Will AI will ever replace real women? I posted that question on YouTube, and some men weighed in.
The majority thought it was heading that way.
One commenter even said:
A.I. will be the [girlfriend] that is there when you want and in the closet charging when you don’t need her.”
Now, the type of men to make those comments are not representative of men as a whole.
YouTube is a haven for red-pillers, men who’ve “taken the red pill” and adopted its worldview.
These men believe that women secretly run the world. Men have never been in charge. Women control and manipulate men to get what they want. It is an act of rebellion to use women callously (just like men think they’re being used). Real alpha males put women in their place and call them out on their BS.
Until I started a YouTube channel, I didn’t cross paths with red-pillers. I knew who they were, but I had no interest in going to places they lurked.
That all changed once I started posting videos.
Men began commenting on videos clearly made for women. They claimed that they knew what men wanted better than I did. And what did men want? They wanted feminine, obedient women who knew their place and treated their boyfriends like gods.
In other words, men didn’t actually want real human women. They wanted pliant robots. It’s no wonder these same men prefer the idea of AI girlfriend to a real one.
If you haven’t come across these attitudes online, you can see a sample collected by Aubry Andrews.
Before you click on those links, be warned. Reading what some men have written can make you feel a bit sick…
And it might make you hope that AI does replace real-life girlfriends for these men.
No woman deserves that kind of treatment.
I want to emphasize that these men only represent a small slice of the male population. No matter how loud and visible they are, they are just one extreme.
But they’re an influential extreme.
A friend was browsing through YouTube for content about abusive relationships. Just a few videos later, he found himself deep in red pill territory. The algorithm suggested that he might be interested in videos on how women abuse men.
It should be laughable, this idea that women have made a secret pact to control and manipulate men, while pretending to be victims of sexism.
But it’s hard to laugh about an idea that motivates some men to treat us as the enemy.
These men believe they can treat women however they want, because women treat men “worse.”
Men are the real victims. Men should be the righteous leaders of the free world, and instead they’re hen-pecked and reduced to begging for sex.
I wish I could say that you will never come across a man like this.
I wish I could say that your guy will never be exposed to these views.
Surely he’s too smart to be taken in by conspiracy theories. He knows that women are just people. We’re all bumbling along, doing the best we can.
But even if he never goes searching for red pill content, the social media algorithms will bring that content to him.
So I challenge you:
Talk to your guy about what you’ve learned today.
Has he come across this type of content online?
What does he think about it?
Does he think it holds any merit?
Do any of his friends hold these beliefs?
How does he think these ideas affect real-life relationships?
And if you want to throw in a wild card question…
Would he try out an AI girlfriend if he weren’t with you?