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TRP is an ace up your sleeve that is not to be shared with others. (self.)

submitted by iHoldAllTheAces

After browsing TRP for a few years now, I have observed that there are a lot of posts asking how OP can share TRP with their friend/brother/father. I too, have asked myself this question, however, you must understand that there is little you can do. I myself was tempted to show my father, who was not necessarily blue-pilled but recently suffered a major loss on his side of the family. Instead of directly showing him TRP, I handed him a copy of No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert Glover- a socially acceptable version of TRP literature. That is literally everything you can do, the first rule of the fight club is the first rule for a reason. As tempting as it is, you cannot save anyone. You can lead by example but do not go around showing your cards to the public. You must play the game without explaining the game. If you absolutely must help someone, a copy of No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert Glover does the trick, do not tell them about the book, physically hand them the book when you are in private, this is not foolproof, it could still backfire, but understand the risks before trying to save someone.

TLDR: If you take anything away from this post, it is that people who you try to save will often pull you under too, be careful, understand the risks.

-iHoldAllTheAces


[–]AussiecuntTRP 185 points186 points  (14 children)

Good advice. If someone reads No More Mr Nice Guy and still doesn't 'get it' they just never will. You can not force someone to think. They can only do it for themselves.

[–]Troll_Name 57 points58 points  (4 children)

They can only do it for themselves.

+1 of these.

Whenever TRP is shared outside of TRP, usually the first thing that happens is alarms and flashing lights start cascading down the hallways. The second thing that happens is the world's fastest prisoner dilemma. Betas will loudly reaffirm their betaness like it's a freakish cult, because they're all in perpetual fear of the women who will never have sex with them or share any kind of value whatsoever.

Truth makes fear worse before it provides relief. People who can't handle the fear run back to their starting point and stay there, sometimes for life.

[–]Flintblood 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Kek. They’re like loyal prisoners or slaves or both.

[–]whimsyNena 11 points12 points  (0 children)

I wish I’d known this. I shared this sub with my very beta brother and he practically spun his head around in a circle because he was so offended.

Him: so I’m just supposed to be a dick? Me: that’s not what I said. Him: you said I shouldn’t care about [her] feelings... Me: yes. Him: so I should be a dick? I’m not going to do that! Me: you’re not marrying this women, you have other women you’re interested in and you want to know why none of them stick around! Him: I’m not going to stop being nice just because someone thinks women like assholes... Me: women do like assholes Him: no. They don’t. They like romantic men who they can talk to. Me: ...

This went on for about 45 minutes because he wouldn’t drop it. I was done with the convo, but trapped in a car with him. Never again.

[–]Aesthetic_God__ -2 points-1 points  (1 child)

This is what happens when I'm stoned in public. I run back to my starting point.

[–]korprus 26 points27 points  (7 children)

No More Mr Nice Guy is a great intro to TRP, but I dont agree with the idea that if you dont 'get it' after reading that book, there's no chance of becoming unplugged.

I myself first read NMMNG several years ago and while the book did help me begin setting boundaries, I was still determined to continue my bluepilled white-knightedness simply because I really thought I was not like most men, and that NAWALT.

It took my ex's jarring hypergamy and resulting anguish to really make me seek answers, and that's a sentiment I've come across here so many times that I think its true for 95% of guys that find this sub: You gotta get fucked over hard by a women, break-your-heart-take-your-money-kids-and-house kind of hard, to be able to understand TRP.

It's an extremely hard pill to swallow, and it requires some serious willingness to change a lot of things about yourself and your viewpoints. If you have a friend that's tearing his hair out, cant sleep, and cant understand how a woman could bring herself to do what she did, THAT'S the guy that's ready for TRP.

But back to OPs original point; be content that you've discovered a resource that puts you ahead of the curve, and focus on how you can use it to improve yourself. Helping yourself is a much more effective way of helping others through TRP, rather than telling them about it directly.

[–]JohnnySixguns 1 points1 points [recovered]

you gotta get fucked over hard by a women...

I disagree.

Been here a long time, also married for 25 years and TRP has changed my marriage for the better, shaped how I raise my son AND daughter, etc.

Not everyone needs a punch in the face to learn a valuable life lesson.

[–]UshankaDalek 10 points11 points  (3 children)

There's a saying, "The first red pill is a suppository." It was true for me, and I would bet it's true for most of us here.

[–]tornadoboy33 0 points1 point  (2 children)

I must be a moron, can you elaborate on this phrase? I can’t get it to click..

[–]UshankaDalek 1 points1 points [recovered]

A suppository is like a pill you take up the butt. The analogy is you don't swallow the red pill willingly--it has to be shoved up your ass for you to take it.

A lot of redpillers were happily bluepilled until we got burned really badly by a woman or by life. I'd heard RP truths before, but refused to even consider them until I got burned by hypergamy and was forced to face reality. Apparently, this is a very common experience.

[–]tornadoboy33 0 points1 point  (0 children)

True. True. I think we were all burned to get here, some worse than others. I got lucky myself.. found it young and wasn’t even dating the girl that hurt me. As we know, many have cheating wives and divorce rape stories.

As for the saying, I was looking way too deep into it. Trying to make some connection to a slow releasing pill that affects the area near it haha

[–]1Your_Coke_Dealer 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I’d say the degree that one gets “fucked over” varies greatly. Some men get their lives utterly destroyed by a divorce before finding TRP, others like you have a more mild situation of being strung along or having something unhappy about the dynamic of a marriage, others still have somewhere in the middle, being disrespected or cheated on. All this really affects is the severity of the anger phase anyway, which is an impediment to self improvement

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

This is really interesting. One of the things that comes off if you don't see the value here is that it's a bunch of old, divorced men just grasping at straws for why their wonderful wives left them despite all the misogynistic views represented here.

Then you understand this makes way too much sense. I had a trash ex and it was amazing what I learnt from her. Society teaches you a handful of them are duds but the rest are magic. Lol AWALT. I keep wishing i could have always known this but I can't because you have to get so fucked you question everything you know and then TRP saves lives

[–]tmporae 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Correct. The saying "when the student is ready, the teacher will appear" comes to mind.

[–][deleted] 68 points69 points  (2 children)

"Unfortunately no one can be told what The Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself".

[–]Mukato 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Very True and extremely basic analogy for this.

I tried to help someone with TRP, but they are still just as beta as ever and continue to suffer because of it.

[–]mattizie 48 points49 points  (5 children)

Gave my uncle my copy of "The Rational Male" after his divorce.

He didn't read it.

He's since found a "girlfriend" from Thailand and is trying to bring her into the country on a "partner" visa.

I've given up.

[–]Linut666 8 points9 points  (2 children)

Some people just never learn. Your uncle is doomed, sadly.

[–]mattizie 10 points11 points  (1 child)

I realised a while ago.

It's not his first "girlfriend", there was another one in Thailand before that. He was wondering why she didn't call for the last 3 weeks, finally tracks her down on facebook I think, asks her why she isn't calling him, and she says she "dropped her phone in the toilet" and now it doesn't work. The idiot buys her a new one and sends to her in Thailand.

Either way, he's helped me in the past with stuff, I borrowed his tools for 2 years. I didn't think he would read it, but I offered anyway because it was something I could do for him. If TRP ever goes "mainstream" and he figures it out, maybe he'll remember that I gave him the damn book how-ever many years ago.

[–]Trowawayantifap28 17 points18 points  (1 child)

I feel you. My dad married an ugly priestess who still after 4 years does not bring any money. My dad is a CEO of a good running buisness he has smv i can only dream off. But he went full retard on the jesus trail. He is so lost. It really hurts to see him go down.

[–]mattizie 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Fark, that's shit. You're right, mate: full retard. Just hope that he has enough sense to pass along his inheritance to his kids, keeps them on as members of the board, and doesn't do something stupid like donate everything to the church or his wife. Or does't write a will at all and drag everyone through the courts as everyone fights over what's left after legal fees.

[–]aaaGreg 121 points122 points  (2 children)

TRP is for those who already know but don’t understand. When you know things aren’t going like you planned and need to learn how to handle life’s hurdles. Not for those that don’t want to know. It has to happen on their own volition or never at all. Leave the saving to priests checking gutters.

[–]Troll_Name 31 points32 points  (0 children)

I really like 'know but don't understand' - it's a fast way to describe the kind of person who actually fits here. Someone who sees no injustice in family law will see injustice out of thin air when people talk about how to not get burned.

Wherever a constant assault is considered the natural order of things, self-defense will be called an atrocity. Those types cannot fit here and will prove it whenever challenged.

[–]2CasaDeFranco 68 points69 points  (4 children)

This sentiment is always repeated. Think as you like but behave like others.

TRP is like any unorthodox opinion, if you can illustrate some digestible points and it's well received, continue onward however know this.

The TRP is so counter to the public narrative, that most people cannot understand or will not believe sentiments that challenge decades of programming.

[–]Troll_Name 28 points29 points  (1 child)

TRP is like any unorthodox opinion

This immediately made me feel 1984 in my bones, and that's probably the best story for describing how the rest of the developed world reacts to TRP.

TRP makes you a rebel. Being a rebel makes you a target for everyone who just wants to court the master's favor.

[–]theoracleofbromaha 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Nope disagree. TRP is very very main stream now. Depends which circles you run with but even in a liberal world that I am in (Bay Area Tech) almost 90% of The men I encounter after having a few beers tell me they have either read and agreed with TRP or are lurkers.

[–]2CasaDeFranco 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Confirmation bias. Google engineer got fired for what reason then?

[–]jesper_lundqvist 32 points33 points  (0 children)

It is extremely difficult to change someone's mind in a debate. The type of conversation that happens is one where two people talk past each other rather than with each other. When push comes to shove however, reality speaks for itself. The Red Pill as a concept is too abstract and high-level to sell to someone who has a vested interest in their current worldview without significant resistance.

I think certain specific instantiations of the Red Pill such as frame and handling shit-tests can be shared because there are very clear consequences from not being able to master them. Theory comes from observation, not the other way around. If a friend sees the consequences of one instantiation, then another, then another, sooner or later it might hit them that these events are not independent and are in fact intricately linked. That is how people change their worldviews: not in one fell swoop, but in gradual increments that make it impossible for them not to join the dots.

[–]batfish55 27 points28 points  (1 child)

Here's another reason to STFU: Lazy journalists who don't dig very deep are often associating the entire manosphere the alt-right and neo-naziism. I read a casual association a couple of times a week. Don't need to be associated with that shit.

[–]AFthrowaway3000 20 points21 points  (3 children)

Exactly. Fight Club's first rule is priority!

[–]ChaosRevealed 10 points11 points  (2 children)

The first rule of fight club was designed to be broken. It falls in line with the whole anti-establishment rebellious theme that runs throughout the movie.

[–]Nicolay77 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Yes, but it stops preachiness and the 'cross-fit or vegan' syndrome.

Now you think before breaking the rule, and it fits perfectly with the message of this post.

[–]Ferocious245 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Good point. A clever reverse psychology tactic employed by tyler durden to recruit more members via other members.

[–]zazeeki 21 points22 points  (3 children)

Using my favourite TRP literature "The 48 laws of power" to digest this logically.

Law 3 - Conceal your intentions. Law 4 - Always say less than necessary. Law 19 - Know who you are dealing with, do not offend the wrong person. Law 39 - Think as you like, behave like others.

Upon recollection, none of the 48 laws provide a compelling arguement too tell someone about TRP.

But the above laws argue in the case of not telling people.

So I would side in favour of not telling anyone.

[–]iHoldAllTheAces 1 points1 points [recovered]

I love 48 laws of power too, probably one of favorite books of all time.

[–]throwaway2_5_5_2 23 points24 points  (7 children)

I read one chapter of NMMNG and thought it sucked. It just felt dull to me. I'm a huge fan or Jordan peterson though. He really helped me see why a "nice guy" is undesirable.

Should I give the book more time? Is just the first chapter bad?

[–]iHoldAllTheAces 1 points1 points [recovered]

I was incredibly red pilled when I first read it and I must say I agree with everything you just said, the first chapter was terrible, not that my writing is any better though.

[–]throwaway2_5_5_2 9 points10 points  (1 child)

Ok thanks, I'll give it some more time.

[–]illusiveab 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Get through the whole book on principle alone and give it time. The contents of it are second to none when considering improvement of yourself as a man and your relationships.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The repetition of "having their needs met in a timely and judicial manner" and not being okay with being "just as you are" got on my nerves a bit but overall definitely worth persevering with.

[–][deleted] 14 points15 points  (0 children)

I listened to it on Audible. When I start wanting do beta bitch bullshit I listen again. I start fuming when I listen to it because I can relate so much.

[–]Troll_Name 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Should I give the book more time? Is just the first chapter bad?

99 out of 100 writers can't start or finish a book worth a damn. If you want to look at this guy as a writer instead of a chadder then this is a perfect reason to judge the work. If you're not here as a literary critic, maybe give the body text a taste as well.

I often skip openings entirely; they're usually just talk-about-mes and crash course on the alphabet.

[–]gondur 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I'm a huge fan or Jordan peterson though.

Yes, I believe too Peterson is the gateway drug for mainstreamers who have the feeling something is not quite right about current social reality but can't put the finger.

[–]OmerShah00 1 points1 points [recovered]

Your mission in life is not to save anyone else; especially from themselves.

[–]Pestilence1911 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Two drowning people is not an improvement over one!

[–]BlackCraneStoic 9 points10 points  (0 children)

TRP is to ordinary people in a sense as spinach is to children. If you offer it to them they'll reject it in disgust but to well developed men we pound it down strictly for the benefits. Avoid giving peoole things they dislike otherwise they'll come to resent you.

[–]look_good 7 points8 points  (0 children)

this shit cannot be repeated enough. don't be a hero, learn to moderately hate people.

[–]ReasonFreak 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I concur with OP. I like to think of TRP as "Gnostic Masculinity." It's for the enlightened few rather than for the masses.

[–]EscapeTheGoat 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I have found that a sizeable number of men do actually understand the concept of not becoming "whipped" or being a bitch when in a relationship. I do have hope for the future and No More Mr. Nice Guy is indeed a great way to help people understand our viewpoint.

[–]Swoleygrowly 15 points16 points  (1 child)

I introduced TRP to my friends and they follow it religiously now, they would probably also follow me into a fire though. If your a strong leader and a role model for your social circle you set the narrative.

[–]Linut666 3 points4 points  (0 children)

You can lead a horse to water but you can’t get it to drink, so to speak.

[–]Gozsayin2 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Did your dad read it or aleast start? If he did have u seen any chances slight or other

[–]Ceeda 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I didn’t tell my friend about TRP, but i have tried to get him to start lifting. That was 8 months ago and he’s still fat as fuck.

I’ve given up. Even NMMNG would have been to much.

[–]FeelTheBernieSanderz 2 points3 points  (0 children)

What's your opinion of sharing RP's with a son/nephew (naturally in the language of bees and birds).

My strong opinion being, they are actively brainwashed by BP ideology so imparting this knowledge (whilst simultaneously being a strong male figure they instinctively give credence to) will counteract the programming and give them an unassailable boost in the SMP when the time comes, and not suffer like we did. It is a duty to prevent such suffering in my humble opinion.

So there may be contention imparting 'scary truth' to a child, then what are Grimm's fairy tales? Children in today's society live in a cloud of dream and delight, except soon they feel themselves falling through the cloud with nothing to latch onto.

Finally, from my estimation, fathers before the advent of feminism were brutally honest and self-censorship/political correctness wasn't even a factor. Fathers were very open their son is an heir, not just a fleshy meatbag, soy latte consumer-goy in the making. I feel my father was the first victim of feminism but the shroud of 'good times' blinded him from the future of his lineage.

[–]metallicdrama 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Fuck other people. Pandas that fuck to save the species will just fuck. You can’t save people. People that want to save themselves do find their way. Fuck other people.

[–]Guardian_of_Justice 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Also, doesn't having more TRP men bring more competition to the table, hence diminishing the advantage we have, which raises the bar even higher for men, since 20/80 rule has to hold? For a selfish reason, sometimes i do not want to help others to get pilled

[–]uwey 2 points3 points  (4 children)

Law 10: INFECTION: AVOID THE UNHAPPY AND UNLUCKY. You can die from someone else's misery

They can be your best friend, your relative, your kids.

Stand with anybody that stands right, stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong.

Simple.

[–]Nazmanito 1 point2 points  (2 children)

That's hardly an advice, when you will be in misery (and there are some things you can't control in life) and alone, you'll regret it

[–]uwey 0 points1 point  (1 child)

I am not intended to limit the literal mean of a law, and to execute it to extreme.

Of course life can be unexpected, and that is why you need a friend and family but not trust someone so much that your life is depend on it. Treat them accordingly, and if they no longer generate value in you life, help them but don’t get drag into the disaster.

To be a man also means that you will have to build options and fallbacks, if you are type of man that only have limited options, then eventually you will have no leverage because you feed on value, not other way around.

Man must generate and be attractive based solely on value, that is the bottom-line. Or not and forfeit the opportunity to be a man. Regret and emotional is a female luxury, internalized and ignore pain (alone, pain, suffering etc) to push forward make man bold.

[–]JacobTheArbiter 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You will never have a fruitful LTR if you part with someone the moment they are "wrong", you must instruct and correct.

[–]Foutaises- 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I showed TRP to my brother, who has been abused by his low SMV wife since they had their first kid a couple years ago. All he found to say was “I guess there are guys who are in worse situations than mine!” Some people are so blue-pilled there’s just no way to save them.

[–]bookloverphile 4 points5 points  (6 children)

What are the risks of telling someone about TRP though?

[–][deleted] 23 points24 points  (3 children)

Them thinking you're crazy and/or a misogynist and telling other people that you're a crazy misogynist.

[–]130East 4 points5 points  (0 children)

"Them thinking you're crazy and/or a misogynist and telling other people that you're a crazy misogynist."

This is not hyperbole or an overstatement. I learned the very hard way. Always remember rule #1

[–]bookloverphile 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Oh okay, yeah, probably best we keep trp secret then lol

[–]Linut666 1 points1 points [recovered]

You’ll get called all types of things like”Sexist, misogynistic, homophobic, xenophobic, arachnophobic nazi” and what not. Ig you are confident in your RP beliefs you shouldn’t really care about the opinions of sad bluepillers.

[–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (0 children)

I don't agree. Yes, having strong frame and not letting the opinions of other people sway your outlook is essential, but you also have to accept reality. Your employer, your wife, even your friends and classmates, these people can have a large, tangible effect on your life, whether you like it or not.

Telling people about TRP on the basis "IDGAF about their perception of me" is foolhardy. TRP may revolve around facing some of life's most intense challenges but it doesn't involve creating them for no reason. Being viewed as a misogynist can have serious, life altering consequences, regardless of whether or not it's justified.

[–]Frenetic_Zetetic 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I personally thought No More Mr. Nice Guy was telling me what I already knew; more like confirming it.

You can't share this stuff.

There's too many variables in personality and behavior, it's akin to trying to guess which wire to cut to detonate a device in a movie.

Not worth it most of the time.

[–]QuickieStart 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The master will appear when the student is ready.

[–]1Jaereth 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I've found since like 2013 that most of implementing the principles discussed here in your life is just not being lazy.

Lifting isn't rocket science, you just, have to do it. All the time. If you get lazy your progress will stagnate.

Grooming yourself well and looking good require work every single day. It's not for the lazy to be as attractive as they possibly can.

I mean all the literature you need is right in the sidebar here. I went from an AFC to successful by spending hours reading and discussing the way social interactions with the opposite sex really work. But those were hours. Most guys just won't put in the time.

The thing is, most bitch boys I know from school or my circle of friends, any of them could be alright if they just put the work in. There's that fundamental problem. They won't.

Why go evangelize to them. Never seemed smart to me but there are countless posts about it on here like you said OP. Now if a friend comes up to you and asks "Hey man, how are you so successful in X?" well that's a different story. But there is really no reason to waste your time or energy laying out a blueprint for a impenetrable fortress of a life to a guy who's too lazy to even pick up the hammer and take the first swing at it.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You can't share this even if you wanted to. People aren't ready to be unplugged. Haha I don't think any of us would be if we realized we wouldn't be Neo but instead the fucking bald guy that no one liked.

[–]wdl2017 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I believe that the redpill finds you and that it's better if I don't try to explain it. Just keep it as an "ace up your sleeve."

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 0 points1 point  (4 children)

Well after years of Red Pill apparently you still have a defensive beta male conflict averse mentality. So what if you piss people off? Since when do alohas care?

Also your understanding of Red Pill is obviously rote Sperg regergitation of platitudes.

Finally there is no socialy acceptable Red Pill because the Red Pill is be definition not socially acceptable. That's what makes it Red Pill.

[–]Guthix4Days 9 points10 points  (3 children)

Most people do care about being socially ostracized because our ape brains are evolved to seek to be part of a group. 10k years ago if you were kicked out then you got eaten by snow gorillas or got clubbed to death by painted men.

It's easy for alphas to not give a fuck because they have so many friends / circles that they can cycle between, and cut out those who are trying to hold him down. This isn't the case for reforming betas / redpill pinkies, who have everyone they know turn on them for trying to escape bluepill-ism.

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 3 points4 points  (2 children)

Most people concern themselves with seeking pleasure band avoiding pain. Our society is one of anasthetics and substitutes. So at a core fundamental level if you are like most people and use that as a justification you are a loser.

The best way to escape bluepillism is to purge garbage losers from your life and find real friends.

But yea stay in that scarcity mentality tell me how it goes.

[–]Guthix4Days 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Perhaps I should have added that to my comment but I'll add it here. I'm not suggesting that you should hamster that as an excuse for inaction. What should be done is cutting ties with those who would see you fail / revert to betatude and form friendships with people who appreciate you and don't know the old beta you.

[–]monadyne 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Most people do care about being socially ostracized because our ape brains are evolved to seek to be part of a group.

The "most people" you are referring to here are called "betas." Alphas Don't Give A Fuck, not because they have lots of friends, but because they don't give a fuck whether they have any friends or not.

"I feel so alone! Nobody understands me!" ....said no alpha male ever.

[–]ReformingBeta 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Thanks for this post. I dusted off my copy of NMMNG and reread it. I had been backsliding. Back on track again.

[–]juju515 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I got my sister to take the red pill...

it was fun... xD

[–]Oland_Devo 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Op is right. I've tried to explain TRP to many of my BP buddies... Dudes you'd just love to be woke, so they can go wing with you when you go out and improve their lives.

Alas it is useless. Nobody wants "help" and just expect everything will fall into their laps with no improvement.

I on the other hand was reccomended TRP from a good buddy except I have a past history of reading Niel Strauss' "the game" and David deagelo's "double your dating" amug other PUA stuff for years of my younger times. I took the pill pretty quickly after reading the handbook.

[–]Werewolf35b 0 points1 point  (3 children)

You guys often post a PDF link to the book here, right?

Ahem.

[–]1Sir_Distic 2 points3 points  (1 child)

1st, you can find almost any book online if you're not lazy. 2nd, that book is well worth the price. Get a physical copy and keep it in the bathroom to read while you shit. It'll keep you off your phone checking social media for validation and you'll grow as a man.

[–]Werewolf35b 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Me asking for it was an attempt to find it online.

I don't use social media.

But, uh thanks for the details on your bathroom habits, I guess.

[–]benmarvin 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Sign up for a free Audible trial and listen to it on your commute to work

[–]the-old-right 1 points1 points [recovered]

This is why feminists are winning

[–]BurnoutRS 14 points15 points  (0 children)

and when an upstart redpiller is ousted and his entire peer group shuns him as a misogynist, and he hasnt yet found the strength to say "fuck them anyways, Im doing me"

"Every time I try to get out they cuck me back in" -Beta Billy

or, god forbid, he kills himself.

[–]unoboi -2 points-1 points  (1 child)

Only came across this subreddit like 2 mins ago. Can someone please tell me what being blue-pilled means and what you’re saving people from when you give them a copy of No More Mr Nice Guy?