Re: phone call:sexual escalation?
I wasn't going to say anything, but since BigT brought it up, and I did some thinking on it, I will now go there for the sake of bringing about the elephant in the room. Noctis, your conduct towards BigT is really unprofessional and unacceptable. You're coming off less like a wild stallion and more like an arrogant cock. People come here onto the forums to help one another grow and become better men, not to bash each other into the ground and proclaim their dominance over one another.
I can without a doubt say that even though you are successful with women, you are far from being a superior man. The forum leaders and role models like Batman, Lockdown, Xavier and the other PUA All Stars still maintain a humble modesty that earns the upmost respect. You don't see them touting their horns about how high and mighty they are, nor are they fighting over who is the best. In addition they also maintain a status of constructive criticism, where even negative comments are helpful and carry with it valuable advice that everyone can follow and use.
Respect. That's what it all boils down to. It's respect for yourself AND respect to those all around you. Even to the people you hate, or you don't necessarily agree with. It's the kind of respect that carries with it an ever present modesty. You may be fantastic at something, but you avoid the bolsterous statements and gloating, and you stand true to simply leading by example and positive teaching. You do not force your viewpoint on others, nor degrade those who you don't agree with like what is often seen in the bigotry of politics. You either state your viewpoint, plain and simple, or you brainstorm and converse with those who have differing opinions and beliefs than you, thus creating and contributing to a more diverse and healthier discussion.
This, Noctis, is what you lack. Without it, you are far more of an AFC than you think you are. Perhaps instead of preparing to go on another game train like you constantly talk about doing, you should work on your attitude and character instead. I would recommend reading David Deida's The Way of the Superior Man. It's a great start for you, and feel free to ask questions. The veterans are always here and available to help.
"There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X