In some ways red pill did make him more attractive.

He started exercising, eating better, improving his style and hygiene, expanding his social circle, and actually asking girls out.

To “break” her he would ignore and insult her in public, spread rumors about her, and use the more coercive PUA tactics.

He believed that all women are the same, that women are only good for sex and babies, that all women are too emotional/unreliable to vote, lead, or work.

He regularly insulted and talked down to his female friends, and touched them in ways that make them uncomfortable.

My brother, who also had a long time crush on a female friend that was not reciprocated, “took the red pill” two years ago.

He eventually got a girlfriend (not his crush) which “proved” red pill worked.

I mention all of this because one of the things I’m always pushing against are the toxic philosophies that so often masquerade as dating advice.

The Pick-Up community, for example, be of use to men wanting to do better at dating, in theory…

She had to fight him off and leave the party to get away. I had a long conversation with him after that (I’m probably the one woman he still respects).

He recognizes that he tried to rape a girl and that that was wrong, but he doesn’t understand how to have healthy relationships with women without the red pill.

You may have noticed over the years that I cover a lot of topics that don’t seem to fit squarely in this blog’s mission statement of helping nerds date better.