On the whole it stays away from teaching you any skills that would be useful with all women, except where he talks about some general rules for relationships.
This can be very appealing to beginners, however, does it work?
It has some original and useful concepts in it, and makes an attempt to simplify the world of dating for men. Rx stood out for one thing, it would be the maturity of his perspectives and advice. For a start, many of the perspectives I have towards relationships and women that took me quite a while to understand - from the accumulation of experience rather than dating advice (which didn't exist at the time) - he has included here. For example, his insights into the importance of women feeling 'safe' and what that means are all valuable and true.
There are two big issues with it: the approaches are outdated and the part of the system used to understand what type a woman is, doesn't work.
It’s something on the order of ninety-nine percent who can’t to one percent who can. Women can be “friends only,” and often desire to be friends with a guy who wants more. The woman of course is shocked because she was cool with being “friends only” and was enjoying it.
The man agrees to be “friends only,” only to blow up three months, six months, or a year later and announce that he can’t take it anymore. The only guys who can truly be friends with a woman are guys who reject you and aren’t really interested in you.
And although the original translation was not illustrated, I have researched and included fifty-nine 18thand 19th century Indian sex position illustrations to keep a certain amount of consistency with the writings.
(This is an e Book and is available for download immediately after purchase.