Any of my long time readers know I came redpill out of the anti-feminist/pua movement, I’ve banged my share of girls but in general are very distrustful, and a degree of misogyny given how shitty modern women are. Imagine my surprise meeting a ‘not all women are like that’ and that’s not being coy.
I was set up on a pseudo date by a friend of a friend sort of thing. I wasn’t expecting much but we took a walk and I was surprised by how open-minded she was (she’s 22) about some heavy philosophical concepts. It is extremely important to note that she grew up in a very small town, and after graduating high school LEFT the usa to go travel and scuba dive for money. Yes, I know the prediction is a hyper lib girl that slept her way across the globe.
The thing that blew my mind was how easy the conversation was. We shared our stories, her of traveling the world, mine of my own travels and insights into life. And you know what was so interesting and novel? SHE LISTENED. There wasn’t the issue of nearly every modern female who is incredible sophist, vapid and narcissistic. Where they feel the need to one up legitimate stories with some pathetic story that is neither related nor equivalent in level of epicness.
She showed a DEFERENCE to my experiences, my stories, my wisdom. I really needed this as a reminder to myself that I actually know what the fuck is going on in this world, and having stupid bitches judge me is not an accurate metric of my intellect.
After the walk, she invited me later to dinner at her house. She cooked a great meal and we had a conversation at the dinner table for 4 hours about philosophy, reality, and things like that. She was young, didn’t know nearly the stuff I did, but she had an earnestness and a desire to learn.
No, I didn’t bang her, but intellectually it was so fun and novel for once. I had told her it was refreshing, because a true conversation requires BOTH people to possess a level of humility that they indeed could be wrong (therefore open to a new idea) and a willingness to learn.
Anyway, it was a great conversation/ ‘date’. I think the real take away are there are great girls out there still, really rare, and the fact she escaped the college indoc. camp is especially notable.