Thirty-three-year-old Daryush Valizadeh, known to his predominantly heterosexual male fan base as Roosh, is a well-known pick-up artist within the worldwide "Seduction Community," which relies on pop evolutionary psychology to teach the art of getting laid. Its origins date back to dubious neuro-linguistic programming "speed seduction" theories in the early 1990s, but the Community rose to prominence with investigative reporter Neil Strauss's 2005 bestseller exposé The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists, which spawned a VH1 reality show and drew aspiring "PUAs" to online forums and self-proclaimed gurus promising foolproof seduction strategies.
Pick-up artists believe that all women are the same: submissive, choosier than men when picking sexual partners, entranced by shiny objects. In the Community, players are self-made; most renowned pick-up artists claim they were socially awkward losers until they learned the tricks of the trade. If a pick-up artist hones his "inner game" (confidence) as well as his "outer game" (appearance), he can control his sexual future. When women come with cheat codes, rejection is not an option; if a play fails, the player tweaks his strategy instead of conceding defeat.
But Roosh's Denmark directory diverges from his usual frat-boy Casanova fantasies liberally seasoned with rape jokes. Don't Bang Denmark--note the dramatic title change--is a cranky volume that (spoiler alert!) probably won't help any Roosh acolytes score. Roosh calls it the "most angry book" he's ever written. "This book is a warning of how bad things can get for a single man looking for beautiful, feminine, sexy women."
What's blocking the pussy flow in Denmark? The country's excellent social welfare services. Really.