[Blackpill] Bluepilled advice isn't virtue signalling, it's social programming. Stop being oppressed!
When bluepillers spew their social programming onto us, it is not intended to help us.
From a related thread:
-First women don't want to be seen as shallow when in reality they are shallow for being so picky on men.
-Second is not moral if society discovers that women share the same minority of men dropping the remaining majority of men in the road, is not moral because society is = men+ women; it will be seen as unfair how women will take that decision with those consequences. And that's why usually society or same women blame men for everything, to pass the ball and make a distraction.
I think this is flat out wrong...
First I don't think that women actually care about being perceived as shallow. If anything being shallow as a female in today's world is seen as being empowered, which is viewed positively by men and women alike.
Second, JFL at the idea that there is a vast conspiracy to hide the truth from ugly men. The real truth is nobody gives a shit.
Bluepilled advice is not designed to help you get laid. It is designed to help you integrate into society. The underlying principle behind it is that integration into society, not sex, is the objective. The base principle is that integration to society is the most important factor of being happy. By rejecting the bluepill, you are rejecting your integration into society. The bluepill is a form of social programming, similar to a religion.
The blackpill is dangerous for society, as men who cannot integrate into social norms are a threat. When men fail to be programmed, not only feminism, but all of society, begins to fall apart. It is in the best interest of society for ugly men to integrate in some manner, even if that means as sexless virgins.
The shame attached to being an incel is part of this programming. We need to stop being ashamed. We need to demand equality. We are human beings, just like everyone else.
You cannot be truly blackpilled if you are ashamed of your condition. Lose the shame.