I've already mentioned in another post how I can't stand the logic behind my feminist class, but since there are presentations next month, I thought I could use this as an opportunity to expand my knowledge on pickup by infiltrating the female mind. However, there's a part of me that says how I shouldn't talk about the art of pickup and should, instead, opt for another topic of discussion.
Why I should talk about pickup:
• Discussing pickup with the girls will allow me access to their female intuition, thus making me identify their barriers, bitch shields, and other objections and problems and allowing me to overcome such obstacles.
• A small number of guys in the class will hear about pickup (a good thing because I could teach them a few things).
Why I shouldn't talk about pickup:
• Girls who've never heard of the pickup community will become exposed to it.
• A small number of guys in the class will hear about pickup (a bad thing because they could tell their friends, and their friends will tell their friends, etc., up to the point where pickup is well-known throughout campus).
The article I'm presenting to the class that'll coincide with my teachings (should it be allowed) is John Berger's "Ways of Seeing". He talks about the status of men, the appearance of women, and all that good stuff.
I didn't want to just talk about pickup to my feminist class without consulting the community first because of the risk factors. But if given the green-light, some topics I'll include in my presentation are:
• Mystery, Style, and other pickup artists that went from zero to alpha male.
• Openers (the "Can I buy you a drink?" opener women are so familiar with)
• Sex (do women assume a guy is talking to her just for the sex later?)
• Women's "equal rights" doesn't fall in the dating category, and society makes it unfair and harder on the guy's part.
• Other things I haven't thought about, yet.
So should I talk about pickup artistry in my feminist class?
"I've learned it's important not to limit yourself. You can do whatever you really love to do, no matter what it is." - Ryan Gosling