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Sleazy Stories: Confessions of an Infamous Modern Seducer of Women
Sleazy Stories: Confessions of an Infamous Modern Seducer of Women
by Aaron Sleazy
Edition: Paperback
Price: CDN$ 16.45
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5.0 out of 5 stars Shocking, hilarious, and will change your reality forever, Jan. 7 2012
Having actually met Aaron Sleazy and joined him on the sort of nights out described in this book, I can attest that Sleazy Stories is probably a fairly accurate account of the adventures of the world's top womanizer.

Sleazy Stories joins author and protagonist Aaron Sleazy on his adventures in London circa 2008, when he had just found the men's movement known as the 'Seduction Community', a collection of online discussion forums with the sole purpose of sharing knowledge on how to most efficiently meet and begin sexual relations with women. Sleazy caused quite a stir in this scene when he began releasing field reports describing how he had been able to have sex with women in nightclubs sometimes within 30 seconds of meeting them, which went against the accepted truth of the time that getting a woman into bed generally took 4-10 hours. Sleazy therefore changed many people's perceptions of what was truly possible in seduction forever. These field reports then became the basis for this book, Sleazy Stories.

Sleazy Stories' style is very dry and observational, providing a matter-of-fact account of events rather than the sensationalism found in other Seduction Community-related works such as The Game. The writing style therefore reminds me very much of George Orwell's Down and Out in Paris and London and, like that book, paints the picture of an impartial observer moving within and trying to make sense of a foreign world. The result of matter-of-fact observation combined with the single goal of seducing women can only be described as what romance novels would look like if they were written for men: porn, in other words.

Sleazy Stories, unlike most books connected to the Seduction Community, is not a self-help book. This book will not tell you step-by-step how to pick up girls. It is a memoir about sex, debauchery and breaking social norms. However, it does have merit in the realm of personal development on two points:

1) Through simply looking at the world through the eyes of Aaron Sleazy, you may well start to think, feel and behave like Aaron Sleazy. I can attest to this firsthand.
2) If you have not yet been exposed to the full extent of the hidden debauchery going on in bars and clubs, this book will go a long way towards showing you what really goes on behind the scenes.

Sleazy Stories is shocking, hilarious, and will change your reality forever.

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