Andrew Exeter

Andrew Exeter is interested in understanding the value of red pill philosophy with the aid of the great philosophical and literary wisdom of the past.

An existential take on the view of women as children

  One of the most commonly made arguments in the manosphere concerning female socialisation in the West is that women are most often raised to behave like children and remain in an eternal state of emotional and psychological childhood throughout their lives. The blue pill world facilitates this process by treating women like delicate princesses …

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The Warrior & The Fishwife – Female Archetypes in Virgil’s Aeneid

EDITOR’S NOTE: Following on from his previous exploration of male archetypes in The Aeneid and the horrors of a blue pill existence, Andrew Exeter investigates the same work in search of female archetypes, with particular emphasis on the goddess Juno who embodies feminist attitudes. Juno, as many here will be familiar, is the Roman version …

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