What are the qualities of a child?
- Chases pleasure
- World revolves around them (one might say, solipsistic)
- Always wants more (one might say, hypergamous)
- Irrational (hamsters)
- Will often get mad at parents for being strict (hey don't women also call guys 'assholes' when they don't get their way?)
- Entitled, if spoiled
Hmm, these qualities are sounding a little familiar...
What does a child want from a parent?
- Safety, security, and protection
- Someone dominant
- Someone bigger in size (golly, could this be why women place so much importance on height?)
- Someone to look up to/idealize (cough hypergamy cough)
- Someone who's time is valuable (cough abundance mentality cough)
Hmm, forget children, these actually sound awfully familiar to a lot of what we say attracts women...
So, how does an experienced parent deal with a child?
- Lays down rules
- Never lowers himself to argue with a child (one might call this not giving into shit tests...)
- Rewards and punishes
- Demands respectful treatment
- Doesn't give in to the child's constant neediness (one might call this maintaining frame)
- Doesn't let the child emotionally manipulate them (maintaining frame again...)
Basically if you haven't figured it out by now, the way you treat a child, is essentially the way you treat a woman. And they love it. They don't want to be your parent, betas, they want a parent. They don't want to give you approval, white knights, they want your approval. I guess it makes sense actually. If a man passes the test of these qualities listed above and successfully wets her panties, it essentially means he knows how to handle kids! It's almost like she's screening you for being a good parent for her kids! I wonder if there's any evolutionary advantage to that...
Saying that a man is equal to a woman is like saying a parent is equal to a child. Yeah right, good luck not spoiling your kids with that attitude. Western society is going through this self-esteem movement where every child is considered special. If you have more time you can read more about this movement and how a contemporary psychologist is challenging this view here. This view also makes no sense. To paraphrase George Carlin, who believes we are a child worship society now, if every child is special, then at what age did the child magically stop being special? And if they never did, does that mean all adults are special? And if they are, then what is the point of being special if EVERYONE is special! It's no coincidence that this child worship movement is coinciding with our women worship movement. They are the same thing!
What is a blue piller? A father who worships the ground his child walks on, buys him/her everything they desire, ultimately losing all respect the child had for them. No wonder blue pill fathers end up being both shitty fathers and shitty lovers.
Most of the people lashing out against the Red Pill are spoiled, bratty children who never grew up and are still screaming "IT'S NOT FAIR!!!!!"
Kind of like her: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LqmVipSU7g [0:47] Just swap the window bed with something like "workplace equality". Despite being on a goddamn cruise she still feels like the world owes her something. Sure she's a child, but the point is so are many adults. They never grow up because they never need to since they are told they are perfect just the way they are.
Also to get a feel for how spoiled this current generation of kids are, which are then growing up to be spoiled adults, check out this hilarious Jimmy Kimmel video of kids being told their parents ate all of their Halloween candy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOlpdd7y8MI [4:54] Warning: kid's crying
Now check out this extended cut of the last girl at the end there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gPktcV0A-g [2:50] This is how women/kids should be. If they're not, luckily a child, and in some cases a woman can be trained. If they can't you have one benefit with women that you don't with a child: NEXT.
It's amazing how simple this is and how much sense it makes. I hope you find this revelation as insightful as I did. It also explains why the currently stickied post "Treating Women Like Children" works.
ADDENDUM: I posted this below and will reiterate it here:
Maybe I should have emphasized this, because a lot of people seem to think that treating someone like a child is some dismissive, demeaning, patronizing act. "Treating someone like a child", the phrase, has a negative connotation. There are also positive qualities you can have when interacting with kids. Consoling them, protecting them, teasing them playfully, taking them on adventures with you, being patient with them, teaching them new things, encouraging them, empowering them (but at the same time guiding them because they will make incorrect decisions), admiring their imagination, wonder, and innocence. Still, you have to make sure that the child respects you and looks up to you. Most women will readily admit they love to be treated this way. But if you present it as treating them like a child, they get offended.
Just because you treat someone like a child doesn't mean you treat them like garbage. Just because we treat women as children, doesn't mean we are misogynists.