A St. Valentine’s Day Arousal Strategy for Men

The Information Age is a societal paradigm and period beginning in the last quarter of the 20th century and presently thriving in the second decade of the 21st century. The Information Age represents the evolution, emergence, consumption of and reliance upon Information and Communications Technology (ICT). In a mere four decades, ICT and its importance to humanity have led many to surmise that the planet and its human inhabitants are amidst an Information Revolution.

Mobile device technology, telecommunications, social media & cyberspace are just a few examples of humanities newest frontiers. In all of these arenas, they deal with the new intrapersonal and interpersonal dynamics of how humankind obtains exchanges and disseminates information. As humanity is at the beginning of the Information Age and with no manner to forecast its longevity or impact, historians will one day look back upon our generation and define the 21st century as when Information and Communications Technology (ICT) had its origin.

Given it is 2013 and anyone who reads this article is alive and thriving in the Information Age, it is natural to use the old tricks of chocolate, flowers or stuffed animals to express your love for her and show gratitude she is in your life. Instead of or in addition to the expected St. Valentine’s Day gifts you gave her last year, how about doing something Information Age creative? The strategy is easy, inexpensive and increases your odds of ending the night in bed and being bragged about to her friends and family? Remember this symbolic equation for all holidays.

Knowledge + Humility + Effort = Major Aphrodisiac!

Women are aroused by men knowledgeable about meaningful topics and can communicate them in a humble manner. Increasing knowledge and creative planning are easy using these systematic instructions. St. Valentine’s Day is a perfect time to practice the art of Information Age seduction. Below are 10 topics involving St. Valentine’s Day history, which will arouse her curiosity, intrigue her senses, and elevate her desire. Once you have mastered this strategy for Valentine’s, you can also apply the method for every holiday and special occasion. The strategy works 110% of the time and targets a women’s proverbial “Achilles Heel” of psychologically melting when she perceives her partner invested effort into making her happy.

Sensual seduction and female arousal involves 80% communication and 20% physical. The 10 facts below are common tidbits of information anyone can find online. Although basic facts on St. Valentine’s Day, they present a valuable weapon in the art of seduction. Thoroughly memorizing them followed by using creative applications is seduction personified.

The first step is learning the 10 facts well enough to repeat them to a friend or colleague. It is not necessary to know all 10 word for word, but the general theme. A technique to imprint the list to memory is using the bolding feature on your computer. Bold proper names, dates, and general themes of each factoid will take 20-30 minutes. After bolding all 10, commit them to memory through repetition.

Once memorized, the next and most crucial step is creative application. Creative application is brainstorming ways to communicate them in an innovative way. In addition to communicating these details, creative application ventures into non-direct methods. A simple technique can be written in the Valentine’s Day card. Most men rely on the message printed in the card followed by his terms of endearment and signature.

Instead, buy a blank card and write a message using one of the 10 Valentine’s facts listed below. For example, take fact #4, briefly write why the letter “X” became representative of a kiss, and then finish using #10 on why Doves represent love. The combinations alone are infinite. Another tip is the email message. For example, put #2 in the subject line with italics saying “Feast of Lupercalia.” In the body of the email, briefly describe the feast and how St. Valentine’s Day spent together will feel like the “Feast of Lupercalia.”

Have a little creative juice pulsing through your veins? Upload an image you download online, like in Google image search, upload the image to any free online image editor (, add your factoid and terms of endearment and then share it on her Facebook profile and include the image in an email attachment. The image pasted here took this writer 10 minutes to create using a free online image editor.


As stated, these 10 facts become part of your arsenal for seduction and your trail to victory is guaranteed. If you are single and out on the town looking to meet women, the creative step is minimal. In the single man meeting a single woman strategy, the goal is subtly discussing St. Valentine’s Day using memorized factoids. Emphasis is on being subtle and not being verbose. Once she expresses interest in St. Valentine’s Day, introducing other tidbits are acceptable. The goal is a humble manner devoid of being pompous or egotistical.

If married or actively dating, creative application becomes paramount. Using creative application is dictated by the time involved with a woman. If married or a couple for more than one year, creative application requires more planning. More strategic planning is due to her knowing your intellect, areas of interest, and hidden agendas. If past Valentine’s Day exchanges were dull, creative applications may be received with suspicion. Whether past Valentine’s Day activities have been dull or contrived, this strategy will most certainly heat things up and cause her to re-define how she defines the man who walks with her through life. The 10 Valentine’s Day facts are as follows.

I. Valentine’s Day dates back to the Roman Empire during the reign of Claudius. As legend has it; Emperor Claudius forbade men to marry believing bachelors functioned better as soldiers during wartime. Objecting to the Emperor’s statute, Bishop Valentine continued to perform secret marital ceremonies. Deemed subversive, Valentine was incarcerated with execution as punishment. Young people flocked to visit him. One young woman was the daughter of the prison guard. On the day of his execution, Valentine scribed a note to her signing it “Love from your Valentine.” This was on February 14, 269 A. D.

II. The Romans celebrated the Feast of Lupercalia. Lupercalia was a pastoral festival celebrated from February 13th through the 15th. The theme was to purify the city by expelling evil spirits releasing fertility and health. Lupercalia replaced Februa, an even older spring cleansing ritual held on the same date. This ancient ritual word, Februa, continues to thrive giving the month of February its name.

III. February 14th may be the celebrated day of St. Valentine’s, but during ancient Rome the 14th of February was celebrated to honor Juno. She was a Roman goddess, equivalent to Hera, the Greek queen of the gods. Juno was a majestic figure wearing a diadem on her head. The peacock was her symbolic animal. Juno was also the guardian spirit of women and marriage.

IV. The letter X is the symbol used in XO when signing a letter, card, or online message meaning a “kiss” is attached. X became the symbol of the kiss during medieval times. The vast majority of citizens could not read or write. Having few skills in penmanship, contractual agreements were signed writing the letter X. The person was witnessed writing the X and then kissed the X confirming validation.

V. During the middle ages, a custom each year was for young men and women to pick a name from a bowl predicting who would be their Valentine. Once their lucky Valentine was chosen, they would wear his/her name pinned to their sleeves for an entire week. From this custom comes the expression “to wear your heart on your sleeve.”

VI. Chocolate has historical significance symbolizing love, passion, and a gift for Valentine’s Day. Casanova, known as symbolizing the worlds “greatest lover,” ate chocolate believing it heightened his sexual prowess. As recent as the 19th century, doctors prescribed chocolate for their patients experiencing negative symptoms caused by a lost love. Also during the latter part of the 19th century, the Cadbury Company produced and marketed boxes of chocolate for loved ones on Valentine’s Day.


VII. Flowers remain the gift of choice on Valentine’s Day. Roses are most popular and red roses continue to be their color of choice. The color red and the red rose have symbolized love and romance dating back to ancient times. In Greek and Roman mythology, the red rose was associated with the Goddess of Love. Aphrodite symbolized love for the Greeks and the Romans had Venus.

VIII. Cupid is one of the most famous symbols of Valentine’s Day. Like many cultural symbols, Cupid represents love and romance. Cupid was the son of Venus, Goddess of Love in ancient Roman mythology. In Greek mythology, Cupid was named Eros and the son of Aphrodite. In both Roman and Greek mythology, Cupid was depicted as a child and not a portly baby with wings. Latin mythology introduced Cupid being chubby, naked, and adorning wings. His bow with quiver of arrows was not to kill, but induce love.

IX. The symbol of a heart is associated with Valentine’s Day. The custom of drawing a heart shape originated from early attempts to draw a human organ that few witnessed. Ancient cultures believed the soul lived in the heart. The theory of how the heart became a symbol of love is attributed to the Romans and Greeks. Greeks believed Eros and Cupid for the Romans were commissioned by their mothers to shoot unsuspecting victims with their arrows causing the person to fall hopelessly in love.

X. Birds are symbols of Valentine’s Day and two particular species represent symbols of love. Lovebirds and Doves are the two. Lovebirds found in Africa, are brilliantly colored and huddle close together with their mates. Doves are symbols of loyalty because they mate for life. Also endeared by humans are doves parenting dynamics. Doves mate for life and share in the responsibilities of caring for their fledglings.

How to arouse and seduce women on Valentine’s Day is an easy exercise to learn, devise, and implement. Women enjoy men they deem interesting and spark their intrigue. The technique of arousing her mind does not require a doctoral degree, but the effort involved is what will arouse. Arousing and seducing women using intellectual prowess are not just for Valentine’s Day. This technique can be used for every holiday and as a general approach for all occasions. The art of seducing a woman starts at the top, her mind, and then slowly working to other areas.



Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D.

Michael Nuccitelli, Psy.D. is a NYS licensed psychologist and cyber criminology consultant. He completed his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Adler University in 1994. In 2010, Dr. Nuccitelli authored the dark side of cyberspace concept known as “iPredator.” In November 2011, he established iPredator Inc., offering educational, investigative, and advisory services involving criminal psychology, cyberstalking, online predators, internet trolls, the dark side of cyberspace and internet safety. Dr. Nuccitelli has worked in the mental health field over the last thirty-plus years and he has volunteered his time helping cyber-attacked victims since 2010. His goal is to reduce victimization, theft, and disparagement from iPredators.

In addition to aiding citizens & disseminating educational content, Dr. Nuccitelli’s mission is to initiate a sustained national educational and awareness internet safety campaign with the help of private, state, and federal agencies. He is always available, at no cost, to interact with online users, professionals, and the media. To invite Dr. Nuccitelli to conduct training, media engagements, educational services, or consultation, please call him at (347) 871-2416 or via email at


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