2 Weeks ago I uploaded a video called the 30 day challenge. The challenge was to do the following:

No Fap for 30 days
No Porn for 30 days
Approach at least 1 woman per day for 30 days.

If you’ve been following me for a while you’ll know that over the years I have had periods of wild success with women, lots of notches, quite a few very hot women , etc etc.

I was heavily involved in the Seduction industry for quite some time, so combine that with the success I had and I felt justified in producing and selling my book Primal Seduction and video product Secret Society.

But, we all go through bad periods and it’s it’s easy to slip into bad habits, especially when other areas of your life are not going as well. We’re not robots, so if you have to focus on other parts of your life (such as making money), then other areas can slip.

This is all a roundabout way of saying that I had my own reasons for doing the 30 day challenge myself, so I thought I would give an update on the effects that I have noticed.

The first is definitely an increased desire to actually approach women. I have let this slip recently (especially since I had a forced period where I had to return to the UK), and some crisis times with business, so it’s understandable. Of course, getting older is a factor, and to be frank with the experience I have now I’m overall prepared to make less effort than I would have done 10 or 15 years ago.

Nevertheless, as I’ve referenced in my previous video, if you’re a guy like me (a Sigma), who has moved a lot over the years and has no real established social circle…And you have high standards with women, cold approaching (or warm approaching, as per my method) is about the best way to meet women. Tinder, OK Cupid don’t really work for guys who want women above a certain threshold of beauty, except on very rare occasions.

As I said in my previous video, I’ve yet to meet anyone who is able to attract the same quality of women on Tinder or OKCupid as they are in real life. So I can tell you from my own personal experience, that stopping fapping and not watching porn has a rapid and measurable impact on increasing my desire to go out and meet women – even if you’re a very experienced guy in my situation.

If you’re a young whipper snapper who is “full of cum” as the experession goes, I can only imagine how horny it would make you. After a few days I can imagine a guy in his 20s trying to shag a bolt hole in a tree if he hasn’t been laid in the last week.

Bottom line : I definitely recommend stopping porn and fapping. Just give it a try. Anything that compels you to go out and approach women is a positive.

The second point I’d like to make is to just pause for a minute and think what porn actually is, what it involves. When you watch porn, you are basically watching another man have sex. In some ways it’s similar to cuckoldry. I only started to consider this recently, but this does not seem to me to be a very masculine thing to do, when you stop to think about it.

I guess it’s because porn is so widespread, so accepted that no one ever really thinks about the effects it has. So, I have done a little research into the effects of porn. Here’s a summary of what I have found:

– The general consensus is that for men viewing porn , the orignal fear when online porn first became available was that it would turn men into monstrous sex pests. Infact, the opposite appears to be true : the free availability of porn makes it harder for men to have real intimacy with a woman. It makes it more likley that a man will make less effort with a real life woman, and less interested in real actual sex. Real actual sex is seen as unnecessary.

Does that sound like something that you want to happen to you?

– NHS GP’s have noted a huge increase in men under 40 who report erectile dysfunction problems due to excessive porn consumption. Now this is taken from an article in June, 2018 :

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/health/huge-rise-in-young-men-who-seek-help-for-impotence-after-watching-web-porn-charity-finds-a3895881.html

Taken from the article :

“Doctors have seen a huge increase in cases of men under 40 who say they struggle to perform in bed after watching too much pornography , a charity said today.

The Reward Foundation, which studies sex and the internet, said more young men are seeking help from GPs after real-life experiences fail to meet heightened expectations which become necessary for arousal.

It said analysis of available research suggests porn use is blamed for about a third — 30 to 35 per cent — of impotence diagnoses in men aged 18-40 who seek help from their GP. This compares with between two and five per cent before the huge growth of high-speed streaming sites in the 2000s.

Mary Sharpe, chief executive of the Reward Foundation, said abundant addictive content pumps brains with a “junk food” version of natural sexual reward stimuli.

The foundation runs workshops for medical professionals, accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners, on the impact of porn addiction on physical and mental health. Mrs Sharpe said: “At the workshops, GPs tell us they have seen an increase in young men presenting with erectile dysfunction and low libido.

“Research is showing around even three hours a week of porn use can cause structural brain changes. But it’s only when their sexual function falters that it gets young men’s attention.

“This is causing huge trouble within relationships because you have men who can’t have an erection without porn because they’ve trained their brains to need that level of arousal. They’re acting out porn, or need to look at porn while they’re having sex.

“Some partners might go along with this a little bit but a lot of them don’t, or feel inadequate. No human being can provide the same level of artificial stimulation pornography can.

“Expectations are completely unrealistic of what girls want and what they’re willing to do.”

Latest figures from NHS Digital show there were nearly three million prescriptions for sildenafil — the medicinal name for Viagra — in 2016, almost three times more than a decade earlier.

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, chairwoman of the Royal College of GPs, said web porn “can normalise behaviour that is unrealistic or atypical of what constitutes a healthy sexual relationship … it can lead to feelings such as failure and self-doubt.”

Ms Sharpe cited nofap.com, which aims to help people quit porn addiction: “With support from sites such as nofap.com, the brain can heal itself. Compassion for women comes back, they’re not treating them like pieces of meat. Their natural energy also comes back.””

All of this is pretty illuminating to me, I never knew the problem was this widespread.

Without dissappearing into conspiracy theory territory, I’d just ask you to think who might benefit from problems like this, especially in Western Societies. Who might have an interest in men having less interest and breeding less with real life women? Who might want to subvert our societies in this way?

The more I look at the way that the world seems to be heading, the less I like it and the more I appreciate the old ways even more. There are clearly areas where we’ve made huge progress as a species. But whacking off to porn every night (or more than once a day), having trouble experiencing real intimacy with a woman isn’t one of them.

I can remember when I was growing up that online porn didn’t even exist. I clearly remember my first encounter with porn was sneaking into my dads bedroom when I was a kid and looking at the pictures in his book “The Joy Of Sex”. I didn’t even know what an orgasm was. The first time I had one I actually thought something was wrong with me! Embarassingly, I recall telling my dad about it and he just laughed and said “believe me son there is nothing wrong with you”.

There are other more worrying effects of porn too. I’ve read that porn seems to be very effective at carving deep and long lasting neural pathways in your brain. Here’s a brief overview of how it works:

“The ideal conditions for forming strong neuronal pathways are when you’re in what scientists call “flow.” Flow is “a deeply satisfying state of focused attention.” [12] When you’re in flow, you get so deep into what you’re doing that nothing else seems to matter. [13]

You’ve probably experienced it before, playing a game or having a conversation with friends or reading a great book (or in our case, chatting up a woman) You were so focused on what you were doing that you lost track of time, and everything around you disappeared. You wanted it to keep going forever. That’s flow.

When you’re in flow, it’s like you have superhuman abilities. Athletes call it being “in the zone,” when you seem to do everything right. Your focus is intense. Your memory is phenomenal. Years later, you’ll still recall exact words of the conversation or details of what you read.

Now imagine someone sitting in front of the computer at 3:00 in the morning, looking at porn. That person is so absorbed in his or her porn trance that nothing else can compete for the consumer’s attention, not even sleep. This person is in the ideal condition for forming neuronal pathways, and that’s what they are doing.

Clicking from page to page in search of the perfect image or video, not realizing that every image or video seen is reinforcing the pathways the consumer is forging in his or her brain. By now, those images are burned so deeply into their mind that they will remember them for a long time to come, maybe the entirety of their life.”

Now this excerpt from fightthenewdrug.org will hopefully prompt you to at least reconsider your porn habit. Even with an hours worth of research and my experience over the last 2 weeks, I’ve seen enough.

If you’ve listened to this video, I want to reinforce that you can take heart : the damaging effects I’ve outlined here can be undone if you just kick the habit.

So if you’re watching this and you haven’t tried to quit, I’d recommend that you try. As per the article I cited above, the natural desires do return , even with an old fart like me.I’m going through a spring clean of my life, my goals and my behaviours and I’m already feeling much better for it.

I can tell you guys that we are all complex beings, and everything works together in synergy. If you’re like me, you get unhappy when you know you are not operating at your peak. I’d recommend if this short presentation hasn’t convinced you , do your own research and decide for yourself. Or just think logically about it – is there any way that watching porn alone time and again, can possibly be good for you?

If this piques your interest and you want to quickly improve your ability to meet real life, non porn women, then do check out my book Primal Seduction and Secret Society.

I produced these high quality training materials without watching any porn whatsoever, and I didn’t fap either, ever, I promise. Many hot women were bedded and unharmed (physically or otherwise) in the production of these materials.

Until next time!