We've certainly been a popular topic around reddit this week, so I thought I'd pop in to welcome the newcomers and talk a little about what we're doing here to keep us on course.
As the sidebar says, we're a discussion on sexual strategy in a culture increasingly lacking a positive identity for men. This has been our point since we started, and it continues to be our topic of discussion. What does this mean? Why do we post so much about hating women?
Why do we talk about men's rights, women's behavior, and other things when this is supposedly "sexual strategy?" Sexual strategy refers to developing an action plan to achieve one's goals. In this case, the goals are specifically goals for men. This includes things as simple as "how does one actually get a woman to have sex with him" and goes so far as to discuss some of the following:
- How do I protect myself as a man?
- How do I ensure a future with maximum prospects?
- What long term qualities give me best access to sexual prospects or long term happiness?
- Is sex good for long-term happiness?
- How do I navigate this social and political climate as a man?
Obviously, a lot of this seems unrelated to the act of sex itself, but make no mistake these questions have entirely different answers for women as they do men. They are, in effect, strategies for men. And they all intertwine. Sex, career, family, safety, and happiness are all branches off the same tree.
- Posts about Women's Behavior
It sure seems like we're just bashing women and getting our kicks from it. A lot of people even say that we're blaming women for our woes so we don't have to take personal responsibility. So what's this victim stuff? Are we just man children? What's going on?
One of the major problems that gives rise to people needing the red pill is that society tells absolute lies about women. Our culture repeats the pervasive myth that women are pure, good, and honorable, and that it is men that are the corruptive force. Women are so objectified in mainstream culture that they lack even the agency to take responsibility for the sex they have- when one has sex with a pickup artist, it's because he was manipulative and devious, not because she was attracted to him. She was simply tricked.
Consider for a second that this is actually a belief people hold- that there is a way to trick a woman into sleeping with you.
It's a thought that rarely promotes deeper thought into the subject, but when you parse out this idea, it directly implies that women want to have sex with somebody who is attractive to them, but not somebody who had to work to become attractive.
But when they repeat the thought terminating cliche, what typically follows is the negative stigma of dirty, bad men who are devious and cunning enough to confuse poor helpless women into sleeping with them.
So, why do we post about women's behavior? Because we're exposing the truth. Not the truth that women are worse than men- but instead that women are worse than our culture's idealistic view of women.
You might think some of the phrases we use are offensive, but that doesn't change their meanings and definitions. A woman can be a slut and ride the cock-carousel until she hits the wall and lands some beta-bux. Sounds like we hate women, does it? Well, that's their sexual strategy-- take it or leave it. A rose by any other name.
We remind ourselves that women are not perfect creatures, and we remind ourselves another fact that's easy to miss: women are not men! And that's a quick one feminism has been trying to pull on society for a while. That women are exactly the same as men. They go so far as to adopt the same words. "I'm a strong, independent woman!" Is she, though? Is she truly strong? Doubtful. The fact is, women are not as strong as men. "Women like equal relationships where both partners communicate, just like men do!" Again, another lie. Women do not communicate like men, and when you attempt overt communication, and start negotiating attraction, you quickly find that you will fail.
Attraction with a woman is covert. You cannot tell a woman "I'm high status and good looking, people like me. Now you should like me." Instead you must convey via covert communication. When other women appear to like you, you might spark her interest due to a thing we call "preselection." It's just one step in the large red pill handbook towards learning that women do not communicate like men. And again, this is why we point out countless times when women say one thing and then do another.
Maybe we should just clean up the message a little, so people understand...
Absolutely not, no way, no how. The fact is, women cannot stand the idea of men getting together like this and discussing what we do. It doesn't matter what the subject, or how politically correct we make it- women want to infiltrate male spaces and ensure they can define the tone, moderate the text, and modify our message. It's already well accepted that men's rights is a group that tries as hard as it can to be politically correct so women don't get mad at them. And guess what- it doesn't work. They're still considered a hate group. The men there go so far to supplicate women, they tell them "women are welcome! Let's modify our tone so that women feel more welcome!!" And no matter how far you push, and no matter how much you change- women will never be happy with it. Because women aren't looking for satisfaction, they're looking for control.
Anybody with experience with women and shit tests can tell you- they're not pushing the boundaries because they will be happier with more freedom and control. They're pushing the boundaries because they want somebody or something to push back. They want structure. They want rules. And by god, the west failed this major shit test by giving feminism a blank check. Water takes the shape of the container it's in.
So, no, we will not be modifying our tone to appease the unappeasable. We will not be censored or policed into a nicer tone so others are more comfortable with us. And for fuck's sake, we won't just focus on "self improvement" like that's all the red pill is. It's not. Stop trying to paint the red pill with pastel colors. That's just another politically correct half-truth. Yes, the red pill is about self improvement. But it's also about understanding the dark and sometimes unfriendly nature of the real world so you can adapt properly. It's not improvement for improvement's sake. It's improvement to gain better footing for success- sexually, professionally, and in any other endeavors you take. Do not sugar coat this truth- many of our improvements are not politically correct, and you shouldn't give a fuck otherwise.
As always, anybody trying to police tone or show concern that there's "too much of xyz" going on.. they'll be deleted and banned immediately. I don't have time for that shit. Anybody who says we've focused too much on one thing lately and things "used to be better" doesn't know shit and hasn't been here long enough to know fuck all. Men's rights, red and blue pill examples, and field reports are all core content that belong here.
Injustice is your morning shower, pain is your breakfast, and understanding is your cup of coffee. Internalize it. Stay awake to it. This is how you sharpen the sword. Not because it's whinging, but because you must accept reality before you can make informed decisions to best achieve your goals.
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