prejudiced_porridge

3 months ago  The Public Square

I don't want sex. I want the loving embrace of female energy.

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prejudiced_porridge

3 months ago  The Public Square

I think it could be possible that bisexual women are more attracted to beta qualities.

prejudiced_porridge

3 months ago  The Public Square

@TiberiusBravo87 In my opinion stoicism is too general. It is a philosophy for dealing with all suffering that life inevitably brings. I think there are more valuable things to say when the conversation is narrowed down to interactions with women specifically.

Kind of like... The ECDSA cryptogtaphic algorithm (thing I"m talking about) is based on abstract algebra (stoicism). Knowing abstract algebra doesn't mean you also intuit ECDSA. Or in simpler terms, knowing the general case doesn't mean you also intuit the special case.

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prejudiced_porridge

3 months ago  The Public Square

If you don't "watch your step" when engaging with women, you can get TERRIBLY fucking hurt (emotionally). See those videos online where guys go absolutely nuts and end up either killing themselves, stabbing their gf to death or shooting up random people? Those are clearly mentally ill people, but the point stands: Shit's dangerous. Be careful.

One thing I've never seen in TRP literature is how to structure your mind and worldview so that the amount of emotional pain you can experience is minimized. That would be very valuable to know.

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prejudiced_porridge

4 months ago  The Public Square

Maybe it's controversial, maybe it's not right, but the thing that gives me a lot of spine when talking with women is the knowledge that even if all of them reject me, I can have sex with stunningly beautiful women whenever I want... escorts. That's what helps me maintain frame. If you find something else, great.

carnold03

4 months ago  The Public Square

@prejudiced_porridge

Even if it is trauma, I do not think this trauma is reversible right. So, people should still be careful if they're similar to James, no? If they are, then trying to do trp things would only make them miserable instead of helping them.

Agreed. It takes strength, determination, and faith to face and overcome past trauma. However, unless you're secretly a homosexual teenager wrestling with your sexual identity, I think it's clear that we're discussing concerns over media that was never intended for us. Thanks for sharing the video. I doubt I'd ever have come across it otherwise on my own initiative. It only confirms what I'd suspected regarding what's prompted the shift of the media narrative over the last few years and they are hopeless to stop it.

cc: @deeplydisturbed

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prejudiced_porridge

4 months ago  The Public Square

@zaxary Not true

prejudiced_porridge

4 months ago  The Public Square

@carnold03 Even if it is trauma, I do not think this trauma is reversible right. So, people should still be careful if they're similar to James, no? If they are, then trying to do trp things would only make them miserable instead of helping them.

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carnold03

4 months ago  The Public Square

@prejudiced_porridge

What's your guy's opinion on this? youtube.com/watch?v=3hlnsd0dree

I feel like The Red Pill completely breaks down in this situation, in that the insights don't apply whatsoever. Imagine if James tried applying red pill principles to his life? He would be miserable, whereas with Maren he is obviously happy. I think it's quite dangerous that some people who are simply different by nature think they have to do these red pill things, only to end up miserable because that's in complete conflict to their genetics.

@deeplydisturbed's right here. It's not genetics, but the result of both parental neglect and sustained childhood sexual psychological trauma. As the numbers are still coming in, it clearly indicates that a majority of the boomer gen gave absolutely no fu&%s about their kids, or any one for that matter.

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prejudiced_porridge

4 months ago  The Public Square

What's your guy's opinion on this? www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hlnsd0dree

I feel like The Red Pill completely breaks down in this situation, in that the insights don't apply whatsoever. Imagine if James tried applying red pill principles to his life? He would be miserable, whereas with Maren he is obviously happy. I think it's quite dangerous that some people who are simply different by nature think they have to do these red pill things, only to end up miserable because that's in complete conflict to their genetics.

He's 'Feminine' & I'm 'Masculine' - And We're In Love | LOVE DON'T JUDGE
SUBSCRIBE to Truly: http://bit.ly/Oc61HjTO JAMES and Maren, they aren't any different from other heterosexual couples. But other people have often mistaken t... | YouTube
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