Sunshinemary, a woman, showed up here and among other things made a comment about the morality of game.
Even if Sunshinemary decided game was immoral (for Christians or in general), this would not be an anti-game argument. Moral arguments against game aren’t actually arguments against game, and they’re completely useless. To assume that game is immoral requires that you believe game works and is not a scam. There would be a moral argument against game if it was actually leading to promiscuity. However, We know that game doesn’t exist so that isn’t the case. Anyone doing game is just doing a strange pantomime near women which can have no moral argument for or against. The only moral arguments against game are related to it being a scam. First, promoting game is immoral because promoting a scam is immoral. Second, promoting feminism is immoral so using game to promote feminism is immoral. (This is done by people from Susan Walsh to Dr. Manginalove.) Third, using a scam as a gateway into other scams and immoral ideas is immoral. (Game is used as a gateway into the paleo diet, white vagina nationalism, etc.)
Moral arguments against game still buy into the game worldview instead of questioning it. Christians arguing against game typically just want a Christian sanitized version of it. They don’t want to learn if it actually works or not or where it came from. Pointing out that game is a scam started by known internet scammer, Eben Pagan, will only get you attacked by Christians and others who supposedly find game immoral. They need to believe game works to support their worldview. It also gives them a (fake) devil to fight in supposedly promiscuous gamers which allows them to pretend that they are moral crusaders for Christ.
What this means is that moral arguments against game are still a part of the MDAD (the Misandrist Dating Advice Distraction). Moral arguments about game do noting to actually free men from the worldview of game or of dating advice in general.