Some men are “nice guys”, some may even call themselves feminists. Roosh explains the implicit motivation on the part of these men(manginas?) for behaving in this way.
The centerpiece of Roosh’s cultural criticism is a concept called “male feminism”. While many might be unfamiliar with this, it is a key tenet of today’s politically correct establishment. Roosh tells that “(t)here are two things which motivate most men: sex and power. Since male feminists voluntarily give up their power to women without a fight, we must conclude that by parroting feminist ideas, they are simply hoping to get laid.
“Instead of actually trying to be attractive men who learn how to approach and converse with women, it’s easier for these men to agree with irrational rantings on Facebook and Twitter and hope that one woman finds his agreement worthy of a glorious sexual reward, sort of like a child patiently waiting on Christmas Eve for Santa Claus to arrive. It must work some of the time if there are so many men doing it, but then we must ask if there is really a “reward” in having sexual intercourse with a feminist, who is more likely than not to be overweight and disfigured with tattooed and piercings.”
So there you have it. These guys are hoping that by rolling over on command that the girls will reward them with a nice doggy treat known as sex.
I find this humorous from the perspective that when men start talking like red pillers that the first thing that the feminist side throws at them are things such as “You’re a loser who can’t get laid” while they will respond to the above by saying something along the lines of “You are wrong! I’m not doing/saying this to impress the girls and get a sexual reward from them!” However the girls are smart enough to know that you keep people gambling by throwing in a big reward every so often just to keep the narrative going amongst the men.