The vast majority of men actually live with a media and female-influenced idea of the dating market that is not only flawed, but simply misleading. Hollywood movies regularly show how the socially awkward or unattractive, preferably overweight man manages to get the stunningly good-looking woman in the end through his charming manner and good character. Apparently, one only has to be nice, funny and courteous, preferably “just oneself” and sooner or later the dream woman falls for the average man despite better options, so he just has to buzz around her long enough.
This “strategy” is flanked by self-statements of womankind blowing the same horn: if they are asked what is important to them in a man, you get the same statements over and over again about intelligence, humor, charm, attention, honesty and similar feel-good nonsense, but rarely what really gets them going.
Blue Pill dating describes the great mass of men who don’t pay enough attention to their target group, are misguided by the media’s interpretive sovereignty, and therefore navigate the dating market through trial-and-error unsuccessfully and without knowing why, until by chance something unsatisfactory turns up that they get divorce-raped by, or they give up in frustration. The state of men in the Western world has thus reached an evolutionary-historical low point.