The bluepill refers to someone who has not been enlightened to the harsh realities of the world. It has developed to mean an inability to see nuance, an overreliance on mainstream media as a moral guide, views that align with cliches and feminism. It is the preference of believing in a comforting or convenient tropes, especially when it concerns a person's world view, with emphasis on the pretense or opinion that goes contrary to the research suggesting physical attraction is utmost in social or sexual situations. A person who holds bluepill views is sometimes called a bluepiller. Bluepillers are recognizable by their susceptibility to voicing the argumentum ad populum fallacy.
As the term "bluepill" derives from the 1999 Matrix film wherein bluepillers constitute the vast majority of the population, being bluepilled usually signifies holding a majority viewpoint. The term has evolved to become somewhat synonymous with terms such as "normie" or NPC (non-playable character). Although bluepillers are delusional by definition, the most delusional bluepillers are sometimes called bluepilltard.
On incel and androsphere forums the causes behind the bluepill mentality are often discussed.
The modern iteration of the term "bluepill" comes from the 1999 film The Matrix largely reflected in its protagonist Neo. In the film, the bluepill describes the perception of plugged in members of the Matrix, people who are unaware that they live in a computer simulated world. The antonym to bluepilled people are those who live on the hovership called Nebuchadnezzar, which is captained by Morpheus, a character played by Laurence Fishburne, who have instead taken the redpill. These people are no longer plugged in, and as such can see what the real world looks like rather than the "world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth ... that you are a slave Neo. Like everyone else you were born into bondage. Into a prison that you cannot taste or see or touch. A prison for your mind." (-Morpheus quote)
In the year 2199, those on the Nebuchadnezzar or other freed people in Zion (i.e. the redpilled resistance) constitute a small minority of the total human population. As such, the standard sense of being bluepilled is typically associated with majority or popular, yet myopic viewpoints. As such, definitions of "bluepill" that stick to its etymological origins tend to extrapolate from the entirety of the plot line of the film "The Matrix", including the introduction and exposition. For example, the intro and expositions to the film repeatedly shows Neo has an inkling that something is not quite right with the world, even whilst plugged in, but he doesn't know exactly what that intuition entails. This is in stark contrast with the rest of the plugged-in populace who go about their daily lives as if nothing is happening. Neo's inquisitiveness about the strangeness of the world stands in stark contrast to other people who view the simulated reality as real, an archetype that can be summarized by the following quote from Trinity to Neo: "I know what you've been doing... why you hardly sleep, why you live alone, and why night after night, you sit by your computer. You're looking for him. I know because I was once looking for the same thing. And when he found me, he told me I wasn't really looking for him. I was looking for an answer. It's the question that drives us, Neo. It's the question that brought you here".
A line by Cypher in the same film indicates that for some people, non-truths are more palatable than truths, i.e. through the line he communicates to Neo: "I know what you're thinking, 'cause right now I'm thinking the same thing. Actually, I've been thinking it ever since I got here: Why, oh why, didn't I take the Blue pill?" When coupled with his sentence a few scenes later wherein he says "ignorance is bliss", it is clear that some people are not brave enough to face the harsh realities of this world. Similar to Cypher, they would rather that complicated or difficult obstacles be wished away so they could continue to live in their fairy-tales. The plot of the film later reveals that Cypher defects from the resistance in the hope of being plugged into the fake virtual world again.
Over the course of the 2000s, frequenters of the incelosphere began seeing two discordant views begin to develop that seemed somewhat analogous to the contrasting view of perspectives between redpillers and bluepillers in The Matrix. Thereby, the term bluepill began being used to signify a worldview that aligns with the just-world hypothesis, feminism, platitudes, the mainstream media and cliche'd viewpoints. On the other hand, for many omega males, the redpill began to signify having abandoned or being "woke" from these beliefs, which in the androsphere had supplementary beliefs such as women being privileged in modern society began gaining a foothold.
Upon the shutting down of some formerly purplepilled incel forums and websites in the 2000s and 2010s (see incelosphere timeline) and the influx of men from various male-dominated forums, the definitions of the incel and androsphere blue/red pill began to somewhat converge and remains in flux till this day.
The appeal behind the extracting such symbolism from the 1999 film The Matrix within inceldom lies in the fact that comparable parallels can be drawn with the situation faced by omega or beta males. Similar to how computer hacker Neo is portrayed as a loner, most omega males have a similar introvertedness. The way in which Neo later teams up with other redpilled resistance fighters who presumably also started out as loner computer nerds is similarly cognate with portrayal of modern stereotypes of the cybercel. Similarly to how modern incels almost exclusively communicate with one another online, the unplugged in the Matrix also communicate with one another exclusively through telecommunications devices. The opening scene wherein Trinity expresses consternation at her phone line being traced is similar to how many modern permavirgins fear being outed as incompetent at romance. The recurring scenes wherein the anti-AI resistance is beset by AI bears similarity to how romantically inexperienced men are bullied or mocked with terms such as "virgin" or "frigid" or the teratophobia, lookism and cacophobia faced by ugly people. The scene wherein the unplugged visit the all-knowing Oracle is similar to how involuntary celibates often seek the counsel of online vloggers. Neo's failures in the various physics-defying training constructs and sparring programs with Morpheus hint suggestively at the way many undateables frequently fail to ascend from inceldom after appointments with dating coaches. The interrogation scene where agent Smith seals the lips of Neo is similar to how modern society frequently gestures that incels should stop whining about loneliness at worst, or at best is apathetic about it. The bland look on Neo's face whilst working his nine-to-five job at the office for a software company is akin to how single male tax-payers often feel finessed at having to pay for the bastard children of promiscuous single mothers. The Spoon Boy is a pretween redpiller who lived with the Oracle; his wunderkind abilities bears resemblance to how several members of the incelosphere claim to have been blackpilled about their omega nature from a young age; even before attempting to date. The flirtatiousness of the Woman in the Red Dress scene and her sudden transformation into a simulated agent parallels the real-life dangers of attempting to pursue one's oneitis. The emotional reunion of Neo and Morpheus whilst jumping off a helicopter and skyscraper respectively, resembles how loveshy loners sometimes attempt to console one another online. The nonchalant conversation in the opening scene between agent Smith and a plugged-in/bluepilled police officer who is unaware that he's actually speaking to an AI agent whilst being an organic POW is similar to how the modern average Joe seem to be inattentive about the extent to which they are brainwashed by MSM. Neo's attempt to exit the car and go back to his bluepilled life after refusing Trinity's attempt to remove the robotic bug probe from his abdomen resembles how many real-life blackpillers attempt to return to being a normie. Neo's transformation from a fugitive running for his life, to a superhuman who can dodge bullets, is consonant to the fact that despite how thirsty virgins are viewed by society as pathetic, sexless virgins are sometimes proficient and valuable members of society. The deja-vu during the black cat scene can evoke reminiscence to the repetitiveness and familiarity of being friendzoned for the typical truecel. The scene where agent Smith destroys a telephone booth using a truck is similar to attempts by SJW activist to deplatform incel websites.
In conclusion, the transformation of The Matrix from an ordinary film to a viral meme among those experiencing inceldom, did not occur coincidentally. It happened because the archetypes, retro scenery and film plots subconsciously evoked evocations that modern redpillers and blackpillers recall from their own lives.
Bluepillers generally believe that personality and confidence are the most important factors in attracting women in 2019. They usually reject notions such as the halo effect or widespread hybristophilia. The polar opposite of the bluepill is the redpill.
The term bluepill was coined in the film The Matrix by Laurence Fishburne who starred as Morpheus. Although the synopsis of the film fails to mention it, bluepilled philosphy was actually a central theme in the film. For example, the plot of the film claims that Joe Pantoliano whilst starring as Cypher had initially embraced the red pill. Cypher initially wanted truth over fiction, even if that truth might have been uncomfortable. After Cypher learns the truth, he gradually becomes more and more uncomfortable with it. It gets to the stage where Cypher regrets that he had taken the red pill. This culminates into Cypher eventually siding with the enemy of the redpillers in an attempt to return to his bluepilled state. He does this by striking a deal with intelligent machines to collaborate with them in apprehending redpillers in exchange for returning him to his previously blissfully ignorant state; i.e. become bluepilled.
Bluepillers sometimes use discourse that follows the following narratives:
People who opposed the bluepill philosophy are sometimes called antibluepillers. Since the blue pill is another word for blissful ignorance, the anti-bluepill stance could also be called anti-blissful ignorance. One of the bluepilled contentions that antibluepillers oppose is its ignorance of the importance of time. For example, the bluepilled stance is deeply opposed to enforced monogamy or looksmatching and would rather society operates on a free-market dating system. From the antibluepillers' point of view, this has negative side-effects since it leads to various by-products such as the various hypergamy models, such as branchswinging or the 666 dating rule. Its not only those on the inceldom-spectrum who are affected by this. As male low-tier normies are also expected to be the initiators of relationships, as such, in the modern era, even they waste a significant amount of energy and time in this pursuit. This wouldn't only negatively effect men who have a low SMV. Wider society is also negatively affected by this because some men will claim that this system defies CBA (cost-benefit analysis) and turn to NEEThood (avolitionism) or other abject lifestyles.
Antibluepillers also tend to express opposition to pussypassers. Pussypassers are bluepillers who are fine with women getting an advantage over men just by owning a vagina. Some of these advantages include getting lighter prison sentences, more custody of children, vagimony etc.
Peter pan generation
For antibluepillers, it is not a coincidence that men and boys in the 21st century have been labelled the peter pan generation. Men and boys seem to be unwilling to grow up. But nobody's asking why. From a redpiller or antibluepillers' point of view, the reason seems obvious. If you indirectly promote procrastination by turning a key life milestone such as romantic relationships into a jigsaw puzzle, it will mostly affect males because they're the ones who will need to spend more time and energy chasing tail.
From the antibluepillers' point of view, the bluepilled stance is sort of like the take of recreational drugs policy. It may seem progressive to give people full discretion over drug-use, and seem draconian or nanney statey to prevent self-determination on what others do with their own bodies. But at the end, even the most open-minded progressive will say that permitting start-ups to open cornershops that sell the full range of crystal methamphetamin, LSD, cannabis, heroine and cocaine might have detrimental side-effects on society.