Is game immoral? This is a fair question to ask. The true and honest answer however is, “Of course not!” How could it be? Game (the game that I know and teach anyway) is not about tricking or fooling anyone, it’s about being your best self. How on earth could striving to be as good as you can possibly be, be immoral?
Game teaches men about respecting women, not disrespecting women. It teaches guys how to affectively become more attractive, and be able to fulfill the needs of women. There is no point in game, where you should lie, cheat, deceive, corrupt, swindle, or make a fool out of women. So thinking that it may be immoral is not an accurate assumption.
Being needy is immoral. Buying women gifts to try to please her, or win her affection is immoral. Not striving to be the person you were meant to be is immoral. Becoming complacent in life and accepting lower standards for yourself is immoral. Acting like a jerk, or treating women horribly is immoral. Lying to women to try to sleep with them is immoral. Game however, does not accentuate any one of these ideas.
In fact, game encourages the exact opposite. Game supports being self-sufficient. It tells men to never buy women gifts out of need, or in an effort to “buy” her approval, but rather in an instance of true love. Game teaches men how to be the person they were meant to be and not to stand idly in life and become complacent. It promotes respect toward women, and never, ever encourages treating women with disrespect. Lying to women in game is an absolute no-no.
Game is not a breeding ground for immoral acts. It may have been misconstrued this way throughout the years because of the powers that it has, and its ability to make changes in people. But it’s not the game that people should think is immoral, rather the immoral person whom takes advantage of game. That old saying “Don’t hate the player, hate the game” is completely wrong. It should be “Don’t hate game, hate the (immoral) players.”
Game, like anything else, is a skill. Like learning to read, or riding a bike, or hitting a baseball or playing an instrument. All of these skills are done for one reason or another. You learn to read, so you can comprehend books, communicate with friends, get a job, inform yourself, etc. You learn to ride a bike to exercise, have fun, travel from place to place, etc. You learn to play ball to have fun, connect with friends, challenge yourself etc. And you learn to play an instrument because you love music, want to create music, love challenging yourself, etc. You learn game because you want to be your best self, connect with people you are attracted to, find love, etc. There is nothing wrong with any of these reasons, and the many other reasons men want to learn game. It’s a skill like any other, and the motive behind game is as good and respectable as the reasons behind learning any skill are.
So again, is game immoral? Well, if you think reading books, riding bikes, playing a sport, or playing an instrument is immoral, then I guess you can say it is. But if you can decide that none of these harmless hobbies are immoral, then I believe you should realize that neither is game. In the wrong hands, anything can become immoral. But under normal circumstances, game is not immoral, and never will be!