To “break” her he would ignore and insult her in public, spread rumors about her, and use the more coercive PUA tactics.
One of the popular themes in red pill is the idea that men who want sex should “just go for it”.
Many people recognize that this mindset is very dangerous, but all criticism from women and feminist men only makes fun of their more extreme points rather than offering an alternative to men and boys that are frustrated.
One of the more vocal subsets of this particular philosophy is known as The Red Pill.
Before I get too much further into this, allow me to share the email that prompted all of this: Doc, can you help?
My brother, who also had a long time crush on a female friend that was not reciprocated, “took the red pill” two years ago.
He eventually got a girlfriend (not his crush) which “proved” red pill worked.
In some ways red pill did make him more attractive.
He started exercising, eating better, improving his style and hygiene, expanding his social circle, and actually asking girls out.They feel that women have somehow gained an unfair advantage in the world, making it virtually impossible for a heterosexual, cisgendered white man to get a break.They see relationships as a fight for dominance and sex as a god-given right that’s being kept from them by women because REASONS.However, he became a massive asshole in the process.He believed wholeheartedly in the “alpha fux/beta bux” model” where men who are “beta” will only ever be hated and used by women, a model which our parents seem to fit.My brother’s girlfriend was a shy, socially awkward girl.