Social Clout: 5,791 Twitter followers Twitter Handle: @Theguyliner URL: The Attraction Institute was founded by Leigh Louey-Gung, who made the site after experiencing frustration about the “Seduction Community.” It made him try to be a generic stereotype of a man instead of the man he wanted to be.
The Attraction Institute ditches techniques and tactics in favor of tearing down the barriers that guys subconsciously put up.
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