re not. But what we see is that for the labor market return, what matters is not your innate attractiveness but rather how you present yourself.”
A study has shown that if you're an attractive man, you have a better chance of being hired. If an attractive woman, a worse chance. We can see two societal issues here: 1) Sexual objectification of woment, attractive women are perceived as less competent. 2) Discrimination against unattractive men.
A research paper published in the Journal of Applied Psychology showed that height is strongly related to success for men. It showed that increase in height for men corresponds to increase in income after controlling for other social psychological variables like age and weight.[1] Economists Nicola Persico, Andrew Postlewaite and Dan Silverman explained the "height premium" and found that "a 1.8-percent increase in wages accompanies every additional inch of height". They also found that men's wages as adults could be linked to their height at age 16. The researchers found that on an average an increase in height by one inch at age 16 increased male adult wages by 2.6 percent. This is equal to increase of approximately $850 in 1996 annual earnings. In other words, the height and corresponding social experiences of taller male adolescent at age 16 would likely translate to higher wage in later adulthood as compared to shorter male adolescent. In 2017, attourney and author lawyer Tanya Osensky published Shortchanged: Height Discrimination and Strategies for Social Change.[16] The book exposes the cultural, medical, and occupational issues that short people face, which are often deemed unimportant and disregarded. Osensky challenges heightism by disclosing some beneficial aspects of shortness and suggesting avenues of activism and change. In general, studies have shown that short people are paid less than taller people, with disparities similar in magnitude to the race and gender gaps.
Unattractive short men thus face huge problems in both the workplace AND their personal lives, society not only rejects their issues but doesn't even try to listen to them and this creates frustation and anger in these men. Unfortunately men are taught to repress their emotions because of toxic mascunlinity which increases frustration even more in these men. A lot of these men are also ethnic minorities, asians especially, which adds another layer of discrimination to this group.
3) LEGAL PROSTITUTION. A lot of incels are touch starved, some intimate and sexual contact would be enough to make them a little happier. According to data a lot of young men, not young women, are virgin today so I think there should also be less stigma against men who pay prostitutes to relieve their sexual frustrations. This problem seems to affect only straight men since gay men are the most promiscuous demographics according to data. Yes, men shouldn't seek validation from sex but there's a huge difference between someone who gets occasional sex, but keeps chasing that feeling/high, and someone who's never had much if any sexual attention from the opposite sex and wants to experience one of the basic human experiences
CONCLUSION
We're facing a crisis in masculinity. Economic equality (good thing) and dating apps (bad things) have finally allowed women to better express their true sexual nature which leaves men questioning their place in society. Men are no longer providers and of course most are not as sexually attractive as women. We need a cultural change to keep under control the huge amount of virgin men that we are seeing today.
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2020.04.02 19:28 RodolfoKhan Male and Female sexuality are different, would teaching men about these differences reduce the amount of sexual harassment that women experience?

A lot of men make women uncomfortable because they think that certain behaviors will make women feel attracted to them, they usually project their idea of "attractive" on women by treating them like they'd like to be treated.
I'll give you two examples:
A) A woman sent unsolicited vagina pics to men, just like it supposedly happens the other way around with dick pics, to show how bad that is. But a lot of the guys were thrilled or entertained, and the reaction was simply nowhere near the one she thought it would cause. Perfect example where the same behaviour in the same situation goes completely wrong just by switching genders https://metro.co.uk/2015/11/21/this-is-what-happened-when-a-woman-sent-men-unsolicited-vagina-pics-on-a-dating-app-5517405/amp/ .
Dick pics have a big role in the gay scene too. Gay guys see them very differently to women. Dick pics are an incredibly overt sexual approach, which far more men are open to than women more generally. Go on to Grindr, you'll see there's nothing sexist about dick-pics: men send them to other men all the time, it's treated as more important than the face-pic by most users.
B) Men and women view approaching differently. A woman can just walk up to a guy in a bar and ask him to have sex with her if she wants to, the guy would most likely say yes in such a situation but we wouldn't see the same results if the role were reversed. Men can't just treat women like random human beings, otherwise they'd treat women just like they'd like to be treated and this is usually not how women want to be treated. There are actual studies that support my claim, male and female volunteers are instructed to request sex to random people of the opposite sex in these experiments and results show that more than 70% of male respondants say yes while about 0% of female respondants say yes.
https://interpersona.psychopen.eu/article/view/121/html
Everyone can see a peculiar trend in gay culture, gay men are much more direct and sexual when it comes to approaching other men. Look at the studies mentioned here for example:
Psychology Today: Homosexuality: A Queer Problem. A few puzzles about homosexuality, some still unsolved.
The article shows that gay men are the most promiscuous demographics, even though they are extremely shamed for their sexuality, while
Lesbians might have been expected to be more promiscuous than heterosexual women, since they had no pregnancy to fear, and on the classic theories, would have been inclined to play out a “male sex role.” But research by Michael Bailey and David Schmitt found that lesbians are inclined toward even less promiscuous lives than heterosexual women.
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Sexologists classify female sexuality as reactive while male sexuality is considered spontaneus, this isn't an indicator of sex drive and does instead describe patterns of arousal as they're experienced by both sexes. This is a common classification in the field of sexology and it's not even considered controversial. From my anedoctal experience I see very rarely women who want to have sex with other men at very first sight, risks are just a subsequent rational consideration to the initial instinctive lack of sexual feelings. These popular questions from Reddit are very telling even though they are not scientific:
askwomen: What percentage of guys look cute to you? Average response is 1-2%. Some women said they found 10-15% of men attractive if they considered only men in their own age range.
askmen: What percentage of random women as you go about your day are you immediately physically attracted to? Estimate ranges between 90% and 20%.
askwomen: Do you think sexually about your male friends? Average response is "very rarely".
askmen: Men of Reddit: what percentage of the women you know do you want to have sex with? Estimates range between 90% and 60%.
As a man gender-critcal and FDS have been quite good and interesting sources to understand the female experience in the dating world, they lean on biological essentialism but I think that a lot of creeps who think they're being cool when they approach women might find benefit from understanding differences in our sexuality. Yes, rape is about power but sexual harassment often isn't and instead it's just about men who think they're acting in attractive ways.
I think that the liberal-feminist saying "Treat women like human beings" is the most confusing advice one can give to men and this is often what I hear and read on feminist speeches and articles that try to teach men appropriate ways to approach the other sex. What's your argument agains this?
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2020.02.01 13:46 ex_coomer Best car for dating

Hi,
So I know some people are going to think it's shallow, or that it may attract the wrong kind of people, but I'm pretty desperate and I'd be happy to attract any people at all 😂.
From what I've read the car you drive has a significant impact on your dating options, and I could spend $20-$50k in something fancy without impacting my finances too much.
The thing is I've read mixed results from research:
What are you guy's thoughts on this? Is there better data available?
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2019.09.13 21:17 SolariaHues Advertising a subreddit

Advertising

My take on advertising a subreddit.
Advertising can be a bit contentious; some mods don't like it in their subs, and it is up to them what they allow or not. If your sub is related in some way though, you may get permission to post, especially if it will benefit the subreddit's community.
When you start advertising, the more your sub looks like a community the better. Try and make it look nice, have clear rules so members know what is expected, and seed content. There is/will be posts on graphics and design.

Advertising a new sub

Posting in other subs is an easy way to advertise.
Write out your advert and check it over; make sure it's clear what your sub is about, check for spelling etc, and make sure to link to your sub. Be friendly and encouraging.
First, post in subs made for advertising. Here are some that allow this for new subreddits:
Make sure to read sidebars (old and new in case both aren't updated) and sticky posts, and make sure you follow each sub's rules.
yoursub
promotereddit
pluggit
newreddits
needasubmitter
subreddithub
subreddits
tinyreddit
tinysubredditoftheday (sub must be 30 days old and active, with less than 1000 members)
wowthissubexists (you can't post your own sub)
checkusout
theresaredditforthat
gnureddits
heycomevisitoursub
morereddits
redditlists
subredditpublicity
/ObscureSubreddits (sub must be 3 months old)
/ShamelessPlug
/Promote
/misc
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Posting in related subs is the next step. If you have an art sub, seek out other art subs for example.
You can use one related sub to find others by checking their sidebars and using these sites: Anvaka Subreddit users overlap Hive mind
I always ask first before posting an ad in a related sub. And I only post once.
Write out a generic request you can copy and paste but personalise it a bit if you can for each mod team you message. Be polite. You will get some no's, and some who don't respond, but you'll get some yes's too!
Make sure to check the rules before making your post, and personalise your post for the sub if you can.
Depending on the type of sub you have, you could point out the benefits of joining. For example, when advertising bannerrequest on a subreddit focused on moderation, I’d mention that it’s for moderators to get graphics for their community. When advertising on an art subreddit, I’d mention how it’s for artists who like to help out other redditors and make banners.
Keep a record of where you've posted, messages etc. After a week, if you have some mods that haven't responded, try once more. Maybe change up your wording a bit.
Do NOT keep messaging or spamming moderators! Twice is plenty.
Thank members for reading and the mods for letting you post.
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Another option is mentioning your sub in comments on posts in other subs.
The bigger and more active the sub, and the more popular the post, the better. But the post must be related to your sub, and your comment should not just be an ad. Your comment needs to have its own value. So only comment if you have something to say and add to the conversation. Mention your sub almost as an afterthought.
You could start threads in relevant subs like askreddit in order to set up an opportunity to mention your sub in comments. Other possible subs are askmen askwomen aita, parenting and relationship subs and so on, if relevant.
For example, if you were the mod of longcons, you could ask 'What is the greatest long con you have ever seen?' this way you can also snag some content for your sub.
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Advertising older subreddits

Sometimes your sub, or maybe an inherited sub, is not new, but still could use new blood.
You can use the comment mention method as above.
You can also crosspost posts from your sub to other relevant subs.
Sidebar links, where you exchange links to your sub with another sub in your sidebars, is also an option. It won't bring much traffic, but over time you'll get a few new members.
It also reminds mods of related subs that you are there. I can't speak for other mods, but I'm always actively signposting redditors to appropriate subreddits, on my subs and elsewhere.
To swap links, just politely message the mods of the subs you'd like to swap with. They should be related to your sub. Again, some will, some won't. Some will say you need to have # number of members first. Just keep track of it all and set reminders to ask again where you need to.
There are a few subs for advertising your older subreddit:
rediscoverreddit
There is also subredditoftheday (sub must have a few hundred members, be at least 30 days old, and be active)
And subredditads - here you can create an advert image and submit a request. If successful your ad will run where reddit doesn’t have a paid for ad to run.
As your sub grows and IF you have created a sub people really enjoy, word of mouth will play a part. Your members, while browsing reddit, may mention you in comments when appropriate, with no prompting from you. This is the dream :)
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Edit: I forgot! You can also use user flair in other sub, where relevant, to advertise. For example, in gardening my flair is 'UK / gardenwild' - my knowledge from gardenwild may play into what I'm saying over on gardening.
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Thanks u/tizorres for some subs to add in, and u/no-elf-and-safety for additions to the commenting in other subs section.
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More promo subs!
https://www.reddit.com/useMadbrad200/m/subredditpromotion
https://www.reddit.com/usekungming2/m/new_subreddits/
Thanks to u/kungming2 and u/madbrad200
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2019.08.15 19:45 -Starwind UK members of AskMen, what shops do you get clothes from?

For the past few years I've been totally lazy with my clothes and just gone to Burton. Fancy a change, and theres so many shops, so just wondering what the general opinion was on best quality for price etc.
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2019.07.15 07:20 VirginPrideWorldWide This is why you are incel

I was reading some questions on askmen and askwomen, these popular ones took my attention:
askwomen: What percentage of guys look cute to you? Average response is 1-2%. Some women said they found 10-15% of men attractive if they considered only men in their own age range.
askmen: What percentage of random women as you go about your day are you immediately physically attracted to? Estimate ranges between 90% and 20%.
askwomen: Do you think sexually about your male friends? Average response is "very rarely".
askmen: Men of Reddit: what percentage of the women you know do you want to have sex with? Estimates range between 90% and 60%.
I think most people can notice the same trend in real life. Why do you think this happens? Is this related to biology? Is it caused by a mix of biological and social factors?
Gay men on Reddit seem to agree with the biological thesis.
askgaybros : Are men hypersexual compared to women? Is it an evolutionary thing? Almost everyone agreed with the biological-evolutionary thesis.
chadfish got banned but he purpose of that sub was to showcase female hypergamy, gay dating apps don't have this problem. Every girl can get a date from Tinder, on the other hand not every man can except on gay dating apps. Women can get thousands of matches every week on dating apps, a lot of theese come from nice men yet they often prefer a Chad criminal (yeah, there were even a lot of criminal chafishes) who's rude and not even that interested over the other thousands of matches just because he's 1-2 points more attractive. Men don't act this way because they aren't hypergamous as they consider most women attractive, women consider less than 20% of men attractive therefore those 1-2 points of superior attractiveness are very important to them.
Women Find 80% Of Men Unattractive, Says Crazy Study
Tinder Experiments II: Guys, unless you are really hot you are probably better off not wasting your time on Tinder — a quantitative socio-economic study
the average female “likes” 12% of men on Tinder. This doesn't mean though that most males will get “liked” back by 12% of all the women they “like” on Tinder. This would only be the case if “likes” were equally distributed. In reality, the bottom 80% of men are fighting over the bottom 22% of women and the top 78% of women are fighting over the top 20% of men. [..] The United States currently has one of the higher Gini coefficients (most income inequality) of all of the world’s biggest economies at a value of 0.41. The Tinder Gini coefficient is even higher at 0.58. This may not seem like a big difference but it is actually huge. Figure 3 compares the income Gini coefficient distribution for 162 nations and adds the Tinder economy to the list. The United States Gini coefficient is higher than 62% of the world’s countries. The Tinder economy has a higher Gini coefficient than 95.1% of the countries in the world. The only countries that have a higher Gini coefficient than Tinder are Angola, Haiti, Botswana, Namibia, Comoros, South Africa, Equatorial Guinea, and Seychelles
What's The Biggest Challenge Men Face On Dating Apps?: A Q&A With Aviv Goldgeier, Junior Growth Engineer
The biggest problem men face on dating apps - the Brad Pitts of the world take the lion’s share of the likes from an already like-deficient sex. Every nation in the world has a currency, but that currency is not equally distributed amongst the citizens of every country. These economic inequalities are described using what is called the Gini index. In our context, the closer the Gini index is to 0, the more equally likes are distributed across all of our users; a higher Gini index rating means more likes are being concentrated into fewer recipients. It turns out that, as it pertains to incoming likes, straight females on Hinge show a Gini index of 0.376, and for straight males it’s 0.542. On a list of 149 countries’ Gini indices provided by the CIA World Factbook, this would place the female dating economy as 75th most unequal (average — think Western Europe) and the male dating economy as the 8th most unequal (kleptocracy, apartheid, perpetual civil war — think South Africa).

Dating apps have reduced the distance between potential partners and have made the dating market efficient, people are just expressing their natural behavior. You don't see the same pattern on gay dating apps, every man - even average ones and below average ones - gets a chance on the other hand it is difficult to get a date on lesbian dating apps. Women are more selective sinece they have hypergamous tendencies. I was getting 40 matches a day on gay Bumble while I get about 4 matches a month with women who don't even write to me (only women can initiate conversations on Bumble), I got 100 matches with women in one day while using my Chadfish. Can we agree that women tend to have hypergamous behaviors? Economic equality (good thing) and dating apps (bad things) have finally allowed women to better express their true sexual nature.
It's clear that verage men struggle and below average men struggle A LOT to find partners in a dating market dominated by dating apps, and this is the case with modern America
Quartz: Around 40% of American couples now first meet online
eHarmony UK: Over 50% of (British) couples will meet online by 2031
Young men are of course the main victims of this techonology and data shows that. This study has become very popular recently
Washington Post: The share of Americans not having sex has reached a record high
The Economist: America is seeing a spike in celibacy fuelled by economics, technology and female empowerment
It basically says that almost 1 every 3 men under 30 y/o didn't have sex in 2018 and that 27% of men under 30 y/o them are completely virgin, these figures almost tripled in the last decade; about 1 every 6 women didn't have sex in 2018 and this figure remained basically the same in the last decade. In other words, few men are having sex with multiple women.
Data was drawn to assess trends in sexual behavior from the 2002 and 2011–2013 National Survey of Family Growth, a US household survey focusing on sexual and reproductive health. Researchers found that compared to 2002, men overall had the same number of partners in 2013. However, the top 20% of men had a 25% increase in sexual partners. The top 5% of men had an even more dramatic 38% increase in the number of sexual partners. Thus while the amount of male sex that was had was unchanged, more of the sex was consolidated into extra sex for the top 5-20% of men (ie. "Chads"). Thus it is clear that Chads are truly having more sex than ever before.
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2018.08.09 01:35 randomthrowawayy1223 HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR LOOKS (GUYS EDITION)[META]

Hello!
I am back with another post, I am glad you enjoyed my girls' post and you appreciated it!
Like in the last post I am going to link a lot of different websites but I will try to express my personal opinions, I don't know if this is going to be as long as the girls's post since male fashion is less diverse than female's and generally men don't use make-up, there are less hairstyle options etc
I will make many possible difference categories, let me know in the comments if you want to read anything else!
Both this post and the girls' post are only about looks since personality is a lot more complicated and everyone likes different personality traits (the same can be said about looks but when talking about appearance it can be more generic).
P.S: I know this website is US oriented so the links are going to be in English and American oriented, I know many here aren't from the US so I am sorry (I am not American myself, I am from Italy)
FOR GUYS:
Let's start!
Hair:
Just like in the other post, I am going to separate them into three categories: haircut, haircolor and haircare (yes, haircare is also important for dudes)
HAIRCUT: generic
Choosing haircut based on face shape: 1 2
More specific:
Round: 3 4 5
Square: 6 7 8
Triangular: 9 10 (the 10th is more generic since there are few websites about the triangle face shape and more list of haircuts based face shapes in general)
Heart: 11 12 (scroll down, another generic one)
Diamond: 13 14
Rectangle/Oblong: 15 16
HAIRCOLOR:
I know guys don't dye their hair as much as girls, but I thought it would have been a cool addition if you plan to make a change.
Some ideas: 17 18 19 20 21 22
HAIRCARE:
Random tips (yes this part is important if you want to keep your hair shiny and healthy) 23 24 25
Products idea: 26 27
How to care of:
Long hair: 28 29 30 31
Curly hair: 32 33 34
Foods to eat for hair growth
How to prevent balding: 35 36 37
Eyebrows:
Suggested website
Choosing your eyebrow shape based on your face shape
Tips and tricks: 38 39 40
How to grow thicker eyebrows: 41 42 43
A useful guide (more women-oriented but well explained)
Skincare:
Some might think that having a skincare routine is too 'effeminate' but I don't agree. Taking care of your skin is important for overall appearance.
Random basic tips: 44 45 46 47
  1. eat fruits and veggies regularly 2) drink a lot of water 3) avoid dairy products (especially if you have acne) 4) eat certain foods that help (here there's a list) 5) avoid picking/scratching your skin 5) avoid aggressive products 6) use products daily/weekly (depends on your skin type), like a good cleanser or a weekly face mask (DIY or purchased)
Skincare routine based on skin types
Suggested websites:
Yesstyle
Lush
Kiehl (this probably tests on animals though)
Cruelty-free brands (I am linking this because I don't condone animal testing for make-up and skincare products or anything similar)
Natural face masks (for every type of skin or almost): 42 43 44 45 46 47
For acne scars: 48 49
If you have severe acne, take this with a grain of salt. You probably need medications to ease it off and you should go to a doctor, don't use aggressive random products and/or try too many things to see if they work.
Body type and work-outs:
I think working out helps in general to boost general attractiveness and I hear a lot about men feeling more confident after a work out routine so it is a very important part here:
How to find out your body type: 50 51 52 53
Dress based on your body type: 54 55 56 57 58
General guides on how to build muscles and work-outs for men: 59 60 61 62 63
Work-outs based on body types: 64 65 66 67 68
Food you can eat to build muscles: 69 70 71 72
Foods to boost your metabolism: 73 74 75 76
For weight loss:
Tips: 77 78 79
Foods that help to lose weight: 80 81 82 83
Foods to avoid when trying to lose weight: 84 85
Work-out routines: 86 87 88
For weight gain:
Tips: 89 90 91 92
Foods that help to gain weight: 93 94 95 96 97
Fashion:
This one is a bit tricky since I don't know much about male fashion and it is generally less variegated than female fashion and it is more basic in a certain sense.
Basic tips: 98 99 100 101
How to develop a personal style: 102 103 104
A personal tip: Fashion choices should reflect your own personality so don't be afraid to be creative and add your own personal touch, avoid being too basic and wearing sloppy/baggy clothes for the most.
Accessories:
Sunglasses guide (based on face shape): 105 106 107 108 109
Tips on how to pick accessories: 110 111 112 113 114
Piercings, tattoos or earrings are a total personal choice though.
Overall health:
Tips to take care of your teeth
How to boost testosterone: 115 116 117 118 119
Tips for health in general: 120 121 122 123 124 125
BONUS:
Make-up:
Ok, I know most men don't wear make-up at all (celebrities aside) and I know it is considered effeminate or gay to have to do anything with it but listen, if you want to wear a little. It could be for many reasons; cover pimples/acne/red skin, try a new look David Bowie style etc, it's your own decision.
Here are some tips to start a little if you are not too comfortable with it but you want to get started: 126 127 128 129 130 131
More advanced if you are interested: 132 133 134 135
If you want to read more specific stuff you can check out my girls' post here but there aren't a lot of links, Youtube in this case is your friend. There are a lot of tutorials there if you want to learn lol
Facial hair:
Beard grooming: 136 137 138 139 140 141 142
BASIC TIPS:
  1. Hygiene is important, so remember to wear clean clothes and shower regularly
  2. Eat at least 2-3 meals per day, including veggies and fruits
  3. Drink a healthy amount of water
  4. Work out as much as you can, it boosts mental and physical health
  5. Go to the hairdresser regularly
  6. Don't smoke or drink
  7. Don't spend too much time sitting
  8. Sleep at least 6-8 hours per night
Subreddits to check out:
AskMen
bodybuilding
menshealth
mensfashion
streetwear
MakeupAddiction
loseit
gainit
bodyweightfitness
BodyAcceptance
SkincareAddiction
BodyDysmorphia
Fitness
fitness30plus
Please let me know if I messed up with the links and/or I forgot something important!
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2018.07.22 07:19 alternate-source-bot [Banned] /r/news/: Video shows waitress body-slam man who groped her

I was banned from /news/. Here's what I would have said in response to this post:
Here are some other articles about this story:
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2018.07.22 07:11 alternate-source-bot [Banned] /r/news/: Waitress groped by man slams him into wall in Savannah, Georgia, surveillance video shows

I was banned from /news/. Here's what I would have said in response to this post:
When I first saw this article from usatoday.com, its title was:
Waitress groped by man slams him into wall at VinnieVanGoGo's restaurant
Here are some other articles about this story:
I am a bot trying to encourage a balanced news diet.
These are all of the articles I think are about this story. I do not select or sort articles based on any opinions or perceived biases, and neither I nor my creator advocate for or against any of these sources or articles. It is your responsibility to determine what is factually correct.
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2018.07.04 03:36 DJ_Enchilada [Letter] Regarding Diet

Having undergone a radical change in my weight (95kg to 80kg and dropping) as a result of doing a "modified atkins diet" (low carb, high meat/fat), I began looking into various forms of dieting. The general consensus is that (as Dr. Peterson rightly points out in his most recent Joe Rogan Experience appearance) you should do what works for you. However, I would like to offer some insight in the hopes that I might put something together for others wishing to change their dieting habits. Forewarning: this is partly speculative, but backed up with facts, or at least, relevant literature.
Looking into the comment sections of various dieting videos I began to see people talking of diets of the past. An interesting reference brought up was the "Barley Men" of Rome: these vegan gladiators who were lean machines with impressive musculature (presumably from the protein in the beans they ate) and excellent cardiovascular health due to the easily accessible carbohydrates in the various barley products they consumed. It was also pointed out to me that humans are the only animals in the animal kingdom to have amylase in their saliva (amylase being the enzyme that breaks down carbohydrates). However, I recently watched a video on Facebook which showed the response time of salivary amylase in a random group of volunteers. The test was simple, eat a bland piece of carbohydrate (a cracker) and see how long it took to taste "sweet" (a sign that the enzymes are doing their job in turning the carbs into sugars). What was surprising is that two of a small group of eight did not taste a sweetness, whilst others varied in their response time. It was suggested that those who tasted sweetness sooner might be more adapted to this diet, but the ones without a sweetness response might want to consider *severly limiting carbohydrates*.
Another interesting reference was correlating a Mediterranean diet with the long term health of those who ate it. The diet consists primarily of whole foods, but importantly, these are locally sourced. This includes lots of fish and vegetables, plenty of carbohydrates and a healthy helping of oils, particularly olive oil. Importantly, the quality of the carbohydrates was stressed, with a preference given to those breads and pastas made with whole flour. The issue, apparently, was that modern processed carbohydrate sources are made with an easily farmed form of selectively bred/GMO wheat, that spikes higher insulin responses in your blood (something like 180 vs. 100). I think that this was one of the few conclusive dietary observations that I could suggest everybody implement (fewer easy sugars, wholegrain > processed etc.) as it doesn't seem to be a historically natural thing to have eaten.
Similarly in comparison to the Mediterranean diet was the success of the Japanese diet, which shares similar qualities (albeit with rice as a key carbohydrate instead of other grain-based carbs (like wheat)).
It is generally accepted in the biological scientific community that predators have larger brains than their prey; and in the anthropology community, it has been speculated that eating meat played a hugely important developmental role when it came to developing the very energy-demanding human brain (A grandmaster in chess will use somewhere in the ballpark of 6000-7000 calories in a single day of playing chess). The theory goes that meat consumption could have been vital to modern human development as early as a million years ago from an evolutionary standpoint. For a gorilla to develop the kind of brain a human could, they would need to consume upwards of 700 extra calories a day, something that isn't achievable with their omnivore diets. These days agriculture and cooking provides us with the additional calories we need if we want to pursue a purely vegetarian diet, but when we split off from chimps, agriculture and cooking simply weren't around. In fact, chimpanzees and humans are the only apes that are omnivores by nature (as opposed to pure herbivores). I would conclude that until humans began to leave Africa, their survival was based heavily on the ability to eat meat. Furthermore, the early development (300,000 BP) of spears seems to support the hypothesis that human development rests on the increased inclusion of meat. There isn't much evidence to suggest that meat (as you might find it in the wild) is bad for you, and in all likelihood it's probably quite good for you.
However, this hypothesis is somewhat by the fact that early (modern) human development came in part with an increase in cooking ability, and this meant that starches could, for the first time, be broken down into easily accessible carbohydrates. This cooking revolution came somewhat after the inclusion of meat into our diets (in the form of early chimpanzees), but has been around long enough for full adaptation to a starchy diet to be considered a common human trait. In that sense, grains, beans, pulses and other such things, when cooked, are in all likelihood OK to eat. It is conceivable though, that the fat storage technique is linked in a unique manner to carbohydrates. During lean periods, where drought permeated the landscape and vegetables were less accessible, fat stores would have been integral to survival. In fact, the cortisol (stress-hormone) response often inhibits fat loss, implying that stressful times were linked to periods of drought, where there were no vegetables. However, during these times other animals are weak, and this is when hunters are at an advantage.
To that end I would hypothesize that a healthy human would eat meat when they are fat, and cooked starches when they are thin, although the impetus is on meat as an appropriate food source *during times of stress*. This links back to my earlier point about the "barley men" whose cardiovascular health was excellent, and who could run for long periods of time (not for vegetables, but for meat). The same (obviously) applies to the early sub-saharan african humans who, plump from carbohydrates were in prime hunting condition during periods of drought. In this sense, what you should eat might also be determined by your body type. Typical runner types (ectomorphs) might benefit more from carbohydrates due to their natural propensity for running long distances. Interestingly enough, long distance runners have long, thin arms, a strength that plays into their ability to throw spears without falling over (most apes will "lob" an object in a clumsy manner) - indicating that lankier types had a propensity to be hunters. More strong-man (endomorph) types have an enhanced bone structure, a sign that links towards strong, functional "pulling" strength (better at leveraging their own strength without risk of injury). These "muscle-men" would likely be more adapted to pulling out roots and vegetables for cooking (hence why shorter, stockier types tend to have a stronger deadlift, and a much stronger grip). It is important to note that being adjusted to finding a certain food means that you are more efficient at it, perhaps as a result of its scarcity. If you take this into account, then the strong Endomorph is actually better off eating more protein and fat, as they are adapted to a scarce supply of carbohydrates.
Finally we have natural fats, which make up the third major macro-nutrient (besides protein and carbs). It seems that our strong jaw musculature and thick enamel have been developed to prioritize nuts over fruits (further evidence suggesting that you should avoid "easy" sugars), as seeds and nuts are often far more calorie dense. However, given their seasonal nature (primarily autumnal), nuts and seeds are unlikely to have played as much of a vital role as starches or protein (although they are still valuable). This (kind of) plays into my theory about body type vs. relevant dietary inclinations in that it includes the muscled, but light types, or "Mesomorphs" - "climbers" as I like to call them. Their ability to scale objects is the best of the three body types owing to their athletic strength and light frames. I might suggest that they are best suited to a higher fat diet due to being able to pick fruit and nuts from trees, however it is also (more) likely that the "mesomorph" is a hybrid of the endomorph (big/strong) and the ectomorph (lanky/thin), rather than a separate entity. In that case, I would suggest that a high fat diet (seed/nut picking) belongs more in the endomorph camp, and that mesomorphs are most likely to be able to eat a balanced diet
Obviously we have entered a new age of food diversity, so it is likely that these simple rules/suggestions I have laid out may have been adjusted somewhat by our enormous access to a diverse range of food, but I would suggest looking deeper into your family tree to work out what nationality you are (and therefore what diet you might have been inclined to eat). It also seems to me that early humans did not eat many vegetables, and those that they did eat were often cooked. Many of the vegetables we eat today are actually domesticated and selectively bred offshoots of the Brassica plant. (Modern kale, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and kohlrabi). However, it has also been hypothesized that many early humans ate a greater variety of food than we do today, in order to limit the chance of being poisoned by over-exposure to a single food source.
some links:
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/evolution-of-diet/?source=TruthAndBeauty
http://me.askmen.com/diet-eating/1100102/article/are-humans-supposed-to-eat-nuts-and-seeds-heres-a-new-way-to http://www.coachmag.co.uk/lifestyle/4511/ectomorph-endomorph-or-mesomorph-what-is-your-body-type
http://www.slate.com/articles/life/explaine2012/02/the_real_caveman_diet_what_did_people_eat_in_prehistoric_times_.html?via=gdpr-consent
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2018.06.18 19:45 TheAdventurousWriter UK folks of AskMen, how far do you think England will last in the World Cup this time before we get knocked out?

I reckon quarter final at best. Group stages don't seem too challenging, but we barely made it out of that last time!
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2018.02.27 22:42 hellomensrights So sick of all the double standards around mens bodies and genitals

Why are there endless amount of female writers for supposedly 'mens magazines' writing about mens genitals and bodies like this for example.
https://uk.askmen.com/sex/sex_education/average-penis-size/
http://www.rebelcircus.com/blog/study-shows-the-penis-size-most-women-actually-prefe
There's endless other examples I doubt you need more.
But there's no male writers for female magazines writing about the ideal vagina, and look at the way they talk about mens bodies compared to womens
http://www.rebelcircus.com/blog/guys-reveal-type-vagina-like-best/
Women are worshipped and told over and over they're perfect, meanwhile men are lucky just to get a sight of female genitals apparently
"When it comes to sex, most guys are happy to be having sex at all. "
"Todd said we were crazy for even asking this question. According to him, any guy who has the nerve to ask for vaginas to look a certain way “probably shouldn’t get laid in the first place.” Pretty wise... We agree, Aristotle. We agree."
https://www.mensfitness.com/search/site/penis
Compare this to
https://www.mensfitness.com/search/site/vagina
Supposedly 'mens magazines' don't care about female genitals except when it comes to pleasing them.
I'm so sick of these double standards and how female writers get to tell MEN how they feel about women and womens genitals.
Same with movies and tv showing, talking, and mutilating mens genitals on screen. But a single line about a vagina or showing some labia? Noooooo can't do that.
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2018.02.07 17:13 writelysoso This makes so much sense!

https://uk.askmen.com/news/sports/why-you-can-t-go-for-just-one-drink.html
Have y'all seen this? It's not even new, but I had no idea. Just wanted to know why the &%! I can't ever stop at just one drink.
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2017.10.19 13:09 mahsmalade What kinda shit do you want to see in a barbershop? (X post from r/askmen)

Hey fellow Barbers/interested parties
I posted this to askmen, but I figure you guys will know also likely have a few bloody good ideas for me. Thanks!
Hey lads.
I'm currently in the process of opening my own barbershop, I want it to be old-school and I'm leaning heavily towards a 1920s theme with those old school cartoons and music (thinking fallout 3/NV)
Been in the industry for years, but I'm biased. I know what I want in my own shop but I've never really been on the clients side of it all since I got my apprenticeship at 18.
What would you guys want to see in a shop that'd draw you there? I'm thinking things like a barista, a beer fridge, interesting things on the walls to look at and obviously ripper service.
Follow up question, been working on my own beard balms and oils the last few months and even though results are going well- I'm lost on scent. What're manly smells you guys wouldn't mind smelling like? I hate everything lavender, so no lavender.
Tell me about uniforms, gender of staff, music, drinks, look/atmosphere, things to do, (smoking area??). Tell me about dope places you've been to and tell me what make them so sick. I live in a small country so most of the cool places in the US or UK we miss out on.
Thanks guys!
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Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 7524 points, 2 submissions: W1ZZ4RD
    1. 3 months ago I posted the exact process on how I sold $150,000 selling T-shirt on Amazon. I will now explain the exact steps you can take to earn your first $1,000,000 selling on Amazon via the Shopify integration with ZERO inventory. (5837 points, 1440 comments)
    2. How We Made $150,000 Profit Slinging T-Shirts As A Side Business In 2016 (1687 points, 398 comments)
  2. 4390 points, 4 submissions: tianan
    1. SEO is Not Hard . A step-by-step SEO Tutorial for beginners that will get you ranked every single time (3671 points, 397 comments)
    2. The long story of how I struggled and flailed for a year and finally figured it out and generated $70k in revenue in three months. (285 points, 100 comments)
    3. This exact process has gotten my startup written about in the New York Times, CNN, Mashable, TechCrunch, etc. It's a long, detailed post, but it should work for your company too (257 points, 37 comments)
    4. The Growth Hacker's Guide to Instagram - a systematic dismantling of Instagram as a channel, including how I used it to sell $4,000 of product for a new company in one day (xpost marketing) (177 points, 57 comments)
  3. 3928 points, 2 submissions: localcasestudy
    1. 4 years ago I wrote a case study on reddit on my $4k per month local business. I've since built that company into a multi-million dollar company and the redditors that followed are now doing a combined $50 million dollars per year! Updated case study and AMA. (3870 points, 830 comments)
    2. You want to build a business with little to no competition yet you want a business that will make a ton of money. These two things are mutually exclusive! Here’s why... (58 points, 24 comments)
  4. 3481 points, 1 submission: djacob__
    1. I made $1,000,000 by selling a book explaining how to become a millionaire (3481 points, 489 comments)
  5. 3015 points, 1 submission: crxnamja
    1. 11 years ago I got a $428 million dollar lesson when I was fired from Facebook as employee #30. I went on to build two multi-million dollar companies including Sumo.com and AppSumo, which I started on Reddit. I’m Noah Kagan and I LOVE tacos, AMA! (3015 points, 1063 comments)
  6. 2840 points, 6 submissions: arbingsam
    1. Lifestyle entrepreneur with multiple sources of income that are four or five figures a month. 6 mil views on YouTube, 4 mil on Quora. AMA (660 points, 322 comments)
    2. Three years ago I started an Amazon FBA business. It was a lot of work and took a long time, but it is now making over $20,000 a month. Here's what I did. (561 points, 179 comments)
    3. This subreddit is full of stories of success. I have a few of them, but far more businesses I have tried to start failed. Here are some of the worst. (521 points, 140 comments)
    4. Online business guru is jailed for two years for fraud. He claimed to be an 'internet millionaire' with mansions and private jets while in reality lived in a modest terrace house. (518 points, 179 comments)
    5. For the better part of a year I forced myself to come up with 10 ideas a day. Here they are, over 1,000 ideas in one place. (488 points, 89 comments)
    6. My company is offering no-strings-attached grants to wannabe entrepreneurs. There's 12 on offer, each for $1,000. To apply just record a short video on your business idea and what you'll do with the money. (92 points, 64 comments)
  7. 2720 points, 5 submissions: the_restlessartist
    1. I'm a Direct Response Copywriter who charges $10,000 + 3% Royalties From Each Client - I Travel The World And Am Now On The Precipice of My First Million - AMA (Especially if You're in Marketing) (785 points, 673 comments)
    2. THIS is why you're not making money on Upwork (and why so many people are constantly bitching about it) x-post freelancer (782 points, 325 comments)
    3. I'm an American Digital Nomad Currently Living in Thailand. My Business is Online. I Net Roughly $10k a Month. AMA - happy to talk about DM lifestyle, online marketing, my business, and I'll take a look at whatever you're working on and provide consultation (not charging for sh*t). (769 points, 377 comments)
    4. [FOLLOW-UP] $10k a month high-school dropout digital nomad guy in Thailand here again. Did a 1 hour talk on sales funnels - here it is free. Ask any questions about it. (280 points, 199 comments)
    5. Why No Business Owner Should EVER Spend Money on "General Advertising" And The Difference Between That And Direct Response (Follow-up to AMA) (104 points, 114 comments)
  8. 2667 points, 1 submission: ericlancheres
    1. For 11 years, I have been ranking ecommerce stores on Google. Some from nothing to $8,200,000+. Here is the EXACT process on how to start an Ecommerce store with ZERO experience and get it profitable with Google traffic. (2667 points, 192 comments)
  9. 2496 points, 3 submissions: LL112
    1. I'm tired of reading about people making 6 figures in 30 days with drop shipping and t shirts. Who here has an interesting small business that just ticks over with a profit each and every month? What are your stories? (2262 points, 1686 comments)
    2. What are your business goals for 2017? (147 points, 231 comments)
    3. What subscription box company did you start, and why did it fail/succeed? (87 points, 45 comments)
  10. 2355 points, 5 submissions: Oax_Mike
    1. No Guts No Glory: A Disturbing Trend I See in Here (1227 points, 387 comments)
    2. After 3.5 years of being open, some reviews of our place literally bring me to tears... (435 points, 112 comments)
    3. I Really Wish I Had Done This...If You're In the Beginning Stages of Starting Your Business and Struggling - Do This (380 points, 51 comments)
    4. The Most Important Advice You'll Read All Day - Particularly for Late-Career Entrepreneurs (186 points, 48 comments)
    5. Pressing 'Pause' on Your Entrepreneurial Dreams (127 points, 49 comments)
  11. 2159 points, 1 submission: ChaseSanborn
    1. Can we ban all these posts offering "free" services like logo, seo etc. that are just marketing their own services and building a mailing list? This sub should be about discussion, not a business marketplace (2159 points, 284 comments)
  12. 2145 points, 2 submissions: dandemsky
    1. 9 years after starting my first biz in my mom's basement, and 4 companies later - these are my biggest takeaways so far... (1235 points, 269 comments)
    2. After raising over $360,000 on Indiegogo and creating a 7-figure business in less than 1 year - this is everything I learned about crowdfunding. (910 points, 161 comments)
  13. 2118 points, 3 submissions: themodestman
    1. Finally hit $10k/month revenue with my blog (income breakdown and insights) (1114 points, 499 comments)
    2. I made $89,207 blogging in 2016, here to answer your questions about traffic, monetization and content creation! (939 points, 405 comments)
    3. Record Month Blogging w/ $8,478 Profit in June (details inside) (65 points, 72 comments)
  14. 1943 points, 5 submissions: sigmaschmooz
    1. Woodies: 1 Million Revenue, 0 Employees Every Tool I Use (1003 points, 381 comments)
    2. I Lost $30,000 in 2 Hours. What's Your Biggest Loss/Failure? (459 points, 416 comments)
    3. Almost Exactly Two Years Ago, I Made Pricing Mistake and Thought I Was Finished. In Two More Days, I'll Have Made 1 Million (276 points, 117 comments)
    4. Shoutout to Everybody Who Still Uses Mom's Garage as their Warehouse/Shipping Bay! (144 points, 92 comments)
    5. Founders of Woodies and SoleBicycles. How to Scale your E-com to 1M Annually Ask Us Anything! (61 points, 132 comments)
  15. 1903 points, 5 submissions: do_it_every_day
    1. About two weeks ago I posted here about losing my job and starting a window cleaning company. Tomorrow I start a $1700 job that will have less than $100 of expense associated. (1059 points, 205 comments)
    2. Just found out that I am losing my job with company of 10 years. I just relocated to a new area on my own dime and am almost zapped for savings. I'm starting a window cleaning small business tomorrow and I'm scared out of my mind. (463 points, 157 comments)
    3. Monthly update from "The Window Cleaning Guy". AMA (265 points, 148 comments)
    4. Window Cleaning entrepreneur back for a March update. (73 points, 71 comments)
    5. I'm back with an update. Im the guy that started a window cleaning company because the corporate world told me to go away. (43 points, 21 comments)
  16. 1682 points, 1 submission: username-fox
    1. Web Design: Only started in Jan this year, making over $10,000 consistently every month. Lots of lessons... AMA (1682 points, 483 comments)
  17. 1552 points, 4 submissions: keysikgg
    1. Every entrepreneur that is promoting his business online is making exactly the same mistake (714 points, 211 comments)
    2. Simple harsh truth that changed my perspective on life (431 points, 144 comments)
    3. Started Social Media Management agency 4 months ago following advice from this subreddit, want to share update and few things I have learned so far (366 points, 89 comments)
    4. 5 days ago I asked you guys for advice about starting to work full time as Social Media Manager. I have finally finished setting up everything today, and I am ready to start working harder than ever before! (41 points, 27 comments)
  18. 1418 points, 2 submissions: themadentrepreneur
    1. In 2016 I made $316,154.15 via the Amazon Affiliate program. AMA! (1260 points, 625 comments)
    2. There's snippets of value and money to be made in all types of entrepreneurship, and at all levels. Don't dismiss it because of stigma. (158 points, 34 comments)
  19. 1388 points, 1 submission: aknalid
    1. This is the story of how I made $2.99 on the Amazon Affiliate Program in just 30 days! AMAA (1388 points, 219 comments)
  20. 1360 points, 5 submissions: HonestFew
    1. The definitive Amazon FBA training guide to take you from no idea to making serious sales. (15 Masterguides) (420 points, 54 comments)
    2. The Definitive Guide to Effective Instagram Marketing (343 points, 108 comments)
    3. The Definitive Guide to Finding Amazon Private Label Product Ideas for Amazon FBA (the Matrix Technique) X-Post (326 points, 41 comments)
    4. The 6 Ways to Beat your Competition on Amazon by Differentiating. (225 points, 16 comments)
    5. The Definitive Guide to Importing from China for Ecommerce and Amazon Businesses (46 points, 16 comments)
  21. 1321 points, 4 submissions: snipple215
    1. 50k month guy here again, with 100's of pm's on how to start a business, I'll be starting one from scratch, breaking it all down in phases and teaching you step by step. (610 points, 130 comments)
    2. 50k guy here - As promised, here is my first "Phase One" post about "How to start your own repair business" as a new business venture for me. I didn't leave any detail behind... (411 points, 84 comments)
    3. 50k a month guy here again, Phase 4 of "How to start a Phone Repair Business from scratch" completed. Store is ready for launch! Juicy details of every step, invoices, work, pictures, shared.... (222 points, 85 comments)
    4. Phase 3 Completed - How to start your own Phone Repair Business - Completed store construction, brand / logo and store design with fixtures. Receipts, invoices, pictures are all here for you to see. (78 points, 26 comments)
  22. 1313 points, 3 submissions: Weaponry
    1. Please keep your Drop Shipping and Instagram Parlor Tricks to a Minimum (625 points, 257 comments)
    2. Tai Lopez is the Greatest Man Alive (499 points, 197 comments)
    3. Why you Should Never Build a Business on the Back of Another (189 points, 98 comments)
  23. 1302 points, 2 submissions: Affiewolf
    1. I own 3 cannabis related businesses in California, would you guys like me to do an AMA? (896 points, 148 comments)
    2. I own 3 cannabis related businesses in California, AMA (406 points, 306 comments)
  24. 1288 points, 2 submissions: uxdr_entrepreneur
    1. I built a location-independent startup from $0 to $300K in 1 year as a solo entrepreneur. Now I have a business partner and we're launching Startup #2 as we travel the world. Here’s how we plan to move cheap, fast & smart (30 days or less, <$600) using lessons learned from the first. (1098 points, 187 comments)
    2. UPDATE: I built a location-independent startup from $0 to $300K while traveling the world - We’re 1 month in and there’s been many setbacks… and many exciting developments. This time we detail what’s happened, the plans for the next journey, and request help from our fellow entrepreneurs! (190 points, 77 comments)
  25. 1283 points, 1 submission: PWUsername
    1. How I Made Picking Up Poop Great Again By Selling 24,000 Dog Poop Bags In 20 Days Without Ever Touching One Myself (1283 points, 333 comments)
  26. 1228 points, 2 submissions: Cumreal
    1. Any actual millionaires in this subreddit? (967 points, 918 comments)
    2. To all you drop-shippers, you cannot half arse your way to success!! (261 points, 196 comments)
  27. 1221 points, 4 submissions: PoRco1x
    1. DIY-MBA: A Compiled List Of 19 Free Courses & 31 Books (587 points, 137 comments)
    2. Would you guys be interested in a TLDSummary (short) of Failed Startup Stories? (425 points, 104 comments)
    3. Minimum Viable Product - Are you doing it right? (111 points, 41 comments)
    4. A Compiled List of 19 Free Business Courses & 21 Business Books (98 points, 19 comments)
  28. 1217 points, 2 submissions: viperchillama
    1. $80,000 profit in December with an 8-page website (Case study) (801 points, 207 comments)
    2. How I built a profitable "startup" in 28 days, with a $100 marketing budget (416 points, 123 comments)
  29. 1187 points, 4 submissions: startuppper
    1. Why + How to ACTUALLY grow your instagram following (without using spammy bots) (456 points, 192 comments)
    2. I've built a website that curates inspirational startup case studies where entrepreneurs share their stories of how, step-by-step, they've built their profitable businesses from scratch. Looking for feedback and tips for stories to add to the queue. (361 points, 62 comments)
    3. The exact (and dead simple) steps I took to help companies grow using Instagram (283 points, 98 comments)
    4. Reddit, the second build a profitable business from scratch in 2 weeks - hackathon is starting in a few days! (87 points, 60 comments)
  30. 1144 points, 1 submission: MiamiBeachmoney
    1. Unilever Buys Dollar Shave Club For 1 billion (1144 points, 313 comments)
  31. 1138 points, 3 submissions: NO_LAH_WHERE_GOT
    1. My partner & I just crossed $100,000 in t-shirt sales – while working full-time jobs! Here's 10 things we've learned. (872 points, 251 comments)
    2. Beyond $100k: Wanted to share my plans to grow my t-shirt business to $1m revenue. Would love your input, questions, suggestions! (220 points, 78 comments)
    3. What are the best shows on Netflix that entrepreneurs should watch? (46 points, 51 comments)
  32. 1115 points, 1 submission: BrianPurkiss
    1. You can use "reddit.com/domain/yourdomain.com/" to find where your site (or your competitor's!) has been shared - good for finding subs to promote on, feedback on your company, questions to be answered, etc (1115 points, 41 comments)
  33. 1101 points, 2 submissions: lydreambig
    1. Take aways from a 17-year old boy who built a $13,500/Month online watch store. (680 points, 268 comments)
    2. Selling $5,000 on Reddit and Instagram in 48 hours without being Spammy [Case Study] (421 points, 59 comments)
  34. 1091 points, 1 submission: i-dyslexia-have
    1. How I turned $600 into my first $4k in revenue in 4.5 weeks importing products from China (Alibaba). (1091 points, 349 comments)
  35. 1050 points, 1 submission: ProudVirgin101
    1. This guy bought several domain names that include politcal mae back in 2008, including ClintonKaine.com for $8. Now he is asking the Clinton Campaign $90,000 for the domain (1050 points, 209 comments)
  36. 1043 points, 1 submission: 1kexperimentdotcom
    1. Two months ago I lost my job. Instead of getting another, I started a business. My wife hated the idea, so we came up with 3 goals I have to achieve or I get another job. I completed the first goal on the last possible day. (1043 points, 262 comments)
  37. 1028 points, 2 submissions: proROKexpat
    1. A smart gun store owner (941 points, 199 comments)
    2. Sometimes the old advertising works...really old (87 points, 33 comments)
  38. 1020 points, 2 submissions: TheAlexWhite
    1. Marketing is Not Hard. Let's cut the BS and talk about a strategy that works every time (904 points, 123 comments)
    2. As promised - Marketing, a No-BS guide: Step 0.5 (116 points, 20 comments)
  39. 1019 points, 3 submissions: markodigital
    1. Here's exactly how to grow your service business and get a 5-15x return with Facebook Ads (680 points, 135 comments)
    2. 11 lessons from running a webinar funnel that brought in over $200,000 in front end revenue using Facebook ads (192 points, 36 comments)
    3. How We Got Published On 500+ Media Outlets Including Huff Post With Less Than $500 In Facebook Ads (147 points, 27 comments)
  40. 1003 points, 5 submissions: Twice_Knightley
    1. Woke up this morning to find out George Takei shared my business on facebook. Now I've got a lot of extra sales - that have to be hand made and shipped for christmas. (623 points, 128 comments)
    2. I got contacted by a company that wants to feature my kickstarter on their facebook page to 2+ million. Whats the best way to make the most of it? (131 points, 57 comments)
    3. This is NOT how you promote your business on reddit (119 points, 31 comments)
    4. Sending out products yourself? try some of these fillers instead of packing peanuts or bubble wrap. (74 points, 40 comments)
    5. Just Do Things (56 points, 21 comments)
  41. 999 points, 3 submissions: ImproSelf
    1. Google just made a video on how to hire an SEO... Don't fall for crap SEOs (687 points, 79 comments)
    2. Just Wanted To Congratulate Fellow Redditor courthead, For The Acquisition Of His Site IndieHackers By Stripe! (159 points, 28 comments)
    3. Shady Amazon Sellers Beware - Amazon Is Suing... (153 points, 28 comments)
  42. 982 points, 3 submissions: bekeleftw
    1. 28 Free Online Training Courses for Entrepreneurs (365 points, 24 comments)
    2. 30 Email Marketing Messages That Boost Sales (320 points, 44 comments)
    3. [Case Studies] How to Take Your E-commerce Business from $0 to $1 Million (297 points, 26 comments)
  43. 980 points, 1 submission: SkywarriorThemes
    1. I quit my job 4 years ago and started selling WordPress themes with a friend. We have since made more than $500,000. (980 points, 246 comments)
  44. 976 points, 3 submissions: johnstevens456
    1. How I make 6 figures (551 points, 200 comments)
    2. I am officially debt free today! (382 points, 69 comments)
    3. The day my business took off! (43 points, 26 comments)
  45. 962 points, 3 submissions: RossDCurrie
    1. 35 Free Udemy Courses (Various Topics) (588 points, 51 comments)
    2. The 6 lesser-known business books I recommend to my friends (229 points, 50 comments)
    3. If everyone hates Upwork so much, why have none of us built something better? (145 points, 63 comments)
  46. 920 points, 1 submission: buttermouth
    1. If there's enough interest, I will livestream me building a ecommerce startup from idea to launch tonight in under 4 hours. (920 points, 158 comments)
  47. 899 points, 3 submissions: fairpixels
    1. Entrepreneurs of Reddit, which books do you recommend as must reads and have directly had an impact on your business? (627 points, 263 comments)
    2. I see many freelance developers around here complain about platforms like Upwork, and how 'cheaper' guys are more likely to get the job. So I built a platform where you get to utilise your unique advantage of proximity (179 points, 62 comments)
    3. How we launched a new service and got to $1,596/MRR in 48 hours (93 points, 65 comments)
  48. 858 points, 1 submission: Marbleslul
    1. Using Twitter I've grown my clients business from $200 a month to $3,000. Here are some tips and tricks (858 points, 116 comments)
  49. 853 points, 1 submission: Sim_Strategy
    1. Pro tip... online sites like Legal Zoom are a ripoff for things like simple LLC formation/EIN applications in the US. You can generally do it yourself on your state's business portal in a few minutes and save several hundred dollars. (853 points, 113 comments)
  50. 839 points, 1 submission: henryisadog
    1. How I Made $204,598.67 From My Website in 2016 (839 points, 279 comments)
  51. 838 points, 1 submission: bandholz
    1. Two years ago Lori from Shark Tank told me she didn't see who would buy our products. Well, Lori, QVC is now carrying our products. (838 points, 238 comments)
  52. 828 points, 1 submission: Nose_Grindstoned
    1. I'm a slacktrepreneur. I work less than 10 hours a week, and make $500 a week. 20+ yrs experience. AMA (828 points, 393 comments)
  53. 807 points, 2 submissions: BetterLearner
    1. Posted here 8 months ago when I hit $1k/month in revenue. Just hit $10k/m, still don't know what I'm doing. Some random thoughts (595 points, 95 comments)
    2. Build your own MVP (212 points, 49 comments)
  54. 794 points, 1 submission: jonbuchan
    1. The drunk cold email that changed my life. (794 points, 211 comments)
  55. 786 points, 1 submission: jkg2001
    1. I'm 18 years old and made just under £65,000 revenue on Amazon DROPSHIPPING in the last 3 months. Ask me anything! (786 points, 621 comments)
  56. 783 points, 1 submission: jdquey
    1. TIL an apology from a business doubles customer satisfaction. 37% of customers were satisfied with service when offered something of monetary value (e.g. a refund). But an added apology on top of compensation doubled satisfaction to 74%. (783 points, 65 comments)
  57. 775 points, 2 submissions: DOESNT_BE_LIKE_IT_IS
    1. A Comprehensive List of Every iOS App and Method I use to create content for my Instagram (165k), Facebook (59k) & Twitter (53k) accounts. (466 points, 90 comments)
    2. Uber driver, aka 'Uberpreneur,' makes $252k promoting his business to his passengers. Similar business ideas to this? (309 points, 152 comments)
  58. 762 points, 3 submissions: d1770
    1. People who are making 100k+/year working for yourself, what do you do? (361 points, 742 comments)
    2. What's a piece of entrepreneur advice that you don't hear very often? (330 points, 181 comments)
    3. People who have taken a HUGE risk in the past, but haven't 'made it' yet, what's your story? (71 points, 7 comments)
  59. 749 points, 2 submissions: jem89
    1. How to run facebook ads for any business: Comment your business and I'll tell you how (538 points, 835 comments)
    2. How to run FB ads for any business: Comment your business and I'll tell you how - Rd 2 (211 points, 279 comments)
  60. 736 points, 1 submission: MyCleanMike
    1. How We Turned a $20k Website Into a $9M/year Business Without VC Funding (736 points, 190 comments)
  61. 733 points, 2 submissions: MeaningAZ
    1. How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie ; Animated Book Summary (426 points, 48 comments)
    2. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey; Animated Book Summary (307 points, 28 comments)
  62. 733 points, 1 submission: nik12795
    1. How I’m making $3,500+ per month selling dirt (733 points, 298 comments)
  63. 732 points, 3 submissions: Dudemanbro88
    1. Hanjin, one of the world's largest cargo shipping companies has filed for bankruptcy. Doing so has left sailors and cargo containers stranded at sea (cross post from /worldnews) (350 points, 114 comments)
    2. I made my first sale!!!!!! (332 points, 226 comments)
    3. I hit $10,000 in sales! (50 points, 93 comments)
  64. 732 points, 1 submission: Diirge
    1. I wrote an email to Entrepreneur.com. This kind of behavior shouldn't be allowed in our industry. (732 points, 262 comments)
  65. 713 points, 1 submission: AvonBarksdale_
    1. This Is Why I'm an Entrepreneur (713 points, 109 comments)
  66. 709 points, 1 submission: bullcitybro
    1. If you delete your post after receiving negative feedback... you weren't honestly looking for feedback. (709 points, 96 comments)
  67. 707 points, 1 submission: jwcooke
    1. I’ve sold more than $12M worth of online businesses while traveling the world - all from my laptop. AMA! (707 points, 478 comments)
  68. 706 points, 1 submission: granto
    1. I'm an ownepartner in two ecommerce business, two franchises, a SaaS company and just purchased a B2B service business. I know Shopify, drop shipping, Amazon, Alibaba, SEO, Facebook, PPC, affiliates and domain flipping. My eBook is called getting a cold reality check on being an entrepreneur. (706 points, 208 comments)
  69. 704 points, 1 submission: notasuglyasilook
    1. We should create an "Entrepreneur Toolkit." All of the links are great, but let's suggest a package that includes the best-of-the-best. (704 points, 78 comments)
  70. 704 points, 1 submission: wtfcowisown
    1. My patent was just granted. I'm looking to locate a manufacturer. Alibaba isn't working out. Help? (704 points, 211 comments)
  71. 690 points, 1 submission: dundas
    1. 6 things I did to generate over $150k in under 16 weeks. (690 points, 116 comments)
  72. 685 points, 1 submission: Professor_Tanaka
    1. 20y/o employee stole $2k-ish from us. Do we make him a felon? (685 points, 505 comments)
  73. 673 points, 6 submissions: timtamtimtam11
    1. Dropshipping Isn't Just Aliexpress! FAQ's from an AMA (244 points, 76 comments)
    2. The negative aspects of dropshipping NO ONE talks about (195 points, 66 comments)
    3. Dropshipping expert - I will answer every. single. question. (75 points, 275 comments)
    4. COMPLETE GUIDE: Running and scaling FB ads (58 points, 15 comments)
    5. ePacket expands to 30 countries! (57 points, 48 comments)
    6. How to analyse your competitors site (Beginner friendly) and learn your niche (44 points, 28 comments)
  74. 647 points, 3 submissions: DanielleHarrison1
    1. So, what did you learn from the worst boss you ever had? (259 points, 284 comments)
    2. The Worst Piece Of Advice You Were Ever Given (204 points, 380 comments)
    3. 20 reasons startups fail (184 points, 53 comments)
  75. 645 points, 1 submission: forWatermen
    1. My first entrepreneurial success story. Starting with NOTHING and turning it into $5k. (645 points, 83 comments)
  76. 639 points, 1 submission: joltzipper
    1. TAI LOPEZ IS A SCAM. My experience! (639 points, 360 comments)
  77. 620 points, 1 submission: TrappStick
    1. Affiliate Marketing Guide: How I Made Millions & My Advice On Getting Started. (620 points, 248 comments)
  78. 606 points, 1 submission: eels_no1
    1. A comment I found on an old askmen thread that I found very informative. (606 points, 73 comments)
  79. 604 points, 1 submission: europeentrepreneur
    1. My experience running Facebook ads and my cheat sheet on how to make them work for you. (604 points, 66 comments)
  80. 595 points, 3 submissions: jshogren10
    1. 1 Year Update on my $6,000 Website Investment (443 points, 192 comments)
    2. Website Flipping Case Study Part 2 - On the Road to Success (82 points, 32 comments)
    3. Skills Needed to Buy and Sell Websites Successfully (70 points, 25 comments)
  81. 593 points, 1 submission: coobs
    1. "YouTube's Secret Millionaires" -- there are a small group of channels making incredible money from kids aged 1-5 years old (593 points, 225 comments)
  82. 589 points, 2 submissions: ichapelle
    1. Growing a Business to $10,000/month from $400/month in 100 Days Using Just $1k (Day 1) (525 points, 209 comments)
    2. Explosive Growth: Creating $270,000 in Value in 100 Days Using Just $1K (Day 3) (64 points, 22 comments)
  83. 589 points, 1 submission: dschaefer
    1. My first business, a hookah lounge, is celebrating its 10th anniversary today. (589 points, 142 comments)
  84. 588 points, 2 submissions: TEEERIPPIT
    1. Lurker here, throwing wannabe "drop shippers" a bone (439 points, 148 comments)
    2. Know your Incoterms!! Incoterms explained. (149 points, 25 comments)
  85. 585 points, 1 submission: mihhovil
    1. How To Get $7.27 in Sales For Every $1 Invested in Facebook ads (585 points, 85 comments)
  86. 577 points, 3 submissions: thelazymillennial
    1. How to quickly tell if you're targeting the right Facebook audience (422 points, 51 comments)
    2. How To Find Your Perfect Facebook Ad Audience (108 points, 30 comments)
    3. If you run an e-commerce business, I want to know: what is your biggest problem? (47 points, 95 comments)
  87. 575 points, 1 submission: lithodomosvr
    1. 1 year, $900k in funding, PhD archaeologists creating historically accurate VR reconstructions of ancient sites. (575 points, 52 comments)
  88. 568 points, 1 submission: kpetar
    1. How I started an Amazon FBA business for about $500 (568 points, 152 comments)
  89. 565 points, 2 submissions: 2balls1cane
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    1. 1. Get Pokémon Go. 2. Find Pokestops. 3. Set up a selling stand. (565 points, 322 comments)
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    1. Lessons learned for how I actually started making money online. (560 points, 126 comments)
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    1. How I grew multiple clients' Instagram accounts from 0 to 5k+ Followers Each Organically in 2 Months (556 points, 124 comments)
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    1. A little rant about this sub. (550 points, 120 comments)
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    1. How we purchased the Snappa.com domain for $40,000 [Email screenshots included] (358 points, 197 comments)
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2017.05.16 20:54 Kluizenaer To the Europeans: How much the "Europe stories" are true?

Like over here and at askmen (which both seem to be pretty NA dominated subs) you often se Europeans say that "dating" is basicaly chiefly a North American idiosyncracy. Like the idea of "going on a date" with someone you don't actually know well to see if you are compatible and feelings could develop. A lot of Europeans say something along the lines of that most of their lovers were friends once and they grew together more or less without realizing it. Some Europeans also say that's not true at all (though a lot of them are UK and they say England is half way across the Atlantic in many aspects)
I've also noticed that a few Europeans here pop up say that "poly" works different in Europe and that people often don't even really use that word and rather than saying that they have multiple or open relationships they more so say they don't have a relationship but more so friends they have romantic feelings for or stuff like that. I've not see it as much as the whole "Dating doesn't exist in Europe" stuff on askmen but I've seen it a couple of times here; I wonder how much of it is true.
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2017.01.03 15:43 seveganrout i shouldn't even consider the bad omni arguments i know, but anyone know if any of the statistics here are based on facts?

Here Someone showed me this as their 'look how wrong you are' and I'm just wondering whether any of the stats are right (I realise their logic is wrong). I have low hopes for a website called 'askmen.com'.
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2016.10.14 00:49 G3nesis331 Just found out we're expecting!

So as the title says, me and my wife have just found out that she is pregnant. And I am halfway between freaking out and being excited. I'm typing this from my phone so apologies in advance or formatting.
We are both 24, have had our own house for a year and got married on May 4th this year, yes I love Star Wars but the date was a happy coincidence. Also we are from Wales, UK if that makes a difference.
Basically for the past 2 weeks she has been napping like its a sport, struggling to eat and having headaches. We are away on a caravan break this week and picked up some tests yesterday as she was a few days late on her period and it comes up as 2-3 weeks pregnant. I know this is very early, and I don't want to be rattling off to friends and family about it yet, but I guess as so many guys here are going/have gone through this is make a post! I found this sub through a comment while browsing over at askmen and thought it would be worth a shot to speak to you guys.
I'm hoping some of you could help me out with any advice you can give. I'm panicking and starting to freak about it all. My mother in law is with us on this break and so the wife showed her the test, however I'm nervous about telling my parents about our news as they have both made it very clear they expect us to wait until we are more financially stable. We both work 40+ hours a week, but due to the home purchase, fixing it up, wedding and life's expenses we are quite tight on money.
Any advice, insight and anecdotes are appreciated guys, as you can imagine I'm all over the place. I haven't the faintest idea of what we need to do doctohospital wise, what we should be buying in preparation for the arrival of our little one, what precautions we should be taking for her health, and everything else. It's so overwhelming, exciting and down right scary! Cheers all and sorry for the wall of text!
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2016.07.01 19:36 mattsquatch Batmanism Backlog

CHRONOLOGICAL

[Psychology] Life and Ideas of Machiavelli Documentary
[Mythology] Trailer for "Party Monster: the Shockumentary" - Profile of a Real-World Joker
[Philosophy] 15 Harvard Lectures on the Concept of Justice
[Survival] Basic Knife Safety Procedures
[Philosophy] "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu (Audiobook)
[Philosophy] 2-hour Lecture on Aristotle's Conception of Justice
[General] Documentary on the History of the Ninja
[General] Documentary on the Rigorous Training Traditions of the Shaolin Monks
[General] Escape Techniques From Magicians and Scammers
[General] How to Jump and Roll From a Moving Vehicle
[Fitness] Proper Push-up Technique
[General] How to Build Homemade Shuriken
[General] How to Appropriately Throw a Shuriken
[General] "Ninja: Shadow Warriors" Documentary
[Philosophy] The Governator's 6 Rules for Success
[Mythology] The Russian Intelligence Agency Appreciates a Familiar Animal Symbol
[Philosophy] Better Decision Making Through "Hunting Your Fear"
[Mythology] Trailer for "Con Artist" - Profile of a Real-World Riddler
[Philosophy] 10 Tips From Sufi Poet, Rumi
[Psychology] Hacking into Your Flow State, Pt. 1
[Psychology] Hacking into Your Flow State, Pt. 2
[Psychology] Hacking into Your Flow State, Pt. 3
[Psychology] Hour-long Documentary on Fear
[Mythology] Fan-Made Stained Glass Batman Window
[Mythology] "Batman Unmasked: Psychology of the Dark Knight" Documentary
[Psychology] Understanding and Controlling Your Inner Monologue
[General] How to Jump Between Two Moving Vehicles
[Psychology] Gain Perspective Through Considering the Past, Present, and Future
[Fitness] Proper Squatting Technique
[General] How to Leap from One Rooftop to Another
[General] Ancient Elite Fighters Documentary
[Philosophy] Some Words on Survival from Bear Grylls
[Combat] Defend Yourself From a Swinging Crowbar with Krav Maga
[Philosophy] Becoming "Anti-Fragile"
[Fitness] Get the Most Out of Naps
[Survival] How to Estimate the Amount of Remaining Daylight
[Philosophy] A Beginner's Guide to Meditation
[Fitness] The Art of the Cold Shower
[General] 3 Methods for Escaping from Zip Ties
[General] How to Operate a Manual Transmission
[Psychology] Learning from Failure
[General] Know Your Knots
[Psychology] Top 10 Regrets by Those at the End of Life
[Psychology] The Art of Basic Problem-Solving
[Fitness] How to Sleep Most Effectively
[Combat] How to Defend Yourself from a Swinging Chair with Krav Maga
[Psychology] Stay Excited About Your Daily Routines
[Philosophy] Quit Feeling Like You Need to Explain Your Insane Superheroing Antics
[Philosophy] The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
[Philosophy] 7 Key Beliefs You'll Need to Succeed
[General] How to Dial Internationally
[Survival] How to Treat a Gunshot Wound
[Philosophy] Capital Punishment: Our Duty or Our Doom?
[Survival] How to Survive a Hostage Situation
[Psychology] The Complex Relationship Between Motivation and Happiness
[General] The Basic Workings of an Internal Combustion Engine
[General] How to Move Like Ninja
[Psychology] Understanding and Avoiding the Fear of Failure
[Fitness] Pull-ups Vs. Chin-Ups
[General] Familiarize Yourself with the Different Kinds of Knife Blades and Their Uses
[Mythology] "...Devote yourself to an ideal..." - Batman Begins
[General] How to Escape from a Sinking Car
[Philosophy] A Brief Introduction to Stoicism
[Combat] How to Defend Yourself From a Knife Attack with Krav Maga
[General] Know Your Rights When it Comes to the Police
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Muscle Up
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Pop Vault
[Psychology] Motivational Strategies for Achieving Your Goal
[General] A Complete Guide to Home Fire Safety
[Combat] Firearm Basics: The Rifle
[General] How to Pick a Standard Key Lock
[Survival] How to Survive in the Open Sea
[General] The Right Way to Make a Torch in the Wild
[Mythology] A Popular Batmanist Phrase Tattooed on a Committed Batmanist
[Philosophy] Nerdosophy's Philosophy of Batman, Pt. 1
[Philosophy] Nerdosophy's Philosophy of Batman, Pt. 2
[Philosophy] Nerdosophy's Philosophy of Batman, Pt. 3
[Philosophy] Applying Schopenhauer to Christopher Nolan's Batman Films, Pt. 1
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Chest Pull
[Fitness] U.S. Military Rope-Climbing Techniques
[General] Some Things to Consider Before Building Your Own Batcave
[Survival] Be Familiar With the Minimalist Elegance of the P-38 Military Can-Opener
[Survival] How to Splint a Lower-Leg Fracture
[General] Preventing and Treating Blisters
[Philosophy] Raise the Pain Tolerance of Your Eyes With This Quote on Persistence
[General] Tips on the Tomahawk Throw
[Survival] Learn Compass-Free Navigation Techniques
[Psychology] Beating Burnout, Pt. 1
[Psychology] Beating Burnout, Pt. 2
[Survival] Some Tips to Increase Your Chances of Surviving a Plane Crash
[General] The Timeless Elegance of the Bow
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Roll
[Combat] Martial Arts Basics: Judo's Kosoto Gari Throw, Pt. 1
[Combat] Martial Arts Basics: Judo's Kosoto Gari Throw, Pt. 2
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Crawling
[General] Some Tips for Walking Upon Slick Ice
[Survival] Food and Water While Stranded at Sea
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Cat-Pass (Saut de Chaut)
[Survival] Choosing the Right Survival Knife
[General] How to Identify a Rip Current
[General] Controlling a Vehicle on Ice or Snow
[Philosophy] An Introduction to the Philosophy of Christopher Nolan's Batman Films
[Philosophy] The Social Philosophy of Christopher Nolan's Batman Films
[Survival] Fire-Starting Basics
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Rail-Mounting
[Philosophy] Applying Schopenhauer to Christopher Nolan's Batman Films, Pt. 2
[Survival] A 72-Hour Emergency Evacuation Survival Kit - What You'll Need in Your "Bug-Out Bag"
[Philosophy] Socio-Political Theories in "The Dark Knight"
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Rail-Walking
[General] How to Repair a Punctured Tire
[General] How to Accurately Gauge Distances by Sight
[General] How to Operate a Skid Loader
[Combat] A Series of Common Basic Self-Defense Techniques
[General] How to Pick a Padlock
[General] Real-World Signs of Drowning
[General] The Art of the Tactical Flashlight
[Combat] Firearm Basics: The Shotgun
[Survival] 6 Trees to Know and Use
[Combat] Firearm Basics: The Handgun
[Combat] Firearm Basics: A Breakdown of the Basic Components
[Mythology] A Famous Batmanist Saying, from Batman Begins
[General] Keeping Your Vehicle Clean
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Hand-Landing
[Mythology] Not Sure if Marxists Say This, But I'll Assume They Do
[Psychology] Mind Games and Feigning Confidence
[General] Some Tips for Identifying Different Asian Languages
[Combat] When and How to Snatch a Handgun from an Assailant
[Philosophy] Joker: The Dark Inquisitor
[Philosophy] Nietzsche Quote About Facing the Darkness Within Ourselves
[Philosophy] Bertrand Russell on Plato's Republic
[General] Learn Basic Knife-Throwing Technique
[Mythology] Some Inspiring Words on Personal Identity
[Combat] How to Perform a Punch Correctly
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Undershooting the Jump
[Survival] How to Make a Fire from Ice
[Combat] Use the "Warrior's Color Code" to Accurately Gauge Levels of Stress and Arousal
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Wall Run
[Survival] How to Make a Small-Game Hunting Gig
[Combat] Kimbo Slice and Michael Jai White Discuss Telegraphing Punches
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Climb-Up
[Survival] How to Build a Small-Game Survival Snare
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Wall Spin
[Survival] How to Survive Falling Through the Ice
[Mythology] A Meta-textual Analysis of "The Dark Knight"
[Survival] How to Respond to Having a Gun at Your Head
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Rolling Practice with a Partner
[General] How to Perform the Fireman's Carry
[Survival] A Run-Thru of Various Primitive Hunting Techniques
[Psychology] The S.M.A.R.T. Goal-Setting System
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Staggering Your Climb-Up
[General] How to Taser-Proof Your Wardrobe
[Mythology] The Batman's History with Guns
[Fitness] 100 No-Equipment Workouts
[Philosophy] Everything Burns: The Psychology and Philosophy of the Joker
[General] Advanced Zip Tie Escapes
[Survival] Swedish Fire-Making Technique
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Hand-Heel Climb-Up
[Survival] How to Recover from 5 Types of Dangerous Skids
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: The Speed Vault
[General] How to Jump-Start an Automobile
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Precision Jumping
[Philosophy] The Art of Failure
[General] Introduction to Misdirection by Pickpocket Apollo Robbins
[Survival] How to Stitch Your Own Wounds
[Combat] Punching Dynamics
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: Landing Drills
[Fitness] Introductory Parkour Technique: General Vaulting
[General] The 5 Things You Should Regularly Check in Your Automobile
[Mythology] The Heartwarming Real-World Origins of Batman's Latest Disciple
[General] Basic Handcuff Escapes
[Mythology] There is Something Out There in the Darkness
[General] Basic Handcuff Escapes Revisited
[Combat] 5 Common Mistakes Made in Street Fights
[Fitness] Hour-Long Discussion on "the Paleo Diet"
[General] Stealth: The Art of Deception Documentary
[Mythology] Brief Clip from Terry Gilliam's New Film "The Zero Theorem" Warns of a Future in Which Batmanism Goes Overboard
[General] An Introduction to Military Camouflage
[Mythology] Batman on Firearms Training
[Fitness] The U.S. Navy SEAL Exercise Regimen
[General] Expert Village Introductory Aviation Course
[Survival] How to Create a Quick and Strong Shelter from Coniferous Trees
[Mythology] Some Motivating Words from the Caped Crusader
[General] Learn How to Perform a Front Flip
[Psychology] A Psycho-neurological Basis for Crime (and Why it's Problematic)
[Fitness] Hero Training: The Purse Snatcher Workout
[Philosophy] Seneca, Stoicism, and the Shortness of Life
[Fitness] Why You Should Be Strength Training
[Psychology] How Circumstances Bring Out Both Monsters and Heroes in Everyday People
[Fitness] Hero Training: The Pulling to Safety Workout
[Philosophy] Attain an Unconquerable Mind Through Stoicism
[Combat] The Underestimated Power of Dodging
[Psychology] The Science and Spirituality Behind Post-traumatic Growth
[Philosophy] Observing Your Life Through the Hero's Journey in the Modern Age
[General] Learn How to Perform a Side Flip
[Mythology] Just a Few of the Qualities that we Admire about the Batman
[Combat] Martial Arts Basics: Muay Thai's General Clinching Techniques
[Philosophy] The 3 Disciplines of Stoicism
[General] Learn CPR in 3 Simple Steps
[Fitness] Hero Training: The Carry a Person to Safety Workout
[Survival] The 12 Most Basic Outdoor Survival Skills that Everyone Should Know
[Survival] 15 Tips for Surviving a Shark Attack (Without Shark Repellent Bat-Spray)
[Combat] Learn How to Take a Punch
[Psychology] Some Advice on Getting in "the Zone"
[Psychology] 10 Tips to Sharpen your Logical Thinking Skills
[Philosophy] How to Inspire Others
[General] Chinese Documentary on Traditional Shaolin Warrior Training
[Fitness] Hero Training: The Lift an Object off Someone in Distress Workout
[Philosophy] Why it Helps to be a Little Crazy when Trying to Change the World
[General] Learn Morse Code Easily
[Psychology] Hacking Emotions to Kickstart Motivation
[Mythology] The Beast Lurking Within us All
[Philosophy] Know What You Stand For
[Survival] How to Survive in Prison
[Fitness] Hero Training: The Leaping Ability Workout
[Combat] Learn to Increase Your Punching Power
[General] The Benefits of Meditation
[Psychology] 6 Ways to Achieve Long-Term Motivation
[Philosophy] Why Doesn't Batman Kill the Joker? - Excerpt from "Dark Knight of Soul"
[Combat] How to Control your Fear During a Fight
[Survival] How to Clean a Trout
[Fitness] Hero Training: Putting it all Together
[General] How Firemen Kick Down Doors
[Fitness] Strengthen Your Upper Body with Pull-Ups
[General] Crime Rates by City
[Fitness] What You Need to Learn Before You Start Lifting
[Philosophy] Should Batman Kill the Joker? Perspectives from Five Famous Philosophers
[Psychology] 5 Steps to Stop Procrastinating
[Survival] Build Survival Tools with Bamboo
[Survival] How to Boil Water with only a Plastic Bottle
[Fitness] Increase Your Strength with These Medicine Ball Exercises
[Mythology] A Diagnosis of Batman and His Rogues' Mental Disorders
[Philosophy] You Don't Have to be Superhuman to Chase your Dreams
[Psychology] Accessing the Flow State through Meditation
[Mythology] One Fan's Understanding of the Joker
[Survival] 52 Plants You Can Eat in the Wild
[Combat] How to Develop Your Reflexes
[Combat] Martial Arts Basics: Muay Thai's Flying Knee Attack
[Survival] 3 Effective and Efficient Methods to Control Bleeding
[Fitness] Various Materials on Military Inspired Workouts
[General] "Fight Quest" Takes on Southern India's Ancient Martial Art, Kalaripayattu
[General] How to Detect a Liar
[Combat] The Reality of Defending Against a Knife
[Philosophy] Bruce Lee's 7 Fundamentals for Getting your Life in Shape
[Psychology] Six Secrets of Self-Control
[Survival] Catching Fish Without Traditional Equipment
[Mythology] Scientific America Explores the Possibility of Being the Batman
[Fitness] A 15-Minute Morning Workout
[Combat] Police/Military Knife Disarm Training Video
[Psychology] A Short Animation About Increasing Self Control
[Combat] Introduction to Fighting Stance
[Survival] Escape & Evasion Vehicle Tactics
[Fitness] A Primer on MovNat
[General] Standardized Hand Signals for Close Ranged Engagement
[Fitness] The Fundamentals of Body Weight Strength Training
[Philosophy] Ego: The False Center (from "Beyond the Frontiers of the Mind" by Osho)
[Combat] Martial Arts Basics: Hapkido's Wrist Lock Techniques
[General] How to Spot a Hidden Handgun
[Psychology] Body Language Myths
[Fitness] An Introduction to Healthy Eating
[Psychology] How to Solve Problems Like Sherlock Holmes
[Fitness] The Colorado Experiment: 63 lbs of Muscle in 28 Days
[Fitness] How to Make Paleo Pizza
[Survival] The Cold Hard Facts of Freezing to Death
[Psychology] 8 Ways to Make Better Choices
[Psychology] Don't Let Your Brain Keep You From Achieving Your Goals
[General] Detecting Lies through Micro Expressions
[Fitness] Navy SEAL 8 Count Body Builder
[Survival] One Survivor Recounts his Experience of Being Stranded in Antarctica
[General] How to Disassemble an Uzi
[Fitness] Fixing Your Posture Pt. 1
[Mythology] Lack Motivation?
[Psychology] 10 Ways to Catch a Liar
[Philosophy] 16 Habits You Should Do Every Day
[Psychology] Roy Baumeister Lecture on Will Power
[Fitness] 10 Common Mistakes in Achieving Fitness Goals
[Mythology] Some Words for the Artists Among Us
[Fitness] A Body Weight Workout with a Familiar Theme
[Survival] 7 Quick and Easy Survival Lifehacks
[Combat] Basics of Disarming a Gunman
[Survival] How to Survive (Almost) Anything: 14 Survival Skills
[Psychology] Keep Them Out of Your Head: The Psychology of Fighting
[Combat] Grappling in a Street Fight
[Mythology] 75 Years of Inspiration
[Fitness] The Pre-Batman Workout
X [Philosophy] Stoicism and Self-Control
[Philosophy] Zen: Stop Thinking and See it Directly
[Mythology] Grant Morrison on the Diverse Interpretations of Batman
[Survival] How to Survive (Almost) Anything: Ultimate Survivors
[Fitness] Know Your Lifts: The Power Jerk & Split Jerk
[Mythology] Science Friction: How to Become Batman
[Combat] Men's Health Has 5 Tips for Winning Fights
[Philosophy] How Batman Made Me a Buddhist
[Philosophy] The Wrathful Bodhisattva Path of "Batman Begins"
[Mythology] The "From Buddha to Batman" Comic Con Panel
[Psychology] Intro to Logic: Abductive Reasoning
[Mythology] Batman, Buddhism, and Young Minds Warped by Comic Books
[Fitness] Top 35 Ways to Do Squats
[Philosophy] Some of the World's Greatest Quotes on Self Discipline
[Combat] U.S. Navy SEAL Fighting Tips
[Psychology] How to Build Self Discipline
[Survival] How to Survive a Bandit Crossfire
[Psychology] How to Remain Calm When Things Get Rough
[Mythology] "Batman Begins" - an Esoteric Analysis
[Fitness] Know Your Lifts: The Clean & Power Clean
[Philosophy] Hardcore Zen Discusses the Theater Shooting in Colorado
[General] Documentary on the Secret Malaysian Martial Art, Silat
[Psychology] For When You Need to Switch Off Your Brain
[Combat] Martial Arts Basics: Muay Thai's Round Kick
[Psychology] How Exercise Revs Up Your Brain
[Fitness] Ten Reasons You're Not Building Muscle
[Philosophy] When Fate Happens, Deal With It
[General] 2-Hour Documentary Covering the Life of Alexander the Great
[Survival] Some Tips for Certain Automotive Accidents
[Fitness] From Fat to Acrobat
[Psychology] Feats of Memory that Anyone Can Do
[Fitness] Know Your Lifts: The Deadlift
[Philosophy] 7 Habits for Success from the Navy SEALs
[Combat] Win a Fight Quickly (and Legally)
[Mythology] IGN Updates its Top 25 Batman Graphic Novels for the 75th Anniversary
[Psychology] Lessons From Sherlock Holmes: Mindful Decisions
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2016.04.26 19:16 jdquey I got tired of coming up with new article ideas. So I came up with "The Crystal Effect" to find 10 simple ways to create great content.

Whether I'm trying to write content for my personal blog or for clients, I find it's a pain in the butt to create great content on a topic until I've written a few articles on the subject.
To help me defeat writer's block, I came up with "The Crystal Effect."
My goal?
I want to have 10 ways to talk about the same topic. From there, I can start coming up with more ideas to write about.
Hope you find this as useful as I have...
10. Overhauls and Teardowns To Land Your Dream Client
Step 1: Find your dream client. Someone you think you’d love to work with, gets stuff done, mutually help each other grow, and pays well.
Step 2: Brainstorm EVERYTHING you think they can do to improve their business.
Step 3: Write the article, sell the farm.
Step 4: Publish the article.
Step 5: Send them the article.
You can do this by finding their email and sending a template like this:
Subject: NAME, just reviewed your business in my latest article
Hey NAME!
Just reviewed [THEIR BUSINESS] in my latest article.
In doing so, I discovered:
[Doing awesome thing will create a killer result]
[Removing this doohickey will lead to improving widget production by 20-45%]
Any interest if I send the article to you?
Cheers,
YOUR NAME
Don’t like that approach? You can try…
9. The Psychology Angle
What if you could help your readers by telling them the mental barriers they need to overcome to get the result they want?
Solve their problems and you'll win their hearts.
8. Sharing A Personal Story
Who are you… as a person? As a boss? As a mom?
Sharing who you are and why you are different than others sharing the same advice gives life and an unique voice to your content.
7. Learn to Pick a Fight (And Defend Yourself)
No, no, no. Please don’t bodyslam other writers. That wouldn’t be nice!
What I mean by picking a fight is this – Find a topic that most people agree on, then take the opposite position.
6. Poll The Audience
What if you sent an email to all of your readers and asked them what they’d like to know today?
It’s the best way to solve problems that people actually have.
Here’s an email script you can use:
Subject: NAME, what would you like to learn from me?
Hi NAME,
I’m in the process of brainstorming new articles to write about. As I want to write the best material that matters most to you, I’d thought I’d ask for your input:
What would be the most valuable thing you’d like to learn from me to help improve XYZ?
Thanks,
YOUR NAME
5. Become A Trusted Authority And Pull Apart The News
How do you write a news story?
Step 1: Google your industry and add “news add the end.
Step 2: Put the site URL into Buzzsumo
Step 3: Filter date by the results by last week
Step 4: Look at the most shared articles
Now you know what’s hot in the news and would be a great opportunity to write your stance on the news.
4. 12x The Reader’s Trust Through A Case Study
Consider this:
According to eConsultancy, moms doing product research trusted other consumers nearly 12 times more than those from the manufacturers (h/t to Angie Schottmuller for finding the killer research).
Instead of you proclaiming the truth of your latest gadget, others are sharing their transformation in a genuine way.
3. The Tactical Approach To Content Creation
With this type of content, you are looking give your readers specific tips that they can use immediately after reading the article.
A simple use of the tactical approach might be “10 Ways to Wear Ankle Boots With Jeans.”
Or, if you dig around, you could come up with “Bear Grylls Fitness Tips.”
2. Report on Key Research in the Field
Google words like “research shows” “study shows” and add the topic you want to learn more about.
1. Steal The Best To Beat The Competition
Still stuck?
Imitate the best ideas from your competitors.
If you find something that resonates with their readers, chances are high that it will work for your audience too.
My tool of choice to do this is Buzzsumo. Simply add a competitor URL and you are good to go.
If you found this helpful, here's the full article that gives more info - Using The Crystal Effect To Unlock New Content Ideas
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