I enjoy browsing /r/DeadBedrooms, a subreddit for men and women who are not getting sex from their partners. Not because it has great advice or insight, but because it's good to see how others fail and continue to fail and learn from that. It's like the Darwin Awards for relationships. It's funny how are detractors will take us breaking up or divorcing as a sign of complete failure of our beliefs, yet they give the most beta, mainstream advice and that sub has huge failure rate.
However today, among the posts of how you need to "communicate more" and "try doing more chores", I came across this: https://archive.today/UEumt
Basically, this guy has been married for 7 years and gets mediocre sex 10 times a year (I hope he was masturbating, or else those 10 times would last about 10 seconds each). He tried all the regular advice; having the talk, giving her time to change, trying to compliment her, but it has only given him empty promises.
So dejected and at his wit's end, he says "fuck it", and pulls back. He starts running and getting out of the house more. Stops showering her in attention and praise. Stopped lingering in bed for hours trying to get mediocre sex. Starts focusing on everything but her.
And how does she react? Exactly how we all know she would. She's concerned about the lack of physical and emotional attention. She pines for him. She wants more time with him. This wasn't even a full dread game (no jealousy, no major self improvement, no real outside activities), yet she's reacting. With actual RP advice, this guy could save his relationship. He's already seen the truth and has nothing to lose.
Of course the comments are full of people saying that he should stop this (because we all know that when we do something new that provides good results, we should go back to our old ways immediately), trying to blame him for not doing enough foreplay (which he proves wrong), and generally just taking all the blame off of his wife (as is to be expected). But we all know what will happens if he not only keeps the dread up, but increases it. He followed all the unnatural, beta advice he's heard his whole life, and after it not working for 7 years, he finally gave in to his instincts and it's working like a charm.
Another example of how red pill tactics are not necessarily made up power plays, but natural responses that get positive results. Dread game isn't something that we redpillers conjured up in a lab, but that what others naturally do. He is starting to get the sex life he wants (although I'm sure following the horrible advice on that sub will ruin it), is becoming more in shape and being a good father, the wife is feeling new passion for her man, everything is overall better. The only ones unhappy are the betas and feminists, so in general good day for the human race.