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“The Red Pill”

You can now watch The Red Pill for free on YouTube.

The Red Pill is a documentary about a feminist who investigates Men’s Rights Activism and explores how her version of feminism changes along the way.

As the documentary progresses, we understand what I’ve been saying all along – women have feminine privilege and it is actually men who have it tough.

It’s a 2-hour documentary, but worth every minute.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXP705ezCM4

-VIS

It’s Time for a Kitchen Counter-Revolution

Women who wear jeans, don’t know how to cook, and spend most of their time at the club or on Facebook used to be revolutionary. Now they’re just “normies.”

Girls who wear dresses, heels, and aprons, can cook a fabulous meal from scratch, and spend most of their time tending to their man’s needs used to be an average girl. Now they’re the rebels.

There’s too many normies in today’s world. It’s time for a counter-revolution. And what’s the best place for a counter-revolution? Why, the kitchen counter, of course.

Put on a dress and a pair of heels. Tie your apron around your waist. Grab that old cookbook. Get back in the kitchen.

Be a rebel.

-VIS

Perspective

I woke up this morning to find a comment on one of my “cuter” posts that called me “f*cking scum” and claimed that I didn’t have the balls to be myself. All because I called a girl in a bunny outfit a “little dummy”.

This was obviously a major overreaction from this person and I hope that he learns to step away from the Internet once in a while to put everything in perspective.

We all need to do that. When I first started blogging under the VIS handle in 2016, I had thin skin and over-reacted to every little thing said to me. Time and patience have helped me to put the internet in perspective. And the best trick I learned was making sure that I didn’t make my life revolve around what’s said on the net.

Bushcraft is one of my favorite hobbies and I continue to do outdoorsy stuff. I like to hike every day and basically get out into nature. When I do post, it’s because ideas have been bubbling inside me for a couple of days and I’ve written myself little notes on paper as I’m hiking, camping, or spending time in nature.

You know the old saying, “there’s grass and trees out there”? Well, it sounds cliché, but it’s true. There’s much more to life than getting angry about a semi-provocative post on the internet. It’s just a post. It’s not worth giving yourself self-inflicted mental wounds over.  Especially when people like me post things that are specifically intended to get a rise out of people.  Most people don’t know this (Willow does), but about 50% of my VIS posts are me trolling the Tumblr community.

So take the time to get outside. I know that’s tough in the winter so read a book, brush off that fountain pen and do some writing – do something, anything, that will help you keep the internet in perspective.

To the gentleman who freaked out this morning over the post, I hope you take this advice and let nature heal you.