The importance of morals and ethics
An issue that many people grapple with when first discovering TRP is the issue of morals and ethics. For example, is it moral to have a threesome? To masturbate? To have casual sex? Is it ethical to enhance your looks with makeup? To lead someone on, get into their pants and then ghost them? To marry someone for money and/or status?
All these (and many many more) are extremely important questions to ask yourself and to take very seriously. After all, a person with good morals is a good member of society and a person who lacks morals can often be a menace to themselves and society. Furthermore, morals and ethics plays a central role in shaping our character and in providing purpose and meaning to life.
TRP is amoral
However, despite the extreme importance of morals and ethics, on a personal level and on a societal level - TRP remains amoral. This is because TRP is an ongoing study of human nature, male nature and female nature and how they all interact with each other. When you say x to a man, he'll take it one way and when you say the same to a woman, she'll perceive it completely different etc etc etc.
TRP is a form of social science and science - by definition - is all about understanding how the world works. Science is not about manipulation of the world, that would be engineering. Engineering comes as a follow up to science, discovering the best ways to utilize the nature of the world for our benefit.
Likewise, the core of TRP is akin to science. It's a study of the actual nature of men and women. How you'll engineer your life as a result of this information is up to you. It's here that there's a difference (often vast difference) between various subgroups within TRP community. PUA, RPW, MRP, MGTOW and so on.
Science is amoral and so is TRP. There's no morality to the properties of water, air, soil or any other field of science. Morality only exists in Engineering. Which medical inventions are moral and which are not. Which are ethical and which are not. TRP as a community generally has a live and let live attitude on life and therefore, does not get into the discussion on what's moral and ethical and what isn't.
Amoral does not mean immoral
It's important to point out that amoral does not mean immoral. Amoral means that it exists regardless of morality. Immoral means that engaging in it is immoral and should therefore be avoided.
Example one - hypergamy is part of female nature. When a man of much higher value presents himself, the urge will be there to monkey branch to him. However, forsaking your husband for this new man is immoral and unethical.
Example two - a married man still has the biological urge to have sex with as many women as he can. This urge is amoral. However, if he cheats on his wife, it would be immoral and unethical (according to most people).
Example three - women get sexually turned on by dominance and even violence (hello fifty shades of gray) and are turned off by emotions in men. This part of the female hard-wiring and is amoral. A woman who lies to men, saying that she's attracted to someone soft and sensitive while friendzoning such men in favor of bad boys is immoral because lying to and deceiving people is immoral and unethical.
Example four - men find youthful, thin and radiant women attractive and are turned off by overweight, older and bitchy women. This nature is amoral. Abandoning your wife because she gained 20 lbs post baby would be immoral and unethical.
We can go on and on with more examples all day long.
The essence of TRP theory is like science. It's a study of the nature of men and women. Of what IS, not of what should or shouldn't be done.
What to do with this knowledge is like engineering. That's where morality and ethics come in. This is where religion has its place. This is where scholars of morality and ethics can debate. This debate is not part of TRP because TRP takes a live and let live approach.
Nature itself is both beautiful and cruel and human nature is no different. Many elements of male and female nature is cruel to the other sex, sometimes brutally so. However, this is amoral, not immoral. Immortality is when you act in accordance with such nature. We all have the freedom to choose and we're therefore responsible for our actions.