I don't subscribe to the opinion that women's political opinions are based completely on things like hormones or boyfriends or authority figures or muh feels or whatever, and a lot of these observations about them can easily apply for men just as well. We must remember that we are discussing fringe topics which are also borderline autistic, not only is the vast majority of the population (including men) not this autistic, but there is also about 4x less female autists than males. So if we're judging who is monarchist and who is not by the kind of discussions we have here, then obviously there will be a lot less women.
Women are also capable of critical thinking and even holding the kind of fringe beliefs we have here, but they may have different reasons for it, maybe their monarchy depends on a fairytale utopia guided by a kind father figure who loves his people, maybe the value status and tradition over "cheap" democracies and unreliable politicians. It really depends on the vision, and a lot of other things.
If we're talking about human nature, it's a very nuanced topic, and there's a lot that could be said about it, I could write pages about it from the interesting research I did so far in Jungian depth psychology and there are a lot of amazing insights on how people make decisions or choose their beliefs. You can't really explain it all away with simple reasons when we are talking about something as complex as whole systems layered on top of other systems, because if you get an incomplete picture somewhere on a low enough level from lazy research or meme infographs, the bias you end up with on the higher levels is so magnified that you end up with the same extremely skewed beliefs that /pol/ and /fascist/ believe in. Even most of us won't easily explain how we became monarchists, or under what circumstances would we have continued not being monarchists.
Of course, it's also absolutely possible to purplepill women, it's even possible for them to purplepill you if you aren't already purplepilled (I personally heard few stories about how a guy would start out as some liberal normalfag or something, but his girlfriend goldpilled him into being a libertarian, though I didn't really hang out in monarchist circles enough to hear the same thing). I say it enough times already in probably every thread, that if you want to convince anyone, learn the art and science of post-irony, it's the only way to talk about monarchy in a way that won't completely dry a girl's pussy, but on the contrary, for her to go along with the fun and appreciate that you can think for yourself and you aren't a normalfag like everyone else, and then for her to reconsider her own beliefs on the topic.
>Beyond this line, okay, maybe it can be a tfw no monarchist gf thread.
Ok, in that case I'll add that there was a REALLY cute girl I met working at this monarchist book club I went to a few weeks ago for a lecture/discussion, she was easily one of the top 5 cutest girls I ever met both in terms of face, fashion choice, and personality, she was really helpful and considerate, served tea and cookies and tried her best to make you comfortable while being noticeably shy and anxious, you could tell she's an introverted nerd who reads books and watches anime, anyway, the problem is she looked a bit too young for me to consider dating her, I think she was in her late teens, and if I were 4 years younger I would have maybe asked her for her number or something (not really, because I was nowhere near as confident back then as I am today).