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Posted by on Jul 16, 2015

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...

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Sex

The Bell Curve

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013

Life operates on a bell curve in a variety of ways from skill to IQ to height and weight. In the sexual marketplace on one end there are women who are attracted right off the bat and on the other end there are women that no matter what you say or do you’ll never be seen as attractive and won’t have a shot with them. The bulk of women fall somewhere between these two ends of the spectrum. Naturals and a lot of PUAs do what I would describe as not having good game, but are good at screening women for those who are warm to their approach, allowing them to find women who are their type so they get laid quicker and more often. When you zoom out and start looking at the bigger picture, that bulk of women that fall somewhere in the middle of that bell curve, good game IMO is what lets you get them. Adam Lyons once said something similar to all of this in that everyone is only attractive up to a certain point, and...

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Masculinity

Being alpha doesn’t necessarily mean being popular

Posted by on Nov 4, 2013

Can you be an alpha without leading  or otherwise being the center of a social group? The answer is a definitive yes. A lot of people on /r/theredpill, especially the newer (and younger sounding) users tend to think that if they’re not constantly the center of attention then they’re not alpha. This is nothing but narcissism manifesting itself as weakness. It’s such a black and white view and it buys into the overarching primitively sung narrative by the would-be detractors of red philosophy that the red pill is about turning chimpanzees into silverback gorillas who can beat their chests the loudest and transform into vagina slaying men of the jungle as if we’re all still the hairy neanderthal subjects of an ancient wilderness; just like the silver tinge to the silverback gorillas coat, there are many shades of grey, fuck it, probably as many as 50 shades of grey when it comes to “being alpha.” Sometimes even when someone’s got more social power within a group than you they don’t necessarily flaunt it by making a grandiose show or otherwise hitting...

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Feminism

How Feminism Has Manipulated The English Language & The Concept of Equality

Posted by on Sep 3, 2013

In George Orwell’s dystopian (that’s smart-talk for “scary fucking fictional future”) novel Nineteen Eighty-Four he implemented the concept of a language called newspeak. Newspeak was a boiled-down version of the English language. It was used by the totalitarian regime as a tool to limit free-thought; concepts outside of the established verbal construct were considered “thought-crime”. Concepts like freedom, rebellion, individuality, and peace could not be verbally explained within the confines of newspeak: “If thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.” ― George Orwell, 1984 However, they didn’t just ban words, they changed them too. For example, the word “free” still existed in newspeak but could only be used in terms of something not being possessed, as in, “the dog is free from lice” or, “this field is free from weeds.” It could not be used in terms of being able to do as one pleases, as in “free choice” or “free will” since these concepts no longer existed. “We do not merely destroy our enemies; we change them.” ― George Orwell, 1984 As you have likely realized by now, I’m...

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The Other Other Men

The Other Other Men

Jul 25, 2013

My discovery of the Manosphere brought me to a shocking realization; I never had a father figure who taught me the importance of being a real man. Instead my father succumbed to the feminist agenda and eventually became its official mouthpiece in my house. The Discovery My accidental discovery of the Manosphere about 2 months ago has its humble beginnings in January 2012. It was the last semester of college and I was mostly preoccupied with finding a job that would please everybody. A friend offhandedly showed me some pickup videos from Simple Pickup and I was instantly hooked. Up until that point I had a pretty frustrating time in college with relationships and dating. I had been with several women and even had a girlfriend, but all the women I dated lacked self-esteem and were carrying a lot of heavy baggage. Come to think of it now, I never really connected with my ex on a deep level and we just stayed around each other for the convenience and validation. The women who had any semblance of self-respect would promptly friendzone me and leave me wondering why the world was so cruel. After seeing those videos, nay, devouring those videos like a fat kid eating cake, I gathered the courage to go out and hit on women in public. I won’t go into the details of my pickup adventures and just say that I’m much better with women than I ever was before. To supplement my newfound obsession with pickup I started reading a lot of literature on self-improvement and self-development. Some of it was good and some of it was bad, but the habit of reading practical literature stuck with me and helped me make a lot of important discoveries about myself. I finally started confronting my personal issues which I had long suppressed for a variety of reasons. Family Issues Fast forward to today and I finally realize that my pickup journey had a much deeper motivation than my sub-par dating life. Growing up, I always held my father in the highest esteem because he is a charismatic and handsome man. He has a wonderful story-telling ability that would keep me...

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...

Fitness is the Base of My Game

Fitness is the Base of My Game

Jul 22, 2013

Every Halloween in Tokyo for the past three years, I’ve dressed up as a lifeguard complete with super short shorts, aviator sunglasses, no shirt, and my nose painted white. You may call me unimaginative, but I’m a cheap bastard from a warm climate and I’ll take every chance I can get to bask in attention while I stroll around in public with as little clothing as socially acceptable. Since most dudes don’t have the nuts to stroll around a party semi-nude, the costume has been a hit wherever I went, year after year. The first two years I donned my trusty lifeguard costume, back when I had the body of an asexual Asian teenager, I received about the same amount of attention from gay dudes as I did from women. The only thing was it was obvious that only the gay dudes wanted to bang my little Asian bottom. I quickly realized that most of the chicks just wanted to take a picture of the funny looking dude in the red shorts so they could post it on Facebook when they ran away before I could ask, “S-s-so what’s your name?” Back in those days of no-game hell, when I thanked my lucky stars when a girl let me park my beef bus in her tuna garage, I figured putting up with the odd sexual advance from a man was better than being completely invisible to women. Also, it gets really hot and uncomfortable when you’re dancing to electro club jams in a polyester Pikachu suit. Last Halloween was different. I had been practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu heavily for about two years, and an interest in improving my performance caused me to optimize my diet. I had also recently begun barbell training to improve my explosive strength. I arrived at that year’s costume party with broad grappler’s shoulders and a narrow waist. Even though I weighed a mere 132 lbs at the time, the difference in reaction was stark. I felt hands running across my shoulders after I posed with slutty nurses for a picture. Apropos of nothing, a tart in cat ears and a mini-skirt pressed her body against mine and said, “Meow!” One...

Ironwood Speaks: Welcome To The Puerarchy. This Is What The Hell Is Wrong With You.

Ironwood Speaks: Welcome To The Puerarchy.  This Is What The Hell Is Wrong With You.

Jul 16, 2013

When feminism rewrote the social contract in the 1970s, the goal was to “smash traditional gender roles”. For women, that meant an equal opportunity to compete in education and the workplace, career considerations in addition to/instead of family considerations. “Women’s Liberation”, as it was styled back then, sought to overturn the idea that a woman’s place was in the home in a larger “man’s world.” What feminism didn’t understand was that overturning “traditional gender roles” didn’t necessarily mean that while Mommy went to the office, Daddy stayed home and cooked dinner. While being a career woman may have seemed the polar opposite of being a homemaker to those women, they did not appreciate that when you speak of overturning “traditional gender roles” to men, the result didn’t mean taking off a tie and putting on an apron. It meant the choice between shouldering the responsibility of raising a family or . . . not. Feminism never intended to get rid of marriage, it just wanted a better, more advantageous deal for women. Early feminists couldn’t escape their own idealistic myopia long enough to realize the sophisticated interplay of gender relations was at stake. No one thought that men would stop seeking marriage, stop looking to become husbands and fathers. Early feminists figured that if wives started working, husbands would just naturally just start vacuuming, no big whup. Only . . . big whup. It wasn’t about the vacuuming or who wore the apron. Those were symptoms. The problem was that when you go around toppling traditional gender roles, you might want to consider the breadth and scope of those roles before you start feeling all revolutionary. After feminism permanently damaged the American family with the first big wave of divorces in the 1970s the result was predictable and inevitable. Children with estranged, distant, or absent fathers grew up in an atmosphere of undisguised contempt not just for Dad, but for all men, and with a suspicion of all things masculine. That colored two generations’ perceptions about the value of “traditional gender roles” and the idealism of feminism. Girls during that time period were praised when they subverted traditional gender roles – if a girl...

Shame, Shame, Shame

Shame, Shame, Shame

Jul 11, 2013

Well folks, it didn’t take long before the hate train arrived at the station. Here we are on day two after our launch, and boy has it been an interesting two days so far! We have been shamed! This is highly indicative of the very mechanisms we’ve already been observing that feminists and white knights use to try to prop up their cultural vision and narrative. And it’s ironic. Because the shaming was done on a post declaring “you’ve been using too many shame tactics, we no longer care.” I’ll pick out just one or two of my favorites, but you get the idea: “Manchild.” The consistency of these shaming techniques is actually quite intriguing to me. I made yesterday’s post specifically stating that men have been withdrawing from our society- in other words, not providing value to society at large, in part due to shaming – and the shame begins: you’re not real men. Real men don’t complain about this stuff. Real men man-up. Whoops! Didn’t quite read the post? This one made the cut because it’s hilarious. What has been written on this site, in the manosphere, and on TheRedPill is upsetting. It’s counter-cultural and has dire implications about our economy and our futures. It may sound a bit silly to say this, but people don’t like hearing things they don’t like hearing. And when they do, they can either mull it over and really think about it, or they can protect their ego investment by denying any of it could be true, and leave a snarky comment to help ease their mind. Folks, this is all they’re bringing to the table. “What’s that? Withdrawing from society you say? Well we didn’t want you anyway!” No shit.   redpillschoolRedPillSchool is the head moderator of the forum http://www.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill and and a fantastic saxophone player.More...

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...

Consistency is the Best Supplement

Consistency is the Best Supplement

Jul 9, 2013

Often times we fitness hobbyists get caught up in a lot of diet and exercise chest thumping. Countless man hours spent and keys stroked debating such topics as: Stronglifts or Starting Strength? Keto? Paleo? Carb cycling? Incline or decline bench press? 1 gram of protein per pound? or 1.5? For all of you thinking about beginning an exercise routine and diet plan, I am about to end all this A or B debating right here. Are you ready? Here’s the answer: Yes. It’s all good stuff, but none of it will matter without consistency. Just pick one exercise program and one diet and stick to it. Plan out your meals and workout times well in advance and do not deviate from them. Ask questions and make adjustments when necessary. After all, fitness and dieting isn’t just about “getting healthy”. It’s also about developing the character and skill set necessary to set a goal, make a plan, and follow it through to fruition. There will come a time when your current methods no longer serve your purposes, but you will only recognize it after you’ve grown familiar with the workings of your meat machine. Whether or not you are interested in bodybuilding, I urge you to watch the above documentary of Kai Greene. I myself am not particularly interested in reaching those levels of musculature, but there is one very important lesson that was made very to me clear in just the first 20 minutes: Kai Greene: A Day in the Life You body is a physical reflection of your lifestyle and your lifestyle is the culmination of your habits. Get a diet and exercise routine on autopilot and reaching your goals will just be a matter of persistence. RedSunBlueRedSunBlue is an active member of /r/theredpill currently based in Tokyo, Japan. He often posts musings about life as a single man in Asia at his personal blog, amaninasia.wordpress.comMore Posts - Website Follow...

Only white knights, women and feminists objectify women

Only white knights, women and feminists objectify women

Jul 9, 2013

Dear Feminists and Women, How are you? It’s me, redpillschool. Just checking up on things. Oh myself? I’m not doing so well. Another person just tried to shame me for enjoying my sexuality. I know, it’s pretty bad that we live in a society that encourages this. According to you, only stupid women have sex with me. I wonder if you’d say that to their face? I mean, she was just enjoying her sexuality. Something you feminists appear to be in favor for. Why are you being discriminating? I wanted to talk to you about objectification of women really quickly. It’s upsetting because I love women and would hate to see anybody treat one like less than a person. But it seems feminists are doing a great job of this as of late. Let’s address the word object. Objects have no agency. They cannot act for themselves. They can only be acted upon. I pick up a coffee mug and put it in the dishwasher. It is an object and cannot put itself in the dishwasher. Let’s talk about agency, the opposite of being an object. This is important. I have agency. Tomorrow I can decide whether to go swimming, or read a book. It’s my choice. I have an active role in my future. Nobody can tell me what I can and cannot do. I am an agent. Feminists used to be pretty upset at the idea that anybody would objectify women. This was the concept that women have no agency, and instead do only what other people act upon them. If I want a woman in the kitchen cleaning my coffee mug, I put her there and she does it. Well gosh that sounds terrible. Feminism agrees! Women aren’t objects. They should never be treated as such. So feminism, I have to ask. Why do you keep acting like women are objects and not agents? Feminists keep telling me I’m disgusting, that I’m wrong and evil.. because I trick women into sleeping with me. But feminists- you were the one who told me women are people and make grown up decisions for themselves! Are you saying that women are incapable of saying no? I just don’t get it. I’m trying to...