While the fluff put out by young millennial female bloggers generally has little value for the masculine Red Pill aware man, sometimes these scribblings can prove to be a useful source of intel for extracting deeper Red Pill truths from the depths of the local female psyche.
This is especially true if these ramblings come from a young, attractive, empowered modern female at the peak of her choosing power in the dating marketplace. With the advent of modern feminist tripe clouding on their ability to have a realistic idea of their dating prospects and attractiveness as they age, many young “empowered” women are unaware of just how brief that period of peak choosing power can be.
But for now, these attractive young empowered girls can afford to live in comfort by the social capital provided by their biological attractiveness, and the freedom of choice to do whatever they want with their dating lives shielded from social judgement and common sense by the mitagory excuses of feminism.
With such social power hubris often comes, and with hubris unguarded words.
This is why it is often good to pop into the world of young millennial female bloggers once in a while, you never know when you will catch a gem of a post or article exposing the female psyche for all to see. When you have found one such article, all you need to do is to apply your Red Pill awareness to it, and you would have collected many truths and lessons that Blue Pill betas often learn the hard way.
Take this listicle by a young Singaporean millennial female blogger listing the 5 types of Singaporean Fuckboys for instance. Note that this isn’t really a high-brow article on the social phenomenon of Fuckboys in Singapore (which would have been interesting reading) but rather a 5-point grievance list on the kind of guys that peeve our dear female blogger here.
Never mind that the term “Fuckboy” as it is commonly understood would not apply to several of the archetypes she listed, this article is actually quite a gem for examining her grievances through a Red Pill perspective. Let’s go through these 5 archetypes and see what they are really about under the Red Pill:
1. The Victim
If the first thing he tells you is how heartbroken he was during the last relationship.. How he was cheated on, lied to and scarred by his previous dates.. RUN. PLEASE. PACK YA BAGS AND RUN.
The Victim is basically your hapless Blue Pill Beta who has been shafted over numerous times but yet has learnt little from the experience.
Instead of objectively examining why he suffers from romantic failure and learning from the men who are successful, he carries these emotional baggages into his next relationship and attempts to parlay pity for attraction with sob stories.
The Victim more likely than not has absorbed a big part of the “sensitive guys are hot” narrative and mistakenly believes his sob stories and weak man act will make a girl fall for him. The Victim is perhaps the worst kind of Blue Pill you can be, he gathers virtually no respect from women and is doomed to a life of being mentally written off as a loser.
Don’t be this guy, take the Red Pill and take control of your life.
2. The Romantic
The cutie-pie you wish was yours. But he’s also pretty average, making him to be the perfect boy-next-door you know you’d feel secure with. To top it off, he makes you feel like you’re the only one in his eyes. But also, not forgetting to remind you how many girls are in the queue… Upon the first 2 dates, he has already said he would love to marry you. He makes travel plans 6 months ahead with you… But of course, just verbal plans (lol).
The Romantic is slightly better off than The Victim, but not by much. He does not have the emotional baggage of The Victim (yet), but has poor frame-control and pedestalises the women as noted from his all-out attempt to romantically woo whoever he is interested in.
This is a Blue Pill romantic buying into disney concepts of dating and relationships- he makes big promises because that’s what the social script told him to do but lacks the gumption, strength and courage to really carry them off, but even if he did his overbearing supplication to women is unlikely to gather true attraction.
His promises are predictably grandiose because that is what his Blue Pill conditioning told him he should be doing, but his failure to truly live up to his unrealistic disney romantic aspirations and excessive supplication only lower his value in the eyes of women.
Predictably, his threats of having other fish in the sea interested in him is not taken seriously by the girl, because she is unable to see him as a high-value male.
Red Pill men have a realistic view of human nature in dating and relationships along with their own strengths and weaknesses, a masculine man does not pedestalise women, his life is about his mission, not the girl. He does not make promises he can’t keep.
3. The Hypebeasty + cool Instagram feed social media dude
Let’s not forget the ultimate package that comes with a flannel shirt / nude shade outerwear / oversized t-shirts + ripped jeans + small ringed earrings + dad/baseball caps + sneakers. And some group dab photos outside clubs that caption “#squadgoals“. Or occasional rap lyrics with them smokin’ rokok.
This type also has a sub-unit: some claim they’re low profile (with not many followers). But the only low profile thing is you in their lives.’
This is the nu-man, the Justin Bieber, the male of our times that has all the barest superficial appearance of masculinity and is about the flash and flare without any of the substance that comes with being a self-aware and self-improving masculine man.
It is possible that these guys are Red Pill aware, even if they are not they certainly closer to it than Mr. Victim and Romantic. They understand the appeal and better deal that being a bad/flashy boy gives them, but that is as far as they go with it. Don’t be these guys, be something more.
Our typical pop-culture millennial female bloggers may be into frivolous things, but even she knows that such men are poor long-term commitment prospects. They are however, perfectly okay for hedonistic indiscretions and short flings that she expects her future long term partner to forgive and pretend never happened because she had “gotten it all out of her system”.
4. The “What-you-see-is-what-you-get” guy
He has always put it out there to you that THIS IS WHO HE IS. He doesn’t try to impress you – and similarly, you’re not very much impressed. You just like him, but he thinks you are obsessed. And accepts your love anyway.
These are guys that generally don’t care all that much about retaining their woman, or simply lack the Red Pill awareness of human relationships to do so. This is actually pretty common among guys in Singapore in my experience and contributes largely to the stereotype that Singaporean guys are boring.
As noted, these guys are unimpressive. They lack Red Pill awareness and do not know what women look for in a man. They are liable to discuss frivolous things like Nerf guns, videogames, and random memes with women, thinking that they can treat girls exactly like they treat guys.
A Red Pill aware, masculine man knows he can’t be half-assed about things. Don’t be mediocre.
5. The Mature Working Singaporean Man
He’s not like the rest. He is mature and he gives you great advice. He tells you to be serious about your work. He encourages you to work hard and fight for what you want. He’s also 100% supportive of the plans you have for your future.
Except that he’s shady af.
This is where it gets interesting, looking at the previous archetypes via the Red Pill gave us insight into plenty of things of what not to do, but the 5th archetype may very well be a Red Pill man.
He has his shit together, has a good head of valuable advice (probably provided by life experience) and knows how to handle his relationship in general. Even if he has never heard of the Red Pill experience has led him to learn many of the basic tenets.
This is when our attractive girl finds the script flipped. Here she has is a man who is a good long term prospect and is somebody that she might want for her future when father time takes away her good looks and choosing power in the dating marketplace.
Except that he knows his value, has seen plenty of girls like her before, and isn’t tripping over himself to win her favour because he knows how the game is played, and he is the one who now has the options.
This predictably leads our girl to need to find some way to classify him as a “shady” undesirable “Fuckboy”, because the truth is somewhat more unpleasany,
He has options, and he knows that in a couple of years she won’t. As he gains in resources and maturity his dating pool opens up and he has his pick of who he wants to spend his time and resources on.
He’s the one deciding if she is a good value proposition for being a long-term prospect, if she is good “wife” material. He isn’t being shady because he has stuff to hide, but because he just does not need to put up with her drama and has already seen it all with women.
He has choice, and he knows it. She is the one who needs to qualify herself, not him.
The prospect that a woman’s choosing power will one day decline and a man, despite having a tough time at first, will rise if he plays his cards right is a truth that is extremely offensive and unpleasant for most Blue Pill people. It is also a truth that modern feminism has gone to great lengths to mitigate in the favour of women. But at the end of the day, reality is what it is and it has no pity for how hurt our feelings may be by it.
This is a basic Red Pill truth that every masculine man should know, improve yourself through your masculine journey and be the guy with options.
You know you are doing things right when women start to criticise you not because you are inadequate but because you have the upper hand and do not play things their way.