PUA - now illegal to even try

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Police have charged a man in connection with videos posted online that showed men trying to pick up women.
The 37-year-old man was arrested following an inquiry into footage of men chatting up members of the opposite sex in the street that was posted to social media.
Police said the man was expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on 14 January.
A report on the matter will also be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

thank god i was into this shit before #metoo

dangerous times to own a penis

anywone would think they want to lower white birth rates
 

Dazl1212

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Cool, I can't wait to see all the women's magazines on how to select a man who'll roll over for a bitch banned as well.
 

ant-man

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On Thursday, police said they were aware of the videos offering advice and guidance on how to pick up the opposite sex, particularly young women.

And they urged anyone with information regarding such individuals to contact them.



:think

Am I missing something here? What crime is supposed to have been committed? I checked him out on YT and even the girls' faces are hidden when they try out their pick up game.

Regardless of what you think of the PUA business how the fuck any of it can be regarded as 'crime' is totally beyond me.

What strange times we live in. :lol:
 
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I dont see how any of this can constitute a crime and seems like an utter waste of police time and resource. That said, this whole pua stuff and approaching random people in the street for dates still seems a bit creepy weird to me...Fair enough in a bar etc but who the fuck would want to ask a stranger out in Asda.
 

ant-man

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I dont see how any of this can constitute a crime and seems like an utter waste of police time and resource. That said, this whole pua stuff and approaching random people in the street for dates still seems a bit creepy weird to me...Fair enough in a bar etc but who the fuck would want to ask a stranger out in Asda.
I dunno I picked up plenty of women in everyday situations when I was about it. Creepy? Whatever, I got my leg over..

The PUA game's a strange business but how can they do this guy for 'being a creep' ffs. A good 50% of us would end up banged up at this rate. :lol:
 
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On Thursday, police said they were aware of the videos offering advice and guidance on how to pick up the opposite sex, particularly young women.

And they urged anyone with information regarding such individuals to contact them.



:think

Am I missing something here? What crime is supposed to have been committed? I checked him out on YT and even the girls' faces are hidden when they try out their pick up game.

Regardless of what you think of the PUA business how the fuck any of it can be regarded as 'crime' is totally beyond me.

What strange times we live in. :lol:
It's the same crime as people who approach you to talk about Jesus, and they too should be arrested.
 
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Harassment is a crime, approaching people isn't.

If those who are approached stop and talk then they can hardly claim they're being harassed. :think
I was riding the subway last year and a transvestite made a hand/tongue gesture at me suggesting it wanted to perform oral sex on me. I would consider that harassment given the social setting despite the tranny not knowing that I would decline, which I did.

It’s a similar situation when a pale pencil necked geek approaches a woman in the mall with some contrived line in hopes of acquiring sex.
 

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The entire point of 'pua' and 'game' has been bastardized so much that it's just not worth ever discussing. You have the SJW's who think you're basically a rapist. The guys who insist they have no problems so there's no need for it, and they don't understand why any one ever would. The ones who are interested but scared for their ego so kick off. And you have those who're actually interested and check it out.

Others just want to improve their social skills and social lives. The best way to improve on anything in life is practice.

There are weirdos in every group and community - CHB is a perfect example.

That said this guy apparently was also caught with stun guns and cocaine.

Talking to people is not a crime. Approaching someone with the intent to pull is not a crime (yet). Harassing someone or overstaying your welcome after clearly being told to leave is a different matter.
 
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ant-man

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Talking to people is not a crime. Approaching someone with the intent to pull is not a crime (yet). Harassing someone or overstaying your welcome after clearly being told to leave is a different matter.
Yes exactly.

20% of men are fucking 80% of the women. They do it by 'harassing' them when others won't. Females love persistent guys, they love to feel wanted. :yep

The only folk who have problems with it are the ugly birds who don't get hit on.

The homos are even worse for all the pushy harassment stuff, just ask Knox above. :lol:
 

Dazl1212

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There's definitely been a push this past decade to make approaching women a crime.

A lot of women complain that they get approached unless they fancy the guy then it's suddenly OK :lol:

I guess they just want to crimilaze "unwelcome approaches"

No wonder many guys are scared to try and chat women up.