After almost two years of operations, shortly after the social media company, Parler, was shut down, the enemies of freedom attacked me and MGTOW. The legal department of my last webhost informed me that Redpillring.com would be shut down because my desire to promote the concept that all men's lives have value and that men and women should be truly treated equally under the law was deemed to be "offensive, discriminatory, and designed to cause harm." To celebrate that I am still able to promote and support the brotherhood, and have therefore won a victory over the enemies of freedom I have put my brotherhood rings on sale. MGTOW for life.
Redpillring.com is the idea of a man, who like far too many middle-aged men, almost lost his life to suicide after losing his family in divorce. Four times as men as women die of suicide but no one seems to care. Most of these suicides result from the pain of divorce.
Luckily, while online researching divorce, he stumbled upon a MGTOW site. He was amazed at what he heard and began watching post after post. He realized that he was not alone and he felt his strength return. He realized that he had actually caused his own destruction by buying into a concept of masculinity that devalued men and demanded never ending self-sacrifice in order to "deserve" a woman's love. MGTOW taught him that his life had intrinsic value and he had the strength to "Go His Own Way."
Knowing that he would have died had he not stumbled upon MGTOW online, he wanted to help other men by promoting MGTOW and bring it from an online support community to a physical brotherhood that men could see on a daily basis. He decided to design subtle display of MGTOW pride and brotherhood that men could wear anywhere and identify themselves to other MGTOW.
Redpill rings can now be seen all over North America, Asia, and even the Middle East. It is truly a worldwide brotherhood.
A subtle display of brotherhood and pride
From the dawn of civilization men decorated their fingers because the strength and power of a man's hand is something beautiful to be appreciated. It symbolized a man's ability to create wealth. Rings were worn to signify power such as kings kings and warriors. They signified family or other associations such as with the Masons and school rings.
Rings were so culturally important that in JRR Tolkien entitled his classic 1954 book about world domination "Lord of the Rings."
Since the 1960s men's rings began to fall out of fashion and for many men, and this fall corresponded with the devaluation of men. Rather than wearing a ring of power, most men consider the only acceptable ring to wear is a wedding ring, which signifies a loss of his power and independence.
The Redpill ring signifies a brotherhood of pride in the value of a man's independent life.