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Nearly two years later, and Red Pill is back with his debut solo album on Mello Music Group titled Look What This World Did To Us. And like The Kick, Look What This World Did To Us is very focused and personal. On Look What This World Did To Us, Red Pill is a jaded 20-something,.
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The red pill, together with its opposite the blue pill, is a popular cultural meme, a metaphor representing a choice between the "red pill", representing a life of harsh knowledge, desperate freedom, and the brutal truths of reality, and the "blue pill", representing a life of luxurious security, tranquil happiness, and the blissful ignorance of the harsh realities of life, basking in an (essentially dishonest) illusion
Where did Red Pill come from? This post lays out a point-by-point explanation of why Red Pill exists. Many men "have trouble finding physical and emotional intimacy" and are given "terrible advice" as they try to remedy the situation. What does Red Pill do? Community members dissect Red Pill theory with each other, sharing "field reports" of their experiences, writing "rants" against feminism or other topics. A prominent feminist blogger who we'll call Alicia described Red Pill to us as follows: "Where feminists are saying, 'Okay men, you have enough rights. Let women catch up,' Red Pill says, 'Hey women, you have too many rights and we need to take some away. She says that Red Pill isn't actually the other side of the gender relations coin, but a group of hateful, militant extremists.