I'm now on the sub chapter called "The Invisible Man"
Q. Who is the invisible man?
A. Any man the predatory female has
deemed to be of no further use. Although
she'll go to extremes pleasing and cultivating a
man when she's in the acquisitive mode, she
views him as untouchable once his purpose is
served. He totally ceases to exist in every way.
He becomes a nonperson and is fair game for
the carrion birds of society.
Q. How can the male fall so low in her
A. He never achieved any other status. He
is commonly misled through his failure to
grasp the predatory nature of the female. He
may have been a victim of the chameleon syndrome.
Indeed, one of the biggest stumbling
blocks for men, especially those reared by
women, is the understanding that no woman
will ever love them, particularly in the manner
Q. Why do you say that?
A. A woman's love is like a hand powered
grinding wheel. If you pump furiously and
wind it up, she will do the job, make noise,
even throw off sparks. She will respond, but
only respond. The minute you release the
handle . . . she begins winding down. She can
only respond in a temporary manner. That's
why an adult female will rarely call you or initiate
anything. They are only constructed to
Q. And the invisible man?
A. He is not allowed to crank the handle.
Once the charade is over, and that day comes
for every man, the female has no feeling, no
remorse, no conscience, and no empathy for
the discarded male. He becomes the invisible
I'm now on the sub chapter called "Mutual Exclusion"
Q. What is the rule of mutual exclusion?
A. One of the few safeguards nature has
provided for those dealing with predatory
females, the rule states: The more you like
her, the less she'll like you, and vice versa.
Although often unappreciated, nature is trying
to warn those who see this rule in action.
The more interest you show in a female, the
less interesting you are to her. Conversely, a
commitment to one will kindle the interest of
others. This is because, like in the Garden of
Eden, the female always wants what is denied
I'm now on a sub chapter called "Natural Talent"
Q. Do you see the predatory female as an
A. When the circumstances dictate, a predatory
female is capable of astounding theatrics.
She can cry at will, appear emotionally devastated,
throw temper tantrums, laugh, smile,
charm the onlookers, rise up indignantly, take
you into her confidence, become seductive,
turn icy, or assume any role she deems appropriate.
The talent comes involuntarily with
the chameleon syndrome, but is always at her