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Wealth first

By Serge Kreutz

Just like in any warfare, strategies in the sexual and relationships arena are about trickery that aids in, and leads to, victory.

Women have needs. Sexual needs. Needs for protection in a violent society. Economic needs in a civilized society.

Just wanting needs fulfilled, and some diffuse ideas on how to proceed, has a low success rate. There are so many women in the world who have been profoundly disappointed, and many of those who have fared better, sooner or later become aware of the emotional deficits in their lives.

To optimize the fulfillment of needs requires some planning, for women just as it does for men. But women, more than men, are trapped in a double bind, as sexual excitement and economic stability, or sexual excitement and respectability, appear to be contradictory goals.

But the one qualification that certainly helps with pretty much every difficult situation or double bind, is to be independently wealthy.

Being independently rich enough even allows a women to get out of a repressive society, and buy a citizenship in a liberal country.

For smart young women, and even their immediate relatives, it is much easier to become wealthy, even independently wealthy, than it is, for example, for their brothers. Because young women have a lot of intrinsic capital. This capital is named: sexual market value

It can be traded for a citizenship in a country that represses women less than other countries, and it can be converted into financial capital.

But this window of opportunity is wide open only for women of an age of about 18, to an age of about 25, and only if they haven’t given birth.

The window is still there, later on in life, but it isn’t wide open.

Just follow one piece of advice: don’t waste your capital on young men who have no economic foundation, even if they are good-looking. Don’t waste your capital on listening to promises about love forever.

Sure, young men are sexual fun. But if your economic basis is good, there will be good-looking young men not only while you are a beautiful young woman but throughout your life. If your economic base isn’t good to start with, you can ditch the man who builds an economic base for you after just a short while, or you can just ignore him and have affairs. You can be divorced rich at a comparatively young age, and you will suffer little from the condition identified as a depletion of self-esteem that afflicts so many women when their sexual market value steeply declines as they get older.

It’s the best you can do.