I recently came across the deadbedrooms subreddit. It’s always interesting to read guys in their 40s accounts of how shitty their sex lives are. As a male in my 20s, it gives me an example not to aspire to.
But what’s more interesting is the hate that the red pill gets in non-red pill parts of Reddit. In particular, I found one exchange where a guy who wasn’t getting any from his wife was advised to check out the red pill subreddit for self improvement advice. He declined, saying that he’d ‘never check out anything red pill or associated with it.’
Why the blind hatred?
The guy whose not getting laid says, “The thought of any form of manipulation seems, just ‘icky,'”
So…you’re expecting sex with your wife to just ‘happen?’
Obviously that’s not been working out for you, buddy. Self-improvement is not manipulation.
Neither is playing in a band, having a few girls come up to you after the show and give you their number while your girlfriend is watching. But it sure as hell makes your GF realize that she shouldn’t hold sex above your head.
The best way to predict the future is to create it.
So, that is my question to you. Why are you skeptical about the ‘red pill?’ Really all it is is a bunch of men trying to improve their lives, and yes, lay hotter women. Last time I checked that’s what men have been hard-wired to do for centuries.