As men, we've got to own up to our mistakes. And I'm going to own up to one of mine.
I didn't tell someone about red pill. But I did tell him to read No More Mr. Nice Guy, after I saw them getting walked all over by his girlfriend and putting up with a bunch of stupid shit from others that he shouldn't. They apparently also don't have sex for some reason. I guess he figured out the rest on his own because the next day someone asks him to pass the napkins and he says: "Alphas don't pass napkins". He actually used the word "alpha" in a regular conversation with people who have no context for it. Obviously he got a bunch of shit for that, and frankly it was deserved. He continued on that day going as far as to say that his Alpha-ness exempted him from completing basic responsibilities as well. He also devolved into some kind of weirdness where he was just insulting people for being intellectually inferior. He also called his girlfriend "my bitch" in front of a lot of people who are not privy to RP thoughts (which isn't bad because of sexism, it's bad because that's a dumb thing to do in front of that audience). He's an undergrad attending college associated with the medical institution I work at.
Now obviously he's got some problems. I suspect some form of mild autism; I've seen this before but I only have limited psychiatry training. That's why I gave him No More Mr. Nice Guy as opposed to the Rational Male. I thought it would be harder for him to misinterpret No More Mr. Nice Guy, but I guess he did his own internet search. So, that's my bad I fucked up and created an ineffectual slightly autistic douche.
See here's the thing. I know that this kind of goes without saying sometimes, but RP isn't a license for stupid behavior. The idea is to facilitate maximizing outcomes in the game that is life, not a blank slate for you to go around being a dumb asshole pretending to be Alpha and superior. This also highlighted something that I guess I never thought of, which is that you can't follow all of the advice on here literally. You are still responsible for making a sound judgement in all situations. The goal of that judgement should include direct benefits to yourself but our goal isn't to burn the world down. Anger is not the goal; winning is the goal. In order to navigate the world fully you have drop certain myths and morals and pick up a certain kind of consciousness, but the risk of clearing the table is that people who have inherent problems will twist what we talk about on here into their own bullshit anger and stupidity.
I fucked up in showing him No More Mr. Nice Guy at the wrong time. But all of his stupidity in his interpretation of it is his own fault. That being said, I'm not going to shame him the way the feminists are going to. But really, I'm worried this shit is going to get out of hand. He's not a real danger to anyone, or I really wouldn't have even brought anything up, but this isn't good. His anger will beget more alienation, which will beget more anger. Once he becomes socially isolated he's at risk for ideological drift in the angry incel direction, which isn't good for anyone. And at no point will he question whether he's approaching this wrong. Ironically to build a stable and healthy ego he has to question it first.
I'm going to keep a close eye on this, but I fear I made the wrong call.