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Lady gives women pink pills that help them connect with masculine men

Here’s a review I received from a woman in the UK…

Out of the 20+ books on dating and relationships I have read over the last two years, ‘Lady’ is the only one that identifies the reason for my tragic love life. My mistake having been to regard only high status men as worthy of my love. And not simply high status men, I’m talking about the highest I could find in any given environment. For as long as I can remember, this has been my pattern; from the most popular boy in high school to the man who lived in the tallest building in the world and drove a Porsche. I just didn’t get it that these men had a higher value than me and therefore didn’t want a relationship with me. Nobody told me. Thankfully, Roosh has cogently knocked some sense into me at last.

As a love and relationship guide, Lady is primarily addressing women in their early twenties so that they may develop the behaviour and values necessary to find a good man whom they can marry before their value declines. Most women in that demographic probably won’t be able to hear Roosh’s message, which is a pity because it could help them avoid much misery and heartache. I’m a 33 year old cat lady, therefore Roosh’s advice comes far too late for me in many key respects, e.g. choosing not going to university. Even so, ‘Lady’ provides me with plenty of practical advice to navigate the confusing process of dating in our decayed culture.

Due to Roosh’s sometimes brutally harsh (but not undeserved) criticisms of women in his YouTube videos, I had to take a deep breath before reading Lady because I thought I was going to be in for a rough ride. What I found instead was proactive compassion for women due to the damage feminism has inflicted on them. Surprisingly, even a few demonstrations of his romantic tenderness seeped out when he evokes the simple pleasures of being in a relationship.

Roosh is known to be the internet’s biggest misogynist, but in my view, he’s the internet’s most misunderstood teacher on modern culture. Talking about the biological differences between men and women and how it effects their social roles, behaviour and needs is anathema to the global homo paradigm we live in. They try to suppress his voice because his insights about our true natures makes cracks their unnatural and subversive programming so that light may flow in.

The first section of Lady was a triggering read for me because it refreshed what a dire state things are in, not only for me as a conservative woman seeking a relationship and family, but for our a broken and fractured culture in general. Later on in the book, I regained hope in my situation. I even learned that I have been on the right track for the last few years in most respects regarding my present day behaviour and the values. Like Roosh says, I only need to meet one good man. Now I know the way.

I recommend this book to any women who has been disappointed in love.

Lady is intended for traditionally-minded women who are living in the Western world. That audience may be very small, but their problem of finding a good man for marriage without endless dating is considerable. My advice helps them connect with a man while minimizing dating failures. It also helps men who want to better relate to feminine women.

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The audiobook + ebook edition costs only $15.99 during launch week and includes both the ebook package and the 5 hour 30 minute audiobook in unrestricted MP3 format that is narrated by myself. I narrate the book with a tone of consideration…

The beautiful paperback edition costs only $15.99 + shipping and is shipped worldwide directly to you from the Roosh Warehouse. It makes a fine addition to any coffee table or bookshelf…

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Thank you if you’ve already bought Lady. Drop me an email at [email protected] when you’re done with the book to let know what you think.

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Some great stuff in this book. If they only read a sentence or two, their lives would be improved drastically.
p.78 One simple step they could take and as evidenced in real life is to simply be slender and have long hair. They don’t have to look like supermodels. How easy is that?
A glaring example is of a YouTuber called “Survival Lilly”. She is objectively homely, and actually ugly. But she is not fat. She walks like a dude and has a flat ass. She is not very feminine, but is also not a bulldyke. She has long hair and is not fat, that is all.
She has over 500,000 Beta orbiters salivating over her and would marry her in a second. Ladies take a lesson.

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Those orbiters are freaking idiots wasting their money on instawhores.
See this one.
https://www.patreon.com/belledelphine

2481 followers which can pay from 1 to 2500 $ a month. She makes 150k+ a year just for showing some ass. Hookers, strippers, even pornsluts don’t make that much money.

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Got my paperback in the mail yesterday! I have to say, I was ambivalent about the cover design when I saw it in digital format, but the physical book is quite cute/pretty. I love this book. I’ve already got a handful of young ladies in mind to gift copies to within the next few years. <3

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Thank you for a great book. I have been reading your blogs for years and I would never have thought that you one day would write a book for women, but I am happy that you did.

Actually I am already married and I am very happy with my marriage and I love my husband and our two kids. I am 21 and my husband is 38. Reqding the book, I felt I am already following moat of your (very good) advice. But it gave great in sight to the minds of men, and just because you are married the work doesn’t stop, I want to keep the relationship how it is, evolving, never declining.

I enjoyed how the composition of the book, that first part was about you, then men and then dating and relationships.

There were many good points on choosing the right man, many women should read this and to understand what men want. I agree, I see many women in relationship slacking, never cooking, gaining weight, not dressing up for their man, etc while the man start looking elsewhere. Like you said, in a relationship you should try to improve your looks.

I don’t think it is jealous of men who don’t want their girl to be out clubbing or in bars with single friends or meeting in private or conversing with male friends. I am more surprised that people actually think this is normal and just comes down to trust issues. The more opportunities the greater chance something will go wrong, like putting an ex alcoholic at a free bar. I just wish you would also have said a few words if it is the other way around, if that is more acceptable or if you should also be worried if your man is out with friends clubbing. And men loves younger women, yes. I find myself happy to be 17 years younger than my man. But sometimes this knowledge makes me fear getting older, I am so jealous sometimes and want him to keep looking at me with that look and keep his desire for me, so it was also a good read that it is ok to be kinky once in a long term comitted relationship.

Again, thank you for a goood book.

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You are making a big mistake. You’re swinging from one extreme to the other. Committing your life and efforts to the study and pursuit of pussy was a mistake. Concluding that chasing pussy without the intent to marry it and produce a family – essentially the inverse of what you did for the last 15 years or so – is also a mistake.

Here’s what will happen if you marry a woman and then live with her in the US. Best case scenario: You will stay married to the woman until the kid is 18 or so. Then she will divorce you and run off to eat, pray and love or some variant.

What you need to do is redirect your attention. You have an analytical mind. It is going to work on something. Choose to direct it to some other topic. Go back to microbiology, or something else scientific/technical. Give your brain something to work on that it can solve, and stop obsessing with the women/men/mankind thing.

As you noted, there is nothing to be done about the world. Save yourself. And get away from this god thing. Personifying the universe and reality isn’t the answer.

You made your mistake when you obsessed on the pussy thing. But that’s no big deal. I’ve done a lot worse. When you find that you have made a mistake you just have to correct it.