Long time lurker here, first time poster. Before I begin my post, I want express how thankful I am for this community. All my life I've never related to other women, and thanks to this subreddit I know there are women out there that think and feel the same way as me in regards to their worldview. Also, this is my throwaway account because I'm a closeted red piller.
Long story short, I was raised by an narcissistic single mother that constantly let low-life, loser men in and out of my siblings and I's lives. I also grew up without a father, because my mom "wanted" to be a single mom. I can't comprehend why she would want that, especially when the statistics show that fatherless children fare much worse than those in two-parent families. On top of her abuse, I also grew up poor and as such am having to launch into my adult life without much support. I'm 18 right now and am managing okay, but my life isn't easy seeing as I work full-time and go to college full-time. I'll be moving out for university next year though, which will be nice. Anyways, my upbringing has really turned me off of the whole concept of modern feminism and the breakdown of traditional values present in western society. Because of this, I've never "fit in" with normal girls because they all buy into the feminist rhetoric the media spews for the most part.
I think is is one way a woman could be red pilled. She sees the nastiness of modern society from a young age and experiences how psychologically damaging it can be first-hand, and as such she is turned off from it and is in search of a more traditional life in adulthood. Granted, I would say it's more common for girls like me to just turn out like their mothers, but it's just a thought I had. I wonder if any other women here can relate.