Since we’re clarifying the focus of RPW, there have been a lot of questions about which strategies are on-topic, and which strategies should even be considered Red-Pill.
We're opening discussion beyond marriage as an end goal, including the discussion of a new Sexual Market where men are less likely to marry.
The question of becoming a plate is often raised and the false dichotomy of: “If we aren't focusing on getting married, are we then advocating becoming plates?” is inevitably asked.
I wanted to clear this up quickly before I post the new subreddit rules.
What is a Plate?
A Plate is a woman who willingly has an ongoing sexual relationship with a man with no strings attached. Any casual sex with no relationship, exclusivity, or commitment is a plate.
The conversation about the Sexual Market Place and the advantages or disadvantages of attempting to move into a relationship with a man via plate-hood is entirely on topic here, albeit a risky proposition. I want to make it clear that for women, being a plate is a poor long term strategy, and will be considered off-topic. Here's why:
If a woman wants casual sex, or no-strings-attached sex, she already knows how to get it. This takes almost no effort. Whereas when men pursue sex, they often severely sacrifice a great amount of their time and attention for a hookup. Conversely, the supply of casual sex for women is unlimited, and takes zero energy or strategy to get it.
The discussion here will hopefully highlight why casual sex in and of itself is a bad strategy for one's own happiness (for women), and will hopefully dissuade anybody from considering it as a good life goal. Most importantly, it is a core tenant of The Red Pill. Much like there is no discussion on /r/TheRedPill where men to discuss how to become beta orbiters of women, it makes little sense to discuss on /r/RedPillWomen how to get sex.
Why is this an important distinction?
Although commitment-free sex for women does not require much in the way of strategy, commitment-free sex may very well be part of a strategy. There should be discussion on the nuances of this strategy, all risks and/or benefits should be weighed.
This leads us to the new rules, which will be posted shortly, but I will highlight one of them here:
Sexual Strategies should be from a Red-Pill Perspective
Sexual Strategies or discussion of actionable advice requires either a thorough Red Pill rationale or must be backed by currently existing and accepted Red Pill theory.
Strategies for securing no-commitment sex from men will not be discussed. This is not only incongruent with the desires of the vast majority of women, it is also so easy to do that no "strategy" is required.
Plate theory and sexual dynamics in a new culture that is ultimately rejecting marriage 1.0 and 2.0 is on topic, provided that they are discussed as means to an end rather than an end in itself.