And they're growing: Eight months ago, Red Pill had only 100 followers. At the surface level there's nothing terribly contentious about this, but if you click around one or two layers deeper, you'll find plenty of examples why chatter from this gallery regularly turns heads.
Like this: "You are hating women because you have the wrong expectations for them. Women are, by nature, manipulative, attention-seeking, inconsistent, emotional, and hypergamous. Once you do, you can game women for what they are ...
not what you want them to be." The community's name is a tip of the hat to the truth-seeking attitude in – Keanu Reeves pops a red pill to unplug his mind from a simulated world, freeing him to explore genuine reality.For Red Pillers, genuine reality goes something like this: Female oppression is a myth and men are the ones holding the short end of the stick.Good game technique turns a conversation with a woman into a guys vs.girls jousting match of the mind, every word carefully calculated to make one seem as attractive as possible.But Redditredpill shared his story in earnest with a very specific community that empathizes with his perspective. The basis of this philosophy, which underpins almost all conversations in his community, is that females get away with things by virtue of being female.
Welcome to The Red Pill, an Internet community on Reddit founded on the general belief that women have it better than men.
Red Pill pays a lot of attention to that last part about sex – conversations on the forum are often about one's strategies for attracting mates, but there's a present (if slightly lesser) focus on self-improvement as well.
Community members motivate each other and update everyone on their progress as they lose weight at the gym and build muscle, though it's almost always for the end goal of increasing one's sexual eligibility.
And I tried to go to a group of girls and that failed too, as they thought they were superior.
This may sound like the instigatory words of someone looking for a fight, sarcasm gone too far at best.
Feminism is considered a damaging ideology and Red Pillers are quick to cite examples that bolster their points, some going so far as to argue that society is outright anti-male.