- Nov 7, 2017
1. Why does the Bluepill exist?
Decades ago interactions between humans were restricted to whoever they knew in real life; there was no internet, no cellphones, no instant messaging or picture-sending apps. Even with an old phone or modem there was no way of finding webpages or numbers without someone telling you. Everyone's "social radius" was very small.
This meant women had to rely on direct connections to find a partner. This impacted how attractiveness was seen: Everyone had less exposure to very attractive people (no ads, marketing stunts, internet), meaning males were seen overall in a better light due to a lack of good-looking competition, making their personality a more competitive trait. The mere-exposure effect was also in full effect, meaning those men in the social radius of women tended to over time become more attractive 
All of this we now call the Bluepill.
Nowadays women's social radius is massive. The amount of males they get to choose from is unparalleled, making attractiveness an outstanding feature. Personality takes a back seat when women swipe hundreds of men on Tinder at a distance, or get bombarded with messages wherever they post and say they are females.
This also means that males that once had a chance with females near them, now have to compete with a world-wide army of attractive men. Inversly, this also means attractive men no longer need to choose between a few females around them, but can engage with as many as they want due to their sexual market. Today, 80% of women compete for the top 20% of men, and 80% of men compete for the bottom 20% of women. 
So why does the Blupill exist?
Because parents who lived in a generation where personality and "being yourself" mattered more have pushed obsolete ideals to a younger generation whose competition has increased in number and attractivenss.
Note: Personality still matters in long-term relationships, and in fact it's a defining factor to how long it lasts. However, you will not get in a long-term relationship if you can't get one in the first place!
2. What is the relationship between the Redpill and Blackpill?
The Blupill used to be a valid and useful worldview, but nowadays it has become synonym with unrealism and ignorance. The Redpill and Blackpill both supersede the Bluepill as modern variations of its ideology.
Let's define them briefly:
- The Redpill tries to show that appearence and attitude are more important when approaching females than inherent personality. Maximize your odds by dressing this way, talking that way, behaving this other way.
- The Blackpill shows being attractive is far more important than personality or attitude; while these can be improved, they are marginal in comparison to natural appearence.
The poorly done graph shows how attractivness in men is correlated with their sexual market value.
Notice that there are two vertical parallel lines dividing at around attractivness 5/10 and 8/10. These lines I believe show the division between where the Redpill and Blackpill are in effect.
Note: Attractiveness is universal, irrespective of religion, race, age or culture.   However, the ratings here are subjective due to being made up of finite numbers, but it is a good enough approximation to the theory.
In terms of attractiveness, on average:
- From 1 to 5 the Blackpill is in effect: Very unnatractive men are immediately discarded due to their appearence in lieu of other readily available options. Tactics and effort are unrewarding and lead to heavy dissapointing, loss of self-esteem, and insecurities. Personality isn't considered for the most unnatractive. 
- From 5 to to 8 the Redpill is in effect: Average to semi-attractive men are put on a scale by women, where other attributes need to stand out in order for them to be 'given a chance'. This involves attitude, self-care, confidence, tactics. Women test these men to see if they are able to 'bring something else to the table' (E.g. Dopamine rushes).
- From 8 to 10 the Blackpill is in effect: A man who is at top percentile in terms of appearence will have no competion in terms of appearence, and will have the benefit of being seen as trustworthy, important and approachable due to his looks . At this point personality, tactics and attitude also become marginal as these people are seen as "the best you can get"