Everyone hates omegas

A woman by the name of Alli Reed who apparently had a bit too much time on her hands recently decided to run a little thought experiment by testing the limits of betatude among male users of online dating services to the very limit- and beyond:
As a child of the Internet and confirmed weirdo, imagine my relief when they finally took that last bastion of in-person awkwardness -- dating -- to my laptop instead. I've been using one of the major dating sites, OkCupid, on and off for about five years now. While it has its perks, being a woman on a dating site means immersing yourself in a disgusting cesspool of exposed nerves, unfiltered testosterone, and daily propositions to engage in sex acts so horrifying, I hadn't even heard of them before, and I'm from the Internet. 
I got the feeling that a lot of men on that site would message literally any woman who had a profile, but the optimist in me wanted to believe that there was a limit. Maybe there was a woman so awful, so toxic, so irredeemably unlikeable that no one would message her, or if they did, at least they would realize they never, ever wanted to meet her. So I made the OkCupid profile of the Worst Woman on Earth, hoping to prove that there exists an online dating profile so loathsome that no man would message it. 
I did not accomplish my goal.
The results of her foray into the miserable depths of the omega mind were quite fascinating. They are also an object and sometimes painful lesson in the absolute necessity of possessing at least minimal game in today's sexual market place.

Witness this first set of interactions:

It doesn't matter how solipsistic this ersatz woman tries to be. Thirsty omega males will still pedestalise her- witness the cringe-worthy line above in which, when asked quite bluntly which part of her profile he liked best, the responder copped out by saying "everything". This sort of thing would be hilarious if it weren't also deeply depressing; you see it around you every day when you see gamma males supplicating to women.

But wait, it gets worse.

Next, Ms. Reed simply turned the snark up to 11 and responded as though she was the biggest ball-busting lunatic this side of a mob wife. The results were... scary.

Witness how the next responder completely fails every single test. That these are fake s*** tests is beside the point; the man practically reeks of desperation to get laid. Seeing this reminds me very strongly of one of Roosh's better recent articles, in which he points out:
For every girl that you reject for being unattractive or bitchy, there will be a line of men behind you trying to win her over. Every time you “punish” a girl by rejecting her after she displays bad behavior, she will not have to wait long until another man close to your value wants to give it his all for a chance at sex with her. Any uncomfortable feeling you give a woman will be quickly soothed by Tinder matches on her iPhone. We are currently in the middle of an epidemic of incredibly desperate men who will do anything to put their dicks into the most deplorable of vaginas.
This experiment, conducted by a woman, no less, could not be a clearer affirmation of Roosh's basic point. And it applies every bit as much to online interactions as it does to real-life ones.

The most important lesson to draw from this, however, is not that women hate omegas- we know that already. It is that everyone hates omegas. Try reading through the responses to Ms. Reed's fake profile and her counter-responses, and you'll find yourself cringing in squeamish shock, recoiling in horror, and shaking your head in disgust at the sheer desperation that oozes from the men who posted responses to her. Dating sites are most certainly geared to be of greatest advantage to women- this is neither surprising nor problematic, since women are, after all, the gatekeepers of sex. It is much more important to remember that not only will women not be attracted by the scent of desperation and loneliness- neither will anyone else.

Men and women respect strength- of character, of conviction, of body and mind, and of purpose. To be attractive to nominally attractive women, you have to start by being attractive to everyone else.

In other words, don't be anything like the losers who responded to what clearly should have been a massive red flag to any man with a basic sense of self-preservation.


  1. These guys are "irrationally confident." Gee...wouldn't actually make them budding Alphas? You know - "fake it until you make it."

  2. HaHa. I am an omega, and even I hate them. As you would know, being a super introvert means that social interactions are relegated to a "need to do" basis - and, one thing I have learned, you don't need to do a lot of things.

    Men simply need to get some self-respect.

    (P.S. Had problems with the comment section. There might be 2, 3 or 50 of the same comment. Sorry.)


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