Jack’s Law of Red Pill Awareness

In a nutshell: Women are trouble! Choose wisely and maintain Frame.

Readership: All

Today, I made the mistake of perusing that blog, “One in the bush is worth two in the hand”, or some such name like that. Every time I visit this blog, I close the browser window with the impression that there are yet a lot of women who are still wishing to return to the glory years of second wave feminism (which I would place in the 1980’s and 90’s) – a time before the Red Pill awakening, when men were still clueless about the nature of women, chivalry was assumed, alpha studs lurked, beta orbiters abounded, no fault divorce, the widespread availability of abortion, et cetera, ad infinitum, ad nauseam…

It sends shivers down my spine to realize that these same women are probably my own generational cohorts… (!!!)

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Image: Hedy Lamarr as Delilah, in Samson and Delilah (1949).

One of the whimz left the following comment.

Dalrock’s Law of Feminism: ‘Feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems.’

Question: isn’t it equally true that the Red Pill is ‘the assertion that women are evil and naturally want to hurt men, followed by pleas to women to solve all of men’s problems’?”

After reading this, I let out a long sigh and a chuckle, because I recognize that it is an ongoing challenge for many peeps to Get It Right.

Admittedly, there is a general tendency for men to wish that women would be more introspective and more responsible in exercising personal agency, because this would solve many of men’s problems in dealing with women. However, most RP men are aware that, for a woman to have this level of awareness, is a very tall order indeed.

I suppose women can intuitively sense this deficiency within intersexual transactions, and have picked up on this expectation from men, even while never realizing that it is caused by their own lack of discretion. Granted, this last statement contains a very cold and unloving assertion of the apparent ‘stupidity’ of females, but it is the general sentiment of men, nevertheless.

I am throwing this out there, because I have the firm conviction that a woman could vastly improve her eternal state, if she could understand with clarity how women do make this impression on men.

So here, I need to offer a correction (especially for my female readership), which I will call Jack’s Law of Red Pill Awareness:

One of the many conclusions of the Red Pill is that sexually liberated women are evil* and naturally want to indulge their feminine imperatives at the expense of hurting men. This should be followed by admonishments to men not to involve themselves in all of women’s problems, but only to establish the discipline of Frame for those females for whom they are directly responsible (i.e. wives and daughters).

An abbreviated version of this Law would be,

Women are trouble. Choose wisely and maintain Frame.

* I here make the claim that spiritual immaturity, commonly manifested as a lack of moral agency, is a form of latent evil, which should be considered in addition to the more notorious faculty of diabolical evil.

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Jack is a world traveling artist, skilled in trading ideas and information, none of which are considered too holy, too nerdy, nor too profane to hijack and twist into useful fashion. Sigma Frame Mindsets and methods for building and maintaining a masculine Frame
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2 Responses to Jack’s Law of Red Pill Awareness

  1. Ed Hurst says:

    My term of the Discipline of Frame is “shepherd manhood.” And your footnote is quite good, in that it is too easy to forget sins of omission when looking at sins of commission. Laziness is a form of evil.

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