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Stefan Molyneux on the State Involvement in the Bad Boys Is.

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Stefan Molyneux on the State Involvement in the Bad Boys Is.

Post by zacb » October 1st, 2013, 11:16 pm

Stefan hits it on the head. How the state encourages the bad boy image, and as a result, may lead to more aggression, and then leading to more need for government XD .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVbAK09ISek
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Post by Moretorque » October 1st, 2013, 11:35 pm

I try to listen to him but 90% of the time he is just Babble. His there will be no economic recovery was his best piece I have seen.
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Post by zacb » October 1st, 2013, 11:52 pm

True. He was mostly talking about Miley Cyrus, but is commentary about a quarter through was straight on. I agree about the economic recovery, or the story of your enslavement. It is kinda long, but I like his conversational style. In any case, I think he explains things well, even if I don't always agree.
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Post by fightforlove » October 2nd, 2013, 5:23 pm

He had some good commentary towards the latter half of the clip about feminists denying the label "slut". I've seen it in RL. These women have the gall to celebrate "sexually liberated" women and simultaneously demonize rational men who have reservations about wanting to date such women. He was very spot on there.

You can read a thread with a lot of nasty feminists and elder sluts shaming a decent, relatively chaste man here:

http://www.city-data.com/forum/relationships/1962348-can-relationship-work-out-overly-experienced-5.html

Originally Posted by StandfordTr
That's what I'm afraid of and I'm trying no to think about it. When I told my best friend that, he told me that women with a sexual past will lower their number all the time and it's usually higher than what they say. My friend thinks her number might actually be within the 20+ range.
I don't know if I could have sex with her. I've always looked for that special girl in many places; my HS during my last 2 years, a church, my campus library, etc but nothing. I gave up by then and started lowering my standards. I went from looking for a virgin girl, to a girl with a lower number and now this. Where did all those good girls went? The ones whom are still waiting just like I've been waiting for so long? Ok I want to share this and how I've been feeling for years since I was 16: I know this might sound too serious for a guy, but I've always felt different from my other friends. I never wanted the easy girls. At times I would imagine one day proposing to that special girl that waits for me and let her know I've waited for her too. But now I'm realizing this is all nothing but an illusion, a fantasy that'll never happen. I guess I should give up like some of my friends have been telling me all along and and assume every girl will go through that phase.


Some day, when you grow up a bit and have any sense of social justice and humanity, you will realize that having sex is not a bad thing, and that the number of sexual partners a woman has is not a measure of her worth as either a person or a partner.

For now, you sound like a sexist and misogynist in the making.

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