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METAWelcome to RedPillWomen! Portal for those who found TRP and the other male subs first. (self.RedPillWomen)

submitted by RedPillWomenRPW Writing Team

Welcome to RedPillWomen!

We're glad you made it here. Many women who stumble upon the Men's subs first are shocked by the locker room atmosphere, and flee Red Pill theory entirely, or arrive at our door shell-shocked. You are in the right place now, and will find a welcoming community.

Womens' sexual strategy is different from that of men.

The RedPillWomen subreddit follows the same praxeology of male-female sexual dynamics as TRP. However, the application of sexual strategies is different. Red Pill Women seek commitment from men, and Captains or strong, competent leaders as partners. This follows the basic sexual marketplace transaction: Women are the gatekeepers of sex, while men are the gatekeepers of commitment.

The sexual strategies of men are not oppositional, but complementary. Red Pill Women are not against men, but both parties seek to maximize and fully negotiate their position in sexual and relationship market transactions.

RedPillWomen concern themselves with relationships, not casual sex. Unlike the experience of men, casual sex is so easy for women to obtain that it requires no strategy. The Red Pill calls women in this position Plates, and is off-topic and against the rules of this sub accordingly.

Stay out of the Men's subs until you've developed a good RP knowledge base from the female perspective. Because it's a male space and locker room environment, there exists a certain amount of venting anger and frustration over women. Only after you're familiar with RP theory does it become easy to recognize the kernels of RP wisdom that are relevant to you. Experienced RPW members tend to lose curiosity toward the male oriented content anyway.

Men who came through the women's portal despite being notified: It's OK to lurk and read if you want. However, just as the male spaces have the "Tits or GTFO" rule, this is a female space and our policy is commitment or GTFO. Best to go back to the male spaces to post.


The Red Pill is a male space that can feel harsh for women new to Red Pill concepts. Now that you've found RedPillWomen, forget the shocking impression this may have left until you learn RP theory from OUR perspective.

Go ahead and set your flair and join in the discussion! We're happy to have you.


[–]BowlOfCandy 4 points5 points  (0 children)

"Commitment or GTFO" is perfect, what a great way to apply TRP's fervor into the RPW framework.

[–]pinkdrawings 4 points5 points  (6 children)

I used to be offended by TRP, but lately I haven't been. I don't view it anymore as "Wow. They're being so harsh to women." I just view it as "I don't want to be that woman."

Pay attention to the things they're talking about. A lot of what I've noticed is about "crazy" women. At first I was kinda like "Okay. Whatever." But now I just realize - I don't want to be the crazy woman they're talking about.

They talk a lot about women who sleep around - I don't want to be the woman who sleeps around. Stick out.

Yada. Yada.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (5 children)

that's called internalized misogyny

[–]pinkdrawings 0 points1 point  (4 children)

How?

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (3 children)

you're starting to believe that their misogynistic views towards women are accurate and redirecting your criticism of men towards other women. it's exactly that kind of division between women, in which women are taught to view women (and themselves) through a misogynist lens of male standards, that allows misogyny and oppression to thrive. "i don't want to be that woman" perpetuates the idea that there is a "wrong" kind of woman -- the kind of woman that fails to meet male-constructed standards -- and you become part of the system that seeks to homogenize women to become what men want them to be (what will allow the men to retain their sense of power and control).

[–]pinkdrawings 2 points3 points  (2 children)

It sounds like you should be at /r/feminism. Not RPW. You clearly don't fit into the values or ideas of RPW. Which is fine, but this is not the place to spread your ideas about "all women are great women."

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (1 child)

you're right; after finding out about this sub i read this thread to try and understand what goes on here and your comment just made me so sad i couldn't help but reply. but this is of course not the place for me and you have every right to live as you want. i just wanted to maybe give you a little context as to where ideas like yours come from -- they're not new or contrarian -- but i'll be staying away from this kind of sub. thanks for the politeness.

[–]pinkdrawings 2 points3 points  (0 children)

No problem! Have a good day. For the record - I love other women. RPW is a SEXUAL strategy. At least it is exclusively for me.

[–]videlachkadua 1 point2 points  (2 children)

I found this interesting. I don't know if I am truly a RPW but I like learning about how to keep my man happy. I am very new to this but I have read a lot of Roosh Vs sites about how to obtain commitment. Sure, my boyfriend doesn't care if I gain a lot of weight (I think he has a thing for fat women) or how I cook but I think a good relationship requires talking and such.

TRP can be easy if you start out with Roosh and then if you start understanding how it works you can go to Roissy.

I guess I am still trying to obtain commitment from my boyfriend. He doesn't want marriage because I fucked up and said I wanted marriage immediately but he still wants kids.

Commitment is hard but I and many other women may read the manosphere and start with Roosh V. He writes stuff for his female readers.

MGTOW is a very hard movement to accept because they are angry at us for our nature.

I guess this is interesting since we are all trying for commitment and I may sound like captain obvious at times. Advice is hard to give.

It's easy to obtain commitment with a man who is blue pill still. It's harder to obtain commitment from a red pill man because they actually expect things from women. Which isn't bad at all since the feminist movement told women it's okay to sleep around, cut her hair short and other things.

Chateau Heartiste is with Roissy who is friends with Roosh V. If you are trying to find a boyfriend, a lot of men deep down want femininity. Even my boyfriend told me I had to act like a woman because I thought it was okay to curse at him.

I guess instead of answering women will ask questions. Same with me. Good luck ladies. I hope your man loves you.

If you have any criticisms let me know but I have learned from my mistakes when I was younger but this is a self improvement subreddit.

[–]pinkdrawings 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Any good Roosh V articles everyone should read? I've never heard of him.

A lot of people are worried if they're a "RPW" I noticed. If you weren't - not sure why you'd be here. Obviously something is sticking out to you. Plus - its not like theres a set rule. There's no guide on how to be "RPW enough". You're taking reality for what it is and applying it to your relationship for the both of you so you can both have long-term happiness, right? You're a RPW.

You asked for criticisms. How old are you, may I ask? It sounds like if you're referring to him as your boyfriend - you do have SOME commitment. Give it a rest for a minute. If you're hounding him - it wont be cute. Let it go for a little bit, and bring it up again later. Ask him under what circumstances does he want marriage?

Which isn't bad at all since the feminist movement told women it's okay to sleep around, cut her hair short and other things.

Shh! No let them get their neon green hair, tattoos, and ride the CC. Eliminate the competition. It'll make us look better. (I'm kidding).

Even my boyfriend told me I had to act like a woman because I thought it was okay to curse at him.

Neither party should be cursing at the other.

[–]videlachkadua 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Some good stuff he writes on his forum is "The True Nature of Women" and "8 ways women can improve themselves" particularly western women. He talks about the red pill too and has created a movement called neomasculinity. Matt Forney can write offensive stuff but he makes a point. Some men want independent women, however, a man might be turned on by her beauty and fertility rather than her career.

He writes and travels around. He is a pickup artist but he writes good stuff about psychology.

I have tried reading Rollo Tomassi and it was a bit difficult to understand. I don't hate him at all, his stuff is too sophisticated, but he is good too.

I am 19, I have been reading this stuff since I was 18. I used to thought the red pill meant tradcon but it doesn't necessarily.

I will give a rest on marriage. I got commitment, but I will still have to improve. Thank you.

[–]MissNietzsche 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I feel so girly posting in this forum. What is this femininity?

[–]mabeol 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This is great! I would've loved something like this when I first tripped over RPW. TRP totally freaked me out at first, but thankfully you ladies were so warm and welcoming that I stuck around :) thanks on behalf of future newbies!

[–]sikulet 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I've been reading r/AskMen over the years because I find their insights more helpful in dealing with people and colleagues than guides for women. I've studiously avoids r/theredpill because any article that seems to make it to the front page is material similar to what people do not like Trump for (not really a political statement).

Anyway this is my first time here, coming from pressing random sub and ending up in r/slutjustice but one post made a passing mention here and I clicked, read at least twenty threads from top -all time, and I have subscribed.

I feel like the previous posts have pointed out where I went wrong with my life. I wish I discovered this place years ago but now I'm on the right side of 20s I hope I'm not too late.

Anyway I look forward to reading all those informative posts, now that my own local feeds are full of items about politics (not from the US) and I look forward to something a lot less toxic and more empowering. Thank you for the women who placed the list of books, now I just wish they have links of free pdfs too haha. But thank you!