Second of all, "You-go-girlist confidence" is clearly That-Guy Speak for "basic sense of self-worth as a human being." The only women these guys will date are "tastefully insecure" (whatever the fuck that means) because these guys themselves are deeply insecure. He has simply shared knowledge and insights that can aid single men in their pursuit of sexual happiness without hurting women.
)The post, entitled "5 Reasons To Date a Girl With An Eating Disorder," advises men to date women suffering from eating disorders because they're hot, easily manipulated, freaks in bed, have low enough self esteem that they'll do anything for you, and are probably rich. But what I will do is address every point raised by their follow-up — not from the writer, but an editor's response to the rightfully-outraged people who demanded that it be taken down.
From the in-defense piece: On November 13, I allowed publication of Tuthmosis' article 5 Reasons To Date A Girl With An Eating Disorder.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. What would you do if you found out you where dating a girl with an eating disorder? Would you try and help her get help to deal with the condition, which might likely cause her to gain weight? Would you dump her as you don't need the to deal with the drama? Would you turn a blind eye to the problem because it helps he look good?
I know a lot of women that have had serious eating disorders since being pre-teens to the point that actually ended up in hospital and based on my profession can tell they still have eating disorder ex anorexia and bulimia and just really wonder how they are in relationships with men who either don't notice or don't care?
As I understand it, and I know very little about this stuff, I believe it has something to do with body image and self confidence issues so as such is not an eating disorder although it is called that.