A good example of being guilty of Purple Pill thinking and behavior would be a dating and relationships expert who has experienced several interactions with members of the opposite sex that have reinforced and validated his Red Pill thinking, but because he wants to sell more copies of his dating advice books in order to become a millionaire, he chooses to espouse a high degree of Blue Pill dating and relationships advice in his books.If I had to offer at least three examples that highlight the difference between Red Pill thinking and Blue Pill thinking, here would be some of the more popular distinctions: Blue Pill: “Only a small percentage of women in society are worthy of being involved in a long-term strictly monogamous relationship with a man.Nah Dove (2002) builds from the work of Cheikh Anta Diop to detail the presence of a "mother-centered matrix" dating back to ancient Kemet (modern day Egypt).
Examples include tax codes that limit childcare deductions, breastfeeding laws, and welfare-to-work requirements.
The vast majority of women are far too dishonest, manipulative, and/or promiscuous to be any man’s wife, fiancée, or long-term girlfriend.” was to highlight the fact that most single heterosexual men today have very little interest in long-term monogamous sexual relationships with women any longer.
Most men prefer either long-term non-monogamous sexual relationships, short-term monogamous relationships, or short-term non-monogamous ‘casual’ sex with women only.
Dating rituals between men and women in 2017 are nothing like the dating rituals between men and women in 1917.
Dating today is a totally different ball game, and single heterosexual men need to be properly prepared for it.
In today’s society, most men are looking a quick ‘hook-up’ (i.e., the opportunity to engage in short-term and/or non-monogamous ‘casual’ sex with a woman as quickly as possible).