Just a quick reminder that Red Pill examples are all around us and that the blue pill women have got it wrong.
During my lunchtime browsing and keeping up with the news and so forth, I stumble across a piece that doesn't really belong in my trawling. However, the title screamed Red Pill at me, so I figured I'd double check.
The article was entitled Jennifer Lawrence talks love life after Chris Martin: I'm single because I'm picky. Now before you click the link, let's make some predictions based upon what we know about Jen and about TRP theory. Jen is extremely successful and has press telling her she's a 10/10 beauty. (In my humble opinion, she's at most an 8, but remember... objectivity is irrelevant for women. I've seen 5s confidently declare they're easily HB8s.) So her view of her SMV will be stratospheric - 11/10 level. Therefore she'll only date 12/10s. The sort of men who have looks, muscles, status and bank big time, or a man with truly supreme status within his industry and the public view. From that alone, we already know the title is a rationalisation because she's not going to be attracted to many men. It's not that she's picky, it's that she's so successful that her pool of potential men is ridiculously small. This is not "where have all the good men gone?" this is "why are there no men in the first place?"
We can also assume that she probably shit tests off the charts as a result of this. Giving a girl absolutely everything will make her completely entitled to the very very best of top tier men. So let's turn to the article now and see what we can find that supports or refutes these predictions.
She is one of the most desirable women on the planet but Jennifer Lawrence as revealed that she is extremely "picky" when it comes to men. Speaking to America's Glamour magazine, the Hunger Games star revealed that despite the constant speculation surrounding her personal life, she rarely feels attracted to someone.
Straight out the starting gates and here we have it. Check the emphasis. Her perceived SMV is so high, even in Hollywood she can't find men with the stratospherically high level of SMV required. Women only feel attraction to superior men, and her dating pool is tiny.
"I'm picky. I feel a spark very, very rarely. And it's really only about spark for me. Not really anything else. You should see some of the people I find attractive. You'd be shocked," she said. "I don't, like, date a lot. I don't meet a lot of guys who I want to go on a date with. I'll find a guy attractive maybe once a year."
Emphasis mine, the last bit is just reiteration of the previous point. The rationalisation here is that she's picky because there's no other way to explain why she doesn't feel the fee-fees for many men. Once a year. It's all about spark just reaffirms what we know, women tend to follow their feelings first on things. Attraction is non-negotiable. "The spark" is either there or it isn't. That's just womanese for attraction. (Because they can't actually say shit straight up because fee-fees are very important.) After all "there's no spark" is much nicer than "I don't feel any attraction for you. In fact, you showing romantic interest in me, when I'm not attracted, repulses me."
Finally, let's keep this balanced: maybe I would be shocked at some of the men you find attractive. Though I bet I could still explain it. Status trumps all. So perhaps my statement that she wants looks, muscles, bank and status is a little much. Perhaps she's referring to guys like Jack Nicholson.
The screen siren, who currently stars in semi-biographical comedy drama film Joy, previously dated her X-Men cast mate Nicholas Hoult. In August 2014 she was romantically linked to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, 38, following his split from ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow. The couple are said to have ended their turbulent relationship in 2015.
Her taste in male status is going up. Not surprising considering how she's become more and more successful in the past few years. There aren't many men in music with higher status than Chris Martin. Given the sort of music he writes, I'd say he's pretty blue pill and submissive, so combine that with the shit testing levels I previously predicted... a turbulent relationship is not remotely surprising.
While the prospect of being alone might frighten some people, the Oscar-winner insisted that she didn't believe she was lacking anything by choosing to stay single. "I'm not a lonely person. Me not dating someone is not a lack of anything in any way," she explained. "I feel completely fulfilled. Yes, when I spark with someone, it's exciting, but I definitely don't need that."
A woman rationalising that she doesn't really want what she can't seem to get? Nothing to see here guys.
Her frank revelation come just weeks after she admitted to sharing a secret smooch with her Hunger Games co-star Liam Hemsworth, who plays her character's best friend Gale Hawthorne. The pair have been dogged with romance rumours ever since they first showed off their on-screen chemistry in the first instalment of the franchise back in 2012.
"Liam and I grew up together. Liam's real hot, what would you have done? Yeah," she said during a game of Plead The Fifth on Bravo's Watch What Happens with Andy Cohen.
This is the most interesting. The woman attracts the most top tier of men that other women would happily murder their entire family in order to fuck, and there's clearly some physical attraction. But they grew up together, so she's seen his beta side (and make no mistake, no man is alpha all the time throughout his entire life. It's impossible. That's why we encourage you to take time away from your women and hang out with the guys, so they don't see the moments of non-alphaness. Only the guys who don't care about that will.)
I would say this statement that she'll smooch such a high SMV guy... but won't date him... is a very clear indication that status trumps all. She won't settle for reasonably high status men. No, she's got to have the very highest of the high.
Feel free to jump in with your own thoughts. Keep your eyes open and you'll spot all women act exactly as TRP explains they will. None are immune.