I see a lot of men that are just discovering the redpill coming on here and using their new found life philosophy as a vehicle to improve their sex lives with their wives. Although increasing sex life quality is a natural positive consequence of red pill, it is just that... a natural consequence. It shouldn't be a narrow sighted goal of being redpill. Pussy isn't the primary objective. Being a awesome ass, best version of yourself is the goal. You will see an overall gain in areas of your life, not just sex life improvement.
All you new and struggling guys on here need to let that sink in. The vast majority of women (excluding the outliers like crazies) are naturally attracted to men that are secure, own their behavior and shit, are assertive and not passive-aggressive, leaders (provide vision and direction), and guys with purpose. Redpill is about improving you. You are only thing in this universe that you have control over, so that's what it's really about. You don't have to be perfect (in fact you can't), but the probability of a good woman disrespecting or even leaving a man that exhibits strength in all the qualities above, AND who is always self improving, is very low.
For all the newbies and struggling men on here, I highly recommend a book that is NOT part of the sidebar reading, but really should be. In fact, I urge comments and discussion about this book if you've read it (or read it because of this post). It's called "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen Covey. The book is generally thought of as a business self help oriented book, but it's not. I found a TON of redpill truth in it, and I found it to be a great book for developing a strong character. The author hints a slight Christian spin, but I wouldn't call it a religious book at all. It spells out theories, examples and cases of how to be proactive in your life, how to effectively prioritize, how to envision a process from start to finish, how to view the world that is full of abundance and think win-win, how to get to mutual understanding in ANY relationship, how to be interdependent and synergize, and finally, strive for continuous improvement.
I found the book to be one of the most helpful books in my life. I recommend it to anyone! Own your shit and take control of your life. This book can and will help you do that!