The Red Pill subreddit reddit backup site!

Just in case you were looking for it, all announcements regarding http://www.reddit.com/r/theredpill will be made here, in case anything should happen (which we don’t think it will).   Stay tuned.   Red Pill Reddit subreddit TRP redpillschool reddit.com theredpill redpillschoolRedPillSchool is the head moderator of the forum http://www.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill and and a fantastic saxophone player.More...

Top 500 Red Pill Posts Archived 5/2015

Top 500 Red Pill Posts Archived 5/2015

May 8, 2015

Courtesy of user vandaalen, our top 500 posts have been archived for your viewing pleasure. We’re hosting them here if you want to peruse the archive, or you can download your own copy and do with it what you want.   Without further ado, here’s the archive. redpillschoolRedPillSchool is the head moderator of the forum http://www.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill and and a fantastic saxophone player.More...

The Misandry Bubble (The Futurist article)

Re-uploaded because the original source appears to have gone offline.   TheFuturist_TheMisandryBubble redpillschoolRedPillSchool is the head moderator of the forum http://www.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill and and a fantastic saxophone player.More...

New Weekly Advice Column!

New Weekly Advice Column!

Aug 21, 2013

Alpha Up!, Puerarchy’s brand new weekly advice column. This is for you, our readers, to get the answers to your burning questions about fitness, status, game, and all things red pill related. In order for this to become a success we need your participation, so send those questions to our mailbag at… Submit Your Question Now! Nutz is a 30something IT professional with 7 years experience in the seduction community. For the last 3 years he’s provided mentoring and dating coaching for over 100 clients in the DC metro area. In addition to helping others his passions include computer gaming, music, and being an awesome dad. NutzMore...

Threatpoint created the Puerarchy

Threatpoint created the Puerarchy

Jul 22, 2013

I believe it was Dalrock who coined the term “threatpoint” regarding marriage and divorce reform in the West over the past 40 years. He was referring to the restructuring of marriage, giving more power to person who wants out, and reducing the power previously held by the partner interested in preserving the marriage: They aren’t under any illusions;  divorce reform is all about redistributing power from the spouse who wants to honor the marriage vows to the spouse who doesn’t.  This is one of the best kept open secrets I’ve ever encountered.   Also, don’t be confused by the gender neutral terms;  women are overwhelmingly the ones who don’t want to honor the marriage vows.  This is confirmed by the academic study“These Boots Are Made for Walking”:  Why Most Divorce Filers Are Women and the data on the age of wife at the time of divorce. Putting this together, divorce reform is all about redistributing power from the husband who wants to honor the marriage vows to the wife who doesn’t. This threatpoint gives leverage to women in a marriage, giving her unilateral control over the future of the commitment. Does she want out? She gets a payday. He will avoid this (that is, he will try to maintain the marriage) at all costs, hopefully for reasons such as love, commitment, and loyalty… but the risk of financial ruin certainly cannot be overlooked. And this, ladies and gentlemen, meant that marriage was now at the emotional whim of women. There are books upon books about the history of marriage. Armchair theorists (such as myself) can only speculate about the economics of religion and the institution of marriage. It’s hard to know what was going through our ancestors’ minds, if anything at all. One thing is certain, however: marriage was an effective control on hypergamy. For those of you just joining us, hypergamy is the tendency for women to mate with the highest status male available. One of the problems this raises is that built into the psychology of women inherent in hypergamy is their need to constantly test (shit-test) their mates to ensure they are up to snuff, and prepare for jumping to another branch if a mate of...

We are the Puerarchy

We are the Puerarchy

Jul 9, 2013

Folks, in just about half a year, we’ve grown from a small group of blogs to one of reddit’s fastest growing communities, reaching now 10,000 subscribers with no end in sight. I wanted to take a moment to talk to you about what’s happening here, the social changes we’re witnessing, and some of the greater implications of this sub that even I was unaware of just months ago. Originally this sub was about sexual strategy. A group of us realized that sex just ain’t what dad told us (or worse, it wasn’t what single mom told us). We were being told the wrong way to get sex (be beta), we were exploited for doing so, but we weren’t getting it – and for some, our marriages were falling apart. So naturally we did what most men do when faced with a problem. We discussed it, how does one get sex? And we figured it out. Men invented game. We invented pickup.  We discovered that acting the part of the beta wasn’t going to work anymore, and we wised up. We learned we can get sex .. the wrong way. Sex has always been a big portion of what drives culture. Men want it, women have it. The reward of sex and family was enough to drive men to build our civilization as we know it.  Behind every hard working coal miner was a man looking forward to providing for his wife and kids. Behind every man doing a dirty dangerous and grueling job was a man doing his part to keep society going, knowing this world would be here for his kids. Over the past decade, a number of books, news reports, and articles have been published taking a look at men’s role in our society. “The end of men” and “men on strike” etc., all attempting to address the issues: Men aren’t getting married, men aren’t graduating, men aren’t getting careers, and men aren’t producing. Men aren’t doing their jobs to keep society functioning. And here we were, discussing how to get sex for free. It’s almost as if we were trying to cheat society. The books don’t all agree on what the causes...