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Thread: Religious clothing articles I.E skull-cap; good or bad

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    Default Religious clothing articles I.E skull-cap; good or bad

    Hey guys,
    Was wondering your opinions on this. I'm in a relatively tight-knit religious community, and the men here wear Jewish skull-caps (can be pretty small). Otherwise, I dress normally.
    My question is: Would that possibly help with women?
    On the one hand, it demonstrates higher value, because women see you as part of a group that usually only dates within the tribe, and so you are "out of her league" and demonstrating higher value.
    On the other hand, this can friend-zone you and make you come across as sanctimonious and freak her out from a relationship or intimacy with you.
    This is mainly for non-Jewish/non-religious girls. This is mainly for day/college game, but I'm interested in hearing your opinions for clubbing as well. Thanks

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    Default Re: Religious clothing articles I.E skull-cap; good or bad

    I am not a big player and am also fairly new to the game, but I think it really is up to you.
    If the skullcap is part of you then you should keep it on!
    Wear it for yourself, not for the girls.

    But anyway, it makes you stand out and makes you more interesting and you have a lot more to talk about. A nice religious guy is way more interesting than a non-religious AFC who can't even talk to girls.
    If you don't want to talk about religion then don't wear it, if you don't want to freak out (secretly) anti-Semitic girls then definitely don't wear your skullcap.

    Everyone is people first, nationality/religion/ethnicity second, so if you have a good connection with a girl she probably doesn't care you wearing a skullcap.

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    Default Re: Religious clothing articles I.E skull-cap; good or bad

    Thanks,

    But I'm wondering if she would be weird-ed out if I try to escalate, given that I'm dressing like a holy man lol. Any thoughts? I mean, religion isn't a huge part of my life, but right now I have decided to wear it to remain in my social circle, and Judaism is definitely a large part of my culture.

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    Default Re: Religious clothing articles I.E skull-cap; good or bad

    Over thinking it dude. Most important thing is how you feel about yourself so wear that thing if that's what you do. If she asks about it just be straight up like you were with us. Sounds like a good convo piece if anything.

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    Default Re: Religious clothing articles I.E skull-cap; good or bad

    Don't change a large part of who you are just to game... your pua self is just the best-possible version of yourself not a different person altogether.

    Would you be comfortable going out with a girl who didn't share, or at least accept, your religious beliefs? I doubt it...

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    Default Re: Religious clothing articles I.E skull-cap; good or bad

    Thanks. I guess I always assumed taking it off would be some magic bullet that would make me more confident. I might remove it just for the confidence.


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