The post is extremely long and was gilded like 25 times, which is 25 gildings for each point it makes.
I can sum up the argument for you in one sentence: don't use sexual strategy because true love is better.
He's right. True, enduring love is amazing. It's also super rare, especially for average looking, average intelligence people who age, have money troubles, time pressures. You can't reject something as useless just because it won't help you achieve the perfect outcome. This is called Nirvana fallacy.
So here's the key question that he never addresses: what about those men for whom true love isn't in the cards? Then what? Even if TRP won't help them get true love, will it help them find something better than what they can get on their own (which, in plenty of cases, is nothing)? This is where a reasonable debate occurs.