This month I want to do something very different.

Over the next three weeks, I am going to send you three different messages, tackling a delicate seduction issue from three different angles.

The issue at hand is this: are women treasures to be celebrated or are they quarry to be conquered?

What I would like to know from you, Sir, is if you can relate to this issue with your own experiences? And if you can, have you ever thought about the why of it all?

The pieces you will get this week and the next two are all part of my upcoming book, ‘the Way of the Amorati’, an exploration of my integrity in the land of women.

Today… on being a seducer.

“When a man makes a distinction between the women he is attracted to and the women he is not attracted to, and he seduces only those he is attracted to, he cannot be called a seducer. When a man deprives lesser attractive women of his charm, he fails her, he fails himself, and he fails all women.

A seducer is always a seducer. He does not turn it on. He does not turn if off. To seduce is not an act, a performance or a skill. To seduce is a way of living, a way of being.

The Way of a Seducer is through seduction.

If it were not for men who demonstrate seductive valor with less attractive women, one could not find them with beautiful women either. When a man reserves his charm for the women he is attracted to, he will never realize his full seductive potential, and when the encounter with a beautiful woman comes, there will be no time for making amends.”

~ Hans Comyn
Ars Amorata


Hans Comyn
Hans Comyn

Hans is the head of the Amorati network and leads the Ars Amorata programs. He joined forces with Zan Perrion in 2008. Before that time, Hans Comyn taught philosophy at several Universities and worked five years with French sociologist Bruno Latour on how to reassemble the social, bring people together and make things public.

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