Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:00 AM
And what sign would you look for to know if the other person is trying to seduce you?
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:05 AM
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:16 AM
Women who are interested generally make themselves available.
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:25 AM
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:57 PM
If I'm into someone it depends on the situation how I'll let them know...grabbing his hand or giving him a hug is one way and it lets him know it's ok to give me a little contact and almost always that leads to kissing which then leads to the rest. If I'm just talking online or texting I'll be more blunt after flirting a bit.
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 02:59 PM
Like anything else you want to be good at, it's a combination of raw talent, research, and practice.
If you aren't a natural at reading women's signals or intuitive as to how to respond to them, then you'll need to focus on the other two dimensions of developing an ability: research and practice.
Thankfully for you, there aren't that many naturally gifted men out there in the arena of seduction, so it means that there is A TON of research available and readily disseminated. There are whole communities of men devoted to the study of seduction. Granted, a few of these communities employ what I consider to be a questionable theory of behaviourism, but that's a bit digressive at this point.
What it all boils down to is suck it up and do the work.
I think joining a community like this is a great start, there are some fantastic resources here.
In terms of actual book, blog, program, or forum recommendations, well that will really depend on you.
However, I always like to start off by recommending The Game, by Neil Strauss. It's not that The Game really offers much in the way of education about seduction, but that it is a really fun read and a great first step in exposing you to the concept of seduction as a discipline and details the journey of one man and the personal challenges he faced learning what seduction was about, and how he handled the sort of "growing pains" of it.
It's also just a good fun read.