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The Possibility of Sex: How Naïve and Lustful Men are Manipulated by Women Regularly (Audiobook version)

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There are a number of good women in society who would make any man a loving wife, a devoted long-term girlfriend, or an easy-to-get-along-with casual sex partner. Then there are other women in society who are only looking to take advantage of naive and sexually desperate men for their own egotistical and self-serving objectives. In his second audiobook release, The Possibili There are a number of good women in society who would make any man a loving wife, a devoted long-term girlfriend, or an easy-to-get-along-with casual sex partner. Then there are other women in society who are only looking to take advantage of naive and sexually desperate men for their own egotistical and self-serving objectives. In his second audiobook release, The Possibility of Sex: How Naive and Lustful Men are Manipulated by Women Regularly, book author Alan Roger Currie once again highlights the fact that when a man expresses his romantic or sexual desires, interests, and intentions to women in a very cautious, vague, ambiguous, or "beat-around-the-bush" manner, he potentially opens himself up to be misled and taken advantage of by women who are shrewd, savvy, highly experienced manipulators of men. In Part One of the audiobook, Currie discusses women he refers to as Timewasters, which are women who are willing to initially, temporarily, or even indefinitely give targeted men the misleading impression that they have some degree of genuine interest in sharing that man's company in a romantic or purely sexual manner, but in reality, these women seek nothing other than to be flattered, entertained, or spoiled with financial (and non-financial) "favors" and materialistic gifts. In Part Two of the audiobook, Currie describes in detail at least five types of "No Good Women" that he feels all men should totally avoid entering into any type of long-term romantic or sexual relationship with: Gold Diggers Man Thieves Drama Queens Misandrists Liars and Cheaters (Warning: Some chapters in this audiobook include explicit language)


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There are a number of good women in society who would make any man a loving wife, a devoted long-term girlfriend, or an easy-to-get-along-with casual sex partner. Then there are other women in society who are only looking to take advantage of naive and sexually desperate men for their own egotistical and self-serving objectives. In his second audiobook release, The Possibili There are a number of good women in society who would make any man a loving wife, a devoted long-term girlfriend, or an easy-to-get-along-with casual sex partner. Then there are other women in society who are only looking to take advantage of naive and sexually desperate men for their own egotistical and self-serving objectives. In his second audiobook release, The Possibility of Sex: How Naive and Lustful Men are Manipulated by Women Regularly, book author Alan Roger Currie once again highlights the fact that when a man expresses his romantic or sexual desires, interests, and intentions to women in a very cautious, vague, ambiguous, or "beat-around-the-bush" manner, he potentially opens himself up to be misled and taken advantage of by women who are shrewd, savvy, highly experienced manipulators of men. In Part One of the audiobook, Currie discusses women he refers to as Timewasters, which are women who are willing to initially, temporarily, or even indefinitely give targeted men the misleading impression that they have some degree of genuine interest in sharing that man's company in a romantic or purely sexual manner, but in reality, these women seek nothing other than to be flattered, entertained, or spoiled with financial (and non-financial) "favors" and materialistic gifts. In Part Two of the audiobook, Currie describes in detail at least five types of "No Good Women" that he feels all men should totally avoid entering into any type of long-term romantic or sexual relationship with: Gold Diggers Man Thieves Drama Queens Misandrists Liars and Cheaters (Warning: Some chapters in this audiobook include explicit language)

30 review for The Possibility of Sex: How Naïve and Lustful Men are Manipulated by Women Regularly (Audiobook version)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alan Currie

    I wrote the book!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    When I read this book, I wasn't certain if I would like it or not. But as I read the book I found it interesting. While the book is marketed toward men looking for sex, it is actually about relationships. How they work, and how you can handle difficult relationships. The author divides women into four different categories: reciprocators, rejecters, pretenders and timewasters. He describes the behavior of women in these categories, and at different points in my life, I have been in each of these When I read this book, I wasn't certain if I would like it or not. But as I read the book I found it interesting. While the book is marketed toward men looking for sex, it is actually about relationships. How they work, and how you can handle difficult relationships. The author divides women into four different categories: reciprocators, rejecters, pretenders and timewasters. He describes the behavior of women in these categories, and at different points in my life, I have been in each of these categories. The author provides the reader with ways to halt manipulative behavior. And he is very upfront that often times an individual complaining about how men are manipulated by members of the opposite sex have some responsibility in that manipulation. They allow it to happen. He provides practical advice on how to end some of this manipulative behavior. And the best advice of all is don’t put yourself in those situations. He encourages individuals who are having difficulty in their relationships not to go to members of the opposite sex for advice. This is the best advice that anyone specializing in relationships has offered to date. So many people end up in an affair after they simply started telling members of the opposite sex about the trouble in their relationships. It’s best just to avoid doing that. The author also encourages readers to be honest with others. And this can be difficult for some individuals to hear. I also like that encourages people to be honest with each other. That is often a mistake many individuals make in relationships. He points out that individuals often state that individuals say that they are fine with just being friends with an individual when they often are hoping that the relationship will evolve into something romantic. He points out women often use men to complete use some men they know are interested in them romantically to complete tasks and listen to them. He encourages the reader to end this relationship. And I believe this is good advice also. That person is being manipulated, and the only way to stop that manipulation is to end the relationship. What I didn’t like about this book was that I felt that the author encouraged individuals to look at people as a type instead of a person. He emphasizes how a certain person acts, and he doesn’t seem to take into account that people do change. And he doesn’t take into account that individuals make mistakes. Overall, this is a good book for individuals who have been in relationships where they have been manipulated. He provides concrete tips on ways to stop manipulative behavior. Like I said at the beginning of the review, this book is good for both men and women. It can provide insight into how others have acted, and it can provide insight into how you act in your own relationships. The author provided me with a copy of this book, but this does not reflect my opinion that this book can assist individuals with developing healthier relationships with members of the opposite sex.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brandon Noel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was much more a bigger eye opener than his previous book, Mode One. This one elaborated on the idea that women are highly manipulative and it a man's fault for falling victim of a manipulative woman. If he was being Mode One, which is straight forward and direct, then his expression would allow him to see right through manipulative women. Interesting book for men that spends wads of cash on girls only to get the possibility of sex. This book was much more a bigger eye opener than his previous book, Mode One. This one elaborated on the idea that women are highly manipulative and it a man's fault for falling victim of a manipulative woman. If he was being Mode One, which is straight forward and direct, then his expression would allow him to see right through manipulative women. Interesting book for men that spends wads of cash on girls only to get the possibility of sex.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mr.Bora

    As the Author and Narrator of this audiobook says in his introduction, there are dozens of books written by women for women that warn women about how men can be lying womanizers or that other men can become the spouse or boyfriend from Hell. What about books written by men for men that warn men of women that will cause them nothing but stress, regret, and wasted time and finances? Alan Roger Currie comes to the rescue with this audiobook! Currie does an excellent job of exposing those women out h As the Author and Narrator of this audiobook says in his introduction, there are dozens of books written by women for women that warn women about how men can be lying womanizers or that other men can become the spouse or boyfriend from Hell. What about books written by men for men that warn men of women that will cause them nothing but stress, regret, and wasted time and finances? Alan Roger Currie comes to the rescue with this audiobook! Currie does an excellent job of exposing those women out here who have no interest in being romantic or sexual with men, but they very much want men to give their ego a boost, entertain them, spend money on them, and listen to them for hours and hours while they whine about their various problems and frustrations with the wrong men who they chose to date or have sex with. Currie refers to these women in his audiobook as "Manipulative Timewasters." Currie argues in this audiobook that women use men for their platonic attention and companionship and monetary favors in the same way that many women will accuse men of using them for their sexual attention and companionship and willingness to please men in bed. This audiobook is one of the few of its kind you will find anywhere. Most men want to get women in bed so badly that they never stop to ask themselves, "Is this a quality woman that I am pursuing? Is this woman really worth my time? Is she really worth treating to a free dinner at a five star restaurant?" Currie also discusses five types of women that even if a man does end up having sex with, these women will do nothing but cause that man stress and regret in the long run (Gold Diggers, Wannabe Mistresses, Drama Queens, Misandrists, and Lying Cheaters & Adulterers). Women will hate this audiobook, but men will love it and listen to it repeatedly. Great listen for men.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Fabio

    Good buy Learned a lot about female psyche and dating. I feel more prepared when I have to face a manipulator again.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ali Akbar Zaidi

    A short book with alot of direct insights. Alittle biased about women and too straight forward and a book that many men will agree with. Almost all men must have met the types of women described in this book who take advantage of a man who wants to have a romantic or causal relationship. The book is simply written with basic english and is quiet short yet it conveys the idea clearly. A must read for men who feel manipulated. This book made me look for other writings by Alan. Recommended for men A short book with alot of direct insights. Alittle biased about women and too straight forward and a book that many men will agree with. Almost all men must have met the types of women described in this book who take advantage of a man who wants to have a romantic or causal relationship. The book is simply written with basic english and is quiet short yet it conveys the idea clearly. A must read for men who feel manipulated. This book made me look for other writings by Alan. Recommended for men only though!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Gustavo

    Nuevamente, un libro directo tal como el autor lo expresa. Muy realista con el comportamiento tanto femenino cómo el masculino. Dice las cosas cómo son, y me gustó la conclusión del final. Este y el Mode One son dos libros completos y directos, para los que quieren estar preparados y seguir adentrándose al mundo de las relaciones de pareja y sexuales.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Andres

    Legendary. This is a must read for young men and also women.

  9. 5 out of 5

    De Samuel

    Mediocre This book is a mix bag. Some good advice here and there but overall not on my top list of books for red pilled men. It is a good place to start if you totally unaware of female nature and manipulation. But much better books exist on the topic. Nonetheless I am very pleased that material like this exist to help men wisen up to the reality that women are not sugar and spice and everything nice like we were misled to believe.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Joe Langdale

    No evidence of anything he says, it seems very biased and as such very sexist too. Not very helpful for either gender or society in general.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Chi0

    As a woman, I really enjoyed to view things from a man's perspective. I agree on the fact that honesty in the long run is going to take any relationship out of manipulation and drama, and that both parties need to be straightforward. **Update after reading the second part of the book: there are no facts in the book, everything is anecdotal and the author displays very obvious signs of sexism, and doesn't explain to detail what could make long term relationships work As a woman, I really enjoyed to view things from a man's perspective. I agree on the fact that honesty in the long run is going to take any relationship out of manipulation and drama, and that both parties need to be straightforward. **Update after reading the second part of the book: there are no facts in the book, everything is anecdotal and the author displays very obvious signs of sexism, and doesn't explain to detail what could make long term relationships work

  12. 5 out of 5

    UrbanSmash

    This was the hardest book in the series for me to get through, namely because it was the painful truth that I needed, but did not want to hear. I persevered only because it's an important part of seduction education. Men are duped and seduced by a number of tricksters, but most often fellas are playing themselves. Go through this book like it's a dating health & safety course. Always wear your psychological protection and stear clear from the trap of the Possibility of Sex. This was the hardest book in the series for me to get through, namely because it was the painful truth that I needed, but did not want to hear. I persevered only because it's an important part of seduction education. Men are duped and seduced by a number of tricksters, but most often fellas are playing themselves. Go through this book like it's a dating health & safety course. Always wear your psychological protection and stear clear from the trap of the Possibility of Sex.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sergey

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marvin L.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Readit Book

  16. 4 out of 5

    piyush saraswat

  17. 5 out of 5

    John

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sunny

  19. 4 out of 5

    Vikram

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shaima Akter

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mercy

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mst Jibon

  23. 4 out of 5

    Erica Elise Johnson

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kaso

  25. 5 out of 5

    Milton Rocha

  26. 4 out of 5

    Garry Pierre

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jon Choivo

  28. 4 out of 5

    Anil Modi

  29. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Matamoros

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mercy

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