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  1. Hey Chris perhaps you should do a video on Fifty Shades of Grey. There’s something slightly disturbing about its premise. I feel like it’s an adult Disney film designed to feed people a capitalist version of love based on material success. The allure of it is very disturbing, Hollywood has always been in the business of shaping people’s minds. Anyways just thought I would suggest it. Also what does the stories popularity with women say about our culture. Repression?

    • I’ve done a couple videos on that topic already. By the way, your email name looks familiar, do I know you? Here’s one of the videos I did on that topic, in case you missed it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMihKBXNKhY

      I think the popularity of this book / movie shows women are horny psycho freaks, just like the rest of us. Feminism has contributed to this repression, ironically, because it encourages women to ABANDON their femininity in exchange for masculinity by mimicking what men do (it has made women feel guilty for their feminine desire to have a man (masculine) take charge of them sexually (and other ways). What Fifty Shades emphasizes is the FEMININE energy, which is more about submission than domination (of course, just because the feminine is submissive, does not mean women have to be weak slaves, but certainly when it comes to the bedroom, and sexual attraction, there is a need for a feminine energy and a masculine energy. And yes: both the man and woman can choose either energy in their lives (this explains homosexuality, and this explains fem-dom: men who like being dominated by women).

  2. Thx Chris. I located you on yt- scientific proof but I’m interested in your ideals on this other.
    I’m glad you’re talking about it. I’m learning with you on this and may throw some q’s at you, lol. cheers

  3. Hi Guy!
    I stumbled across your YouTube when I fell down the Google search rabbit hole of “psychology of rape fantasy.” Fun times.
    You seem smart enough and great and well versed in current social politics all, so I felt compelled so share/inquire with you regarding something. You posted a video where some fat lady slaps a guy, and he slaps her back. Haha, all is fair in love and war. The point you were making was that this is what gender equality looks like. Fair enough… But I’m sure that those pushing for gender equality aren’t talking about physical equality? I just think that the physical inequality here deserves to be addressed; I feel it is the reason behind the development of two different sets of standards with which we judge assault by men and women. Look, I get it: men shouldn’t hit women, women shouldn’t hit men, nobody should hit anybody. Duh. But, with the exception of extreme butch-ism, there is a hell of a difference between getting slapped around by a guy and a gal. I feel as though society developed this double standard out of necessity and consequence. The damage I would incur as a result of getting sucker punched by a guy vs a girl look a lot different.. It follows then, that our “civilized” society has created a system that prevents men from brain damaging and otherwise injuring the idiot women who think it’s ok to push them around when they’re uoset. Basically, because a guy’s punch packs more heat, when it is used as a weapon, it is taken more seriously. I think it makes sense?
    Keep up the fun vids. Love from San Diego. xx

  4. Hi Guy!
    I stumbled across your YouTube when I fell down the Google search rabbit hole of “psychology of rape fantasy.” Fun times.
    You seem smart enough and great and well versed in current social politics all, so I felt compelled so share/inquire with you regarding something. You posted a video where some fat lady slaps a guy, and he slaps her back. Haha, all is fair in love and war. The point you were making was that this is what gender equality looks like. Fair enough… But I’m sure that those pushing for gender equality aren’t talking about physical equality? I just think that the physical inequality here deserves to be addressed; I feel it is the reason behind the development of two different sets of standards with which we judge assault by men and women. Look, I get it: men shouldn’t hit women, women shouldn’t hit men, nobody should hit anybody. Duh. But, with the exception of extreme butch-ism, there is a hell of a difference between getting slapped around by a guy and a gal. I feel as though society developed this double standard out of necessity and consequence. The damage I would incur as a result of getting sucker punched by a guy vs a girl look a lot different.. It follows then, that our “civilized” society has created a system that prevents men from brain damaging and otherwise injuring the idiot women who think it’s ok to push men around when they’re uoset. Basically, because a guy’s punch packs more heat, when it is used as a weapon, it is taken more seriously. I think it makes sense?
    Keep up the fun vids. Love from San Diego. xx

    • See, because I DO not believe that, generally speaking, men and women are equal, then I agree with that double-standard of men shouldn’t hit women. The point of my video is not that I think men and women SHOULD be, generally speaking, equal, it’s the DOUBLE-STANDARD of feminists who call for equality, yet still conveniently rely on INequality to get away with assaulting men. Generally, speaking, I think men and women, indeed, are NOT equal, and thus should be treated different. Technically, I’m an INDIVIDUALIST before a genderist: I believe individuals should be able to do whatever they want, insofar as: a) they can actually effectively do what they want to do (i.e. a female should only be an astronaut if she can perform the job properly), and b) they actually WANT to do it (and are not just brainwashed by feminism to THINK they want it).

      As for your point on how women are weaker and thus should not be hit by stronger men, then I would imagine your standard ALSO applies in this situation: a woman who is taller and stronger than a man hits a guy, should the guy be allowed to defend himself then? According to your supposed rationalization, if someone is STRONGER than you, THEN you can hit back.

  5. Phil theres some stupid movement going on called #endfathersday isnt that messed up! I researched it and women say they shouldn’t have it because they are considered “head of the house hold” even thiugh theres a mothers day lol fathers day is the only time soldiers can see their family and they dont even get to see them for the whole day just hours, think if this was takin away from them. !!!Please Do A Video About This!!!

    • I’m referring to her PROFESSIONALLY fighting men, not eating shit while training with men. 1) I never said there weren’t SOME men she could beat, I said she would probably lose against the TOP male MMA fighters. 2) Who is that guy? A training buddy going easy on her? A fan who wanted to grapple with her for fun? The context of the video you linked is clearly a casual environment where she does “open training” in front of the public. Again, I’m talking about ACTUAL professional fights, Ronda VS Top Male Fighters.

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