Rollo Tomassi

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Name: Rollo Tomassi
Date of Birth: April 2, 1969
Occupation: Author
Ethnicity: White

Rollo Tomassi is the sobriquet [1] used by an American PUA coach, and the author of "The Rational Male" series of books.

His ideas are influenced by his interpretation of evolutionary psychology (the works of Dr. Martie Haselton appears to have had a particularly strong influence on him) and standard PUA techniques.

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He rejects the concept of the Blackpill writing:

See, there is no ‘Black Pill’ – there is only the space in between a man dealing with his despondency about a harsh Red Pill truth and his crossing the abyss to accepting that truth and doing something with that information to better his life.[2]

Thus like those on the r/theredpill subreddit, which has his materials proudly displayed on it's sidebar, he advocates an internal locus of control(locus of control is whether you think you have power over the external world to change your situation versus vice versa) versus the external locus of control that is part of the blackpill. In the article above he also touched upon what is known in the incelosphere as the racepill as follows:

I honestly feel for Asian/Indian men in this respect. When I read about Aziz Ansari’s #MeToo’ing I read with morbid fascination watching his story play out with another ‘cute’ (SMV6-7) white girl. This is the stereotypical interaction. With my Red Pill Lens I saw a girl conflicted by her attraction to Aziz’s social proof (celebrity) with her visceral reaction to becoming intimate with a guy she simply wasn’t all that aroused by. This is just my personal experience, but I’ve counseled Indian (and a few Asian) men who all share a very similar frustration – they really want to get with a white American girl but they are sexually invisible to the vast majority of them.

He acknowledges that looks matter in regards to female sexual attraction[3], unlike many associated with the PUA community, writing that women " [..] encourage men to think that “looks aren’t as important to women” so they’ll be more acceptable future providers while breeding in the short-term with men embodying their very specific physical ideal." He has also stated that sexual attraction is un-negotiable, but believes you can significantly increase your looks and thus SMV via bodybuilding as a typical male. He has also claimed that penis size is of great importance to women, as apparently indicated by women's first recourse when entering an argument with a man, being to imply that the man in question has a small penis.



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