One Simple Exercise For Growing Your Balls Back

pair of tennis ballsHere is an easy and fun exercise to start working on getting your balls back – when you walk by an attractive woman, check her out overtly and turn your whole body while looking at her as(s) she is walking by you. You don’t need to worry about creeping her out in SF. There is a 98.5% completely glued to her phone, so she won’t notice that you are looking at her, or she will act like she didn’t notice. The challenge is for you to be noticed by others around breaking the social norm of not checking out women (i.e. acting like a castrated beta).

At first, it will be a somewhat embarrassing, because no one checks out women anymore (except construction workers and men of darker minorities in general). Be ready to get a few dirty looks not just from the female passers by, but also from the whipped guys around you when you finish looking at a woman and turn back. But with time and practice you will learn to proudly look back at them with the looks that says “Don’t you dare to try to shame me, because I didn’t do anything wrong. These days, in this low-libido town, not looking when you want to might just be a much bigger crime.”

3 thoughts on “One Simple Exercise For Growing Your Balls Back

  1. I spend a great deal of my time on this topic griping about the women in SF. But, this might be a good social experiment to see if it’s just as much a fault of the guys not being aggressive enough. More than just overtly checking them out, what would happen if they were actually “disrupted” (to use the parlance of our times), by saying hi and actually asking them out? Are SF guys really betas because women have made them that way, or is it possibly because they’re so afraid of rejection they’d just rather not try?

    • That’s the question, of course. I think several factors are at play:
      (a) When you don’t use it, you lose it – i.e. guys have stopped hitting on women, and when you do, it becomes harder and harder to try to do it.
      (b) Women are not used to being approached so they don’t know how to handle it when it comes their way. Because they are not approached anymore, they don’t expect, are not ready for it and don’t even hope for it, which makes them look even more unapproachable.
      (c) The ultra feminism pushed guys into the area of extreme gentlemanhood, where it became socially inappropriate to check out a woman, compliment her or hit on her.

      What came first is hard to tell, but I think this was the order of events:
      1. Women treated badly during the 50-60’s; 2. Counter reaction to bad treatment of women through ultra-feminism which is embraced by men as well; 3. Men become betas, walking on eggshells and are afraid to show and celebrate their masculinity when appropriate.

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