I found this link from ForeverAlone, where it's been circulating for a while now. It struck me as a particularly red-pill truth that surprisingly came out from AskWomen, the home of political correctness.
If you read the link, the question asked was whether girls react differently when hot and confident guys (read: alpha) pay them attention rather than ugly guys. Now, we at RedPill are aware that no shit, of course they do. Girls flock to alphas.
But AskWomen, which usually nurses and encourages the Nice Guy mentality, couldn't lie to themselves about this one.
I feel mean admitting it, but sometimes a compliment from a guy I am not attracted to is like a job offer from a company I am not interested in. It's not really all that flattering, and depending how it's done, it can feel a bit insulting.
When unattractive men have hit on me I have honestly been insulted. It's sort of like... someone seriously asking you if you want a minimum wage job.
This illustrates a pretty core redpill reality, which is that women are not only unattracted to beta guys - they are actively repulsed by them. They feel a sick sensation in their gut when they see an emasculated man. They feel an emotion similar to when someone steps in dog poop.
So remember this next time someone starts parroting about how nice guys and soft/gentle men win out in the end. She may marry you, but that don't mean she likes you.