Feminists, I've heard your cry. I hereby propose a change to our attitude at TheRedPill. Hear me out.
Our woman hating is misplaced. We missed what women really want from men. Let's change.
From now on, we must be nice. We must supplicate. If your lady is having an emotional and bad day, your job is to make her feel better. Did she post a picture to her facebook? Make sure you understand, she's having a "fat day" and wants validation. She's not fat! A few extra pounds are healthy! Encouraging women to be anorexic is bad. You should like her photo, and post a comment. "You look so good, honey!"
Did you ask permission before deciding to go to the bar with the guys? A relationship takes two. You need to have open communication. Decision making is a joint occasion, borne out of mutual respect. Thinking about buying a new television? Ask first. Maybe you should do extra nice things around the house for your woman, so the purchase is even.
Do you tell the woman of your affections that you love her? You should, regularly. Treat your woman right. You're lucky to have her.
Have a crush on somebody? Make sure to be there for her when the going gets tough. She'll realize your value when everybody has turned their backs on her but you. You're her rock. Emotional support is important to women. They want guys who can connect emotionally, see eye to eye.
Is your crush in a shitty relationship with a douchebag? Don't meddle! Women don't like it. She'll eventually wake up to the reality that she's dating a jerk. When they break up, though, don't make a move. That's taking advantage.
In the mean time, you can help her recover by watching movies with her. Make sure she knows she's pretty because her ego and self esteem is very low right now, she feels worthless because of this dick. Rebuilding her ego is step one to getting better. Step two, of course, is when she realizes on her own that you were the man of her dreams all along.
Wait until she has recovered from her relationship, and court her. Best way to do that is bring her flowers. Don't push, she will come to this on her own.
And most importantly men, if she doesn't see your value, she just wasn't the right one for you. It's her loss, but you did what you could. You just have to wait until the right one comes along. But don't worry, there's somebody out there for everyone.
Here's the golden irony, feminists. I know you're reading this. You don't like it when guys talk and act like us here at the redpill. It must really suck when people do things you don't like.
But the hundreds (and soon to be thousands) of men who discovered this subreddit are here for a reason. The reason is simple: Your position lacks intellectual rigor. The above advice is how men were raised. The above advice is how we brought up a generation of beta men who never find love. A bunch of frustrated chumps who did everything right, and just wanted families. Just wanted a good job and a nice house to take care of his family.
You did this to him. You changed him.
TheRedPill wasn't about sex. It was about love. When they realized they weren't getting the love their behavior promised, they started reading. How naive could you possibly be to think you could keep the charade going? Did you really think that telling the worlds biggest lie wouldn't get uncovered?
The reason we want to have sex with you, the reason we embrace the red pill behavior is because that's the only behavior you reward.
We've been exploding here recently. With over 700 members in less than two months, it was just a matter of time before we start getting negative attention. But I haven't seen one coherent argument from a feminist.
Instead of debate, instead of discussion we receive comments like "this is scary" and "you guys hate women." We receive mocking, but not counter-point. We receive shame, but no solution. All from you, feminists.
I hereby propose a new rule
If you've been linked here from another thread, dear feminist, then listen up, this rule is for you.
If you're going to claim to have an argument against red pill truth, you must first put up this information:
- The story of the last 10 people you've had sex with.
- How you met
- What they said, what you said
- how long between when you met and when you had sex.
- How many of them were relationships
- Your last relationship
- Why you broke up
- If you're still in a relationship, for how long.
Don't refuse our generous offer to discuss this with you. (Edited list to make gender neutral, it'd be interesting to see female feminist replies about their last 10 guys, vs male feminist replies with their last maybe 1 girl, if that)