I've had quite a lot of experience with guys who get laid a lot, as in a hundred and more women. In every case, as I've pointed out before, they were cowards, liars, sometimes perverts, often drunks or drug users, and had emotional problems. They were self-centered and immature, oftentimes covered up with a superficial charm.
In other words, they were low-value "omegas." Most of the ones I've met oftentimes belonged to the scum/deviant/criminal class. And even if they didn't, and were educated and made a lot of money....they were still sleazy, their relationships never worked out (due to chronic cheating and seeing more than one woman at a time), and they were impulsive and their money just flowed through their fingers like water.
The Manosphere, as it often does, gets the definition backwards. What it thinks are "high-value alphas" are in reality "low-value omegas."
Here I must make a digression. My last semester in college I was informed I was short a class in Philosophy. The only class that was half-way attractive was Buddhism (as compared to say, Epistemology) so I signed up for it.
I got really, really lucky. My instructor had gotten his Ph.D. from Yale and had gone to India for his B.S. to get the original teachings about Hinduism and Buddhism from the source.
He informed us throughout life we were going to run across a lot of nonsense about Buddhism, from people who knew very little about it. He was right.
Again, I have lost count of the people who think Buddhism is about having "no desires." Our instructor informed us that was nonsense, the Buddha never taught that, and everyone has desires and that's the way we are built.
What he taught was that everything changes, we try to cling to that what gives pleasure, it changes, and so we can never be happy. Many thoughtful people have noticed this throughout history (I remember that even the nutcase Freud wrote about it).
Much of the Manosphere thinks that being popular with women and having lots of sex brings happiness. This is taught by the nutcase and fraud Roissy, the buffoon "Roosh," along with others.
So here is what happens: you have sex with a woman and it's very pleasurable. The pleasure goes up, then it goes down and goes away.
That is the nature of pleasure. Up and down, up and down. But instead of realizing the problem...people cling to the pleasure. And that's a huge problem.
The PUAs I've met never got happiness from one woman. They got pleasure, which went up and down and then went away. So they went to another woman and the cycle repeated. So they tried drugs and alcohol.
Same thing. The pleasure goes up and down, up and down. They kept trying to cling to it, desperately seeking to make it last. And it never did.
Here I make another digression. I can't remember what class it was, but the Greeks noticed that "arete" leads to "eudaimonia." In other words, excellence in life leads to well-being.
Pleasure is not well-being. Pleasure is transitory and goes up and down and then goes away. It is short-term, oftentimes very short-term. Like minutes.
Well-being, on the the other hand, is long-term, sometimes for years or decades. And you get it though excellence in life.
Being "high-value" really means "excellence." But since having a lot of women and having sex with all of them doesn't bring well-being but instead transitory pleasure...it's not excellence. That's another adolescent Manosphere delusion.
Every culture that I am familiar with has taught the difference between the transitory nature of pleasure ("sex, drugs and rock 'n roll" - which will destroy your life if you obsessively cling to it) and true well-being.
The Manosphere overwhelmingly teaches that excellence and well-being comes from being an "alpha" and getting a lot of women. But again, what it teaches as the characteristics of an "alpha" are in reality the characteristics of an "omega...and you sure aren't going to get well-being from going from woman to woman to woman. In reality you'll wreck your life - and I have seen it more than once.
I've seen them die from leading the wrong life. "Pride goes before destruction"? "A haughty spirit before a fall"? "Hubris followed by nemesis"? The Manosphere teaches none of it.
What it often teaches is the road to destruction. And it doesn't even know it's doing it.