Most of TRP is theory or personal field reports, which is fine. But from time to time it's helpful to take a field trip into the actual mind of a female, so we can see that Red Pill is truly valid and not just in our own heads. Red Pill is reality. So let's take a field trip today, buckle your seatbelts cause this bus is going to make a sharp turn into some very fucked up territory.
On the confessions subreddit a girl has posted about being in love with two men at once - her dopey, lovable beta boyfriend and the unavailable best friend who's close to them both.
his best friend quickly became mine as we share many passions. We've also all lived together for a few years and I've sort of become the "housewife", minding the apartment for both of them. I will never act on it because it would destroy my boyfriend, and he will always be my #1, but lately I think about the best friend all the time, I fantasize about having sex with him, and at this point pretty much always have to think about fucking him to get "in the mood". I hate it, I hate myself, and I know our friend is too morally strong to ever make a move on me. This whole situation is like a pair of fresh white Reeboks, that's how hard it is kicking my ass.
Please don't tell me to move out because it is not an option for the next few months.
I want to note a few things hear that we can glean from red-tinted glasses.
1) She's hamstering faster than the Millenium Falcon going through hyperspace. She loudly says that her boyfriend is her "number #1"... maybe trying to justify her crush to us, maybe trying to justify it to herself? Because it clearly does not reflect the actual situation. This is classic female self deception. If she can repeat a lie over and over again it almost becomes like truth! Right?
2) Her fantasy about the best friend is rooted in a more primal, sexual desire. She's fine being the "housewife" (fucking lol) for her boyfriend but he does absolutely nothing to excite her jimmies. On the other hand, when sexuality is brought up she literally can't get wet without thinking about the man she'd rather have. The forbidden fruit, so to speak. Females absolutely go ga-ga over this stuff. It's the cornerstone of why they go after emotionally unavailable men, men who don't pay them attention, etc - because it's a useful heuristic for determining who is a stoic alpha and who isn't. Women are always looking to branch swing.
3) Moving out is not an option for a few months. This betrays her inner psyche even despite all the hamstering. Did you see how she added the few months part at the end? Though she keeps insisting her boyfriend is number 1, her mind is doing the math to figure out when she can leave him for the more exciting prospect of fucking a free man. She's with the boyfriend because of stability and security, not love, not passion.
Then there's this delightful exchange:
Commenter: If you have to think about his friend to get in the mood are you sure he’s your #1? Just food for thought
OP: Absolutely. I can see us being together for a long time. We've built a life as a couple. If I imagine my life with friend instead, it does not seem stable or happy. I think we're both passionate but too unstable. We would probably kill each other if we tried to date.
BOOM. Red Pill in its most naked form, gentlemen. We now find out the best friend is "dangerous" and dark. He's unstable. She knows he'd be a terrible provider. And guess what... that makes her wet. That's the kind of alpha behavior that makes all women wet, OP is not an exception.
So a few learning points here. #1, don't get in a serious relationship with a girl unless you want to be dealing with this shit 24/7, branch swinging and upgrading is an eternal process in the female mind. #2, if you absolutely must commit to a woman, don't let her hang out with other dudes too much. It's a law of nature that eventually the female will start scoping for better options.