From what I've read so far(I also took a look at popular posts on the Red Pill subreddit), it doesn't seem like that community aims at objective truth or harmonious, balanced relationship. You basically have a group of disgruntled young men that want to "hack life" so that they can finally get laid. They've been denied that form of pleasure for possibly their whole life, so they're not unlike the thirsty man that emerges from the desert. And like that man, they're not going to particularly care about the fair use of water once they finally have access to it. So like the feminists, some of them will go way beyond the initial goal and then into an unhealthy extreme. This whole Red Pill movement arose in the Anglosphere, which is also where Third Wave Feminism was born and is the most active. So in a certain way, I feel like it's a toxic reaction to a toxic movement. It cannot end well.But then I read about the advice to men of "spinning plates", and I wonder what's going on in their heads. That's doing the same thing that women are supposedly doing. Do any of these guys experience any cognitive dissonance when they simultaneously tear down female behavior and then tell men to do essentially the same thing? It's rather bemusing to witness.