You may remember the Elliot Rodgers thing - he was a psychopath (with money and decent looks) who complained a lot about how he couldn't get laid. He made a bunch of videos about his hatred of women who wouldn't sleep with him, his hatred of the men who could get laid, and his hatred of - everything in general. Eventually he went on a killing spree, killing 4 men and 2 women.
To which Feminists did their usual narcissist thing of blaming "misogyny" and wanting people to only talk about how a man had killed "people" and not count "men" as victims. When that didn't work, they put a ton of energy into YesAllWomen to narcissistically ramble on about themselves once again, apparently because for feminists men getting shot is motivation to tell men to stop thinking about themselves and change the subject to talking about how women are scared sometimes.
Anyways - I ran across this article that I think epitomizes the red pill approach to what a man should do if he has money and unfortunately finds himself so desperate for sex and validation that he's thinking of ending someone's life, whether it's his own or someone else's:
Went to Mexico to buy barbiturates for a humane and peaceful death.
Decided that if I was gonna die anyway I might as well fuck a prostitute before it was all over. After that a cab driver offered to sell me cocaine. One thing lead to another, and I got a room above a whore house equipped with a heart shaped bed, a stripper pole, and a hot tub.
Spent a full week snorting coke off tits, popping pain meds, drinking tequila, eating handfuls of Viagra to fight the whiskey/coke dick, and had three FFM threesomes.
Somewhere in the midst of my coke-fueled orgy I decide life wasn’t so bad after all.
He then packed his shit up and headed back home, STD-free.
While I don't advocate snorting coke and sleeping with prostitutes for most people, if you're thinking of killing yourself or other people - do yourself and everyone else a big favor, and try this instead. It worked a lot better for at least one guy than the feminist approach of being afraid to approach women that Elliot Rodgers was taking.