Andy Bogle rides the ebb and flow of attraction, reproduction, and the spread of behavior and genes in part two of his three-part series.
In part one of a three part series, Andy Bodle discusses the central differences in the chemistry and physicality of men and women.
While researching what it is women want in a man, Andy Bodle discovers a desire for passion … and stumbles upon his alternate power source in the process.
Andy Bodle tells where the idea for “Womanology” originated.
Andy Bodle tells of when he discovered “the best way to get a girlfriend … is to already have a girlfriend.”
If love is a game, why am I so bad at it? And if love were just a formula, then would it mean anything?
After a string of rejections, Andy Bodle searches through everything from books, to women’s magazines, to dating profiles to find out what women really want in a man.
Andy Bodle is flattered to receive the attention of a much younger woman—while hoping to avoid being noticed by her powerful father.
Andy Bodle tries cocaine for the first time and feels like a winner.
Lowering his beauty standards proves too high a challenge for Andy Bodle.
“We all judge people on their looks. Some of us are just more honest about it.” When Andy Bodle puts a woman on a pedestal for her beauty, the results are predictable.
Do women prefer louts? Andy Bodle’s experiment in behaving poorly makes for bad science, but a good story.
“For the first time in my life, the prospect of approaching an attractive woman did not fill me with mortal dread.” For his next two years at college, Andy Bodle proceeded to do nothing but.
Risky behavior in adolescent males ranges from self improvement to suicidal, but the reward is the same.
Andy Bodle fights and flees the pecking order.