We often talk about men’s duties and responsibilities, or their failures to man-up and adequately serve women and society. But we rarely talk about men’s needs, nor encourage them to carve out some self-actualized living. Abraham Maslow’s model of human needs is depicted as a series of hierarchical levels on a pyramid. At the base …
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Red pilling is a process. Often, not an easy one.
AVFM welcomes new contributor Jon Joy, with a thought provoking model of red pill philosophy. Welcome, Jon!
Cassie Jaye appears to get some unexpected answers to her questions in this Red Pill Movie Raw File
The Red Pill journey can be a lonesome one. With all its power to shield and protect, it can have a negative impact on healing. Paul Elam with a reminder that taking a red pill doesn’t require the life of a hermit.
The Red Pill Movie is a gift that just keeps on giving. Paul with some commentary on the latest round of media madness over the film.
While many people are familiar with Elisabeth Ross’s five stages of grief, August Løvenskiolds wonders if these go far enough in understanding Red Pill men.
Red Pill Rage can be conceptualized as part of a larger grieving cycle