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Pick Up Artist Site: Expect More Elliot Rodgers Unless Society Provides More Men With Sex

A popular site in the “pick-up artist community” has responded to last week’s Santa Barbara shootings by saying the lives could have been saved if Elliot Rodger had more “game” and similar attacks will continue unless society “gives men more sexual options.”

In an article on Return of Kings, “Roosh” writes that “six lives would have been saved if there was a societal mechanism to steer sexually frustrated males like Rodger into learning, self-improvement, game, and masculinity.”

He asserts that these values have been “attacked, disparaged, and even sought for eradication by the American media and blogosphere, men’s rights activists, “PUA haters,” and progressive organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center. All these groups are complicit for creating a cultural environment that allowed this massacre to occur.”

Later in his piece, he writes “until you give men like Rodger a way to have sex, either by encouraging them to learn game, seek out a Thai wife, or engage in legalized prostitution – three things that the American media and cultural elite venomously attack, it’s inevitable for another massacre to occur. Even game itself, as useful as it is on an individual level, is a band-aid fix upon a culture which has stopped rewarding nice guys while encouraging female whoring to benefit only the top 10% of alpha males, all in the name of societal progress.”

He concludes by lamenting over the “cultural pressure cooker where meaningful relationships have become sick, fractured, and unfulfilling compared to the time of our grandparents when traditional sex roles existed. Game may not have led Rodger to find his dream girl… but it would have given enough results to stop him from killing innocent individuals and himself.”

He finishes with “until you allow and encourage all men to get sex by some means, these massacres will be more commonplace as America’s cultural decline continues.”

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Igor Derysh is the Managing Editor of Latest. com and a syndicated columnist whose work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Herald, Baltimore Sun, and Orlando Sun Sentinel, and AOL News. His work has been criticized in even more publications. Follow him on Twitter @IgorDerysh