Why Brazilian Guys Don’t Need Game But You Do


Brazil is one of my favorite countries in the world. Not surprisingly it’s also one of my favorite countries to go out, meet and seduce women.

And when you do go out, you notice something interesting. What you notice is a display of excellent, confident and aggressive game from men. Then you notice the beautiful and stunning women who love to be seduced by these confident and aggressive men. It’s an ideal mating environment designed and perfected over the years thanks to the wonders of evolution.

I’ve said this before and I’ll say this again: Brazil is one of those rare countries where being aggressive and manly enables you to fuck beautiful women. Lots of beautiful women. Don’t try that (the aggressive part) in United States unless you have a really, really good lawyer.

Brazilian guys have great natural game. In fact, their game is so natural that they probably don’t even know that they have great, natural game; they probably have no idea what the word “game” really means.

First, let me begin by giving you a no-bullshit definition of the word “game.” Game is communication between a man and woman with the goal of fucking. That’s it. Now repeat that five times. The communication can be verbal, non-verbal, or a combination of the two. But that’s all it is — communication.

Smiling, flirting, innuendos, dirty jokes, subtle but purposeful touches, asking the girl out, trying to kiss her, all of that is communication with the goal of having sex.

On the other hand, a working/platonic relationship between a man and a woman is also communication but since the goal is not to fuck her brains out, it’s not game.

A man’s ability to seduce women is only part of the overall equation; what’s equally important is how the women react to his advances. And how the women react is driven mostly by the society they live in.

In Brazil, communication between men and women is what I call “pure.” Pure means men like women and women like men. Pure means the men are expected to pursue women by approaching and courting them. Pure means the women are choosers, eventually settling on the man whom they like.  Pure means women don’t play games for the sake of playing games (high-value women do play hard to get, though, which is absolutely normal).

It’s all pure because that’s how men and women are expected to behave biologically — as animal species that live and reproduce exactly like other animal species on this planet. Just like how the sun rises – and will always rise — in the east and sets in the west, the men and women have a certain predefined mating ritual. That mating ritual is practiced in Brazil.

While not all Brazilian men are smooth seducers, pretty much all Brazilian men are men. They all approach. They all get rejected. They all get laid.  On more than one occasion, on Rio de Janeiro’s beaches, I’ve seen young (teenagers) guys touch girls in ways that would be completely “inappropriate” in US.  Later in the night, in the clubs, the guys would get much more aggressive. So much that going out in Brazil is called “hunting” for a reason. The guys go out to hunt, and the girls go out “be hunted.”

And do the girls mind? Hardly — they love it. They love being desired, chased, and ultimately seduced. They love getting fucked their brains out. “Game” is, well, simple in Brazil. It’s simple but there’s a catch (there’s always a catch): all that’s required is for you to be a man.

Brazilian Women

But what is a man? Is a man someone who acts aggressive with the girls? That depends on your geographical location. In the US or Canada, being an aggressive sexual male would equate you to a “border-line rapist” or a misogynist. That’s done to shame you and discourage you from such — biologically ingrained — behavior.

So, if you’re a guy who’s stuck in a man-destroying place like Washington DC, San Francisco or Toronto (the number of such places is rapidly increasing), where you can’t be aggressive with women, and where the women don’t respond to an aggressive man, then what can you do? What options do you have? The answer is to go underground with your desires: become more aloof and more indirect, but not too aloof and indirect that you become her new platonic best friend.

You must alter how you communicate with women.

A popular method is to learn female psychology in order to “figure out” what creates attraction on a primal/subconscious level. Since learning female psychology in order to get laid is not automatically done by men, men must learn a new way to communicate. They must learn a new way to “game”. Or they must simply learn game.

The Western man must learn game because he simply can’t get laid using the – natural — techniques that work in Brazil and other (non-Western/feminist) countries. Western women don’t respond to that communication. They respond to other stimuli, and for a man to be successful with these women, he must learn the right ways to trigger those stimuli (attraction triggers).  Sadly, simply being born with a penis is no longer enough.

Except in Brazil.  A Brazilian guy can make his sexual intentions clear right from the beginning; he can keep pursuing the girl with direct and unapologetic intentions, getting more and more aggressive each time, and eventually winning her over.

An American guy needs to fly under the radar, be more and more aloof, more and more indirect, and more and more “politically correct” in order to not trigger her “he-is-a-creep” alarm.

So let’s recap:

American guy’s options:

  1. Scenario: Come on too strong/aggressive.
    Outcome: She calls you a creep and/or calls the police.
  2. Scenario: Come on too aloof/weak.
    Outcome: She puts you in the permanent friends-zone (LJBF).
  3. Scenario: Learn the psychology as to what women find attractive, then approach her indirectly, and with laser precision between being too aloof and being too aggressive.  Outcome: Possibly fuck the girl if you don’t screw up.

Brazilian guy’s options:

  1. Scenario: Confidently approach the girl.
    Outcome: Girl knows that you desire her. She can either let you continue seducing her or say No.

For Brazilian men, “game” is as simple as ordering pizza over the phone; he just needs to tell the girl what he wants.

Of course, not all Brazilian guys have great game. Not all of them are naturals.  Not all of them regularly get laid. But what separates Brazilian guys from American guys, is that pretty much all Brazilian guys are men. They are men in the sense is that they will approach and make moves on women, instead of believing in some fake “equality” between the sexes. All Brazilian men believe that women need to be fucked. And they’re right.

For American men, things are much, much more complicated because they need to know the right subconscious ways to trigger attraction in a woman without making her realize that she’s in danger of being fucked by the very same guy.

That’s not easy, which is why a different way to communicate was created in the US (and other Western/feminist countries). That’s called game.

The problem is that learning to communicate with Western women isn’t the same thing as actually being a real man, the same real man who’s cherished in non-Western countries.  And they’re many, many countries where simply being a man is all that’s needed in order to demolish the pussy of the country’s hottest women.  In fact, one of those countries is a large landmass in South America called Brazil.

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Joe Vegas June 27, 2013 - 9:18 am

Interesting viewpoint.

What about even Brazilian guys try to date American girls or other western women, do they need game then?

Maverick June 27, 2013 - 1:19 pm

That’s interesting because it depends whether B guy tries to seduce A girl in Brazil or in America. He has much better chances in Brazil for obvious reasons.

King of Prague June 27, 2013 - 9:30 am

Nice logical explanation of the cultural differences.

Gotta get to brazil and see this pure mating ritual for myself one day.

Denise August 3, 2015 - 4:51 pm

Hello Maverick,
I have talked with you before. You are right but been a Brazilian lady, who leaves in Tampa/FL for about 15 years now and married with an American man, I can assure you, the marriage life with American man is much more stable. Brazilian guys always cheating too much and there are a lot of competition between us women, they are all gorgeous and we need to keep it up to have our men with us or he goes to find another one more attractive then us. Unfortunately it is trued and sad. I ended up open an website to help my Brazilian friends to find a nice American man, it is 100% free and also the American ladies are welcome to meet Brazilian men as well. Please allow my post and I also have a video who explain better how to join the website if you dont mind to me post it here:

Thank you very much Maverick!

Steve November 21, 2015 - 2:12 am

What is your website

Brazilian dude June 27, 2013 - 9:41 am

As a Brazilian guy, you’re right my gringo friend.

Brazilian Red Neck guy July 8, 2016 - 10:38 am

As a Brazilian guy, you’re totally right my gringo friend.

Yet another Brazilian July 10, 2016 - 4:29 pm

As a Brazilian guy, you’re damn right, my gringo friend

Robert June 27, 2013 - 9:55 am

“Don’t try that (the aggressive part) in United States unless you have a really, really good lawyer.”

Haha. That made me chuckle. Good stuff.

Maverick June 27, 2013 - 1:18 pm

Yeah, I knew you’d like that….sad but true.

Paxton June 27, 2013 - 10:28 am

You hit the nail on the head! “Game is COMMUNICATION.”
Communication isn’t talking AT someone, it’s talking WITH someone. Imparting new information, developing that new nugget, escalating whatever the concept is that your speaking about. It’s being able to reasonably and logically advance your opinion (or goal) intended in order to agree with or pose a different take on something.
Here in Western culture, there are many outlets (TV and social media) that talk AT people, thus making others think that is ‘engagement’. It is not. Game can be also likened to chess; you see the over all board and you invoke your strategy to capture key pieces to win the game. You advance, feign, move back until you have the piece with no choice but to be captured.

Maverick June 27, 2013 - 1:22 pm

“It’s being able to reasonably and logically advance your opinion (or goal) intended in order to agree with or pose a different take on something.”

Exactly right. And that communication can have several goals in mind as you eloquently say. And, yes, game can be likened to chess because chess is also a form of communication, and so is war, etc. Just different type 🙂

Quintus Curtius June 27, 2013 - 11:04 am

Perceptive and sobering observations. Maverick is among the most well-traveled and observant manosphere commentator practicing today. When he talks, I listen.

Maverick June 27, 2013 - 1:17 pm

Thanks man 🙂

Quintus Curtius June 27, 2013 - 11:07 am

One other thing I forgot to mention in my last comment. One good thing about Brazil (or any other country that has a healthy sexual culture) is that when you’re there, you sort of rise to the occasion. In other words, being around people with good game brings out the best in your own game. Or at least I found it so with me. The converse is also true, unfortunately: being around uptight zombies and killjoys (i.e., America) deadens you. It’s like playing basketball with good players, or playing with bad ones.

Maverick June 27, 2013 - 1:17 pm

” In other words, being around people with good game brings out the best in your own game. ”

For me as well. Competing with Brazilian guys (which are non jealous and super friendly) is like the game olympics. You WILL get better the more you go out.

It sure changed me for the better.

Lu in Misery May 14, 2015 - 8:55 pm

On point. When I came to the US, I had strong innate game. I did pick up American girls left and right, but after ten years of BS and being a perennial jester for the “zombies” I am all burned out.

Dasm June 27, 2013 - 1:39 pm

Going out twice a week when I was in Rio, I started thinking about the huge culture differences between Brazil and Western Europe.

Let’s say that an average pretty carioca girl kisses at least 1, sometimes 3 or 4 guys on a party evening. By the time she’s 25 she must have kissed more than 100 guys. In my city it’s rather the exception to kiss on a night out. An average girl in Western Europe must have kissed around 15 guys when she becomes 25.

If we look at the average number of sex partners in a lifetime, the differences are smaller. Brazil has a score of 12, 5 compared with a country average of 8,2 according to a study conducted by Durex in the year 2000. http://www.durex.com/en-JP/SexualWellbeingSurvey/Documents/GLOBAL_REPORT_2000.pdf

So when I said to cariocas that it’s very-very easy to kiss a girl in Brazil, they often replied: “Yes but in Europe, if you kiss the girl it also means you have sex with her.” (which isn’t actually true)

Brazilians need and use less game. But I think that most Western men who go for a while to Brazil, will come back with improved game, due to the experience. You agree?

Maverick June 27, 2013 - 1:49 pm

Yeah, just because they kiss lots of guys doesn’t necessarily they drop their pants for lots of guys. It’s a unique culture.

“But I think that most Western men who go for a while to Brazil, will come back with improved game, due to the experience. You agree?”

Agreed 1000%

This might sound like a hyperbole but Brazil really changed my life. It awoke my inner animal when it comes to game. Spending time in Brazil was like going to a military boot camp for Navy Seals (in terms of game).

The problem is that you can’t really apply Brazilian game directly to, say, girls in America, Belgium, or Turkey. But having Brazilian experience under your belt let’s you know what’s possible and how to handle things it if an opportunity suddenly presents itself.

Brasileira3 February 4, 2016 - 7:30 pm

I understand when their is a mutual want for sex between man and woman, but in Brazil this hypersexualized culture does have some cons. Women are more often raped or sexually assaulted in these kinds of cultures. Not to mention how young girls grow up seeing themselves. While I agree with some of your cultural differences I think there are some serious negative aspects not mentioned. The relationships between men and women in most of South America are all very similar. I also believe Americans (Like yourself) tend to fetishize other cultures in this way. There are still plenty of difficulties (like the comment above how Brazilian men are not one for commitment coming from a woman from Brazil) women still seek these basic boundaries and respect. Rural poverty is also a big factor women of Brazil still want a man with wealth and money (Like American women) and being an American is more sought after for this reason. I don’t blame them. I guess the one great thing is that the games are left out and that itself is less of a headache. And when a man and women want nothing but a good fuck and get straight to the point then I’m all for it.

Johnny Bananas June 27, 2013 - 1:55 pm

“The problem is that learning to communicate with Western women isn’t the same thing as actually being a real man, the same real man who’s cherished in non-Western countries. And they’re many, many countries where simply being a man is all that’s needed in order to demolish the pussy of the country’s hottest women. In fact, one of those countries is a large landmass in South America called Brazil.”

That last paragraph caught my attention. Sounds like what you’re getting at is some sort of “parallel” cultures consisting of American game and how game works in other parts of the world.

Do you think it’s worth learning American game, or is it pretty much worthless overseas? Thoughts?

Maybe you can chat about this in your future posts.

Maverick June 28, 2013 - 1:06 pm

Yeah, there’s indeed different/parallel game. I will talk about that in the future posts.

Bond007 June 27, 2013 - 2:22 pm

“For American men, things are much, much more complicated because they need to know the right subconscious ways to trigger attraction in a woman without making her realize that she’s in danger of being fucked by the very same guy.”

Sounds like some kind of strange competition to see if the woman will be first to screw over the guy, or the guy fucks her first. Good I don’t live in America.

Maverick July 5, 2013 - 2:50 am

“Sounds like some kind of strange competition to see if the woman will be first to screw over the guy, or the guy fucks her first. ”

That’s all a by-product of our cutthroat capitalism.

Guilherme June 27, 2013 - 2:39 pm

Sorry being annoying, but as far as I know Brazil IS a western country, we have western culture, study western literature, the values are from the West, so we are Western! Specially high class brazilians.

Maverick June 27, 2013 - 3:06 pm

When I write “Western women/men,” I’m exclusively referring to women of North America and Western Europe (US, Canada, UK, Australia, Scandinavia, etc).

Guilherme June 28, 2013 - 5:55 pm

Oh… Brazilians = inferior beings, I get your point =)

Maverick June 29, 2013 - 1:51 pm

LOL, not sure where I said that 🙂

Come to New York and see the beauty of “Western” women for yourself. Or just stay in your paradise and enjoy your feminine women not (yet) spoiled by Western culture.

Guilherme July 5, 2013 - 12:56 am

LOL… Sorry i was just kidding…
Well I agree thats a lot of beautiful women here..
But I think you just have this overrated sight about the women because ur an american, for example, I find asian women a lot more attractive (not all of them sure, there are ugly and beautiful women everywhere).

Gabriel Medeiros Justino Lopes January 1, 2014 - 10:19 pm

Oh, and about Rio de Janeiro…Many people see it as our Las Vegas( not in a good meaning), so don´t take it as an example.

Nana Minetto August 22, 2016 - 1:33 am

Brazil is a western country. Period.

And gtfo with your entitlement. Women don’t have to look good for men when men themselves won’t do the same. American men are one of the ugliest eunuchs I have ever seen. Hairy, unhygienic, fat. Horrible sense of style, boring hairstyles, uncharming, sexist/homophobic and rude. Not masculine at all, but crude and entitled.

Richard Kaltenbach October 16, 2016 - 8:57 pm


Toronto??? Really?? Please! Give Me A Fucking Break!

More Involuntary Celibate Lonely Guy Female Rejects Like Myself In LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA Than Anywhere Else In The WORLD!!

Adriano Leonardo May 12, 2017 - 5:40 pm

Any other place is like here then?

Richard Kaltenbach October 16, 2016 - 9:11 pm




ana January 16, 2017 - 7:39 pm

I was thinking about that the whole time. I always thought that western meant living in the Western hemisphere. Last time I checked, Brazil and the US were both in that hemisphere… I’m Brazilian and always thought of myself as a Western woman.

the professor June 27, 2013 - 10:49 pm

This is true, I was in rio last weekend out with a brazilian buddy at a lapa nightclub and saw this play out. Average looking guy, but he would go up to a girl, whisper something in her ear, and they would be making out in 30 seconds. Apparently it’s normal there to kiss 3-4 girls a night at a party or a nightclub. Same guy told me that when he was in New York, his same “approach” was seen as aggressive and creepy, words he was never familiar with before. Spoken like a true caveman.

On the other hand, my western game worked well (though painfully slowly) with “westernized” educated bi-lingual global career oriented brazilian (or tourist) women. They liked the indirect, witty, intellectual, humorous approach, but they weren’t as attractive or feminine as their nightclub counterparts, with which my indirect western game was effective as the street panhandler on the way to work – everybody hears but nobody listens… or pays attention. The hot Brazilian girls wanted caveman game. Dead on eye contact, fearless approach, direct seduction. I think I need to spend some more time in brazil boot camp. To quote mav, game there is as natural as going to the beach. And I want to stay at the beach.

Maverick June 28, 2013 - 1:08 pm

Your observations are spot on.

I’ve had similar experiences: I used Western game on some spoiled French girl and aggressive/cave man game on Brazilian chicks.

Different culture, different game.

Bishop June 29, 2013 - 3:49 pm

In Jamaica people think you’re gay[and will say it to you] if you don’t approach women regularly/have sex with women regularly. It’s a pretty interesting dynamic visiting the states, people think you’re some major player just because you’re approaching and trying to have sex with women.

Maverick June 30, 2013 - 2:46 am

That’s an excellent point. I had a good Persian friend in Rio who would tell me that girls probably thought he was gay when girls smiled but he didn’t approach (he had a girlfriend back home and didn’t want to be disloyal).

To someone coming from a US background it sounded strange because — like you say — approaching is such a huge deal in US. It really isn’t in the rest of the world.

I assume Jamaica is probably very similar to Brazil, if not even more aggressive.

“people think you’re some major player just because you’re approaching and trying to have sex with women.”

HAH, very true.

Cidade de dues February 4, 2016 - 7:47 pm

Well considering that westernized relations is fairly new. I like to believe places where their is poverty and most likely people of color that this is how people used to interact before the whites came, concord and colonized. White society has deemed this behavior as “savage” and “uncivilized” since the dawn of the Victorian Era. When actuality it is a very happy way of living when you truly can enjoy yourself with the opposite sex.

William Rixon July 30, 2013 - 3:33 pm

You speak a lot about confidence and aggressiveness. What do these terms mean to you?

Giko September 11, 2013 - 2:13 am

Wow. I’m a brazilian guy and it’s true…
I never thought of “game” before. And the actual translation for “hunt” in your terms, would be “pegar” in the way of having it for you. “Possuir” or “to have by your command”.

Quite proud for being Brazilian. Heh.

Icaro Pires September 19, 2013 - 2:28 am

Have lived for 6 months in Canada. I am a brazillian and I finally understood why I was so unsuccessful in my “onslaught” on canadian women! hahaha

Kathy September 30, 2013 - 11:14 pm

I’m so glad I came across this great whole blog. I recently met a good looking Brazilian man at a night club a few months ago and he was very confident about his game. When he first mentioned the “game” I thought oooooo boy another player. Well of course any feisty Italian woman such as myself would think that. We’ll let me tell you the Brazilian game is way better than any American game I’ve ever encountered. He exuded sexuality, passion and a slightly subtle game that even the most uptight woman couldn’t resist. They have no shame in what they want and they know how to get it. They are taught in there country that sex is just a natural part of life and it definitely is needed to feel great. I will never forget what passionate wonderful nights we’ve shared with his beautiful dark skin and his oh so great “game”. They are definitely lovers;)

Jorge September 17, 2015 - 6:23 pm

Hey, it seems to me I know you, or maybe it’s just a coincidence. Hahaha.
A few years ago I meet an Italian woman in a night club here in Rio. I aproach her the same way I was used to aproach Brazilians. And I had the best sex of my life with her, but after that I just saw her again the day she was going back to Milano, we just had some kisses that night. But after 6 year I’m still remember her as the best sex in life. We had real chemistry. And she wasn’t my first nor the last foreign woman, but the only Italian.
It’s true what the blogger says, our game is natural, but didn’t helped me in Finland. Have been there twice and and just catch 2 Finnish, I was much lucky with Russians than Finnish.

Richard October 6, 2013 - 4:35 am

Dude no new info. for me, I live and was born & raised in Phoenix, Az and have been around Mexicans all my life. I’m black but mixed and I guess I’m considered good looking but just giving so background info. Latin women love to fuck and women in general & if you are aggressive with them you will have a better chance than being non-aggressive. These women are just women, no matter how good they look or what background they come from (rich/poor). You can scalp them all if you can just get over the fact that these women are just as shallow as any other women. Women are all being corrupted with online dating, fb, and shit like that, reality tv, example (Protagonistas). The Latin women love novelas but are 20 years behind the real western world IMHO. Every woman wants to get fucked, that is just a no brainer, even if they don’t want to admit it.

Kathy October 8, 2013 - 1:26 pm

Richard this whole blog is about brazillian sand their gAme to get women not Mexicans so I think you we’re mislead in this. While all women love to fuck we also still like being respected much more. For most women past a certain age fucking I’d just a fuck and we just want more and are much wiser. I take it you’re young. Btw the corruption of the online dating is what you make of it. Depends on how you use it.

Richard October 6, 2013 - 4:37 am

some not so

Jerry October 11, 2013 - 10:53 am

Spent 3 months in Brazil but away from the bigger cities. The same thing played out in each city / town I was in. Walking around minding my biz and get a cutie staring at me. The 1st time I thought it was weird since women in the states when caught staring at you look quickly the other way to avoid direct eye contact. Not so with these Brazilian babes. They made eye contact with you and it was a stare down contest. I was walking around the business section of Itabuna, a small city in Salvador, and saw a very cute girl staring at me. She was standing in front of a small storefront and would not take her eyes off of me. I thought there was something wrong with the way I was dressed or she was just looking at someone else behind me. I looked back at her 3 times when I realized it was me she was staring at the same way I would hungrily stare at a woman like a predator here in the states. I was like WTF !!! on the inside is this shit really happening ??? Now I am no Brad Pitt but I am also not the elephant man and am Colombian / American born and raised in NYC have been told I am easy on the eyes so I just did an about face and went straight to her. She was smiling and extremely receptive. The sexuality oozed from her body and her mouth. The eye contact was unreal and very sexually arousing and she was very touchy feely. Needless to say The make out sessions were incredible and the eventual sex was equally so. Those 3 months in Brazil opened my dormant masculinity and my game exploded. In Brazil if you are not holding her hand in the 1st 5 minutes she thinks 1. She is ugly and ur not attracted to her or 2. You are gay. In the US I am Clark Kent but in Brazil I was Superman.nuff said !!!

Juliana October 12, 2013 - 10:54 pm

Im from Rio, and what you said is complety right, im scaried with you! How can you know this all? and is something i didnt have noticed, just after you saying 😀 I have used to live in europe for a while and what i most have seen from relations and friendships between men and women is that woman is woman, man is man. Brazilian guys and girls treat all as same, like everyone is people too, but when man is interesting of some he wants be best of all man around her, wants be The man. In europe, there is a difference of treating. Just for talk normaly with a guy they he gets with shinning eyes and insecure faces. They look like ” oh God and now, what i do? what i say? she is looking at me, why she is smilling? god, god!” Only guys i could feel me interesting were men much older than me, about 35 years old ( i have 22). In Brasil, men show more safety about what are doing, and more romantic too cause of latin blood maybe. of course there are shy boys but the point is brazilian girls love to be seduced, really, love to feel desired and see man is making all he can to stay with her, we love it! brasilian relationships have too much jealous from girls. even girl is so fucking beautiful and boy a stupid. European couples are like 2 friends with benefts in my eyes.

Anna October 27, 2013 - 1:56 pm


Im a blond European girl who had a one night stand with a Brazilian a few weeks ago.
Actually I knew this guy earlier from the University but we were not so close friends. He came here to study for a short time.

I saw him so cute. Im really not that one night stand kind of girl, but I liked him. He seemed smiley, calm young gentleman.
All I want to say is I was very shocked… When we arrived home he became very agressive. I told him he hurts me, but he was very selfish and didn’t stop himself. I was afraid that if I want to go home he will do somethnig, but finally I decided to say him to stop. I told him how selfish he is and agressive, hurtful. He become a bit softer, but not as a general intelligent European.
I had a Spanish boyfriend earlier so I know what is the difference between passionate and agressive!

So damn.. people.. what the hell is going with you?
Even is you.. but we are not animals!

julio November 10, 2013 - 8:51 am

I posted this on another topic , repeating here…
I am brazilian , and here when you hit 30 yo if you are an average guy (not VERY ugly, dumb or fat) you will have had sex with 100 to 200 girls. The same goes for girls….
But I had been in Russia and Ukraine 3 times and in the average you have sex there with more beautiful girls than in Brazil, and for a foreigner I think Ukraine is easier than Brazil. In Brazil you have to be very determined, if you want to have sex with a girl the best way is to be kissing her no longer than 15 minutes after you meet, girls are used to that. During Carnaval for example a brazilian guy will french kiss 10 to 20 girls in one night, you don’t even talk , just look at her and kiss…
And just to clarify to Anna above, the kind of guy you described (aggressive) is not acceptable by brazilian girls also, bad people exist in every country…

Mariana November 11, 2013 - 4:06 am

This is just not overall ridiculous because it’s unfortunately true. But being Brazilian is not an excuse to being aggressive. Being in Brazil is NOT an excuse to being aggressive. Girls DO get offended. Girls DO get annoyed and I can say that as a Brazilian girl. To be aggressive is not a way to win us over. For me and most of my friends, a guy that insists too much only get a ‘fuck off’ and that’s pretty much it. We are not savages and we have self respect so please, stop giving people the wrong idea, for fuck’s sake.

Jane November 22, 2013 - 8:18 pm

Yeah, and once that passionate aggressive male marries you, the craziness starts. Sure, great for one night stands but forget maturity, friendship and understanding. Losers, playing a game they can’t sustain. Cry and live off their parents. I saw men approach Women aggressively in Brazil. The women tolerated it but sure as heck didn’t look like 19 year olds liked groping 40 year olds. Women like sex but need a real man to keep their interest. Also noticed a lot of divorces in Brazil, think that’s for a reason. Don’t get me wrong saw a lot of women pretending with men to get their money too so that can work too. Nothing wrong with a man approaching a woman at all but if your playing a game. That’s cos you’ve got something to hide.

Muni December 29, 2013 - 8:23 pm

Alright while I’m sure that everything you wrote about the game of Brazilian men is true I don’t think that ALL of the women in brazil love the super aggressive attitude of the men. My main problem with your statements is how you said that in brazil men are “real men” and that “women need to be fucked”. You and men like you are the reason that there is still gender inequality. I’m not saying that men should lower their sex drives or pretend they don’t have one bc it’s natural and healthy to an extent. But men should understand that women should be allowed to have equal levels of sex drives and be able to approach men as men approach women without being called a slut or whore or being seen as emasculating the guy. You shouldn’t be considered a “real man” because you are aggressively courting a women and women shouldn’t have to wait for a man to approach them to feel desired. The only reason men approach women more often and not vice versa is bc women are taught to suppress their sexual desires and that the man is suppose to court the women. If this were not the case both men and women be more sexually satisfied AND there would be equality (which their should be).

Fernando January 4, 2014 - 11:06 am

Sou brasileiro e morei no Canada. Pude pegar garotas lá e vi que os canadenses são FRACOS e nada HOMENS. Desculpe-me mas tive que fazer meu trabalho como Brazilian Man. lol

I am Brazilian and I lived in Canada. I could get girls there and saw that Canadians are WEAK MEN and nothing. Excuse me but I had to do my job as Brazilian Man lol

James January 7, 2014 - 1:44 am

1st time i been on this site and I already love it thanks to this article. honestly would love to visit Brazil because i prefer to be straight up and honest with my goal other than playing westernized games (Random, my best friend is Brazilian)

Charles January 7, 2014 - 1:53 am

Maverick, I couldn’t agree with you more. The most natural, passionate hook up I’ve ever had was with a Brazilian. She ruined me for American women. Lets hope the un-natural, feminist agenda from the States, never makes it’s way to Brazil-Great work Mav!

Nana Minetto August 22, 2016 - 1:44 am

And you probably ruined her fr American men, as you guys are some of the worst men ever, both to the eyes and in bed. Haha, poor girl.

There is nothing un-natural about respecting women. Brazilian women WILL get their well deserving respect soon enough.

Richard Kaltenbach October 16, 2016 - 9:26 pm

@Nana Mineto, STUPID FEMINIST BITCH! Just STFU Already, You Creep! You And Women Like You Make Me SICK And NAUTIOUS!!

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Priyank January 13, 2014 - 7:26 pm

Maverick, have you been to India? Do you consider their “eve teasing” to be game or sexual harasement?

Jonathan Roseland February 4, 2015 - 11:45 am

I lived in Colombia for 2 years and I think Colombian guys have pretty weak game actually…
One night I was out with a few girls, one of them was your typical Colombiana barbie doll; really pretty face, bleach blond hair and huge fake tits that her low cut top gave everyone a great view of… I had danced with her a couple of times already and was talking to someone else at the table. As a catchy reggaetton song came on a very good looking Colombian guy approached our table, he didn’t really ask her dance but instead just gestured for her to get up and led her to the dancefloor. Everything about him was Alpha. As I watched them out of the corner of my eye intimately dancing perreo (doggystyle bump’n grind) I thought: he could have her. Then the song ended, they exchanged maybe 3 words and she left him to sit back down with us.
He never asked her to stay and dance another song, didn’t attempt conversation, didn’t offer a drink, didn’t ask her digits and he didn’t even reapproach even though he was sitting just a few tables from us, doing nothing but talking shit to his buddy and drinking aquardiente.
This is quintessential Colombian guy game; very natural yet very lazy.
Your article is saying that Brazilians are equally natural but more persistent and pragmatic….
*Yes, I definitely followed up with the Colombiana barbie; made some statements of intent, tried to seperare her from her amiga and finally got her number at the end of the night. I ran some text game, invited her out a few times but she proved to be just another flaky Colombiana.

Everson Araujo February 28, 2015 - 6:02 pm

I see you based your observation on brazilians only watching people from Rio de Janeiro, I must say you can’t analyze brazilians by the people from Rio because they’re different than 99,99% of the other brazilians. You should travel a little bit more across Brazil to understand us better. Usually brazilan men are not aggressive like the ones from Rio are, and Brazilian women mostly reject this type of men.

Author Alan Roger Currie March 28, 2015 - 8:05 pm

You’re essentially saying that most, if not all Brazilian men exhibit “Mode One” Behavior. Not sure if “all” do. But a good read nonetheless.

DaysOfGame_com March 28, 2015 - 8:58 pm

Cool piece, man.

“So, if you’re a guy who’s stuck in a man-destroying place like Washington DC, San Francisco or Toronto (the number of such places is rapidly increasing), >>>where you can’t be aggressive with women, and where the women don’t respond to an aggressive man<<<…"

While I am going to assume what you say about Brazil is true (I've never been), I'll disagree about the idea that "western women" don't respond to being an "aggressive man." Yes, there are many more legal risks, but within reason, being direct and straightfwd works… has always worked… and will work in the future, even in the US.

On the *surface* (some) western women reject traditional masculinity (in large part because of feminism). True true. In practice… all women are the same. Deep down. So while an American girl will "shit test" you more (sometimes), she still responds to traditional masculinity. Of course she does.

As a daygamer… I go direct, cold approach, on the street, all the time. And these girls light up! They are responding to the direct approach (which isn't aggressive, I don't "grab" girls, but is far from indirect and calculating).

I think guys in the US are just lazy about getting over the hurdles of being "a man," and want that indirect "laser" shit (which you do a great job of describing), in large part because they won't put themselves on the line and be direct. If they did, they would see massive gains in their "game."

I also see sooooooo many guys that are running to foreign countries, instead of mastering the game where they live (which will always be their greatest opportunity).

Lu in Misery May 14, 2015 - 8:51 pm

LMAO! The “get a lawyer” part made me spit my coffee on my computer.

Christy May 18, 2015 - 4:30 pm

You sure have a chip on your shoulder against Western women haha. Sorry, but I think we really just prefer a more sophisticated attraction, as oppose to this “Animal” creepy stuff you’re advocating for. As a American women who has lived in Brazil, I can say for certain that I’m not a huge fan of the way Brazilian men go about things. I don’t really mind being approached, but most times if you want the guy to go away, “no” won’t do and you literally need to be rude and tell the guy off, which I don’t like doing (I am polite). Also, telling them I had a boyfriend and wasn’t interested (which are both true) almost never worked, which I was a little taken aback by. It didn’t help that I am quite foreign looking there (tall, blonde, blue eyes…) so they could spot me from a mile away. If a Brazilian man wanted to pursue a Western women, I would suggest being less aggressive. The author of this article is right in that we are much harder to get with than Brazilian women, but I think we are loving partners and totally worth it (not that Brazilian women aren’t, I am sure they are wonderful too ^_^).

Tommy May 31, 2015 - 10:26 pm

Thanks for this thought provoking article. I used to live in East Asia so while the people are different I can understand this on a certain level. Feminism is way out of bounds in most developed countries.

Exotica June 23, 2015 - 3:03 pm

American women, especially in the big cities on the east coast, are a much colder species than their warmer Brazilian counterparts. This is coming from a man that’s dated Americans (white, black, hispanic) and dated Brazilians of similar socio-economic status (college educated with a high-paying job). Brazilian women, in my experience, are much more in tune with their sexuality than their American counterparts. In my experience with American women, they’ve been more or less shamed for expressing their sexuality, and as a man, I’ve had to spend time coaxing and encouraging women to be sexual with me. To teach them that it’s not BAD to sexually express themselves. Of course not all American women are chaste, but it’s an issue I’ve run into. Brazilian women on the other hand tend not to have this limitation in the sense that once they like you and are comfortable with how you treat them then they much more readily express themselves.

And the problem from the perspective of a man is this: women that hide their sexuality and need coaxing to be more sexually exciting are NOT NEARLY AS EXCITING to be around compared to women that are more FREE with their sexuality. Brazilians are also in my experience much more emotionally expressive and not afraid to say how they feel and what they’re thinking/experiencing in the moment. They give you good emotional feedback, and that makes interactions with them run more smoothly. Alot of Americans on the other hand are passion-less creatures, stuck in their heads and insecure, don’t or won’t talk about how they truly feel and act as if they are incapable of loving. Some like to play the “i like you less than you like me” game and mask their real feelings behind vague statements and mixed signals…and somehow men are just supposed to “get the hint.” It’s not awe-inspiring to be around these kinds of women.

After dating Brazilian women, it’s hard to see American women in the same light ever again, from the perspective of dating. I think it’s awesome that women these days have opportunities to earn amazing degrees in college, have economic accomplishments and high earning potential, live in great neighborhoods drive nice cars, travel around the world, and have other material wealth. But what good is all of that if when you’re with her she doesn’t make you feel excited, charmed, amazing, and special? That’s not to say that a man shouldn’t be a “MAN” in the relationship and make sure he brings all of that and more to the table too. Relationships are about the good feelings…they’re what incentivizes you to come back for more!!

There’s more to life than being the best and baddest cutthroat competitor at work. I pride feminism with the economic opportunities that women now have, but feminism doesn’t exactly teach women how to seduce men, how to charm men, how to be WARM and emotionally expressive with men, how to make a man feel special. In fact, alot of feminists think men are the enemy! But that kind of ‘us vs them’ mentality has no place in a relationship, a relationship is supposed to be about ‘us.’ So while feminism has its merits, it also has some work to do on the seduction front.

All in all, if you’re used to American women, definitely recommend finding and seducing an amazing Brazilian woman…it will change your life.

Lin July 21, 2016 - 3:33 pm

This is a great point my friend. I am a woman and I definitely agree. Is not about woman versus men. Sex is about fusion and relationships are about love and sharing. While I think equality should be prevalent as an individual point of view (no matter your race or gender you should be able to be what you want to be), identifying men as the enemy or women as the enemy is not good for anybody probably imo. I don’t want to be forced to cut my hair short and be dressed in bland clothes to be “equal” in rights to men. And vice versa. Men should be allowed to be sensitive or rough depending on their individual truth. Same for women. And society shouldn’t judge them for being who they are as long as they are not messing the good of the community.

Maisha August 4, 2015 - 2:56 pm

I understand but in our place we’re taught in a way…not to show emotion. Some of us have to be careful because see some women open up and then after you’ve done something just so they don’t feel pain they shut everything down and replace it with the brain. Feminists at times aren’t really helping they spread this nonsense into the minds of little girls( I know my stuff just trust me) it’s like some of the songs we are supposedly made to be a butterfly ‘pretty to look at but hard to catch’. Get what I’m writing? In a way we have been brainwashed if you will to become emotionless. In ways I was also taught not to show emotion because I found compassion sometimes was confused with weakness. Now a days it’s more of smarts Vs emotion.

People think it’s just a normal thing. It’s NOT! In a way we females are trained to be a type of “soldier”. You become a whore or slut if you walk up to a guy to flirt. It’s more of he has to chase after you…I don’t understand some Feminists because they use songs and young girls of this generation don’t understand in full picture.

Paulo Ferrara August 28, 2015 - 6:05 pm

U forgot to say that to be confident in Brazil and catch the good and pretty girls you must to be a really opened pocket…haha

Paulo Ferrara August 28, 2015 - 6:11 pm

forget about 100 dollars in a night… in a city like Rio to catch up with a really hot girl..u going to spend about 250 dollars paying drinks hotel taxi and something else.

Paulo Ferrara August 28, 2015 - 6:11 pm

and maybe the girl do not fuck with you just to see more money coming from you. wake up gringos..

John October 23, 2015 - 8:32 am

Well, every comment about woman’s been easy in Brazil are coming from.foreigners and specially about Rio and northeast cities of Brazil. Tell you what: first, those are just part of Brazil, and it’s small part. I’m Brazilian, and travelled around my country for years. Rio and the Northeast are areas that has more “easy” girls, period. It’s not the same in south, or center east. And as foreigner you always have some “advantage”. Girls (also men) are attracted by the exotic, different. I’ve been travelled around the world, and think it’s easier to laid in USA and Europe, compared when I’m at my country. Of course, you need to adapt the “game”, but far from be aggressive, doesn’t matter where you are, confidence and “be a man” it’s what really matter. This bullshit about be aggressive only works with sluty chicks. You can be confident and seductive without being disrespectful or unpolited. All of my Brazilian friends loves live in Europe and specially in Scandinavian countries coz they say the chicks loves the Brazilian way… so I can see a pattern: locals like foreigners and that is the real big difference when you guys are here or we are in your countries… have this in mind…

James Maverick October 23, 2015 - 10:55 am

Great feedback, Obrigado John!

Pedro November 11, 2015 - 8:42 am

Maverick, I’m a brazilian and I so very well in my country, but now I’m living in the U.S and I’m not doing well. Sometimes I even think there’s a little bit of prejudice coming from the girls. What does work in the U.S?

B. November 17, 2015 - 8:04 pm

Well i’m brazilian and i’d love to know what brazil are you talking about.

Dave December 4, 2015 - 9:52 am

with that way you will just sleep with favelas girls and whores…a decent girl and a decent man will never do that! but unfortunately thats ture for half o brazilains…pity theyre so lost, high sexualize country….which is not good, cheating is common, hard to find a couple from the 70s,80s,90s who hasnt suffered with cheating. people suffer with that behavior,

James Maverick January 25, 2016 - 4:07 am

Dave, you sound like a white knight, “saving” girls from male “aggression” left and right. Maybe you deserve a medal for your “heroism.”

Zorro January 4, 2016 - 11:00 am

“They love getting fucked their brains out.”

s/b “They love getting their brains fucked out.”

James Maverick January 14, 2016 - 8:54 am

Thanks Zorro.

Polishgirl January 7, 2016 - 3:52 pm

Oh, I swear I would kick such guys ass till next week. I can’t imagine accepting guy approaching me and acting all this in order to fuck me. That’s animalistic and shallow. In Poland he would walk around with a red cheek from getting slapped at his every attempt to hit on girl.

James Maverick January 25, 2016 - 4:06 am

You sound very angry. Maybe it’s a sign of deeper psychological problems.

Li July 21, 2016 - 3:38 pm

Maybe is just her culture that is different from yours. You value “aggression” and one night stands. She values marriage or a more serious commitment. I think judging another for not agreeing with your values also show some psychological problems lol

Nana Minetto August 22, 2016 - 1:53 am

That’s what happens in Brazil as well. Most Brazilian women don’t accept that kind of aggressive bullshit. The only difference is that in here it’s much more sexist, so we have less ways to fight those men off.

That James dude is either delusional or a liar. Either way, he’s a sexist eunuch who deserves no respect.

Smith January 9, 2016 - 4:51 pm

I’ve lived in Brazil for 2 years and this seems about right

Felipe January 19, 2016 - 1:30 pm

Maverick, I’m brazilian and study game for a long time. What really stuck in my head was the fact that everytime I saw a so-called PUA Master working I had like a real life reference of someone who could pull the same “trick” naturally – even myself. I grew up going to micaretas and kissing more than 10 girls in one night and seeing friends doing even more so. From my experience, in my teens, if you were not a guy who could kiss lots of girls you would be mocked and ostracized, and be called a pega-ninguém – a guy who can’t get a girl. However, it was not everyone who are like this, or every time (I passed long periods of time without being able to attract girls, that’s why I went to study game), but it was something that everyone would expect of you, even if you are not a model-looking guy. I went to Europe some times and were really surprised to see that just a few guys have the guts to approach girls. The clubs and the parties were like full of guys just speaking with themselves. Not a brazilian reality, even though in my opinion, brazilians – most of the time – don’t even know why they have game, while europeans are more conscious of what they are doing – when they do have game.

James Maverick January 19, 2016 - 3:47 pm

This is a great comment. Thanks for sharing your experience, Felipe.

david January 29, 2016 - 6:38 pm

It’s like american women prefer to be alone and ruin the game for everybody. I read a statistic saying Americans have less sex than any other country beside Japan. I believe it. The only way I can meet enough girls to have 2 dates a month is by being super aggressive and seizing every single opportunity. If I’m not called annoying or creepy once per week, I’m not being aggressive enough. 90% of girls who give me numbers flake out after a few days. I just have to go for the immediate close, and that means a lot of awkward shut downs lol.

I think a Brazilian dude would still clean up here at bars in the states . He’d just have to overlook getting called “creep,” being kicked out of clubs, or getting drinks dumped on him. The occasional solid home run makes it all worth it.

What the Brazilian won’t get, is the slow day game that women are starting to prefer here. Facebook friends first, then instagram. If you’re not famous and handsome online, or you don’t have tons of cool friends, you may not here from her again.

Axl March 26, 2016 - 1:59 am

I’m Brazilian and I live in Rio..
I gotta be real honest here.. Its easier for gringos to hook up with carioca girls, if they have game of course and the decent amount of money..
They like fresh meat.. As I do prefer european girls over cariocas..
Most of the girls here are stuck up and gold diggers.
If you show up in a camaro, you aint gotta do shit.
You just point at the girl and thats it, simple as that.
And yes, I thought it was relatively easy to pick up women when I was in the US..

João Pedro April 1, 2016 - 3:27 pm

Jesus man, that’s so stupid! Our women do not like aggressive “manly” guys. This is due mainly to the sexist culture we’re inserted. I’m brazilian, and what you said is not our reality. Brazil is a country of beautiful, strong independent women, and very passionate people in general. Our girls like guys with ATTITUDE and SELF-CONFIDENCE, it’s different. Try to be aggressive in intent to fuck a girl and you get yourself a slap on the face or a jail. Brazilian women are not prostitutes.

J July 21, 2016 - 3:39 pm


Anon February 10, 2020 - 10:27 pm

I think this writer needs to see a priest or pastor who can exorcise demons out of him because it feels like he is being possessed by the devil as to why his attitude is negative towards women and other people in general and one day, he could eventually rape or murder a woman or girl for approaching him and striking a conversation with him since females are not human to him.

Jesus loves me February 12, 2020 - 12:36 pm

I hear that even Brazilian men hate it when foreign male tourists throw themselves at their wives and girlfriends just like here in America, you know how possessive and territorial Brazilian and American men are of their women, especially with gun-wielding American men from the Southeast and Middle America. Most men can never be sane when other men throw themselves at their wife or girlfriend and/or rapes them in which they can get framed. Meeting and dating foreign women is dangerous for men because a lot of them are usually married or married off to men who live in their country and their husbands can lash out at them. The author clearly does not have any respect for other men. Anyone like him glorifies dating married, engaged, and involved women and disrespects their sane, mentally healthy, stable husband, fiance, or boyfriend who treats them as equal.

Hnah May 28, 2016 - 10:24 pm

I need to make a point that you missed when it comes to the Brazilian man.
You are missing a female perspective as to why these men are truly so seductive, so much more than North American men.
Brazilian men are authentically masculine, it is not coming from a misogynistic vibe.
It is genuine male aggression, aggression can know boundaries. Those boundaries are almost an intuitive communication between the woman and man, Brazilians are very good at reading this and know exactly where to push.
They are awake in a way, they can read women.
Not just Brazilian women, trust me.
They know when and how to push and they do it with all their being, they don’t hesitate, they push hard, it is so sexy it’s beyond words to describe it.
Not only are they extremely masculine, they ouze an artistic gentleness.
They sing, play, laugh, and love so deeply they are the men to throw rocks at your window and scream I love you.
The most masculine, aggressive, testosterone fueled sexual men have also been the most passionate genuine romantics I have ever had the pleasure to experience.
It’s not a surprise what culture they’re from.
All that passion makes sense for it to be able to pour into other areas, not just sex.
And even if you are there for a hard amazing fuck, it is attractive when a man is so wild and free that he can be strong enough to be anything he chooses.
He is not bound by the fears of political correctness, he is not afraid of his emotions, (Brazilian men are Very sensitive behind the closed doors of a sexual romance, even the most aggressive ones, something I’ve unfortunately never seen in fairly vanilla western men, there just seems to not be enough passion on either sex or love, they just don’t know how to dominate without getting misogynistic)he does honor women’s boundaries through his masculine intuition, and he pushes for what he wants with all his passion, whether that be sex or love.
To the ladies: Please go to Brazil.

Queenofeagles March 9, 2017 - 12:41 am

I love what you said. I’ve met a Brazilian man, and after only one encounter, there was something totally different. His kiss was so passionate, but he didn’t push or aggress beyond that. Calm, masculine, I feel, inviting my sexuality to come and play.
Feels like an awakening of something I never get to express.. not since I was young and learned it would be harmful to me (to express sexual excitement, or excitement or emotion at all for a man).
I felt so feminine. I felt like a girl again, giddy and excited–and it was okay for me to be this way. He asked me if I grew up on a farm (maybe thinking that I was not the typical city girl he’d met?). XD
But, regarding all these comments, it’s been the US culture that has taught me to reject my own femininity. To show weakness or be made someone else’s fool, seems to be the main cause for concern in dating.
I’ve only ever had one guy who expressed sexaulity freely and also loved it from me.. never critcized me or made me feel worried about expressing want. He was white and grew up in a small town up north.
Just the thought of anything remotely close to that, has me on my hands and knees. And, I think this is going to be even better!!! I can’t wait for our second date.

Rafael November 23, 2016 - 1:01 am

I think you have it right, man, we are quite lucky here in Brazil! I’m a brazilian man, living in Rio, between Ipanema and Copacabana. I have some foreign girlfriends, one being from Germany, one from Portugal and two from Japan. I date other brazilian girls too, never the same ones. And my mother still lives with me… Ladies, come to Brazil, come to Rio! Meet me!

feminist killjoy December 20, 2016 - 5:40 pm

your toxic masculinity is showing bro
honestly I am in awe of what a fucking caveman you sound like
how are people like you alive in this day and age?
every word of this article made my insides burn with anger because it’s people like you that give straight white guys a bad name
and the worst part is that you’re all so high on your own arrogance that you can’t take your heads out of your asses for one second to see that men and women are *equal* having a penis doesn’t give you any right to this kind of mindset
that’s what annoys the fuck out of me about the straights- these kinds of relationship dynamics are archaic and unhealthy
haven’t you ever heard of treating a partner as an equal? the point of a relationship is to help each other out and become a team
and if you want hookups or whatever, that’s fine and dandy, but not with this nauseating sense of entitlement
also, the whole “man and woman is natural” thing is grossly heteronormative
you’re gross in general
I hope you have some kind of earth shattering realization of what an asshole you are someday

Lucky Brazilian Man December 20, 2016 - 5:49 pm

Good stuff! As a brazilian man I can say that in fact that’s how it works in nightclubs and party environments in Brazil. Don’t expect to approach and kiss women in a supermarket though, it’s gonna be weird even here, just to make it clear lol

I gotta say it’s interesting when things that you normally do is analysed as a cultural thing by people who has another cultural background. After studying in Ireland for nearly an year I totally agree that the mating ritual in Brazil is much simpler than in other western countries. If you’re interested in a girl, you approach her, and she does expect you to do it, otherwise she assumes you’re either not interested at all or you are too shy/coward to go for her. And when I say she expects you to go for her I really mean that, because whe absolutely won’t go for you (actually, she will hardly start a conversation), even if she is actually into you – in that case she will make you notice that you stand a chance at least. That’s why brazilian men become “agressive”, because they learn that’s the only way to get laid as women WILL NEVER make that move – but yeah, if you do it, they are more likely to accept it (and faster!) than european or american women for instance, and it’s not gonna be weird, not in the slighest.

On the other hand, during my time in Europe I got surprised that european – and some american – girls were ok about making the first move: starting a conversation, flerting or staring me, in other words, “acting like a man” from the viewpoint of a Brazilian (as I said, in Brazil it’s a man’s duty to start the action). Actually, in a nightclub in Dublin, the first and only time I went “agressive” with an american girl it worked pretty well LOL maybe because she was out of her country and more open to different experiences, who knows.

I also found European guys less interested in girls compared to Brazilians – they don’t try to get girls like Brazilian guys do, they don’t talk about girls as often as Brazilian guys do, therefore they are not so judged or praised for their ability in getting girls. Actually, after kissing three girls in the same night, an American and a French friends were making fun of me, WTF! In Brazil I would be praised for that hahaha

If you wanna improve your approach and mating skills, Brazil is the right place, not because it’s too easy to get hot women (remember that competition for sex is in a higher level in Brazil), but rather because you know they expect and want to be hunted, and the only thing they require from you is a good performance – so you just learn how to do it for the sake of your pleasure!

Jane December 29, 2016 - 11:02 am

“Sadly, simply being born with a penis is no longer enough.”
News flash buddo, it never was. Genitals don’t entitle you to jack shit. Your gender doesn’t make you special- you make yourself special. Or in your case, you make yourself a whiny pissbaby and act like women are less than you. I bet you’re secretly real insecure. Masculinity is a fragile, fragile thing. And gender roles are outdated. I’m sure this terrifies you, so you built this blog as a last stand, to try and perpetuate these dying ways of thinking and turn masculinity into something violent and aggressive.
You’re not a hero or an inspiration. You’re an insecure asshole hiding behind a screen.

Caio January 20, 2017 - 3:41 am

All true, once I had sex AT the nightclub, another time there was this girl dancing alone, I started to dance behind her with my hands in her waist, she just turned to me and kissed me without even look at my eyes, I pushed her agaisnt the wall and we made out right there, I never asked her name, and I’m a looser here, I just need to get a little bit drunk and go out to the right places to hunt, even alone, bit the con is: cheating is a huge culture here, and these girls you hunt at the nightclubs are all almost without a brain, it’s not impossible, but it’s really hard to find some interesting, fun, smart girl to have a good conversation or to get into a comitment

Queenofeagles March 6, 2017 - 10:42 pm

Great article.


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