The pussy cartel refers to women's artifically inflating the value of sex via price-fixing. It is relatively easy for women to artificially inflate the value of sex when they desire initiating sex less than men. Women refer to men desiring initiating sex more than women as male thirst and use the term negatively.
Sex is worth maybe $5 of women's time and effort. But women know men will go insane without sex, so they collectively deny it to men. They force most men to invest hundreds if not thousands of hours into resource security, job security, free drinks, free transportation, free housing etc just for the possibility that they will get sex.
Global average cost of sex[edit | edit source]
The global average cost of sex is currently an exploitative $260, but the exploitation is more affordable than in the 2000s due to the 2008 global financial recession and the rise of free internet porn. Average rates in Western first-world cities are much higher.
Effects of legal prostitution on sex prices[edit | edit source]
- Legalizing direct-prostitution would definitely lower sex prices, but not by a huge amount, as women will still exploit men's loneliness and overcharge, especially internet hoes. Internet hoes are already not criminalized but still overcharge.
- Men would be less easily manipulated by sex. If men could simply pay for sex instead of having to win a girl's affection, then the average woman would have much less sexual control over the average man.
- The value of sex would go down. Men are less severely incel in societies where prostitutes are legal, so prostitutes charge less. Low quality escorts cost hundreds of dollars in countries like the US where prostitution is illegal. This is an outrageous price for something that costs the woman nothing and requires no skill. In countries like Germany where prostitution is legal, prices are much lower. "Bulgarian and Romanian women sometimes charge less than €10 [$13]," she says. "One woman here will even do it for a Big Mac."
Formal Pussy Cartels Servicing Incels[edit | edit source]
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See Also[edit | edit source]
- Sexual economics theory
- Seung-Hui Cho
- Esther Vilar
- Women As Sex Vendors - or, Why Women Are Conservative (Being a View of the Economic - Status of Woman)
- Supply side sexual economics
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