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    A talk with my nephew

    It wasn't too long ago that my nephew, my 2nd oldest stepbrother's only son turned 14 and started his freshman year in high school so I knew in that age, girls would be on his mind. Ah, to be young again. Just this past weekend he asked me for advice. He has a crush on some upperclass female in his school (I think he said she's a sophomore) and asked me how to approach her because he was too nervous to go to her the first time. For one, Ever since I hit my late 20's I stopped believing in crushes entirely because to refer to another female as a crush is already admitting your subservience to them and women ain't checking for a submissive male. Quite frankly I don't give a fuck what she likes or not, I just check myself just to maintain frame and to look as nonchalant as I possibly could. It's my way of looking like I don't give a fuck. I wanna reach that state of mind where it's second nature to me but there's always room for improvement. I digress because this isn't about me.

    I flat out told him that he shouldn't refer to her as a crush. At the most she's a "person of high interest" and I know he feels intimidated but if you don't go after what you want, chances are it's gonna pass you by. Then there's also the rejection factor. Rejection is inevitable, we all take L's in life. Hell most of us have taken huge ones, even after what used to be considered a huge win such as marriage but it can so be easily negated with divorce settlements. Back on topic, even if he does get rejection, he shouldn't feel bad because he at least took advantage of the opportunity. If the event that he does get turned down or get friendzoned, he should not feel discouraged. He's young, there will be other women that will enter his life and his first priority should be developing himself as a person. Don't waste your time skirt chasing because that will lead you astray and I don't want him ending up as a high school dropout because he put girls over his education because I've seen many other people go down that road and I dislike it heavily.

    I'm certain that I won't become a father anytime soon, or ever but at the most I hope that I can be that secondary father figure to my younger cousins, nieces and nephew and other younger family folk that need my input or advice on things like this. As much as I revere the Red Pill, the Blue Pill...especially in an age of youth, is needed as a process of evolution because that's where the wisdom comes from. I would like to coach him into the ways of the Red Pill but most young people can't digest that level of honesty in their age and I won't force them to do it either but if they want to learn about it, I'm willing to show them the way.

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    Re: A talk with my nephew

    From what I have experienced interacting with blue pill society, I think a large chunk of people, both men and women, are UN-red-pill'able. That is, they can never be red pilled. I dont know what causes it, maybe its lack of intelligence in interpreting people, maybe its deeply embedded programming, maybe its in their genes (as in genetic disease), or maybe some combination of all of this.

    I believe its a futile exercise to try to red pill them. At best they will ignore you and still suffer under the gynocracy, and at worst, they will outrightly reject you, and then suffer under gynocracy. Its all roads leads to rome situation.
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    Re: A talk with my nephew

    Rejection is inevitable, we all take L's in life.
    What is an "L" ? Sorry for my ignorance.
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    Re: A talk with my nephew

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    What is an "L" ? Sorry for my ignorance.
    It's sports slang for taking a loss. It's simply when something doesn't go your way whether if it's a mistake on your part or a particular event not going in your favor hence the term losing.

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    Re: A talk with my nephew

    Quote Originally Posted by rkspsm View Post
    From what I have experienced interacting with blue pill society, I think a large chunk of people, both men and women, are UN-red-pill'able. That is, they can never be red pilled. I dont know what causes it, maybe its lack of intelligence in interpreting people, maybe its deeply embedded programming, maybe its in their genes (as in genetic disease), or maybe some combination of all of this.

    I believe its a futile exercise to try to red pill them. At best they will ignore you and still suffer under the gynocracy, and at worst, they will outrightly reject you, and then suffer under gynocracy. Its all roads leads to rome situation.
    I only reserve that for those around the age of 18-21 and still choose to bend the knee to society and their ridiculous demand to fall in line with the fuckery. Only I will deem them...well not yet unredpillable, just more or less deep blue pill or lost in the blue gelatin and it will take something hardcore like a woman fucking him over big time. If he goes through that and STILL chooses to take his chance again, then he's unredpillable.

    In the case of my nephew, he's only 14. He's too young for that and I'll wait for him to go through a breakup, perhaps a big one to steer him in that direction. Hell if he finds his way to Red Pill content and is willing to learn more, I will educate him further from there. I do get what you're saying though because a lot of dudes are gluttons for punishment and are suckas for love.

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    Re: A talk with my nephew

    My view on this: All we can do is present the facts, and then recommend a logical course of action. In terms of age, though, I think we should be equal opportunity: 14, 30, 40, 60, 80, whatever. Present the facts, and then let whoever it is run with them however he chooses. If he fails, at least we can say we tried. (Hormones, societal norms and pressures, insecurity, and loneliness are all tough opponents.)

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    Re: A talk with my nephew

    Dealing with blue-pill men is quite hazardous in many ways. I cannot give advice that I know is likely to cause them harm in the long run, but if you go pure red-pill in your advice you run the risk of alienating them altogether, then you’re in the position where they will no longer respect anything that comes out of your mouth.

    With the very young, like your nephew there is little that you can say to deter him from any chosen path. Unfortunately it is likely he will have to learn the hard way, through his own experiences.

    What I would tend to do in this situation is show him that I’m interested in helping him. I’d ask him what he thinks she’s looking for in a guy. His likely reply will be ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I’m unsure’, this then provides an opportunity to drop some red-pill views commensurate with his level of understanding.

    You can then say stuff like ‘Well, some girls like to ……, and other girls like to ……., and others are more into ……’

    Even if what you say is ultimately rejected with respect to his ‘crush’ – you obviously don’t want to scare the hell out of the young lad – it should at least start him off on a path where he looks at women in general with your examples in mind. Over time he will see the truth in your advice and may even return for more.
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    Re: A talk with my nephew

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Dealing with blue-pill men is quite hazardous in many ways. I cannot give advice that I know is likely to cause them harm in the long run, but if you go pure red-pill in your advice you run the risk of alienating them altogether, then you’re in the position where they will no longer respect anything that comes out of your mouth.
    Exactly, which is why I practice this method of "purple-shock" testing. I throw purple-coated-red at them and see how they react. If they straightaway change the topic or dodge it, then I know that conversation is over. If on other hand, they accept it and then get confused because of conflict in their head, then I will realize that they are more open to more "controversial" thoughts, and there is hope.

    Eg, there was this friend in my college who was saying something about some other guys that "these guys dont know how to talk to women". I then retorted "Do women know how to talk to them ?". At that point he was like "uhhhh... yeah, they also dont know what or how to talk to keep things interesting..". This, right there, is an internal conflict, which is a good thing ! If this happens with a blue pilled person, then probably the first step is to get them to purple, and then see where it goes. Though I have seen cases where people get stuck at purple forever, never going full red.
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    MGTOW is about making no mistakes against gynocentrism.


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