For the rest of this blog post, I will be using those definitions for “rape” and “sexual assault” in that article.
If you continue to read this blog post, it is assumed that you have read the linked article above and understand what my definition of rape and sexual assault is, and that I’m talking about said definition, not any other definition. I hereby disavow and repudiate, with every fiber of my being, the act of having sex with a woman who cannot consent, such as women who are very drunk or unconscious.
I do not teach any technique that comes even close to this description in any of my blogs or books. I hereby disavow and repudiate, with every fiber of my being, anyone who says rape (as defined in the above linked article) is acceptable, or acceptable under certain conditions.
(I’m not talking about having sex with a woman who’s had a drink or two.
That’s not rape, and that happens a million times a day all across the world.
Some of the techniques that were taught back then were silly and stupid, but there was no malice in anything that was taught or the messaging behind it. In the last three years or so, as I’ve already talked about several times before, this has radically shifted, which is both unfortunate and disturbing.
Some in the PUA community and manosphere, not all, but a few, have decided to defend rape (as defined by the linked article above) or promote techniques that are equivalent to sexual assault. Non-rapey dating skills are very important, and a necessary skill men need today.
On a personal note, it’s quite disappointing that I have to take the time to make a statement like this.