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Controversial Interactive Map Ranks ‘Easiness of Girls by Country’

October 18, 2013 by Brett Wilkins in Sex, Women's World, World with 0 Comments
'Mission Impossible': According to 'Easiness of Girls by Country,' you're probably not going to get laid in Saudi Arabia.

‘Mission Impossible’: According to ‘Easiness of Girls by Country,’ you’re probably not going to get laid in Saudi Arabia. (Faeabdulla)

A controversial interactive map that claims to show how easy it is to “bang” women in nearly every nation on earth has gone viral.

Published on TargetMap.com, the same folks who brought you the wildly popular ‘World Penis Size Map’ a couple of years back, ‘Easiness of Girls by Country’ supposedly shows just that, with nations shaded in color-coded rankings ranging from dark green (“very easy to bang”) to dark red (“very hard to bang”). Yellow is baseline, or, “normal difficulty.”

Countries in the “normal” group include the United States and Canada, Israel, Japan and South Korea, all of Northern and Western Europe save Spain and Italy (where you’ll have to work harder, according to the map), Australia, New Zealand, India, and a swathe of Africa from Morocco clear across to Sudan (really?).

Nearly all of Latin America, all of Eastern Europe and Russia, all of sub-Saharan Africa, and much of Asia, from Mongolia and China down through Indochina, Thailand and Indonesia, are ranked “easy” or “very easy.”

At the other extreme, the ladies in Argentina, Spain, Italy, Algeria, Libya, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Burma and North Korea are considered “hard to bang,” while you can apparently forget about getting laid if you should find yourself anywhere in the Middle East (except Israel) or Sri Lanka.

Gawker reports Daryush Valizadeh, described as a “globe-trotting sex tourist” who goes by the pickup artist (PUA) nome-de-sex Roosh V, is the inspiration behind the map. One of his disciples, a published PUA named Nicholas Jack, gathered tales and tips from Roosh V’s Internet forum and used them to put together the controversial map.

Critics decry ‘Easiness of Girls by Country’s’ alleged objectification of women and sweeping generalizations. But while the map’s ethics and accuracy may be questionable, its popularity certainly is not. Although originally published eight months ago, it has recently gone viral, registering more than a million views as of Friday, and more than 200,000 visits in the past 24 hours.

What do you make of ‘Easiness of Girls by Country’?

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