The Red Pill Classroom — An Introduction to the Red Pill

Consider the following quote from the movie “The Matrix”,

You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.” —  Morpheus speaking to Neo

The blue pill symbolizes the world as it is packaged for you to see.  The red pill is about the world as it truly is.  In the context here, the blue pill is about how women are presented to the world (much of it a holdover from times past), while the red pill is about how women really are.

The question arises, “Why would there be a mismatch here”?  The short answer — it is to the advantage of women that the world is bathed in a propagandized version rather than a realistic depiction.  One might assume the realistic version is less than flattering, and one would be correct in doing so.

How did this discrepancy come to be?  The Feminist Movement has effectively discharged women from performing expected societal behaviors such that their natural intrinsic inclinations were allowed to come forth.  These were at the very least moderately suppressed in times past.  In those bygone eras, women were taught many virtues; for example humility, grace, patience, kindness and submission to husbands.  The teaching was not always effective, but in any case, virtues such as these became the definition of what a woman was.  In reality, women had to work to cultivate these virtues, as they were not built-in.  This all worked well enough such that society (at least partially) came to believe that the cultivated virtues were intrinsic.

The Feminist Movement released women from the need to develop and practice these virtues, yet the feminists worked hard to maintain the notion of women’s intrinsic virtuosity (e.g. the “more moral sex”).  Two aspects of their new found freedom were especially pernicious, the feminine imperative and hypergamy.  Together they have wrought havoc in the world, and have done so under the “virtuous woman” banner.  This is your starting point.

The red pill gives one the ability to see the situation as it truly is.  For many men, this medicine must be administered continually for quite some time in order to flush the blue pill effects out of the system.  So, by all means, do explore the manosphere, and endeavor to comprehend all of the implications of the red pill.


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62 comments on “The Red Pill Classroom — An Introduction to the Red Pill
  1. Tarnished says:

    Were that more men would take the red pill…

    Then we’d have men who are capable of making better choices through superior information, boys would be able to stand up for themselves in school, and women would no longer be absurdly pedestalized and relationships could begin from an equal standpoint.


  2. Yoda says:

    A unicorn at the bottom of the rainbow I do see?

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Tarnished says:

    Indeed, though not for long as it is 12:15am, my time. 😛


  4. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    It would seem that promoting ignorance would benefit somebody and, yet. there is the refrain that men should “Just get it”. This is so twisted and duplicitous that men who would be honest are at such disadvantage that they should not play.


  5. theasdgamer says:

    I guess that I am the first to say to Farm Boy, “Well done!”

    [Thank You]

    Liked by 1 person

  6. theasdgamer says:

    The Red Pill for women is: You really are sexually attracted to jerks, but you know that nice guys are better for you.

    I went out again last night, solo. I talked with a divorced woman (DW) who had been married to a jerk who played around and DW also dated a jerk who played around. She still claimed that she liked nice guys. I told her what I was doing with Mrs. Gamer. DW didn’t like hearing it, but she found me intriguing. Of course. DW perceived me as a jerk.

    Mrs. Gamer thinks that my thoughts last night while dancing were nasty, but not so. So, I’m a jerk to her and she’s upset with me again (and again and again, ad nauseum). Therefore, because Mrs. Gamer perceives me as a jerk, she cooked meals for me that I like and is working out this morning to make herself trim.

    So, the Red Pill says that if you are a nice guy, you must appear as a jerk if you want your woman to be sexually attracted to you. You must be Machiavellian in order to lead your woman well. “Be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.” The penny drops.

    So, all you Tradcons, do you believe that a man needs to lead a woman? Who explained leadership best? Wasn’t it Machiavelli? So, Tradcons, you have a problem. You disdain men who are Machiavellian, yet you know that being Machiavellian is required of good leaders and you require men to be good leaders. Your beliefs are contradictory and illogical.

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  7. Spawny Get says:

    “A unicorn at the bottom of the rainbow I do see?”

    Good eyesight you have

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Tarnished says:

    How many Tradcons do we have here? I thought most of us were MGTOW or MGTOW sympathizers… 😕


  9. theasdgamer says:

    @ Tarn

    The logic is there for anyone who needs it when discussing male leadership with a Tradcon.


  10. Tarnished says:

    Ah…so for the lurkers.


  11. Yoda says:

    Significance of sunflower, what would it be?


  12. Spawny Get says:

    The sad sunflower is Uncle Spawny’s trademark.

    Count yerself lucky…I was considering having a kiwi bird surfing down the rainbow.


  13. Spawny Get says:

    Your moment in the Sun(flower) Farm Boy

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    there is the refrain that men should “Just get it”

    Where does this refrain come from?

    And what exactly is “it”?


  15. Farm Boy says:

    The sad sunflower is Uncle Spawny’s trademark.

    I thought that you were a penguin.

    Maybe even like this penguin,

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Farm Boy says:

    Hate Speech,

    Via Instapundit —- If you read between the apology lines: “I thought they were wingnuts; I learned they were marxists, oops; I like.”


  17. Tarnished says:

    *Is* a Machiavellian leader good?

    I’m not disdainful of those who are of this type of leadership, but I am extremely wary of them. It’s incredibly easy to use “the ends justify the means” to allow increasingly corrupt actions.


  18. theasdgamer says:

    @ Tarn

    How do you judge whether a leader is good? In what sense can a leader be good? And good for whom?


  19. theasdgamer says:

    Can a leader be effective and not be Machiavellian? So, if we reject Machiavellian leaders, do we necessarily saddle ourselves with incompetent leaders?


  20. Cill says:

    “americas stupidest college professor”
    What a hilariously gratifying spectacle.


  21. Cill says:

    @Farm Boy “I thought they were wingnuts; I learned they were marxists, oops; I like.”
    I’m trying to decide if Peter Jackson might actually like this.


  22. theasdgamer says:

    @ FB

    And what exactly is “it”?

    How to behave towards women that makes men desirable. Game.


  23. Yoda says:

    I was considering having a kiwi bird surfing down the rainbow.

    A bear doing so good it would be.


  24. FuzzieWuzzie says:



  25. Spawny Get says:

    If someone donates a bear image in a suitable pose, preferably with a nice distinct background


  26. Spawny Get says:

    Although only one like for each of the two masterpieces…buthowcanthatbe?
    Most demotivating.


  27. Tarnished says:

    Wow. Nice going with the bigotry there, Russia…


  28. Spawny Get says:

    Yer right, they’re forcing men to become chauffeurs for everyone else…the bastards.


  29. molly says:

    I caught up with the news. Some “experts” are warning, NZ would be the ideal target for Muslim terror.

    Beautiful morning again. The nature looks beautiful. Pity we’re stuck with the sickos tho. Anyway life goes on. I ❤ life !! Let's live! 🙂


  30. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    If you live in an open society, you are vulnerable.Before 9/11, I never gave a second thought to carrying my Swiss Army knife. I have never heaed of anyone, anywhere, ever being assaulted with a Swiss Army knife.
    In the meanwhile, 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 ;roll:

    Spawny Get,
    It’s all righta about the surfing bear, the thought is more fun than the reality.


  31. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spaqwny Get,
    If ever you are at a loss for a subject for a post, would you consider sharing the backstory on the “Sad Sunflower”?


  32. Spawny Get says:

    Farm Boy…I lolled

    Fuzzie, there was this image of a field of happy looking (normal simp) sunflowers, with that one in it…great
    veni, vidi…errm…voli? (Complete guess)


  33. Yoda says:

    veni, vidi…errm…voli?

    “Verdi” Yoda would say.
    Fine color it is.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny Get,
    You just gave me an idea of what to watch tonight. Jan Sobieski saying “Venimus, vidimus, Deus vincit” and watch everyone beat up the Turks near Vienna in 1683.


  35. Spawny Get says:

    Here’s a BBC audio show about the battle of Tours

    Don’t know of any movies, wouldn’t mind a little education on the key battles. Preferably somewhat historically accurate.


  36. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    Thought you might want a little cheering up.

    Spawny Get,
    Here’s what I am watching on youtube.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny, it’s in English with Polish subtitles.


  38. molly says:

    Spawny, just read up on Charles the Hammer. What a guy.
    Or Vlad the Impaler
    What another guy.
    Or the Knights of St John holding off the Ottomans at Malta, when armour was inferior to earlier armour.
    Guys rule! 🙂
    Richard 1st of England, among best of the best. Look for the latest re him not the old bulltucky.

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  39. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    So you have a taste for heroes. Heroes need to eat lots of burritos.


  40. molly says:

    Fuzzie would’ve been a hero more like Cnut, King of Denmark, England, Norway, and parts of Sweden
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯
    (one for each paw, min. one paw always free for battle weapon) 🐻


  41. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I looked him up! The spelling threw me as I have known him as Canute. Having watched a documentary on Oliver Cromwell last night, Canute could have given lessons in humility yo Charles I.
    Thank you, I am honored.


  42. molly says:

    Cnut didn’t fight against Muslims tho he was great. The names I gave Spawny all kicked Muslim ass. 😉

    The American Clippers kicked Muslim pirate ass off the Barbary Coast, which the Brit navy had failed to do. American Clippers with transverse chines superior to British fighting ships.


  43. molly says:

    Frigates sorry,not Clippers.


  44. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    One of those frigates is still commissioned.


  45. molly says:

    I said “chines”. It more like “hogs” I guess, except there are 2 of them and they’re not really hogs. The traditional hog is on top of the keel (I know, as helped Cill build his new yacht). It was called “hog” as it bent up in the middle like a hog’s spine coz of cannon weight. The American frigates’ transverse “hogs” were rigid against the bend. Their ships’ fire power to ship weight ratio was better than the poms’. They could beat Pom frigates and even threaten a Ship of the Line. Americans did break-through designs. Same as you know with American superior “B” (B17 etc) bomber designs during WW2.


  46. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    A lot of advancement in military aircraft between the wars can be credited to the RCAF.
    But look, we figured out how to make airpland do wheelies!


  47. Sumo says:

    Did I read that right? Cill has a cannon on his yacht? A real, functional cannon?

    That. Is. Bad. Ass.


  48. molly says:

    Sumo I’m so bad with words. I ask Cill to check my wording if he’s here, which he’s not. The old sailing ships’ hogs bent due to more cannon weight at bow and stern than midships. It bent like a hog’s back which is why they called it a hog.


  49. Sumo says:

    So there’s no cannon….?



  50. Sumo says:

    I’m kidding, Molls. You know that The Mighty Sumo wuvs ya. 😉


  51. molly says:

    brow bump.


  52. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I have to expand my video repotoire. How’s this?


  53. molly says:

    Fuzzie cool, vid. The Orca is the largest Dolphin. Their eyes can be above the surface and watching us. Orca are awesome.


  54. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Bear video!

    Good night!


  55. molly says:

    Night night sleep tight Fuzzie
    🐻 🐻 🐻 🐻 🐻


  56. Spawny Get says:

    Cnut / Canute / Knut (there’s a place in England called Knutsford), it’s all good.


  57. Spawny Get says:

    The film Master and Commander (great film, loved it) talked about bow design (iirc) related to the French ship they were attempting to intercept. In the books, however, (as far as I read) the ship design issue came up more in relation to the Americans. The books are a fantastic read. The film makes a great attempt to capture the atmosphere, but can’t match the books. I read the book with the blockade of Toulon while living just up the road a bit.


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