I came across this sub a few months ago when I was grossed out by some of the attitudes on r/TheRedPill. I'm not going to lie; I came here to judge what I thought would be silly, man-obsessed, insecure women. Boy was I wrong.
I must have spent a whole afternoon devouring the top posts, tutting as I went along because I was purposely seeking out 'extreme' views to validate my preconceptions. I kept coming back because I was fascinated! A few weeks in, I started to really think about what you were posting and how a lot of it made sense. I realised that so many women on here are brilliant and interesting and that are diverging from what we're told we should be doing as 21st century women and that it was making your lives all the better for it.
While I believe I will never subscribe to the RPW philosophy 100%, I wanted to let you know that this sub has made massive changes in my life over the past 3 months. Before, I thought that even though I was about 30lbs overweight, a man should be interested in who I was. Now I've realised, why should he? I've lost 12lbs lately and started dressing more feminine which makes such a difference in the way people seem to view me. I've started acting more feminine and listening to men more, rather than getting super drunk all the time and trying to act like I'm "just one of the guys" which is what I thought guys wanted. I've started trying to make myself the sort of person a good quality man would want to be with, not just for the sake of an LTR, but for myself. I can't even describe it here (especially since I'm on my mobile) but the whole way I view the world is different.
When I find the right person for my next LTR, I have so many plans for how I'll do it differently than before. I'll do more sweet things for him, I'll keep working at trying to be attractive to him, I'll be sexually available to him, I'll let him feel like he's a man! It's all thanks to you wonderful women. I feel so guilty for judging you all so harshly before.
Like I said, there are many elements of TRP that are not for me, but what I've learnt from this sub is invaluable. I think a lot of women could benefit from RPW like I have and I want to thank you all for sharing your insights.