The Possibility of Sex

  • by Alan Roger Currie
  • Narrated by Alan Roger Currie
  • 6 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There are a number of good women in society who would make any man a loving wife, a devoted long-term girlfriend, or an easy-to-get-along-with casual sex partner.
Then there are other women in society who are only looking to take advantage of naïve and sexually desperate men for their own egotistical and self-serving objectives.
In his second audiobook release, The Possibility of Sex: How Naïve and Lustful Men are Manipulated by Women Regularly, book author Alan Roger Currie once again highlights the fact that when a man expresses his romantic or sexual desires, interests and intentions to women in a very cautious, vague, ambiguous, or "beat-around-the-bush" manner, he potentially opens himself up to be misled and taken advantage of by women who are shrewd, savvy, highly experienced manipulators of men.
In Part One of the audiobook, Currie discusses women he refers to as Timewasters, which are women who are willing to initially, temporarily, or even indefinitely give targeted men the misleading impression that they have some degree of genuine interest in sharing that man's company in a romantic or purely sexual manner, but in reality, these women seek nothing other than to be flattered, entertained, or spoiled with financial (and non-financial) 'favors' and materialistic gifts.
In Part Two of the audiobook, Currie describes in detail at least five types of 'No Good Women' that he feels all men should totally avoid entering into any type of long-term romantic or sexual relationship with: Gold Diggers, Man Thieves, Drama Queens, Misandrists, Liars and Cheaters
Currie's first audiobook release was Mode One: Let the Women Know What You're REALLY Thinking.
(Warning: Some chapters in this audiobook include explicit language)

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Very good book from one of only 2 recognised direct approach guys there are. I've met Alan in London 5 years ago and we talked over chicken wings in his flat in Notting Hill.
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- MJ EMERSON

A book to read on the train

What did you like most about The Possibility of Sex?

Unlike "OOOh", if you had this in paperbook, you could easily and assuredly carry it about without raising too many eyebrows. Already a good start


What other book might you compare The Possibility of Sex to, and why?

Might only compare it to Mode One, only , in reality after reading this it would be good to check out "Anatomy of Female Power" in addition to "The Manipulated Man".


Which character – as performed by Alan Roger Currie – was your favourite?

Him explaining the story of females in the church who were losing their minds when they found they were unable to make men lose their minds. It reminds me of a female I overheard talking about "Maxi dresses" and how they make men go crazy, cunningly smirking as she made this remark which showcases how much power she might have over fragile males. This book is self defence


If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Not all power is privilege


Any additional comments?

I would definitely ask every "easily excitable" male to purchase this book and in doing so, reclaim your being. I would strongly even suggest it is listening to alongside Amos Wilsons talk on Male Female relationships, for this, like Wartenberg, is about Power.

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- Loast

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-11-2014
  • Publisher: Mode One Multimedia, Inc.