Source Askhamsters: http://redditlog.com/snapshots/813285
This is kind of a funny situation I guess, but my friends and I throw a lot of parties at my house. We always invite a lot of women, but it's like pulling teeth to get them to come over. Even women that I know pretty well from school or work will "not be feeling very well" when I invite them, or be "too tired" or some other excuse that basically means they don't want to come.
From my perspective, my friends are pretty fun dudes. And we offer women free beer to just hang out with us. They aren't total strangers either, they're people we sort of know.
What are some reasons women would be skeptical of going to a party, and how can I make women feel welcome coming to my house?
Guy throws sausage fest parties regularly and tries to up the women count. It doesn't work so he turns to askhamsters for help. Let's see what kind of help they offer. We don't even need to look at the comments. His edits are enough.
EDIT: The whole free beer thing needs some explaining... we usually get a keg or something. So when they ask if they should bring anything, I just say, "No, we have a keg."
EDIT 2: We are college aged so not all of us can go to bars yet.
EDIT 3: I asked for women's perspective's and I got it. I can honestly say I have a lot to think about as a result. Thanks to everyone who responded.
EDIT 4: Finally made it to the front page, and reddit thinks I'm a creep, loser, rapist, sexist, asshole. Go figure. Shout out to the furniture guy, you altered my whole perspective on the subject. As far as I'm concerned, I think I'm just going to accept our male sausage fest parties for what they are and the women can stay at home. Peace out.
Came asking for help. Leaves as MGTOW.
Well done reddit. Well done. And despite handing out such impeccable advice they wonder why redpill gains more and more readers.