Category Archives: DC

The June 2018 Happy Hour In Washington D.C. Was A Huge Success

On Saturday I drove to the nearest Metro station two hours before the 8pm scheduled start of my first happy hour in two years. While waiting for a train to the city, I was recognized by a young man wearing a cowboy hat. We sat in the same train car and he told me how […]

Shut It Down: Jerusalem Post Attacks This Saturday’s Happy Hour

The folks over at the Jerusalem Post have freaked out that I’m throwing a Stop Violence Against Women Happy Hour this Saturday, declaring me an “antisemitic pickup artist.” Daryush Valizadeh is at it again. More commonly known as “Roosh V,” the controversial pickup artist-turned alt-right figure gained media notoriety in 2016 when he attempted to […]

June 16: Stop Violence Against Women Happy Hour In Washington D.C.

I’m throwing a happy hour on Saturday, June 16, 2018 for human beings of all gender identities to discuss ways that the patriarchy is hurting women. All attendees are expected to grovel before any random woman in the vicinity, no matter what her size or appearance, and satisfy her in any way she demands. During […]

I’m Coming Back To Washington DC

Last week I was thrown a big curve ball. I hate to be vague, but one of my family members is having a problem that I want to help him or her with. Things could stabilize in one month, or it could go on for much longer, meaning that I’ve mentally prepared myself to move […]

Washington DC Has Bottomed Out

Between 2008-2014, I noticed a degradation of DC nightlife and women each time I came back home from a trip abroad. Its decline was a major contributing factor in my expatriation to Eastern Europe, where I currently reside, but for my past two consecutive trips to DC, I’ve noticed that the city is no longer […]

The Ferocious East Coast Blizzard Of 2016 (Video)

I could have gotten myself killed by going out with a camera this past Saturday, during the height of the blizzard, but I wanted to provide you with one minute of extraordinary entertainment. Here’s what I filmed: Walking through the snow was rather difficult: A video posted by Roosh V (@kingroosh) on Jan 23, 2016 at […]

16 Things I Realized About Washington DC In 2014

I took the advice of my peers and lived in Washington DC to better observe the city and its people. For one month in April I lived in between the Shaw and Convention Center metro stations. And in the case you’re new—this is in addition to living in the DC area for about 30 years. […]

Washington DC Meetup: April 30, 2014

When I operated DCBachelor.com, approximately 50% of my readers were from the DC area. Now, it’s about 3%. The city is slowly slipping out of the top 10. Here’s the current ranking: 1. New York 2. Toronto 3. London 4. Los Angeles 5. Sydney 6. Chicago 7. Melbourne 8. Montreal 9. Washington DC 10. San […]

Washington DC Meetup: October 13

Washington DC makes up a disproportionate amount of my readers, more than any other city in the United States besides New York City. It’s the place where it all began for me and where the pain continues for a lot of guys who rather be somewhere else. Well next Saturday we can put all the […]

15 Reasons Why Washington DC Sucks For Guys

1. There aren’t many attractive women. Most are sloppy, ugly, fat, and don’t care about looking good for men. “DC has a lot of over-educated white girls who could stand to lose 20 lbs. They have decidedly average faces. Said women believe that their education level and wack governmentalish type job makes them more of […]

Iceland Is Not A Sausage Fest

It’s only been two months but I’ve already forgotten how it’s like to be in the middle of a sausage fest.

Day & Night Game Workshops

Introduction I’m again teaching workshops in Washington DC, which will run four hours in length and teach men how to approach and talk to women in both day and nighttime settings. Outcomes that will be taught include getting a phone number, kiss, venue change (i.e. instant date), same-night date, and one-night stand. The daytime workshops, […]

A Typical Night Out In D.C.

Since I came back in May, I’ve been refreshing my Western-style game with VK and The Rookie. It was fun at first, but after just two months going out is no longer more satisfying for me than rolling solo in a large foreign club. To show you why, let me highlight a recent Friday night […]