I'm an open-minded woman (NOT a troll, I swear!). Please be gentle, I really just want to know more about this outlook- I first started looking at TRP because it had been mentioned negatively in other subreddits, but, from what I saw, it doesn't actually seem that bad. In fact, I find myself almost agreeing with some of the things you say.
I've noticed one of the big things that TRP talks about is Alpha vs. Beta and how women want the Alpha, the chase, etc. So the Alpha is the tough guy, the "bad guy", the guy who's a bit of a jerk but in a sexy way, right? Yeah. I'd definitely agree that's what a lot of girls go for. And I've always thought that girls who go for that type get what they pay for. You can't go for a guy because he's a sexy-jerk and then expect him to be secretly a nice guy or become shocked when he cheats or suddenly loses interest. I think this is something that irritates me about many women in my gender: they pass over betas for their beta-ness, but want alphas to be secretly betas too or are surprised when an alpha acts like an alpha.
That said, is there no place for betas? I'm dating and am madly in love with a super beta guy. When I first met him, he was an older virgin, shy/awkward but really nice- just bad with talking to women. I was instantly smitten and continue to find his beta-ness charming. Additionally, I think because he's a beta, he's a much better S.O. for me than many more "alpha" men would be (i.e. he's thoughtful and sensitive to my feelings). I just couldn't imagine going for an Alpha anyway- Does that mean there's something wrong with me, or do I just not fit in the TRP view?
Could TRP agree that women get what they pay for in terms of Alpha vs. Beta? Or does it hold more strongly to the view that Alphas > Betas?
Thanks so much for your time. I hope I haven't offended anyone. Please be gentle with me. I really do mean well- I just want to understand your perspective more; I might even agree with it.
edit: Thank you so much for all the responses on here. I have a much better understanding of TRP and actually really agree with a lot of your points. I also now understand that the hating-women stereotype on reddit completely misses the point you're actually trying to make.