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Neil Darrow Strauss : The Pioneer of Sexism

'Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings:

it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquillity.' 

Neil Darrow Strauss an American Author, Journalist, and Ghostwriter knew by the pen names Style and Chris Powles, was born on the 13th of Oct, 1973. Best known for his book The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists, in which he explains his experiences in the seduction community in an effort to become a "pick-up artist."

Also, a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and also wrote regularly for The New York Times.

The turning point in his career that led him to earn Fame -

Strauss was cordially invited by Jon Pareles to become a music critic at The New York Times where he wrote the Pop Life column and front-page stories on Wal-Mart's CD-editing policies.

Strauss also contributed to Esquire, Maxim, Spin, Entertainment Weekly, Details, and The Source in addition to writing liner notes for albums by Nirvana and others. He has also appeared in Beck's music video Sexx Laws which also featured Jack Black, in Thirty Seconds to Mars video Up in the Air, and he made a brief appearance as a cancer patient in episode 4, season six of Curb Your Enthusiasm.

The War of Games and seduction

After leaving The New York Times to ghostwrite Jenna Jameson's memoirs, Strauss joined a sub-culture of pick-up artists known as the seduction community, creating the persona of "Style" in 2001 and pseudonym of "Chris Powles", eventually publishing an article in The New York Times about his experiences in 2004. In 2005, he published The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists, a book about his transformation into "Style", a pickup artist under the tutelage of Mystery. In addition to documenting his experiences with pickup artists like Mystery, Steve P, Rasputin (Hypnotica), Ross Jeffries, and numerous others, it also

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