Telling a woman what she wants to hear in order to get in her pants isnt exactly a ground breaking or controversial strategy, and anybody who claims to have never done it is either lying or a virgin.
I agree that most guys tell women what they want to hear to some extent in order to get laid.
Slight bends of the truth or omitting smaller details can help and be sustainable longer term.
wasn't suggesting to outright lie to women. He was suggesting that it would be best for smarter than average men to not over emphasize their intelligence in order to get laid and/or get into extended relationships. Women operate on emotions and they want to feel certain things. In general, they don't associate intelligent discussion with strong sexual feelings.
The 6'0"+, tanned, muscular guy doesn't emphasize his intelligence. He doesn't need to do that.
So pretend to be a "Woke liberal"
In general, men tend to be more conservative on average than liberal. The conservative-liberal ideology is a spectrum.
When considering pre-menopausal women, they only tend to adopt a conservative ideology after they get married. More religious than average women are more likely to be the exceptions to the rule on this. Millennials and now Gen Z are not known for religious practice. Rates of weekly church attendance in Judeo-Christian faiths is low in the United States and other Western nations in the Millennial and Gen Z age groups.
Today, if a man 42 or under (Millennial or Gen Z) is interacting with a woman 42 or under, it's likely that the woman is a liberal. This is even more true if the interaction is occurring in a larger city and the woman is childless and has a bachelor's degree or higher.
Some liberal women aren't obsessed with talking about liberal identity politics. They'll generally keep quiet about those things and these are women closer to moderate on the liberal-conservative spectrum. Additionally, there are some women who are actual moderates, and these are women who are capable of having discussions about political/social issues at some point in an interaction. I don't recommend most men discuss politics, religion, or controversial social issues prior to sex in most cases.
In general, it benefits most men to omit their political viewpoints to women, especially if they are moderate or conservative. Liberal men likely have more freedom to discuss political and controversial social topics with women and find agreement.
These days, it is quite common on Bumble and Hinge for women to request men swipe left if their political ideology is conservative.
When men focus on doing in-person approaches to arrange dates, they'll hear less about identity politics. It can still happen though. I can recall one instance in Dallas, TX where I was doing an approach at a bar's outdoor patio during the day. In the first few minutes of the conversation, the woman mentioned how it was an interesting adjustment for her to live in a conservative oriented state (Texas) as she had previously lived in coastal liberal states. It was obvious she was a big time liberal. It wasn't necessary for her to mention this because she lived within Dallas city limits and this interaction occurred in Dallas. The city of Dallas itself tends to be more liberal than the Dallas area suburbs. I said nothing about my own political viewpoints during this interaction and the interaction ended with a 5-7 minute conversation with me not asking her out on a date.