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Red Pill Archives: Introduction

Rian Ston
December 3, 2019

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Almost a hundred subscribers! Welcome newcomers

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Greetings, everybody. Welcome to the red pill. We've got almost a hundred subscribers, in exactly two weeks! This is incredible.

Why have we grown so quickly?

Because there's truth in the red pill. Because men are realizing that the sexual marketplace has shifted away from what we've been taught. Men who grew up over thirty years ago are discovering the world has changed. Men who are still growing up- from the 80s, 90s, and even the last decade, they're starting to realize that what their parents taught them, what television and chick flicks taught them, what church and sunday school taught them... it's all wrong.

Our culture has become a feminist culture. A president cannot be elected today without succumbing to the feminist narrative and paying them tribute. How many times has Obama given credit for his manhood to his wife? How many times has the debate hinged on women's pay gap - which is a myth that gets lip service because if you don't you're a misogynist!

I'm not here to parade the concepts of Men's Rights- nor am I here to discuss self-improvement tips that /r/seduction now purports are to make you a better man, not get laid more often.

I am here to say, for better or for worse, the frame around public discourse is a feminist frame, and we've lost our identity because of it.

But this isn't the end of the world. The world is changing, but men are still part of it. We just need to make sure we're changing with it.

It's too easy to blame feminism for our troubles.

Men, our happiness is our responsibility. Culture has always shifted, it's dynamic and fluid. It has never and will never stay still.

Feminism was inevitable. Equal rights are something I strongly am in support of. For men and women.

Women have the right to pursue happiness. Nobody should tell them otherwise. Maximizing happiness is the goal of every living creature on this planet.

Men, we need to recognize that since women are rightfully seeking out happiness, evolutionary psychology is more relevant today than ever in the past century. (and possibly longer). We no longer run the show. And I, for one, don't disagree that marriage had to change if we were to see equal rights.

But now it's time to get serious and realize that our strategy needs to change. Feminism is a sexual strategy. It puts women into the best position they can find, to select mates, to determine when they want to switch mates, to locate the best dna possible, and to garner the most resources they can individually achieve.

The Red Pill is men's sexual strategy. Reality is happening, and we need to make sure that we adjust our strategy accordingly.

Welcome to the red pill. It's a difficult pill to swallow, understanding that everything you were taught, everything you were lead to believe is a lie. But once you learn it, internalize it, and start living your new life, it gets better.

As an introduction to the topic, I want to outline what our focus is here at /r/theredpill.

Mastering Game

Game is an important portion of a sexual strategy. A lot of you probably came here from /r/seduction and are probably wondering why we'd need a new subreddit if one dedicated to game already exists. The reason is simple: Game is a facet of The Red Pill's sexual strategy. Determining good game is impossible to do so without first understanding the context given by The Red Pill's framework. Something I keep seeing over on the seduction subreddit is a problem taking over most relationship and sex forums: the desire to feminize the discussion (basically making it sound politically correct if read by a female).

Yes, game got a bad reputation from girls who demonize manipulation. This is because game is an effective strategy against their own sexual strategy. I believe women's opposition to game can be attributed to the unconscious factors in women's sexual strategy (Please do read Schedules of Mating

When women started becoming vocal about their opposition to game, that's when men decided it would be necessary to make game more politically correct. "Oh, we're not here to manipulate women to have sex with us- we're here to become better men!"

And thus, the female imperative took over game. When men think they must define their own sexual strategy in a way that best delivers results to the female sexual strategy, you know your own strategy will suffer! In a game of chess, do I politely not take out the oppositions' queen in hopes not to offend or win the game?

Defining the Strategy

Because of the necessity to have good game, we must define what good game is. A large portion of Red Pill discussion revolves around evolutionary psychology. Understanding the facets of this psychology are key to developing a good sexual strategy. Because this strategy is useful not only in gaining the attention of the opposite sex, but continuing relationships, having children, and maximizing your own happiness throughout life, I'm going to argue that defining the strategy outside of just "good game" is an important facet of Red Pill Discussion.

Acknowledging Reality

Finally, I think our focus should always remain on ensuring that we challenge the reality we perceive and discuss precisely and objectively whether or not our beliefs line up with the testable results we can replicate. I am a firm believer that potential success can only be maximized by maximizing your knowledge of the factors surrounding your success. Keeping your eyes closed and ignoring evidence and facts will not benefit you. Opening your eyes and acknowledging everything no matter how good, bad, or painful it may seem, is instrumental in making decisions that will lead to the happiest, most successful outcomes.


Wouldn't be possible that if it's necessary to go trough all this to get a girl - is she really worth it? Or am I totally missing the point?

I think the problem spurs from this: Humans have an innate urge to sexuality. Where that sexual urge aims is irrelevant. This sexual urge can be described many ways- there's an urge to find happiness by settling down, there's the immediate urge to get off when you're aroused, and there's a mid-way urge when you meet somebody you're attracted to.

Unfortunately, this is an evolutionary drive. Without this drive, humans probably wouldn't have made it as long as we have. So it's important to note that it's pretty intrinsic to us as life forms.

In order for these urges to have an effect, there's a counter-measure put into place, making us unhappy when we're not fulfilling our evolutionary goals that stimulate our pleasure centers. There's a reason why being lonely isn't fun, because it's evolutionarily advantageous to seek out mates and even friends!

So, if she's work is she really worth it?

There's a myth that game isn't necessary if you just find the right one(TM). I would like to put this myth to rest. Game is a necessary component of being competitive in the sexual market. Of course there will be instances where tighter game helps more or less, and in some cases, if the girl you're going for has a significantly smaller sexual market value, you can make a lot more mistakes...

But your value in the sexual marketplace is somewhat tied to your game (and of course attractiveness as well).

So yes, game is required. Anybody who thinks game isn't necessary, that the red pill truths are extreme examples that should not apply- well that's a guy who ends up 4 years into a loveless marriage with a wife who wants a divorce.

The red pill truths aren't true to everybody.. until they realize they're not the exception they thought they were.

Wouldn't be possible that if it's necessary to go trough all this to get a girl - is she really worth it? Or am I totally missing the point?

Game and the red pill are both based on evolutionary psychology. It's not about a particular girl or gaining her attention, it's about understanding reality and hedging your bets.

Exhibit beta attributes in front of any woman and see how long it'll last.

How any of this applies to the gay community- I've got no clue.

I recommend giving this a read

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Title Red Pill Archives: Introduction
Author Rian Ston
Date December 3, 2019 6:58 PM UTC (4 years ago)
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