• Plausible Deniability

    by AlphaWolf & Co.

    Quick Definition: A social situation where a woman can believably deny any wrongdoing or obvious sexualization when interacting with a potential suiter. It can be seen in situations where kino escalating takes place. It is usually based on the PUA’s frame but sometimes can be from the woman’s initiative

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    Full Definition:

    Because of society’s stereotypes of women and the potential social backlash (sometimes from a HB’s own social circle), plausible deniability is a skill many women learn at an early age.

    In other words, sometimes a woman wants to go home or kiss the guy, but she is afraid of what others might think if she does. Her social standing my be in jeopardy, her friends may judge her, and any orbiters and male friends who are interested may react negatively if she display this affection publicly. Therefore is important for a good artist to give her plausible deniability to those watching, and sometimes to herself.

    One can maintain plausible deniability by asking to walk her to the car, or asking for a moment alone. And always having a double reason for doing something. For example, if you go for a walk and her friend stops you, you can say, “we were going to look for her car”, which is true.

    The effective use of plausible deniability means the woman is never put in a compromising position for wanting to comply, follow or lead with you in public situations or situations where her social circle may judge her.

    Please note that plausible deniability means understanding implicitly her intentions but never pushing for something she doesn’t want.

    The concept can also be used in pursuing a woman. For example, an artist can walk towards a girl, going for a napkin on the other side and accidentally bump into her, “oh, I’m sorry…” and reading her facial expressions, he can see if there’s any interest. He can also ask, “you have seen where they keep the napkins here?” and force a response.

    He can also say, “walk me home. My mom would thank you” as a way of pulling. Of course, she knows what’s going to happen but you’re making it smooth and easy for her to comply. Given the PC climate, this techniques should always be used at high skill-levels where you know the girl is into you. Plausible deniability is not effective in situations where the girl is obviously not into you or show multiple IODs.

    At a social level, every smart social master uses plausible deniability in situations where they are unsure, but they need more information. Take an example of the diplomat at a dinner party. He’s unsure of where he should be seated and walks into a VIP area. A security guard stops him. He can say, “have you seen my wife/son/daughter, they ran off a moment ago”. The security guard can save face as well as complete their ask and simply reply, “I have not sir, no worries, this section is for the AAA delegation. Let me walk you to your seats they are probably there. I’ll also put out a security call. What does your wife look like?”. To which the diplomat can reply, “thank you for your assistance”.

    Usage:
    Try to give plausible deniability for the HB when you touch her palms by doing a palm reading routine.


    Related Terms: Secret SocietySocial PressureSocial Hierarchy, Social Programming, Reframe, Role Reversal, Token Resistance, Group Theory

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