The Beauty and the Troll: Dating, Sexual Commerce, and Sexual Market Value
Men, meet Roberto Cavalli. He is a 73 year-old Italian fashion designer. I estimate that he is 5 foot, 4 inches tall, and that's pushing it.
If you can't tell just by looking at him, he is an old, leathery, disgusting physical specimen. Some men keep up their good looks as they become older, but Roberto hasn't because he never had it. As one commenter in a news article put it, Cavalli looks like a human corkscrew.
Lina Nilson is no great international beauty; she is not fashion model-quality. But she's still a damn fine piece of tanned Euro thong-wearing 26 year-old ass.
She's better than you'll ever get, put it that way.
Roberto Is Doing Lina
This little troll is currently pounding her. Or something resembling it. After the cadre of nurses finishes injecting ED meds into that little breadstick of his, he inserts said breadstick into her Cavern of Wonders for exactly 45 strokes, then glops out a few milky drops of fluid. She then rolls over to check her iPhone to see when her friends around going out clubbing.
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Sex is commerce. Strip it down to its core, spreadsheet it, and you'll find that sex is nothing more than a trading of one thing for another.
One partner has something that the other one wants and vice-versa. No elective sex has ever happened in history without that bartering of one thing for another.
Sometimes it's as naked and obvious as this. He has money, cachet, and connections to the fashion industry. She has youth and a hot body.
Sold! If both parties are aware of the terms of the contract, why not?
It's commonly called sexual market value (SMV), "market" being the key term here. As long as the exchange rate is fair, sex continues. The moment the balance of that exchange tips, sex is off.
Much has been written about SMV, particularly from the red pill/blue pill community, but we've found that Evan Marc Katz has a good, balanced view that incorporates both the male and female perspective.