Marni Kinrys

The Ultimate Wing Girl and Founder of The Wing Girl Method. Marni Kinrys gives the daily newspaper The West Australian an exclusive interview about the business of pickup artistry and how being a woman in the field gives her different advantages and opportunities for men who are in need of education, and the vitals to meet women in a world where discomfort, insecurity and confusion clouds the minds for those seeking the opposite sex.

From his home in Australia, journalist Drew Turney accomplished the interview with Kinrys via Skype, who resides in Los Angeles, and writes about not only what Kinrys’ work and career consists of, but the kind of person she is. “You don't expect [a pickup artist] to be a vivacious, friendly and engaging young woman. But that's what Marni Kinrys is. She calls herself The Wing Girl and makes a living helping men meet women no matter what their desires, from a one night stand to everlasting marriage.”

Turney continues, “Kinrys, who married her partner of seven years last year, calls herself your "best girlfriend". As soon as you realise the 30-year-old is serious about what she does and isn't like those sleazy "get lots of chicks" ads you see in the back of men's magazines, you learn something else about her approach that's refreshing.”

The article continues, as Turney goes into detail about how “[Kinrys] preaches a healthy dose of respect to her clients, instilling and maintaining it in themselves and the women they hope to meet.” Read the entire article here.

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Educated at University of Western Ontario (Canada) with a BA in psychology, Marni has been prominently featured on Fox News, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Marie Claire, Elle, Men’s Health, BlackBook, Penthouse,, Creative Loafing, AOL Personals and more. Marni is a contributing writer to Urban Male Magazine and a weekly guest on Rock 101 in Boston, MA. She was most recently awarded “World’s Best Female Pick-Up Artist” from the World PUA Summit in Hollywood, CA and awarded Worlds Best Wing Girl 2010 - Global Pick Up Conference.

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