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Red Pill dude worries: Will going to a mostly female college turn me into a girl?

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Today we return to the Ask The Red Pill subreddit, in which wannable Red Pill alphas turn to their more experienced brothers for assistance in the art of alphahood.

One fellow I recently ran across there wasn’t entirely sure that he’d picked the right college to go to. “Is going to a college with 80% females bad?” asked Pteronight.

I’m 18 and applied to some college that was around the area that I’m about to move to. It was the only one with good reviews so I applied.

Huh. Is this the way the youngsters pick a college these days?

I looked up the school on Instagram and seen that it was all females. I looked that the gender ratio was. It was 80% females and 20% men.

This sounds like the premise of some forgotten 80s sex comedy. Not that Pteronight is amused.

I feel like half of the men are probably gay.

Well, that would give you even more variety in your dating life.

But that’s not what poor Pteronight is thinking:

I’m worried that I’ll get there and start acting more feminine since I’ll be around females all day (hang around shit you’ll start to smell like shit).

Dude, dude, dude. That shit stink isn’t coming from them.

In any case, that’s not how it works. That’s not how any of this works.

Should I apply to another college or is this a good thing

Better idea. Forget college. Find yourself an isolated area. Dig yourself a man-sized hole there, and just go live in it for a while. You know, like the Unabomber’s brother.

Hope that helps!

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Dalillama
Dalillama
1 year ago

@Alan

That’s such a cool name for a college. It makes me imagine that for the final exam you have to have a duel with claymores, then compose a saga about it.

Really it just means “A big hill”.

gijoel
gijoel
1 year ago

So I saw this, this morning

There are calls to declare MRAs a terrorist groups

Last edited 1 year ago by gijoel
Bookworm in hijab
Bookworm in hijab
1 year ago

@ gijoel, that’s a great article. I feel like it’s very much what WHTM had been saying for years; I’m glad to see these ideas being shared.

Like the author, I also feel like I’ve been seeing more casually sexist attitudes among young men (and among young women who have internalized it). I’m not at all wanting to say that all “young people”, however defined (under 30? under 20?) are sexist…more that I’m shocked to see attitudes that seem so, well, old-style essentialist, being expressed by teenagers. My daughter (teenager) hears a lot of “boys are essentially xyz, girls are essentially abc“, with no nuance or room for individuality.

GSS ex-noob
GSS ex-noob
1 year ago

One of my high school teachers went to a college with this ratio.

ON PURPOSE! as he used to say with a big grin.

He remained relentlessly heterosexual, settling down with a lovely wife whom he met there. Eventually. After he’d dated many a girl (it was the groovy late 60s). He was a dab hand with hammer and paint, too.

But of course he wasn’t an asshole to begin with.

GSS ex-noob
GSS ex-noob
1 year ago

And the college had a strong program in what he wanted to major in. So did some of the other local schools, but for a red-blooded American boy in the 60’s, a school full of hot chicks seemed like a swell idea.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
1 year ago

@ dali

Really it just means “A big hill”.

Ah, that’s interesting, because in Cornish that could be bronn meur.

Although bre(a) is more common for hill.

Bookworm in hijab
Bookworm in hijab
1 year ago

I clicked some of the links in the article gijoel posted and came across this quote:

The current debate revolves around whether mass murder can be called terrorism if it’s motivated by an ideological hatred of women as opposed to, say, an ideological hatred of a cultural or religious group.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-27/incels-inside-their-terrifying-online-world/9700932

I think that’s a huge part of the problem: so many people don’t see women as a group that experiences ideologically-motivated hatred. And it’s true of course that it looks different for different women as sexism intersects with race, class, etc…

But how is this even “a debate”?! How is it even possible to wonder whether this counts as terrorism? I am so tired of having my humanity debated due to my gender.

Thank God for WHTM. I’m so glad I can rant here and the folks here get it.

Ok, rant done. Time for snacks.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
1 year ago

I think that’s a huge part of the problem: so many people don’t see women as a group that experiences ideologically-motivated hatred.

There is so much gender-related violence in the world that goes unrecognized in favor of recognizing the violence that men face. A man facing religious violence, for instance, can petition for asylum in the US, but a woman facing gender-related violence cannot, unless she can spin it as some kind of religious persecution, which usually doesn’t work. As is typical, “man” is the default and “woman” is the deviation and the other.

Ann Hatzakis
Ann Hatzakis
1 year ago

As if acting more feminine was a problem somehow. Men who are in touch with the FULL range of their emotions are much more of a “catch” than a man who stuffs his emotions down in favor of making money and being a “player”

Most men who hang around the manosphere just can’t grasp that VERY SIMPLE concept

Dalillama
Dalillama
1 year ago

@Alan

Ah, that’s interesting, because in Cornish that could be bronn meur.

Welsh and Cornish are about as far apart as Spanish and Portuguese, so that’s hardly surprising.

Full Metal Ox
1 year ago

@Bookworm in hijab:

 My daughter (teenager) hears a lot of “boys are essentially xyz, girls are essentially abc“, with no nuance or room for individuality.

In this model, men and women are diametrically opposite species from different planets, with no capacity to comprehend one another—and yet are expected to enter into relationships with one another to obtain Magical Validating Pussy and emotional support on one side and material support and protection on the other.

Bookworm in hijab
Bookworm in hijab
1 year ago

PoM,

As is typical, “man” is the default and “woman” is the deviation and the other.

^THIS^.

Nicholas Kiddle
Nicholas Kiddle
1 year ago

I’m old enough to remember when blokes thought an unbalanced gender ratio was a dating opportunity. My sixth form boyfriend got a university guide with all kinds of facts and figures and picked out the obscure uni with the most women per man and said he’d apply there. Then he found the one with the most men per woman and recommended it to me. Even at 17, I could only roll my eyes.

Big Titty Demon
Big Titty Demon
1 year ago

@Full Metal Ox

Linking to a blog full of bigotry and graphic dick pics without an express content warning=pretty damn inconsiderate

Anon Get It On has done that before iirc, or it might have been a similar name (sock puppet?) with the weird links out of nowhere claiming to be helpful tips. I never click them because they always have sus domain names and messages to go with, so I auto-assume they must be something awful. Thanks for confirming though, it quiets the little “well it might have been legit” voice.

Lumipuna
Lumipuna
1 year ago

As for the Wonder Woman thing. Er… There’s a lot to unpack there!

That is how drag hunting is supposed to work though. Someone runs laying a scent trail.

Years ago I was reading a British kink blog that has since gone invitation-only. IIRC, one time the people there did discuss the feasibility of arranging a full human animal version of the fox hunt, with dogs and ponies and foxes.

As for following a scent trail, that’s actually quite possible for humans with a modest amount of practice. I once saw a 2006 paper on it online in Nature Neuroscience. The supplementary materials include a mildly kinky video of the experimental protocol, though it may not play on modern browsers. I can drop a reference, if someone is interested and has access to NNS.

Sheila Crosby
Sheila Crosby
1 year ago

@Full Metal Ox
Thanks. I didn’t see any dick pics, (not that I hung around for long) but like I said, it made me want to shower.

rusalka
rusalka
1 year ago

@ Bookworm in hijab “My daughter (teenager) hears a lot of “boys are essentially xyz, girls are essentially abc“, with no nuance or room for individuality.”

That reminds me of the times I did workshops with teenagers on gender inequality and sexism. Surprisingly many of these kids had quite the conservative views and were unable to see grey areas – especially with regards to sex. It made me think back to when I was their age. I remembered I had a traditional worldview as well, but believed that was due to the region I grew up in (rural) and because – unlike them – I didn’t yet have the same access to information through the internet, etc. Through my current work I’ve learned a bit more about emotional and moral development (althoug I’m no psychologist) and it kinda makes sense to me. According to Lawrence Kohlberg teenagers go through a conventional phase in their moral development that is defined by a good vs. bad determinism as well as orientation in social rules and norms (and some people stay at that stage). The whole “girls are like this, boys are like that” fits into that quite well…

@ Elaine The Witch: Aw man… that is so freaking shitty… I’d argue that’s not quite the same as these guys who literally set out to “clap ass” (like the OP) but good lord how ignorant and cold can someone be… but I do think what that girl shared with the conventional red piller is probably the kind of arrogance and self-rightousness that is beyond even the most logical argument.

Deadstop
Deadstop
1 year ago

Dude’s just 18. I rather hope he gets out into the world and away from the influences that made him think like that.

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