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When talking about dating and relationship techniques, I will sometimes refer to those who are “beginners,” those who are at an “intermediate” level of skill, and those who are “advanced.” I’ve received some questions about this, and about how I’ve never clarified what these terms actually mean.It’s only fair that if I use these terms, I should be more specific about their definitions.I’m sure other dating experts / PUA gurus will have definitions for these three terms that may look different from mine, and that’s fine.I’m just here to tell you what these three terms mean to me when I happen to use them in my writings.The Beginner The beginner is obviously the guy who is just starting out.At one extreme, you’ve got guys who are literally virgins and who are terrified of talking to women.
The challenge is either with what you’re doing, the type of women you’re approaching, or both.One notch above these guys are extroverted virgins who’ve never had sex, but have lots of female friends and have never learned how to get out of friend zone.At the other end of the spectrum, you’ve got beginners who’ve had sex with a few women, perhaps five or six, or maybe even ten if they’re older, but have no actual skill enabling them to go out into the world and pull new women into their sex life with any predictable reliability.In examining my system, I found that perhaps making out with a woman on an online first date wasn’t a good idea, so I tested not kissing a woman at all on a first date, and instead saving that for the second date where I intended to have sex. I only had this problem with some women; other women had sex with me on the second date with no problem at all.Reviewing my spreadsheets at the time, I was shocked to see that something like 95% of these ASD women were age 33 or over. Could something as simple as age make that big of a difference? I stopped messaging all women online who are age 33 or above, and holy shit, my lay ratios .