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Alpha Game: Meta-ruination

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August 20, 2013
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http://alphagameplan.blogspot.com/2013/08/meta-ruination.html


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Title Alpha Game: Meta-ruination
Author redpillschool
Upvotes 6
Comments 3
Date 20 August 2013 07:42 PM UTC (7 years ago)
Subreddit TheRedPill
Link https://theredarchive.com/post/174962
Original Link https://old.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill/comments/1kr5n5/alpha_game_metaruination/
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[–]FortunateBum5 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

What I find hilarious is I've been thinking lately that no woman will ever be satisfied - ever. Women love to bitch about everything. There will never be anything a woman says is just right. And this article just reinforces my thinking.

I think the best way to deal with female complaining is to completely ignore it. Any other approach I've tried in the past has proven fruitless. If she suggests solutions, then yeah, start listening. But common, everyday, ordinary bitching? Yeah, just ignore it.

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

If I remember correctly Princess Fiona (from Shrek) also suffered from body image issues and insecurity which are traditionally female characteristics. What I took from the movie was that her strength (the kung-fu jazz) was a front for her emotional weakness. In the end she was "saved" by accepting her shortcomings and allowing Shrek to love her and take her for her true self (the ugly fat ogre).

So kind of a laughably bad example to choose, but the message still has some truth to it. The way I see it women need to start seeing and accepting that they can be super heroines and kick ass, but that doesn't give them the right to be hardasses who never admit when they're wrong and pretend to have no weaknesses.

[–]_whistler1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Every woman who has ever born a child is more courageous than the average man who has never knowingly risked his life. Every woman who goes to her marriage a virgin has greater character than the average man. But because feminists are actively opposed to genuine female character and courage, they have attempted to make virtues of ersatz and imitative male characteristics that not only render the subsequent female characters incredible, but boring.

This. Soooo much this.

I get frustrated by this sub sometimes, because I see a lot of posts and comments that basically amount to "X woman is weak/dishonorable/lacking in some way, which is to be expected because All Women Are Like That". I get it - women do all share certain characteristics of their gender, obviously - but this isn't the entire truth. People are weak. People are dishonorable, and foolish, and unworthy, and lacking in so many ways. But people also have character, and can be honorable, and wise, and worthy, and full of strength. Sometimes it depends on the person. Sometimes it depends on the day.

And this is where AWALT goes just as wrong as NAWALT. When we say beware of thinking NAWALT, we should be talking about hypergamy, and fitness testing, and solipsism, and all the characteristics women share in common. Some - not all, probably not even most, but some - in this sub take it further, though, and seem to think that literally every woman out there is defined by her weaknesses. The passage I quoted above speaks my own belief, and is the reason why I love & adore women: not because my mother told me to, not because society demands I subjugate myself, not because vagina. My love for women is conditional: I love them when they are women of feminine character, feminine courage, feminine worth. Just as I expect a woman to respect me when I am a man of masculine character, courage, and worth.

Different value sets, but complimentary. This is a deep truth of the Red Pill, and I just get tired of the bitterness and hate-spewing sometimes. I understand why it's that way - there's a lot of damage among us, and healing takes a long time - but I guess every now and then I feel like spewing something a little more positive.



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