Not Trusting women is Deep Inner Game

The proper management of Trust is the central pillar of holding Frame.

Readership: Men
Theme: Giving the gift of yourself to others.
Length: 1,300 words
Reading Time: 4.5 minutes

Some Clarifications

“The heart of her husband safely trusts her;
So he will have no lack of gain.”

Proverbs 31:11 (NKJV)

The context of this verse should be well noted. It describes the Proverbs 31 woman, the quality of whom is less common than one in 1,000 women according to Solomon (Ecclesiastes 7:28). This verse can be woefully misleading if we apply this to all women and assume they are trustworthy. It sets women up on a pedestal, which we already know suggests an inversion of roles.

Back in June, I wrote a series of posts discussing the concept of Masculinity within the context of a relationship – how to interpret a woman’s stated opinions of a man’s masculinity, and whether or not, and how much, a man should trust a woman when opening up.

Adam Piggott did me the favor of granting a response in his post, Husbands must not unburden themselves (2021 July 6). In this post, he wrote,

“…we do not wish to know God’s heart or mind. It is a burden enough dealing with our own.

Within this context it should be radically clear just how demonic the modern concept of equality is. The coordinated propaganda for men to ‘get in touch with their feelings’ via their female counterparts is not merely self-defeating; it is damning. It is a trap for a man even to contemplate the idea of unburdening his feelings to his wife, let alone to do so. Our women need us to be strong, resolute, unyielding and to have the answers because that is the original deal. That is what female natures demand, just as male natures demand the same from God.

To understand what a woman needs from a relationship with her husband we merely need to consider what we need from our relationship with God.

In conclusion I am in disagreement with Jack’s answer to the question on whether a man should be able to unburden his troubles with his wife. The answer is no, period. There is no theoretical ideal, as such a whimsy fantasy leads men directly to disaster. We need to grow up and be resolute on this. Leaders lead. They do not seek the soft reassurance of underlings to moisten their egos. To do such a thing is weakness, and women abhor weakness. As indeed we would do if it were ever presented to us from above.

(As a concluding aside, this is why Satan is in hell – he is weakness personified.)”

In spite of the Mandalorian overtones, in general, I agree with what Adam has written in this post. The reason I wrote what I did in the series is because I do believe it is God’s desire to open His innermost heart to us — not because He is weak and needs to unload, but because of His love for us and for the sake of intimacy. I believe God hopes for men to have the same expression of intimacy towards their wives as He hopes to have with us.

Ideally, a wife should trust her husband. Ideally, a man should be able to trust his wife, as it says in Proverbs 31:11 (quoted at the top). That’s how it’s supposed to be.

But as Adam pointed out, very few people can understand or accept the raw truth of human frailty, especially insecure, immature women. For those who can’t take the full brunt of the joys and sorrows of the truth, the archetype must be upheld.

In reality, the reason why a man should not open up to his wife is not because he is weak, and he needs to hide his weakness. The reason is because the wife is weak, and she can’t face reality without losing faith.

As I stated before, Game is necessary for immature women, and less so for mature women. (I think I’m the only Christian Manospherian still pushing “married game”.)

An Odd Correlation

Disclosure: Due to some childhood trauma, I’ve always found it difficult to trust others. Whenever I was able to trust another person, it was usually someone who was beautiful, charismatic, charming, or gut churning honest – not someone who was genuinely trustworthy. The negative fallout from this only reinforced my inability to trust.

In my experience,

  • Whenever I opened my heart to a woman, I was met with rejection in short order.
  • Whenever I guarded my heart and refused to trust a woman, she fell for me quite hard.

I can’t tell you how many times this happened to me. I wrestled with it for years. As I became more aware of this dynamic, I tried not to trust women I liked, thinking that I could reverse the effects – to no avail. I tried to trust women I didn’t like as a means of shooing them away. This was also an exercise in futility. The women who wouldn’t stop chasing me (some did for years) were those I didn’t like, and didn’t trust. It was a catastrophe.

My father once told me,

“Don’t make yourself too obvious to people. Always hold something back. Throw out a bizarre red herring now and then, just to keep them guessing about you.”

At the time, I took this to mean that putting up a smokescreen and being mysterious filters out the riff raff, and those who can see through it are the people who really care about you. But that wasn’t the point. (Disclosure: My father also had trust issues.)

The point was that when a man holds his own, and defends his heart from being attacked, then it gives him more emotional stability and social leverage. It draws respect from other men, and it makes him more attractive to women. (Disclosure: My father is greatly respected, but not trusted very much. However, I trust him very much. I would even say he’s been my best friend throughout life.)

Concluding Statements

When I consider all this evidence objectively, I reach the conclusion that it is a foolish forfeiture of power to trust a woman, even a woman I am in a committed relationship with. In fact, the Bible says as much.

Do not trust in a friend;
Do not put your confidence in a companion;
Guard the doors of your mouth
From her who lies in your bosom.
For son dishonors father,
Daughter rises against her mother,
Daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law;
A man’s enemies are the men of his own household.
Therefore I will look to the Lord;
I will wait for the God of my salvation;
My God will hear me.

Micah 7:5-7 (NKJV)

We are living in such times as Micah did.

The Red Pill has opened my eyes to see that women want men to trust them because it grants them attention and power. It also props up their pride – the ability to pick and prod, and sift through a man’s heart, and to judge him according to her whimsical, solipsistic nature. Usually, her final judgment is that he is an “immature boy”, which is unhelpful to a man’s confidence and psychological well-being.

Σ Frame Axiom 20: The proper management of Trust is the central pillar of holding Frame.

I wish I could have realized this correlation much earlier in life, but alas, I never thought of this connection. My concept of trust was too cerebral, and I was not aware that I wore my heart on my shirt sleeves around those women I adored. I was too Blue Pilled. I wanted too much to be able to trust a woman and find love. I even believed it was God’s will for my marriage to be as such.

And so I waited… and waited… and waited…

But the reality is that more than 999/1,000 women are simply not trustworthy.

So my experience proved to be truer than my conceptualization.

About Jack

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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29 Responses to Not Trusting women is Deep Inner Game

  1. Oscar says:

    Gripes go up, not down. A leader doesn’t gripe to his subordinates, nor does he gripe in front of his subordinates.

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  2. I still think this topic is more nuanced than that which I covered here.

    Christianity and Masculinity: The fallacy of teaching men to be emotionally honest part 2 (2021-06-24)

    Namely, simply emoting or venting or complaining with no purpose is always going to negative. Emoting and expressing feelings in the context of problem solving or being victorious over a situation tend to be more helpful and can build trust. Also, attractive men have more leeway.

    The other fallacy is obviously that all that one experiences and all that is true does not always have to be said or expressed. This is a big discernment thing that both men and women need to understand not just within the context of male-female relationships.

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  3. catacombresident says:

    It’s not a question of trusting, but of whom, and when, and how much. There are trustworthy people in this world, including women, just not very many.

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  4. redpillboomer says:

    I’ve noticed since being red pilled that I too do not trust women; or probably a better way to put it, female nature in general. I think it’s because I just know TOO MUCH now; not like I know everything about them, but enough now that I view them through a red pill lens pretty much all the time. Even with my wife, I’ve noticed I don’t open up emotionally a lot either. I’m talking about deep inner feelings or struggles I may be having. Our relationship is really good, best it’s ever been, in part thanks to me being red pilled, but she’s still a woman, and even though I trust her, the trust has a certain boundary to it.

    With women not my wife, I’m polite, friendly and/or flirty if I FEEL LIKE IT (my call), but trust their nature? No way. I don’t open up with them at all, I save that for the men on my men’s team and that is only done in a masculine way, not in a feminine ’emoting’ manner. We’ve even had a man or two cry a little bit dealing with the pressures of life they’re under, but that’s okay with us. We get it, and it’s all good; no sense of, “He shouldn’t be crying, not manly.” Nope, it works very well with men who have a level of trust in one another; trust in like, “We’re all in this thing called life together, let’s be there for one another as needed.” I’d NEVER do that with women. The two realms are VERY different.

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    • feeriker says:

      Good points, all. The danger we as men face in this day and age of wokeness and social collapse is that male fraternity, whether formally organized or simply men as friends who trust each other, look out for each other, and give each other strength is under fullscale assault. Sadly, this assault has mostly been successful. I’m hardpressed to think of even one single male acquaintance (in meat/meet space, that is) that I can call a true friend, whom I can confide in with my deepest concerns and whom I can trust to at least try to help me out and cover my six o’clock when I’m in trouble. I know I am DEFINITELY not alone in this predicament, either. Until men begin to see each other as allies as much as competitors, we’re sitting ducks for the very worst that woke, godless society has in store for us.

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      • Oscar says:

        Remember all those “fraternal orders” that used to exist? Some of them were still around when I was a kid. I used to think they were silly, but now I see their value. Now, we’ll have to build new ones from scratch.

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      • locustsplease says:

        Not a lot of friendlies out here. Maybe 5% or 10% of men, and 0% of women. The rest would watch public executions for child support debt and think nothing of it.

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      • Red Pill Apostle says:

        Here is the encouraging news about creating brotherhoods. First, it does not take many men to make one up. 5-10 good men will do in creating a sense of tribe. Second, many men will not buy into RP terminology, but will nod in agreement when the principle is laid out to them in common language.

        Because AWALT exists, almost every married man has had to deal with his wife’s female characteristics to one degree or another. For example, if you were to talk about submission, headship inversion, the Gen 3:16 curse and how it plays out, the typical BP husband will look at you funny. But if you tell guy, the only reason she can get away with behavior like that is because she has the “P”, he will nod in agreement like a bobblehead doll. I know this is true because I’ve done it and there are more men out there, at least in my area of the South, that intuitively buy into RP concepts even if they haven’t put the whole picture together yet.

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      • Jack says:

        “…many men will not buy into RP terminology, but will nod in agreement when the principle is laid out to them in common language.”

        RPB has said that he paraphrases a lot of RP concepts when he talks to the other men in his small group, and with great effect. I do the same thing in my classes to get around cultural differences and the false familiarity of stereotypes. But at some point, recasting ideas for better broadcasting reception becomes more of a charismatic art and less of a political or psychological science.

        I don’t know how many times I’ve seen sensible people reject good ideas simply because it wasn’t phrased exactly to their liking. I take a lot of effort to phrase my ideas in a “package” that people can swallow, but there seems to be a limit to the amount of sugarcoating you can place on truth. My recent post on the importance of humility and worship in Kumbaya-like experiences is an excellent example of this.

        WRT the current post, I think this might offer a clue about who is worthy to be trusted. That is, you’re more likely to establish rapport with those people who can “hear” what you’re saying without amplifying the static.

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  5. info says:

    “It is a trap for a man even to contemplate the idea of unburdening his feelings to his wife, let alone to do so. Our women need us to be strong, resolute, unyielding and to have the answers because that is the original deal. That is what female natures demand, just as male natures demand the same from God.”

    Only people you open your hearts to. Your brothers in the faith and other comrades. And God himself.

    David poured out his soul before God. Because that’s what a Man after God’s own heart does. Ultimately burdens are to be given to God.

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  6. thedeti says:

    This, to me, is almost Peak Red Pill – reaching bedrock. Drilling down so far there’s nothing further to drill down into. You’ve mined the seam clean; there is nothing more to be obtained, no further wisdom to be found.

    Trust is a basic building block of the movements each human takes when operating in the world. You trust that when you go to sleep, you’ll wake up. The sun will rise. Your feet will hit solid ground. Water will come out of the faucet. Your car will start. The wheels will stay on your car. The road will support the weight of your car. Gravity will prevent you from flying off into space. Sunlight will keep you from freezing to death; the ozone layer will prevent the sun’s radiation from cooking your insides; and the oxygen in that same atmosphere will sustain you and prevent you from suffocating or exploding.

    Trust is a foundation of human relationships. Mom and Dad love you. They would never lie to you. They would never hurt you or lead you astray. How do you know who your Daddy is? Because your Mama told you who he is. How do you know what’s true and what’s not? Because Mom and Dad tell you. How do you know who you can trust? Because mom says so, and dad defers to mom on all that people stuff.

    Mom says you can trust women. Everyone around you tells you you MUST trust women, and NEVER EVER trust men.

    “We don’t lie, son. We especially don’t lie about sex. You have to treat girls nice, and if you do, they’ll be nice back to you. If you’re not being treated nice, it’s because you’re not nice. You have to be nicer. If you can’t trust people, it’s because you’re not trustworthy. You have to give and give and give, and show you can be trusted, and then people will trust you. Work hard, and you’ll be given everything you want and need.”

    “You can’t trust men. Men are bad, evil, violent, criminal, and just want sex. (Left clearly implied, but unstated, is that YOU, son, are bad, evil, violent, criminal, and sex-crazed.) Women are more moral, more spiritual, more nurturing and caring, and therefore more trustworthy. Women are just all around better at relationships than men are. So if you want relationships with people, you need relationships with women.”

    “Women are good. Women are nice, kind, and caring. You can tell women anything, and they will have an understanding, caring attitude toward you. Women will nurture you and care for you. Women will never, ever hurt you. Well, except for a very, very few women who are slutty, stupid, crazy, broken, or damaged. THOSE women are bad, but there aren’t many of them. Usually, those are the women who sleep around. Those are the women who will try to get you to have sex with them and get pregnant. They are bad. But most women are not like that. I’m not like that, the women in your family are not like that, and most women you meet are not like that. Most women are good, nice, kind, caring, nurturing, and just want to be wives and mommies. And it is YOUR job to go out there and take a woman and give her what she wants – to be a wife and a mommy.”

    How do you know all this is so?

    Because your mom told you so. And your dad agreed.

    So, it is quite the shell shock trauma to discover that 2 +2 most definitely does NOT equal 5, like Mom told you.

    The point of all this is how difficult it is to learn how to not trust women. How difficult it is to learn that even the women closest to you, who know you best — mom, sisters, grandmothers, aunties, even wives — are not to be trusted. How life-altering and earth-shattering it is to find out the people you thought you could trust the most lied through their teeth to you and in fact are the least trustworthy people in your life. Frankly, that still hurts. It’s also something I am still working to internalize.

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    • Jack says:

      “This, to me, is almost Peak Red Pill – reaching bedrock.”

      I agree. The Manosphere has been chewing through the meat and gristle for the past decade, and we’re only now beginning to bite into the bone. However, I also agree with what Deep Strength wrote,

      “I still think this topic is more nuanced than [what has been covered].”

      Yes, the bone is just as complex as what we have covered, and yet, because of the deeply spiritual nature of the subject, it is even more difficult to dissect and hash out the details.

      “The point of all this is how difficult it is to learn how to not trust women.”

      This is where we are right now, given the current SMP. But I think in the very near future, men’s general level of trust in women will sink to a millennial low. Eventually, the outstanding question will be whether men can ever hope to enjoy emotional and sexual intimacy with their wives without having to endure the catastrophic consequences of trusting them. Is it correct (or safer) to say, “Don’t ever trust any women”? Or is it more like CatacombResident wrote,

      “It’s not a question of trusting, but of whom, and when, and how much. There are trustworthy people in this world, including women, just not very many.”

      Are there certain kinds of trust that are permissible for men to extend towards women? Maybe the context matters? Or something else?

      I’ve toyed with the idea of whether the type of trust offered to a woman makes a difference, that is, head trust vs. heart trust. Right now, I don’t think it does. I think what matters most is how mature and trustworthy the woman is. The maturity of the man also matters, because if he is not sufficiently mature, then when he opens his heart in trust, then he’ll be spewing a lot of emotional rubbish (which will not be warmly received by her).

      Like Adam, a lot of commenters are clinging to the idea that men shouldn’t ever trust a woman because it would show their weaknesses and invite a backlash. Again, this assumes the man and woman are both rather immature. While this is true, I think we’re not fully recognizing the ideal situation in which both the man and woman are mature enough to withstand more trust and openness. As deti said,

      “Trust is a basic building block of the movements each human takes when operating in the world.”

      “Trust is a foundation of human relationships.”

      Yes, we can never get away from this. I don’t think it is as easy as saying, “Don’t trust any women!” We have to deal with the nuances of trust.

      Through private email, RPA shared some thoughts with me that we haven’t yet considered. We’re preparing a post on this that reflects a little more of this complexity.

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    • cameron232 says:

      “How do you know all this is so?

      Because your mom told you so. And your dad agreed.”

      My mom or female relatives never told me this. Pop culture (movies, music, etc.) told me this. And other guys told me this: “Stay sweet and the girls will love you to death.”

      There were other voices (early Red Pilled) in pop culture and in examples starting at least by high school, telling us the opposite, but either their message was drowned out by Blue Pill or we didn’t want to listen.

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      • Jack says:

        “There were other voices (early Red Pilled) in pop culture and in examples starting at least by high school, telling us the opposite, but either their message was drowned out by Blue Pill or we didn’t want to listen.”

        The few Red Pill voices weren’t graphic enough to jilt us out of the Blue Pill idealization that women are “sugar and spice and everything nice.” Also, it just didn’t make any sense until we had some Red Pill theories that could help us piece it all together.

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      • cameron232 says:

        Maybe Jack. The TV show “Married with Children” came out when I was about 12 or 13 and it was as clear as you can get. The main character even counseled a younger man (not his son) about not getting married.

        We saw which guys got the girls starting at about 13 or 14 years old.

        We just didn’t want to believe it.

        “Stay sweet and they’ll love you to death.”

        “Oh man! I can be ME and the girls will love me for it.”

        NOT!!!!!

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      • Red Pill Apostle says:

        Jack,

        “The few Red Pill voices weren’t graphic enough to jilt us out of the Blue Pill idealization that women are “sugar and spice and everything nice.” Also, it just didn’t make any sense until we had some Red Pill theories that could help us piece it all together.”

        The message can be subtle or graphic, and in large part the force with which it is delivered is secondary to this. A man either has to feel the truth of who women really are himself or has to witness someone close to him get reamed before the message sinks in. The bible clearly states warnings in Proverbs about wayward women, says that a virtuous woman is more rare than precious gems and states they are the weaker sex. Even with the infallible truth of God’s word telling quite clearly how things are, we don’t really get it until we have an experience so jarring that it obliterates the saintly, good hearted, pure woman paradigm most men have bought into and the scales fall from our eyes. It is then that we understand the message that has been there all along.

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  7. Devon70 says:

    It’s unwise to trust women in a culture that encourages their worst instincts. If a woman breaks her marriage vows she gets cash and prizes and praise for pursuing her happiness. It’s really only in the last ten years that women have begun broadcasting on the internet what they really think and do so men in the general population see the fairy tales they have been sold are garbage.

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  8. feeriker says:

    “It’s unwise to trust women in a culture that encourages their worst instincts.”

    This.

    “Christian” women are no exception, either, as the church follows the culture and not only does nothing to discourage worldly attitudes, but doubles down and amplifies them.

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  9. redpillboomer says:

    “The bible clearly states warnings in Proverbs about wayward women, says that a virtuous woman is more rare than precious gems and states they are the weaker sex. Even with the infallible truth of God’s word telling quite clearly how things are, we don’t really get it until we have an experience so jarring that it obliterates the saintly, good hearted, pure woman paradigm most men have bought into and the scales fall from our eyes. It is then that we understand the message that has been there all along.”

    How very true. I read the words in the Bible describing female nature for years, thought I understood them very well. On top of that I’d been married for 28 years at the time and figured I understood all that as well. It took a JARRING experience four years ago to ‘have the scales fall from my eyes.’ It felt like I tumbled down the proverbial rabbit hole. The red pill-blue pill scene in the Matrix took on a whole new meaning to me, especially when Morpheus said something to the effect, “Take this red pill and I’ll show you how deep this rabbit hole goes.”

    I’ve described before in some earlier posts the experience I had during an educational course coaching a beautiful 27 year old; suffice to say, the whole experience left me wondering at the time, “How could that have just happened? Why did she, my supposed protégé, act that way she did by quitting the course at the height of it to chase after a known player?” And most of all, “Why couldn’t I or anyone else on the experienced coaching staff seem to do a D@mn thing about it?” We were all completely ineffective preventing what we all agreed was an absolutely FOOLISH thing for her to do, throwing away all she had accomplished to chase a dude, a PLAYER, from all the men all over the southeastern part of the US, and for what?

    I was absolutely dumbfounded at the time and did not have any GOOD answer to it; well not any answer that made any sense to me. I went searching, found the ‘Manosphere’ and listened in astonishment to the men on there, content creators and commentators alike, describing female nature. Before long, it ALL made sense; not in like everything I heard was true or the truth, but the gist of it, taken as a whole, was spot on. As I absorbed the content over the months, and especially after I found the Christian Red Pill sites, it was like all the verses describing female nature in the Bible came alive for me. By alive, I mean they might have just as well leaped off the pages at me. I was like, “Yep, seen that; and yep, seen that too. And yep, that and that and that and that too!”

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    • feeriker says:

      “How could that have just happened? Why did she, my supposed protégé, act that way she did by quitting the course at the height of it to chase after a known player?” And most of all, “Why couldn’t I or anyone else on the experienced coaching staff seem to do a D@mn thing about it?” We were all completely ineffective preventing what we all agreed was an absolutely FOOLISH thing for her to do, throwing away all she had accomplished to chase a dude, a PLAYER, from all the men all over the southeastern part of the US, and for what?

      The real lesson that was learned here, one that is blindingly obvious, but also one that even the bloodiest red of red pill men are loath to acknowledge is this:

      Do not waste time, effort, or resources mentoring any woman in anything that is important or that an equally or better qualified and motivated man is available to do.

      I want to retch when I ponder how many valuable life hours men have wasted in mentoring women in things that the women had no business getting involved in, and also how many better qualified and motivated men were denied mentoring that they would have put to infinitely better use, but that was wasted instead on women who squandered it. I’m sure that there are whole armies of men out there who would have become doctors who could relate to this.

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      • Jack says:

        “Do not waste time, effort, or resources mentoring any woman in anything that is important or that an equally or better qualified and motivated man is available to do.”

        This is very similar to a Σ Maxim: “Do not invest attention, time, energy, or resources into any woman who is not within your domain and under your authority.”

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      • redpillboomer says:

        Agreed. I will say in my defense she was assigned to me to coach/mentor through the program. That’s the way the program worked. The participants were given to you, so I had her and three others assigned to me at the beginning of the six month course.

        The lesson for me, and I believe it was embedded in what you said, is don’t become EMOTIONALLY ATTACHED to a woman you’re mentoring (if assigned to you in some way, like my course did or a boss-subordinate work situation). Had I remained neutral emotionally, it would have been far easier to take, her quitting the program at it’s height to run after the player, BUT I wasn’t neutral, and it was not easy to take.

        One of my fellow female coaches said to me that it occurred to her that it was more like a break-up than someone just up and quitting the program, and she was right. On the flip side, it did cause me to get red pilled because I just had to figure out, “What went wrong?” And I did. I learned a ton about female nature and also about myself, and our gender’s pathetic blue pilling as well. So in retrospect, the whole thing was a huge blessing in disguise; a painful blessing, but a blessing nonetheless.

        The Who song, “Won’t Get Fooled Again” sums it up pretty well for me, as long as I keep taking my ‘meds,’ aka my Red Pills. And best of all, the source of those Red Pills is God’s Word, the reddest of Red Pill sources.

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  10. feeriker says:

    “I will say in my defense she was assigned to me to coach/mentor through the program. That’s the way the program worked.”

    Yes, I was pretty sure from your description that it was an involuntary, probably work-related thing.

    I can’t find the graphic now (it wouldn’t surprise me at all if it’s been “memory-holed”), but there was a popular message circulating a few years back showing a man mentoring a young woman, the caption being “MENTOR HER: BECAUSE SHE CAN’T DO IT WITHOUT YOU.” My immediate reaction upon first seeing it was “Wait a minute now – since when does any strong, empowered, ûber-intelligent woman need to depend on any man for ANYTHING? Somebody in the Ministry of Propaganda is gonna get sent to the Gulag for letting this one slip through!”

    Again, no wonder I can’t find it. Somebody from the MoP must have belatedly discovered it and purged it.

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  12. redpillboomer says:

    Even the graphics in The Who’s song posted above fit! And I’d add this one little creative flourish: “Meet the new boss, same as the old boss!” Is Christ!!

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