The Whitepill is a worldview based on the maximization of happiness of an individual, by acceptance of his situation. It is a stoic and ascetic extension of the blackpill. Put more concisely, the whitepill extends the blackpill by prescribing behavior, not by just describing reality as the blackpill does.
Since whitepillers follow a mix of Bhuddist, stoic, and ascetic worldviews, the burdensome nature of inceldom becomes lessened. However, the whitepill in itself can be applied to any area of life, not just that of relationships.
Just like how many redpillers often associate themselves more with the Blackpill, many purplepillers usually associate themselves more with the whitepill philosophy,
History[edit | edit source]
While the term has existed for some time, SergeantIncel was the first person to properly define the term in 2018, describing its core points, and including a thorough explanation of the pill.  
Core Points[edit | edit source]
- Understanding and acceptance of the social dynamics of the society in the 21st century.
- Acceptance and minimization of sexual and romantic desires.
- Seeking of a restructure of oneself through the rediscovery of purpose (knowledge, looksmaxxing, hobbies, etc).
Analysis[edit | edit source]
Although outsiders are happy when incels (or any other depressed demographic) take the whitepill, the very fact that people take the whitepill is indicative of the unconstructive nature of that given society, as there would be no need for the whitepill if suffering wasn't systemic.
If an involuntary celibate turns their whitepill belief (i.e. the acceptance of their social position; stoicism) into action (such as aloofness to the dating scene), then they might more befittingly be regarded as a reluctant voluntary celibate, or volcel. Nonetheless, there is a grey area where many do not fit into a specific category.
It is a misunderstanding that the whitepill is simple coping or denial; on the contrary, it emphasizes moving past desires and needs, in order to avoid pain and suffering in the first place.
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