Mate poaching refers to pinching someone's partner. Perhaps surprising to the socially isolated, normies engage in mate poaching all the time. In fact 60% of the men and 53% of the women admitted to having attempted to poach someone as a long-term mate who was already in an existing committed relationship, and even more have been recipients of mate poaching attempts by others while they were in a committed romantic relationship: 93% for men and 82% for women. Poaching by others provokes mate guarding behavior.
Normies scheme all the time[edit | edit source]
This basically proves that most normies are not nice, but would easily go as far as stealing a mate who is already in a relationship. Most normies can afford this as they have at least some social status. Autists are probably very bad at mate poaching as they would lack the ability to produce humor and social signals that would allow them to do so without awkwardness.