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Rant/VentingYou Deserve Nothing. (self.TheRedPill)

submitted by Endorsed ContributorMeat-on-the-table

One of the most pernicious effects of an increasingly effeminate world is the switch that many men have made to female modes of thinking. The cornerstone of female rationale,or lack thereof-- is the concept of entitlement and what they "deserve."

You see these kinds of statements all the time:

"Everyone woman deserves a man who will love her unconditonally."

"No woman deserves to be disrespected."

"We all deserve happiness."

It's fine when it's women who say it, because no one really ever expects sense from the hamsters. But for whatever reason, you see men taking up these poisonous ways of thinking as well. Men believing that they deserve the best in life simply for being alive. Drawing breath is not a virtuous achievement; it's something that literally billions of other people do everyday.

You don't deserve anything for simply existing. Like that woman who thinks she deserves access to a man's money simply because she has a vagina, the entitled man is the very dregs of humanity.

The worst part is, because of the way society is structured, many of the experiences of women serve to reinforce this thought process. Beta men willingly believe that women deserve whatever the hamster says they do because they are women, and women are special.

Fucking hell. The only things you deserve in this life are the things you fucking earn. If you haven't given something of value for whatever you want, then you don't fucking deserve it.

The only beings on this planet who deserve anything are fucking babies, who deserve love and safety. The rest of us have to earn what we want. You're not a fucking woman. Simply living doesn't entitle you to anything. Jeez.


[–][deleted] 114 points115 points  (22 children)

This is a problem that stems from the genders becoming more equal. Men and women are attracted to each other because of their differences. The moment you start to treat them the same, or teach them to act the same, the entire system falls into disrepair.

It's fine when it's women who say it, because no one really ever expects sense from the hamsters.

I know it's been covered on here before, but women are the most responsible teenagers in the house. http://no-maam.blogspot.com.au/2012/06/woman-most-responsible-teenager-in.html

Deep down, I feel beta tendencies of men come from 'gender-equality' too. We'd all like a girl to treat us how a hapless beta treats women. The beta assumes that girls will respond positively to his behaviours, because he would respond positively if they were doing the same to him.

It's foolish logic at best, downright self-destructive at worst.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 34 points35 points  (1 child)

This is a problem that stems from the genders becoming more equal.

Totally this. The female thought control is so effective that most men will not even be "sexist" within their own brains. The fear of the social ostracism of being called sexist (almost as bad as being called racist)... makes most men dare not even THINK sexist thoughts. Some even parade around their equality based thinking in the hopes of netting female approval.

The result... they behave like women and think women are their literal equals. For their part, women now have to claim victimisation (at the hands of men) to explain how they can be equal and yet also under achieve and receive special treatment every step of their lives.

[–]DforDeadpool 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Deep down, I feel beta tendencies of men come from 'gender-equality' too. We'd all like a girl to treat us how a hapless beta treats women. The beta assumes that girls will respond positively to his behaviours, because he would respond positively if they were doing the same to him.

Because it's real easy and it feels good to be nice to people. It feels better to be nice to women. When I hard/nuclear next a woman, I get mixed feelings of guilt and pleasure. I concentrate on pleasure though.

[–]Endorsed ContributorMeat-on-the-table[S] 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Deep down, I feel beta tendencies of men come from 'gender-equality' too. We'd all like a girl to treat us how a hapless beta treats women. The beta assumes that girls will respond positively to his behaviours, because he would respond positively if they were doing the same to him.

This is the worst of it. I almost never get mad at the cases of AWALT and hypergamy posted here--but when men willingly stop acting like men in favour of female imperatives...that makes me boil.

[–]PUA_Wanna_be 5 points6 points  (3 children)

Deep down, I feel beta tendencies of men come from 'gender-equality' too. We'd all like a girl to treat us how a hapless beta treats women. The beta assumes that girls will respond positively to his behaviours, because he would respond positively if they were doing the same to him.

I agree. Funny thing, though: In my Blue Pill days, whenever I got an attractive girl to openly and overtly chase me, it would push me away and diminish her attractiveness in my eyes. Guess I internalized the feminine behaviours really well.

[–]colmatterson 0 points1 point  (2 children)

If that pushed you away, why do you agree with his statement?

[–]PUA_Wanna_be 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Those two things don't contradict each other.

I was seeking unconditional admiration and believed that would make me happy. Whenever I got something close to it, I felt the need to push it away.

My mental image of this situation never matched the reality.

I suspect it's similar for women.

[–]colmatterson 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Okay. So you think it's a problem of fantasy vs reality? Not necessarily what someone would choose to have given the option.

[–]db0255 3 points4 points  (0 children)

We'd all like a girl to treat us how a hapless beta treats women. The beta assumes that girls will respond positively to his behaviours, because he would respond positively if they were doing the same to him.

Holy shit. So I came about this subreddit maybe a few months ago. Read a handful of posts since, but I think tonight, it all crystallized. I would not say I'm bitter at all, thank God as I'm sure it could be worse following "the Blue Pill" path. But I definitely look forward to growing in to myself in the coming months reading this stuff. I always thought the pick-up and seduction communities and their behavior/thinking were not for me, but I think the majority of behavior/thinking here really makes sense and hits home.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (4 children)

I think a lot of it is male mother need as well.

[–]bluedrygrass 4 points5 points  (2 children)

The majority of millennial males didn't have a good mother figure

[–]WhySoRuff 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Absolutely. Its called the Madonna/whore complex.

[–]Luckyluke23 1 point2 points  (0 children)

he would respond positively if they were doing the same to him.

you make a good point man, it comes back to the old saying " treat someone how you wish to be treated"

which is good in theory though, most guys forget women wanted to be treated like little whores.

[–]colmatterson -4 points-3 points  (6 children)

I disagree with a couple of your points. First, that what OP described is caused by increasing gender equality. People expecting grossly more than they deserved or earn, that's nothing new. Human history is almost entirely molded by mankind's selfishness. The second is that men, deep down or not, want a woman to treat them like a beta-male treats women. Some do, sure. Majority-wise? I dunno, but I sincerely doubt it. Personally, I like to be challenged by my girlfriend. She treats me well, but she isn't complacent. I like it that way. A lot of my friends that are in relationships are the same way. One friend of mine even "broke up" (they weren't really "official" to begin with) because the girl was too, in his words, enamored with him.

Enamored is a good word for this especially because it describes perfectly how beta-males/orbiters act towards women, which is likely a big reason why they don't get dates. Does anyone, even RP, really want to be with someone that almost-literally worships them?

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (5 children)

Does anyone, even RP, really want to be with someone that almost-literally worships them?

I don't know of many people who don't enjoy (at least the idea of) being treated like royalty. The few that don't tend to be the ones who'd never experience it. To liken it to another one of my experiences: Back when I was 'poor' I had this huge desire for monetary equality between people, but now that I have a stable job I enjoy and respect the freedom that inequality provides to the people at the top.

To clear up any misconceptions though, I don't believe that over-the-top clinginess is an attractive quality of any long-term partner. When I say

We'd all like a girl to treat us how a hapless beta treats women.

I was rather referring to the material goods (e.g. paying for meals, purchases of gifts) as opposed to the attention.

Futhermore, in regards to:

People expecting grossly more than they deserved or earn, that's nothing new. Human history is almost entirely molded by mankind's selfishness.

I fully agree. But, while they are related, I don't think that someone being 'selfish' is the exact equivalent of someone thinking they 'deserve things'. Selfish implies greed, and comes from a position of being not willing to give up the things you already have. By contrast, 'deserving things' comes from a position of expecting to get things you don't already have. Related yes, but fundamentally different.

You definitely raise valid points though, and I'll be happy to iron out any clarity issues if they persist.

[–]colmatterson -3 points-2 points  (4 children)

With the selfishness part, you're just arguing semantics. Call it whatever you like, but can you clarify what gender equality has affected in terms of men's expectations to what they deserve? Because I still think that's inherent, currently and past, to general human behavior.

Minor, but would an RP man be willing to let his date pay for dinner? I've been subbed here, and PPD, for a long while now that I think most RP men would not want that. Women paying for dates, that's a gender equality/feminist thing, isn't it?

[–]kellykebab 5 points6 points  (2 children)

In my view, dealing with money and women is all about removing the supplicant feeling that you owe the woman anything. You pay for her because you want to treat someone you genuinely like, not because she earned it simply by agreeing to hang out with you. Or you let her pay because you're comfortable with someone being nice to you, without you owing them anything in return.

One of the major themes I have taken from Red Pill philosophy is the advantage of removing the guilt-laden contractual obligations from relationship dynamics in favor of honest expressions of desire. The money issue is no different.

[–]colmatterson 0 points1 point  (1 child)

That is all agreeable with me, for sure. Thanks for your response.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

What people think they deserve V what they actually get/have is a concept that goes throughout time. I agree, there is a COMPONENT of it that has to do with general human behaviour. I think that just comes from the idea that all living things have an inherent selfishness and desire to put themselves first. One could even argue that the people who give to the homeless/charities, simply do so because of the benefits that they receive (looked upon highly socially, being good makes them feel nice etc), rather than because they're legitimately good people.

The gender equality model proposes that men and women are equal and equivalent in all facets of life. The Beta watches women militantly arguing that they deserve things (e.g. more women in STEM courses) and then watches them make headway with these ideals. Because he has been conditioned that men and women are equal, he believes that HIM thinking and saying that HE deserves things will yield an equivalent result. As the 140,000 subs on here can attest, this really couldn’t be further from the truth. The world simply doesn’t care about male suffering.

Nor do I believe it should.

Women paying for dates, that's a gender equality/feminist thing, isn't it?

From what they say, apparently yes it is. From what they do however, I find that the same girls who claim to be feminist will suddenly jump ship to the 'traditional values' as soon as payment time comes. We end up compromising with the 'we-each-pay-for-what-we-each-eat' which works fine for me.

No idea what the other guys on here think, but I'd be perfectly happy with my date paying for me too.

[–]JourneymanTRP 24 points25 points  (3 children)

Actually, you can deserve plenty, that just has nothing to do with what you get.

Some people work their whole life towards something. They deserve it. But it doesn't always happen that way.

[–]koji8123 2 points3 points  (1 child)

I agree with this. Success has nothing to do with deserve.

[–]runswiththelions 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Seconded. Success in life has nothing to do with how hard you work, how much you deserve or how much you want. Success in life only depends on what your willing to negotiate for. Forgot, where I heard the saying.

[–]WhySoRuff 0 points1 point  (0 children)

In life we don't get what we deserve, we get what we negotiate.

[–]Specter242 11 points12 points  (16 children)

"It's fine when it's women who say it, because no one really ever expects sense from the hamsters." LOL

[–]pedler 27 points28 points  (3 children)

Like House M.D. says 'You don't get what you deserve, you get what you get'

[–]Purecorrupt 17 points18 points  (2 children)

From a money stand point - You don't get what you deserve, you get what you can negotiate.

[–]Mgtowredpillonroids 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Negotiate or simply take. Confidence + entitlement can sometimes work. You're not necessarily worth it, but you act like you are. Essentially that's conning people. Not that easy to pull off and has a lot to do with projecting a certain frame but I think entitlement isn't all THAT bad IF you can utilize it in the right ways. Remember narcissism is a part of the dark triad and entitlement originates from narcissism. The toxic way of being narcissistic/entitled would be going the Elliot Rodger way.

[–]1whatsazipper 4 points5 points  (0 children)

It's not bad if you can deliver. Some of my most successful friends are often completely full of shit, but they're convincing, people bite, and then they deliver results. From what I can tell they believe their own bullshit, too.

It's almost like a delusional belief that they're always correct, which only works out because they are also very intelligent so even if they were initially wrong (though they won't admit it), they can adapt.

[–]Endorsed ContributorFLFTW16 14 points15 points  (1 child)

The only things you deserve in this life are the things you fucking earn. If you haven't given something of value for whatever you want, then you don't fucking deserve it.

You get what you take.

Often a less qualified person gets the raise or promotion at work because while chumps were busy "earning" it, some cunt played office politics and 'took' it for himself. While some beta was busy "earning" his crush's attention with gifts, favors and other bullshit, some random alpha 'took' her by initiating and not backing down. The guy who gets there first to take what he wants--whether he earned it or not--is the one who gets whatever 'it' is.

Business, warfare, love. It's all very similar. Concepts like who deserves what is such a child-like view of the world. Remember when we were kids and we had all these elaborate rules and methods to keep track of who won or lost whatever game we invented? The underlying foundation for a "who deserves what" view is civilization, in other words, not a state of nature--not a situation where someone can initiate overwhelming force.

That is the world of children. The adults have total control, a monopoly on force and power and authority. After we grow up some of us maintain this fantasy of fair play and 'who deserves what'. The sooner a man disabuses himself of the notion that anyone deserves anything he will start acting for his own self interest and getting what he wants out of life by taking it while others bitch and moan about their failure and what they think the 'deserved' or 'earned'.

[–]Mgtowredpillonroids 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This deserves more upvotes.

[–]TermsOfColors 6 points7 points  (1 child)

I never understood the mentality either.

The reality is that certain people may deserve certain things for certain reasons. For example, if you worked all week as agreed upon with an employer, you deserve a paycheck. Or if you studied diligently for an exam all week, and got 90% of the answers correct then you deserve an A. If you score more points in a fair sports match before time expires, then you deserve to win.

Blanket statements like "Everyone deserves love" is just something people say - kinda like "everything is going to be alright". Well, maybe it's not, based on circumstances. I wonder how many people heard that phrase as the Titanic was going down. Even if you were a survivor, "everything" was not alright.

[–]heal_thyself 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The reality is that certain people may deserve certain things for certain reasons. snip

While the people deserved the rewards they got, they still earned it. The guy with the paycheck literally earned his money. The guy studying his ass off earned that 90% because be studied. The team earned that win by grinding through the practice, and being better than the other team.

[–]smthsmth 12 points12 points [recovered]

women can be aware of this. for example, from time to time you'll see a conversation like

man: i'm decent looking and nice, why can't i get a girl?

woman: just being nice isn't enough, it's just the bare minimum

[–]White_Phillip 8 points9 points  (0 children)

It's easy to recognize that in others, but it's hard to recognize that in yourself.

[–]DodgedAFew 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yet attractiveness is the sufficient minimum...

[–][deleted] 35 points35 points

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[–]1ToSeeAndToHear 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Equality of opportunity is what most people want. A chance to work hard and earn something for themselves. Many feel like that chance does not exist for them, due to circumstances outside of their control.

This isn't strictly true. It's very hard for people to get out of poverty/bootstrap themselves. I doubt very much that I could have achieved what I have so far in life under different circumstances. But I admit it would not have been impossible.

To not push for equality of opportunity one must be truly comfortable with those who are disadvantaged at birth being doomed to "die, and decrease thereby the surplus population."

I think that viewpoint is one that can ethically be held, despite its selfishness. I also think that viewpoint is a great way to lose out to a society that holds differently and takes that drive to work, to produce and earn a good life, and gives those people the opportunity they're looking for.

[–]Just_in78 3 points4 points  (10 children)

The problem starts with the fact that every one of us requires a job to live well without assistance, but companies aren't required to employ people. They're out to make a profit, so wherever it's more profitable to replace a man with a machine, they generally do so. What happens in the future when there are only 30 jobs for every 100 people? 20?

What happens if you raise the minimum wage to a livable wage (say ~$15/h) and most of the minimum wage jobs dissapear in favor of machines?

Overpopulation is becoming a very large issue, because we have more people than we need, but everyone deserves "the right to have a good life". No two people are equal, and no one one is born valuable. When everyone is allowed to succeed and live comfortably in a world where that requires taking from others, the motivation to succeed and advance stagnates.

Some have higher intelligence than others from birth (IQ levels correlate directly with race/ethnicity even after all other factors are removed), some are born with disabilities, some are born to wealthier families than others.

We live in an age where you are valued for your intelligence, and at the fundamental level, nature is just selecting out those who aren't fit to survive in the environment. I'd love a world where everyone could live comfortably without effort and have an endlessly happy life, but that just isn't the case right now and can't exist with our current levels of technology.

[–]PipBoy3Hunna -3 points-3 points [recovered]

But corporations have economists in their arsenal. They must weigh the efficiency cost to the economy disruption they create. Corporations can automate everything now, but that would lead to them losing profits from the economy they destroy

[–]ChairBorneMGTOW 5 points6 points  (4 children)

Simply explained by game theory. Unless ALL corporations pay workers roughly equally and fairly, the economic effects you mention are inevitable anyways. So what incentive is there to increase salary, when Burmese sweat shops and illegal alien labour will still exist? As a company, you just set the course for bankruptcy instead.

Individualistic strategies in a zero sum game. It's the only logical choice in any free society.

The alternative is compulsion and state control. Great in theory, history shows it sucks balls in practice.

[–]juliusstreicher 0 points1 point  (3 children)

Unless ALL corporations pay workers roughly equally and fairly

Why should corporations pay everybody "Equally and fairly"? The mythical 'corporation' is the same thing as 'the boogeyman' and 'the Patriarchy'. Not something real, and not something that hurts anybody.

[–]ChairBorneMGTOW 1 point2 points  (2 children)

You are misunderstanding my point 180 degrees off. SHOULD every body be paid the same? No. They shouldn't. The notion that all people are of equal worth is a load of horse shit. And agreed about corporations, I should have used the term employers instead.

[–]juliusstreicher 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Sorry, I pasted a quote from your post, while looking at some other-or else, while having a stroke. Can't quite figure out what happened. Your post is fine.

Apologies.

[–]larrythetomato 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Google game theory, prisoner's dilemma. Certain situations can cause two logical participants to always choose the lesser negative solution, instead of a lesser positive.

[–]juliusstreicher 0 points1 point  (2 children)

Corporations do not destroy any economies. This is pure nonsense. They do not create disruption, except in confused minds.

[–]PipBoy3Hunna 1 points1 points [recovered]

It's a shame you cannot connect history with economics

[–]juliusstreicher 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Please don't embarrass yourself further; just take the hit and slink off.

[–]quackMeme 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I masturbate 40+ hours a week, where's my check?

[–]TermsOfColors -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

I think anyone working 40/h a week deserves to afford rent, food, water, and dare I say it: some recreational things.

Still too broad in my opinion, I worked 40/hr weeks at summer jobs and as an intern, did I deserve to get paid a living wage? Probably not. There are just certain jobs and roles that do not provide that much value, just as their are certain people in more value-adding roles and jobs that do not produce.

[–][deleted] -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

wow dude i just have to applaud you, what a bold, brave, and new idea to post on reddit. you are a fucking rebel my man

if you "believe" that, then maybe if you make over (rent, food, water, and dare I say it: some recreational things), don't be a greedy fucker and give it to whoever is working a min wage job and wants some more recreational things. your beliefs require action, and i know someone as courageous as you will be able to do it

seriously though, it's crazy how retarded people have become today, where a job that was for kids and required no skills is a lifelong 'career' to support your family on now. just goes to show you how far we've fallen

[–]tb87670 3 points4 points  (0 children)

You do not deserve nothing. You deserve exactly what you earn.

[–]circlhat 2 points3 points  (4 children)

I don't really see man feeling entitled, I see man wanting to earn love by working out, buying her dinner, making six figures a year, and being the perfect guy who loves her unconditionally.

go read r / Cuckold , I don't see men feeling entitled I see them wanting to earn love by hard work.

[–]TermsOfColors 3 points4 points  (3 children)

That doesn't make sense though.

Just because I planted some crops doesn't mean I deserve rain.

Nowadays more than ever, for a variety of reasons that are well-documented here, making a stable and above average income and being a nice guy doesn't "earn" anything with women.

[–]circlhat 2 points3 points  (1 child)

That's my point, men don't think they deserve women , they want to know how to get women. I never seen a man say, "I deserve a women so I can go rape her", Its more along the lines , "I don't have much luck with women"

Someone says work out, he says I do Someone says make money, he says I do

Society: Well you aren't entitled to women just because you work out and make money.

[–]TermsOfColors 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I understand what you mean, I didn't phrase my response properly.

Just because I cleared a field, plowed it, planted a crop, and tended it doesn't mean I EARNED proper rainfall for the season.

I understand the thinking, the problem is mother nature doesn't really give a damn.

[–]5t3fan0 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Just because I planted some crops doesn't mean I deserve rain.

im writing this down on paper

[–]Argocap 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Great line from Clint in Unforgiven.

Gene: I don't deserve this, I was building a house!

Clint: Deserves got nothing to do with it.

[–]Locastor 1 point2 points  (3 children)

I don't agree with this OP. I do agree with the Framers of the Declaration of Independence.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness

Perhaps one might call it sophistry, and state that I actually believe in a State that promulgates these beliefs and support it with my time and energy, but I view it as simply upholding the innate dignity of humanity.

[–]2Sepean 1 point2 points  (2 children)

If you think the state is there for you, you're naive. It's there for the politicians and the officials, and they're using their power over you for their own benefit.

[–]Locastor -1 points0 points  (1 child)

No one disputes that there are corrupt individuals in every field of human endeavour.

What is in question is whether or not you believe human beings have innate rights by birth or not.

[–]2Sepean 2 points3 points  (0 children)

No, this is not about the existence of corrupt individuals. This is about the very nature of the state. The state is not there for you, its role is not to uphold your rights. If you think that, you're naive.

I suggest you read up on Public Choice Theory (it's a well recognized field in economics, iirc it received 5 Nobel prizes in economics in the last 30 years).

If you want a few examples, then just think of

  • the problems with politicians that are bough and paid, and it is not considered corruption but perfectly legal, because guess who makes the laws
  • government branches who can't be bothered to do their job properly but still receive funding. When private companies fail to perform us customers can just get someone else to provide us with the services, but that's not how it works in government, even when it is life threatening.
  • a few sub-relevant areas of interest are divorce rape, prenups getting thrown out in court over technicalities, false rape accusations that often get men in serious trouble but most women get off scot free even when they're caught, family courts and custody battles. These injustices are enforced by the state, the courts and police.

I believe in innate rights too, but I'm not so blind to the actual workings of the state that I'm going to trust it to uphold them.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Even the word "earn" is too similar to "deserve." It basically means, "I worked hard for this thing, therefore I deserve it and it's rightfully mine, even if someone else worked just as hard for it but didn't get it. And I should bitch and whine when someone tries to take it away from me, because I earned it."

What's yours is what you can take and what you can hold on to. That's all.

[–]Draxlar 1 point2 points  (0 children)

A simple way of putting it: The World doesn't owe you shit.

[–]Philhelm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Wrong, I deserve everything. But that doesn't mean everything will just land on my lap without effort.

[–]dgcaste 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Entitlement is a cultural construct in which we exercise a series of privileges in order to maintain or grow some sort of network. If human beings could only survive if they had a button pushed on their backs that they couldn't reach, we would end up saying that we deserve having that button pressed. We could very well stop pushing it for people we don't like, or at all altogether, but what it comes down to is that it's a set of actions or goods or privileges that we collectively choose to share.

Loving a baby is easy, fun, and necessary for its health, so we can get away with saying that babies deserve love. Healthcare is often expensive for us to give to people that can't afford it so we have a hard time grappling with whether everyone deserves healthcare. We can say we all deserve oxygen and water because they're plentiful, but imagine a world where water is scarce and we'll quickly be saying water is not a right but a privilege. We all want to be treated at a minimum level of freedom and respect so we have our basic human rights.

So, in essence, we often deserve what we are willing to give others and that is commonly given by others. Otherwise, we're on our own.

[–]Veritas_potissimum 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Deserve is a verb that rolls off a woman's tongue because they want everything to matter and be rewarded accordingly like the universe is some fucking casino dealer. They are the ultimate pragmatists.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Someone here had posted a video on Masculinity vs Femininity by Leo (Actualized). It was a good watch, learned some pretty cool things.

He mentioned that you can be a man with a female brain and vice versa. It has to do with fetal development and testosterone.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (1 child)

To other people, I am 3 things:

My cock.

My wallet.

My fists.

[–]1Sir_Distic 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Replace fists with hands and I agree. Hands because "Hey can you come over and fix my sink you big strong man?" "Hey can you help me move you big strong man?" etc etc

[–]Expectations1 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This is exemplified throughout the great series "The Wire" In this scene. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=N2JjP8ATI7s

Deserve got nuffin to do with it, its his time is all.

No matter how important you think you are or how hard you think youve worked, deserve is just a made up word.

[–]Kiddingyoself 0 points1 point  (0 children)

99.99% of the time, "deserve" is only applicable to that which one already has, good or bad.

[–]clearedmycookies 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Instead of just aiming for the fish in the barrel and target the betas and women, lets also point the fingers at the ourselves as well. If we do everything correct on paper, but either stumble a bit on execution or someone else played a better game, we shouldn't get mad and think we deserved that pussy. There's always another round to play the next day and always more pussy around. Take your loses like a man and earn it the next time around.

[–]5t3fan0 0 points1 point  (1 child)

what i got from the redpill is that, as a man, i'm not entitled to anything.

and it sucks, im still a betabitch so i still dont like it... but it makes sense. i blame my parents for growing me like that and i blame myself for liking it and going with it.

[–]J_AsapGem 0 points1 point  (0 children)

main idea you're in the right place

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (1 child)

We need as many men as possible believing that they deserve things. The more men sitting at home not going out and achieving it means my standing among men grows. The less men clambering to be in the top 20% of men, the easier it is for me to get/stay there.

Tell every man you meet that they're fine just the way they are and they'll find someone special one day.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I want to upvote you, but I also want to punch you in your head.