Critics say it condones rape and promotes gender based violence.
In one passage, the author appears to confess committing an act against a woman which would meet the UK legal definition of rape. Roosh writes: “While walking back to my place, I realised how drunk she was. In America, having sex with her would have been rape, since she legally couldn’t give her consent. It didn’t matter that I was sober, but I can’t say that I cared or even hesitated. I won’t rationalise my actions, but having sex is what I do.”
Just finished the book, very close to my experiences, only few objections to some key concepts as some details of your interesting lifestyle and not being able to change the world around you. This scientist excels as it seems in a domain other of his major. Most concepts work well in Europe but there is also a strong tie to American culture that cannot be exported here. Some venues are completely different and the responses from girls also varies because of the different collective -sometimes more conservative- psychic, and I am referring mostly to southern countries that Roosh hasn't yet visited (France, Greece, Italy, Cyprus,....)