Younger Girls are Easier?

Interesting post from London PUA Steve Jabba (mate of our old friend Krauser PUA) :

http://www.authenticpua.com/blog/younger-girls-17-20-are-easier-than-20-girls/

I had actually been thinking of writing a post on this subject for a while, and as I don’t post anymore, it’s nice that a ‘master PUA’ has written it for me. I’ll just add a couple of brief points. As Jabba explains, teenage girls don’t really know their sexual market value yet. And this is what the age of consent amounts to as far as teenagers are concerned. Or rather, this is the only possible justification for a high age of consent, at least in terms of the hazy notion of ‘informed consent’. And don’t worry, I’m not endorsing the feminist aoc here, because it’s a nonsense Sexual Trade Union rationale, and only holds true if all women are prostitutes and all sex acts are economic transactions in which the female is considered to be raped (sexually robbed) if she has not obtained maximum reward for opening her legs. And even here I doubt very much that the feminists would be worried about the individual teenage girl ‘underselling’ herself, but rather their only concern would be with the broader effect on the price of sex if young girls are giving it away too cheaply. In other words ‘informed consent’ means being informed enough to be a responsible member of the pussy cartel – a whore who knows her price and who wont undercut other women.

And as far as PUA is concerned, in my own aspie way I’ve found it very much true that 16 year old girls are easier than 26 year olds. That comes with a huge caveat of course. Young girls are brainwashed by feminism to see older guys as disgusting, to only seek friendships let alone relationships or hookups with their peers, and to see a 30+ year old guy who approaches them as ‘creepy’ at best. So the rejection rate is higher, and the blowouts more brutal. But astonishingly enough, it does appear that it is easier to get that rare beautiful ‘yes girl’ from the younger age bracket.

Wolf-whistling to be treated as ‘hate crime’ by UK police.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/jul/13/nottinghamshire-police-count-wolf-whistling-hate-crime

Uninvited sexual advances and unwanted verbal contact with a woman, including catcalling or wolf-whistling in the street, are to be recorded as a hate crimes in a new effort to tackle sexist abuse.

Nottinghamshire police has expanded its categories of hate crime to include misogynistic incidents, characterised as behaviour targeted towards a victim simply because they are a woman.

This means incidents ranging from street harassment to unwanted physical approaches can be reported to and investigated by the police, and support put in place for victims.

The force is the first in the country to adopt the separate misogyny hate crime category, and has provided specific training to selected officers in the past three months.
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Commenting on the new procedures, introduced in partnership with Nottingham Women’s Centre, Ch Con Sue Fish said: “I’m delighted that we are leading the way towards tackling misogyny in all its forms.