Sunshine Mary had an excellent conversation going (when does she not!) about how a lot of red pill men might be pedestalizing red pill women & holding them to a higher standard, as if by being aware of our nature, we suddenly are not of that nature anymore.
We are still of that nature, but we are aware enough to fight against it most of the time. All women are like that. I am like that. I think that it all boils down to the fact that men would like NAWALT to be true because then they could relax & not have to constantly be vigilant about maintaining their frame.
Sorry guys, but you always have to maintain your frame. That’s just the way it is. Even the most red of red pill women will test you if you become whiny or needy or excessively chatty. Okay, maybe that last one is just me, but you get the point. You still have to pass most of her tests.
There are certain exceptions to this, of course; luckily, women aren’t completely heartless hypergamous solipsistic robots. There is a caring, nurturing side to us, so if a terrible event takes place we usually do have enough empathy to drop our natures & let you drop frame & be weak for a while. Death in the family, major illness, etc. are good examples, but then you have to get over it & pick up the frame again.
Then YouSoWould came up with the best acronym ever:
Some women are better than others. Not that we are actually BETTER, but better from the male’s perspective in that he might not have to hold frame as much, because his woman is actively fighting her inner nature & keeping the snippy comments & eye rolling to a minimum.
But yes, SWABTO. The chick posting selfies in a bikini on facebook may not be the most loyal & compassionate life partner. That redheaded, foulmouthed feminist on YouTube would probably not be the most restful & nurturing person to share a life with. There are degrees of AWALT & SWABTO.
I know plenty of perfectly pleasant & agreeable women, but then again I live in a small city. I think most of the really hypergamous & solipsistic women moved to the big cities for better prospects. They were the ones that couldn’t wait to get out of this nice, easy-living, backwards town.