The pink pill is a loosely defined term largely defined by femcel opposition to the bluepill. It is also a philosophical worldview whose exact meaning remains in flux and as such doesn't have a strict definition, however, it is prominently used in the femcel incelosphere to reject platitudes directed at women, to highlight the prevalence of mentalcels among women, or as a direct identical female equivalent to the black pill except with the hopeless incels consisting solely of femcels (i.e. female incels).
Notable pinkpillers[edit | edit source]
Notable examples of pinkpillers in fiction include:
- Heidi Turner (of the animated sitcom South Park)
- Cruella de Vil (The Hundred and One Dalmatians)
- Queen Grimhilde (Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs)
Neo-pinkpill[edit | edit source]
Recently, it has also come to refer to the coping ideology put forth by 4chan's /r9k/ board that a man can undergo HRT (i.e. pinkpill) and escape inceldom. Supposedly, taking the pinkpill will transform an incel into a cute and sexually attractive woman to male Chads. However, such practices have mixed results, and should rarely be viewed as a viable path to ascension. Some usages of the term pinkpill suggest a sense which is identical to the black pill except with the genders reversed.