I am finally going to start fisking and discussing “Red Pill Woman” posts because the political season in the USA has shown that a lot of the craziness the manosphere talks about regarding women’s behavior and thoughts really is more common among conservative women who are not too conservative to vote (Republican). So for the fishbowl I swim in, it’s 30% of women instead of 10% of women. Depressing.
Anyhoo, the main issue with Red Pill Women’s advice to other women is that Red Pill women on the internet are so profoundly male-oriented that they can’t give useful advice to other women. Women repeating bad male advice to women is not useful to women. So I’ll criticize it and point out what’s bad about it.
I’ll also criticize it when people use their own lives as examples of living rightly. Yes, you can have a clean slate, sort of, on the internet even if you’ve had six divorces and five kids out of wedlock and now you’re a devout Latvian Orthodox Christian at 46, but your advice on how to marry at 24 and stay married should be taken with some shakers of salt.
Red Pill Women mostly don’t introspect about how they got from A to B there. They just talk about B like they always did it. Red Pill Men do too, but that issue is kind of resolving itself in real time with other men taking up that task of critique.