The Rational Male by Rollo TomassiThe Rational Male is a rational and pragmatic approach to intergender dynamics and the social and psychological underpinnings of intergender relations. The book is the compiled, ten-year core writing of author/blogger Rollo Tomassi from therationalmale.com.
Rollo Tomassi is one of the leading voices in the globally growing, male-focused online consortium known as the Manosphere. Outlined are the concepts of positive masculinity, the feminine imperative, plate theory, operative social conventions and the core psychological theory behind Game awareness and red pill ideology. Tomassi explains and outlines the principles of intergender social dynamics and foundational reasoning behind them.
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Cancel anytime. Building on the core works of The Rational Male , Preventive Medicine presents a poignant outline of the phases of maturity and the most commonly predictable experiences men can expect from women as they progress through various stages of life. Rational and pragmatic, the book explores the inter-gender and social dynamics of each stage of women's maturity and provides a practical understanding for men in dealing with women in those phases.
The Best Quotes From Rollo Tomassi’s ‘The Rational Male – Positive Masculinity’
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Rollo Tomassi has written three outstanding books and these are the best quotes from his 3rd one, The Rational Male — Positive Masculinity. As a result women either delay childbearing until ages that put them and any offspring at a health risk, or they simply forgo marriage altogether and birth a child with the foreknowledge that the father though maybe an adequate provisioner will never be a contender to quell her doubts of his Hypergamous suitability. Unfortunately, as things are structured, marriage will always be a cost-to-benefit losing proposition while women insist on making marriage a legalistic contract of male-only liabilities.
Candid account of how women respond to different things men do. I agree with parts of it, disagree with other parts. Instead, Tomassi writes, men should always have multiple sexual options available, and this is how to consistently maintain being attractive to women even through a monogamous relationship. One of the primary foundations of game awareness is basing your estimation of a woman based upon her actions and behaviors, rather than her words or implied pretense. This discussion was the catalyst for one of my waking realizations — despite all odds, people are to feel entitled to, or deserving of, an important love of their life. Emotional investment, personal, financial, even life-potential investments and sacrifices then follow in an effort to create a soulmate. In the absence absence of an ideal, one must be created from available resources.
It mixes some good advice and potentially eye opening content with some over-generalization and not-as-good advice. In short, oneitis refers to men who obsess over a single, specific woman. Oneitis relates more to chemical reactions and lacks of options than to beliefs. Tomassi says that power in a relationship goes to the individual who needs the other the least. My Note: There are many elements that determine power in a relationship, and who needs whom the most is indeed a key component. The danger is not aiming high, but aiming low and achieving it Click To Tweet.