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Reader Wayne offers an explanation of the watered-down truths that are now leaking into the mainstream:

I think this [watering down] is because, when addressing a general audience, the bitterness of the medicine cannot be accepted by many female readers and old school white knights, so they feel the need to tone it down.

Wayne has a good point here. In any general audience, only a small fraction of that audience will have the fortitude to acknowledge the reality of sexual dynamics. Here’s my sweeping generalization on how it breaks down:

Boomer men are too moralistic and set in their ways to change their view.

Boomer women are too drunk and delusional from the bitter fruits of feminism to give useful advice to young women.

Gen X men might accept the red pill, but are too bitter about their life choices to get much benefit from it.

Gen X women are too busy spinning their rationalization hamster about how they still have plenty of time to do _____.

Millennial men are hopelessly soyed-over and indoctrinated with “toxic masculinity” propaganda (though there are pockets of hope in the male self-improvement sphere).

Millennial women are either too overweight, unhealthy, mentally unstable, etc. to be considered suitable for mating or else they are enjoying the unlimited no-obligation attention offered to them by newfangled social media.

I see four potential groups of Christians who might be receptive to red pill truths:

  • Married men who had an alpha frame before marriage but lost it
  • Men who are already practicing self-improvement
  • Women who are married to an alpha male
  • Generation Z who gets to witness the effects of three generations of stupidity

Within any general audience of Christians, these groups will only make up a tiny percentage. The red pill is simply not designed for a mainstream audience.

On the other hand, people will read things online that they would never dare to discuss in real life. So you never know how many “unplugged” men and women are walking about on the streets of your home town.

The fact that mainstream sources are attempting to co-opt red pill truths for their own agenda is telling. It means they see it as a threat.

But, by and large, I think most Christians are too pussified to accept the red pill. Women because, well, they literally do have a pussy. And men because they’ve been trained from their childhood to think and act like women.

But we would do well to apply the Apostle Paul’s admonition to the Corinthians to this age:

Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.