When I first created by blog, a lot of guys on the Manosphere accused me of being fake or having a Twitter page run by Matt Forney. At the time, I didn’t even know who Matt was and I definitely did not want to be accused for being fake.
Being a red pill girl when the red pill was basically designed for and by Western men struggling to cope with Western women is weird especially when you’re an American girly who doesn’t really agree with being stereotyped with most other American women. It’s kind of like being a magical unicorn especially when most red pill guys think Western women are all entitled crazy feminists who hate to cook or maintain any aspect of their femininity.
That being said, I don’t plan on invading the Manosphere because I do respect the Manosphere for what it is: a plan run by, governed by, and made for men. I don’t think the Manosphere is meant for women and women shouldn’t waste their time reading it since it’s the only place on the Internet for men to talk about men and getting whatever they want from women. I don’t really even read Manosphere blogs because reading how men get girls is pretty pointless. The only thing I can do is avoid PUAs and focus on myself and ultimate goal of marriage.
I first got into the Manosphere because I had a Bodyspace account on bodybuilding.com. I wanted to get into fitness even though I was young and I knew a girl in my high school who was an IFBB Pro.
I just like tons of other people would surf these forums just for fun and I got exposed to what guys really think. I loved looking up what guys thought of Turkish girls and Muslim women. It was hilarious looking up memes of “Dem feet”. I liked the honesty but at times the honesty was too much. I mean, did guys really think Muslim girls smelled like kabobs? Seriously? Or that all Muslims girls were really hoes underneath it all?
I also secretly loved reading the forums about guys ranking girls. I mean, I was 17-years-old and I kind of wanted to compare myself to these girls because I wanted to know where I stood on the scale of 1 to 10. It was kinda nice to have this scale and looking good began to matter when I was 18 and in college.
This is one of funniest charts I love using to rank people:
Personally, I wish more of my audience included more women and not men even though I’m thankful to all my male readers.
I don’t write article about maintaining my skin for men. I also don’t write articles about how I messed up with alpha guys for men either; in fact, I write it for women who are probably struggling with their inner hamster and are dealing with similar things that I’m going through. The background of my page isn’t pink to seduce men but rather to make it more female friendly.
Being a red pill girly means a lot of things to me and to all my female readers on the road to self-improvement, I hope to cultivate a community of female readers.
Here’s what I think it means to be a red pill girly in today’s society:
1.Someone who strives to work on herself everyday to improve and become a better, more attractive, more moral person. Yes, you too can be as hot as one of these girls and be a nice person.
2. Someone who understands that women and men have different timelines for when their SMV is going to peak and when it will stop peaking and wants to take advantage of this by getting married early. There’s obviously exceptions to this but generally, women peak earlier in their SMV and men peak later
3. Someone who understands why it is important for men to be masculine and for women to be feminine.
4. Someone who understands what femininity is and what masculinity is. Cosplay femininity is not good. Femininity and masculinity are mindsets and take a while to achieve and understand. Tempest wrote a great article about it
5. Someone who understands that men and women are not equal because they are meant to complement each other in what they do
6. Someone who realizes that feeling entitled, being bitchy, spending lots of time on social media, and not having real hobbies is not the way to treat a man or be a decent, respectable woman
7. Someone who embraces the fact that a man will not stay with you for your career but will enjoy you because you’re nice to him, you are feminine in nature, you make him feel good, you’re good in bed, you’re attractive, and you’re a good cook.
8. Someone who values their future and has an end goal of getting married to the highest quality man possible.
9. Someone who actually loves men and doing things to keep him happy even if what you think makes him happy don’t necessarily align with things that do make him happy.
10. Someone who takes accountability for her bullshit in her life and all the bad decisions she has made with men so you don’t end up looking as damaged as Miley.
11. Someone who wants a man to lead the relationship so she can follow him. This doesn’t mean the girl is a doormat but she wants the man to have the upper hand in the relationship.