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    [–]TogiBear 40 points41 points  (0 children)

    If you look closely from left to right, you see:

    RPW, BP, Feminism, Dude who just found TRP in an /r/askreddit thread.

    It's scary how accurate this is.

    [–]omglazers 19 points20 points  (10 children)

    Tucker isn't even BP he's just a twit

    [–]darthsmokey 23 points24 points  (7 children)

    Tucker is the kind of guy who gets divorced raped.

    [–]Dark triad expert: - http://illimitablemen.com/ - [3 Points]IllimitableMan 18 points19 points  (0 children)

    Men as arrogant and clueless as he are, IMO, deserve it.

    [–]Disillusi0n 10 points11 points  (2 children)

    Wife's probably waiting until they kick him off the air before she cashes out.

    [–]darthsmokey 8 points9 points  (1 child)

    Would love to hear his response if that ever happens.

    [–]Helmut_Newton 7 points8 points  (1 child)

    Tucker was born into money, so he hasn't had to struggle or face any real adversity. No surprise that he's so clueless.

    [–]omglazers 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    He really is an upper class twit. It's no joke. He gets yuks from aristocrats in DC being a 'prankster' but really he's just a gigantic walking cunt.

    [–]laere 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    "I agree with you, but being a man is manning up!"

    I cringed like fuck.

    [–]tremondo 7 points8 points  (0 children)

    I guess you could say for once that fox news were fair and balanced

    [–]WhoGivesAShitAsshole 127 points128 points  (22 children)

    HA! "Forgive me I just went to a wedding" -- the woman's equivalent of "I don't mean to be racist, but..."

    [–]scrumptious_titties 42 points43 points  (4 children)

    Haha, she probably doesn't realize why weddings like those produce that result.

    Hint: money and media brain-washing.

    [–]colovick 8 points9 points  (0 children)

    The average wedding costs $50k... Of course going to a fifty thousand dollar party is going to make you feel good about fifty thousand dollar parties. What is it supposed to make you feel? Sad? Shit, I want my wedding to be dark, in a dungeon, with blood on the walls and the smell of death and sorrow... Why are people surprised about this?

    [–]skoobled 2 points3 points  (1 child)

    Confirmed: women aren't focussed on the marriage, they just want the white wedding

    [–]_Dog- 8 points9 points  (0 children)

    While completely missing what the white stands for.

    [–]Moneyley 28 points29 points  (5 children)

    "just went to a wedding...gives hope"

    Yea what about when that hope ends and we get stuck paying for debts we didn't accrue on our own. How about what happens if hope ends and our kids are taken from us?

    [–]199639 21 points22 points  (1 child)

    Ill fated voyages are often begun full of hope.

    [–]Dubba 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    The best laid schemes of mice and men often go awry.

    [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    Too bad the women doesn't take on those roles. Also she doesn't give two shits about that

    [–]1aguy01 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    It gives her hope she can get a wedding. She wouldn't give a fuck about the marriage though. Or the man.

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      [–]Dark triad expert: - http://illimitablemen.com/ - [3 Points]IllimitableMan 34 points35 points  (5 children)

      I'm accruing quite the backlog of books. She makes a valid point about the word of a woman being worth far more than a man's. A man saying everything she said would just be written off as a misogynist and ignored/shamed. Being a woman her voice automatically gets legitimacy, they can't write her off as a misogynist so they're forced to listen.

      [–]krakosia 4 points5 points  (0 children)

      she is breaking the vow of sisterhood! What a misogynist!!

      [–]colovick 7 points8 points  (1 child)

      They're still trying to... The guy on the left has doormat written all over him, and if you look closely, you can see the indention where his testicles used to be before his wife put them on the mantle in a trophy case.

      [–]WardlyHasted 4 points5 points  (0 children)

      This times a million.

      If anyone ever asks me why I don't want to get married, I will direct them to an Amazon link to her book.

      If anyone says TRP is stupid, misogynist or whatever, I will direct them to an Amazon link to her book.

      If anyone tells me I should act a certain way because "that's what a man does", once again, I will direct them to an Amazon link to her book.

      If people can't understand why RP theory exists, this book explains why very succinctly.

      [–]1R_E_D_1 59 points60 points  (7 children)

      [–]1redpillbanana 39 points40 points  (0 children)

      A++++ would help proofread her thesis at her place

      [–]1knitro 15 points16 points  (1 child)

      There's an inverse relationship between a woman's attractiveness and her adherence to feminism.

      [–]krakosia 14 points15 points  (0 children)

      she is good looking enough to not need feminism.

      [–]leodoestheopposite 45 points46 points  (22 children)

      Great video, I wish she would do an AMA, it would be interesting.

      I bet she's a lurker in here.

      [–]Petrarch1603 20 points21 points  (18 children)

      She's done an AMA in the past but i cant link to it.

      [–]PersianVino 90 points91 points  (13 children)

      Everyone do a quick Google search: "Helen Smith Reddit"

      Some points from her AMA:

      • "I agree that complaining is viewed as "unmanly" but is fighting for justice "unmanly"? When men tell me they do not want to seem like complainers or whiners, I ask them if fighting for gun rights or for freedom of speech, etc.is unmanly. They usually say no. Isn't fighting against the lack of due process, lack of reproductive rights, or against involuntary servitude very similar to fighting for those rights I mentioned? How is that complaining? Or is it only complaining if a man benefits?"

      • "Yes, in my teens and twenties, I was very much a feminist because I felt/saw that women had disadvantages in some ways in our society. However, the pendulum has swung too far the other way now, with women having privileges and men having responsibilities. This is as unfair as discrimination against women and must be changed."

      • "Maybe that should be my next book! Asking men "why did you marry?" I did not ask men why they married, I asked why they didn't want to. I also am curious as to how many men really really thought through getting married. The younger men I interviewed seemed to have no clue about the legal aspects of marriage and some thought that in a divorce, the courts would treat them fairly if, for example, their wife cheated on them. They were shocked to hear this was not the case...."

      • "Men used to get respect and had more rights to their children in the past, and had more male space. This loss of respect, loss of freedom and lack of paternity rights are three punishments that men are getting now. I do think that concerning paternity, things have changed because of DNA testing and men now know whether they are the father of a child."

      • "Yes, I think that part of the problem for boys in school is we do not have enough male teachers --only about 16% of elementary school teachers are men. A study at the London School of Economics found that female teachers give boys lower marks and base grades on their behavior rather than on merit. How do we rectify it? Maybe we need something like Title IX for male teachers! People say that not enough men want to teach kids but they said the same thing about women and sports when they enacted Title IX."

      • "I like the MensRights group here at reddit and read it. I like other groups too. I think that calling these groups hate speech or misogynists is a way of closing down the discussion. There are many groups benefiting from men not speaking up and being afraid of being called names. I can understand this but it is imperative not to let it impede on free speech. I was appalled when I saw that Warren Farrell, author of the Myth of Male Power, etc. was shouted down at the University of Toronto by a group of angry feminists and their Uncle Tim supporters. Men are committing suicide in high numbers, dropping out of school and have issues that must be addressed and anyone opposing the right for free discussion in my opinion is the hater here."

      Confirmed: She reads TRP.

      [–]dabayer 34 points35 points  (10 children)

      A study at the London School of Economics found that female teachers give boys lower marks and base grades on their behavior rather than on merit.

      B-but girls perform better in school!

      [–]100Timeswww 27 points28 points  (8 children)

      I've been on this sub for a while and not much phases me any more, but this struck a coord for whatever reason. Every time a moderate feminist gets asked the question "Why are you a feminist? those people are crazy?" she will respond with "Feminism is all about equality between men and women, I don't want women to have the upper hand it's about making things equal".

      Well then why are feminists only complaining about a lack of women engineers or a lack of women programmers? If they are so much about equality then why aren't men given more incentives to become teachers or nurses? No, it's all about given every woman a better chance than a male to succeed in life. You will never hear a feminist fight for men's rights even though they preach equality. Any woman who identifies as a feminist is an extremist, no exceptions.

      [–]parrrot_ 20 points21 points  (1 child)

      Well then why are feminists only complaining about a lack of women engineers or a lack of women programmers?

      It's in the name. FEMInism. Would a group fighting for equal rights for all races call themselves White Power?

      [–]colovick 2 points3 points  (0 children)

      It's a con. The true nature of any rights group is to further the presence of the people or service they champion. This isn't an issue until they reach equality because human nature isn't fair or just and people will continue to find things to complain about to protect their livelihood. If they personally benefit as well, all the more reason to keep at it. This isn't a big deal unless someone suffers as a result like with the past several years of gender politics.

      [–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (3 children)

      Women are biologically feminist. They see themselves as caretakers of species and men are the dumb wealth-producing oxen that can easily be harnessed through sexual and cultural manipulation (i.e. by restricting access to sex and the "manning up" brainwashing). It's not that taking a feminist stance is somehow "extremist" - it's a normal behavior. What is extremist is what Smith is doing - stepping aside and rationally analyzing the situation, disregarding the feminist instincts for female supremacy which are undoubtedly still buried somewhere in hindbrain, and standing up for the righteous cause.

      [–]colovick 1 point2 points  (0 children)

      She's seeking personal gain by telling a truth and protecting an underrepresented group. She's doing exactly what you're suggesting, but political ideas aren't part of your biology. Just because she benefits from feminism doesn't mean everyone agrees with it.

      [–]1cover20 1 point2 points  (1 child)

      I disagree with this explanation. I think women are just individually rent-seeking. They seek the highest reward for having a vagina. If having a dick gave greater rewards (Muslim countries) they would accept that too. But they are amoral and individually greedy.

      The women who seem to "team up" against men are just expressing common individual interests. You get a whole bunch of unmarried cougars telling men that they have no right to avoid old single moms. Not because it makes any sense, just because it's in their individual self interest. You don't see marriageable decent 20 year old women saying that stuff, because it's not their issue.

      (Unless they get a load of crap from the feminists. But that only "takes" on a minority of women, and they don't really believe it either, until after riding the carousel it does become their issue.)

      [–]fopdespotic 1 point2 points  (0 children)

      Established cultural narrative puts women in the role of the distressed and oppressed. Mens issues are seen as unimportant due to their societal privelege. They're looked at like a rich person complaining about higher costs of living.

      Redpill explanation for this is that humanity on a deep biological level views men as having less intrinsic value as people due to breeding capabilities of men vs women.

      [–]systemshock869 0 points1 point  (0 children)

      An extremist or an ignorant bandwagon rider. #OMGFeminism!!1

      [–]1cover20 0 points1 point  (0 children)

      And if anyone tries to challenge that and say that the brightest people might be men, he loses his job. (Larry Summers, ousted as President of Harvard by a feminist and bluepill lynch mob in the faculty.)

      [–]leodoestheopposite 2 points3 points  (0 children)

      Here you go: https://archive.today/kkiGA

      "I am Helen Smith, forensic psychologist and author of the book "Men On Strike: Why Men are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream--and Why It Matters." AMA!'

      Probably her best comment: "It is your one and only life and you have to think of your happiness, not just hers."

      [–]hohamocha 27 points28 points  (0 children)

      shes probably part of /r/redpillwomen

      [–]redpillalt123 34 points35 points  (2 children)

      But it still doesn't absolve men of the responsibility to stop complaining (1) about how the cards are against them, and man up and become (2) one becasue you don't become a man until you assume responsibility.

      What I think i going through her head.

      1. This guy can be serious.
      2. Oh god, he is serious.

      The moment he raised his voice, she solidified that these poeple is not there for a discussion. I like how she held frame thought the interruptions and over talking.

      [–]Dream4eva 4 points5 points  (1 child)

      Yeah, especially when that girl shoved her finger towards her to shut her up.

      [–]krakosia 2 points3 points  (0 children)

      yeah, the Dr got cut out hard by the hostess. But the Dr came roaring back and was calm and poised throughout. We can learn a thing or two about frame control from her

      [–]jmotrain 157 points158 points  (41 children)

      Wow, she shut down that dumb blonde bitch. Dr. Smith is exactly right, you can get companionship without marriage. All marriage does it make a legal contract that allows a woman to fuck over a man for half his shit plus other goodies.

      I was having this discussion with my blue pill brother who said that Mel Gibson's wife deserves $400 million dollars (or whatever) because she "supported him". I told him he is out of his fucking mind, she fucked him and gave him children, she didn't create that $800 million dollars. Like Eddie Murphy said [talking about Johnny Carson's wife getting half his money]:

      "And I've had my share of pussy. I have yet, even if the pussy was great and sparks shot out the woman's ass and cannons blared and the mountains crumbled and the seas roared,no pussy is worth $150 million! No pussy."

      [–]anonlymouse 12 points13 points  (3 children)

      Wow, she shut down that dumb blonde bitch

      But no comments on how she shut down the white knight sitting on the left? What's worse, a woman trying to argue for something that's good for women or a man trying to argue for something that's bad for men?

      [–]1cover20 8 points9 points  (0 children)

      Yes she shut down the beta orbiter bluepill types. Respect.

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          [–]evenmoretiredoflibs 3 points4 points  (3 children)

          And? You think in the other cases the state is just like - let's garnish his wages voluntarily? No dude - the divorce lawyers petition the court such that the original decision is followed through upon.

          It sounds like your anecdotal friend has a shit lawyer.

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            [–]anonlymouse 3 points4 points  (3 children)

            They make it so the provider gets fucked over, which in most cases is the man, but not always.

            Nope, even if the woman is the provider, it can end up being that the man gets fucked over.

            [–]floppymammarygland 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            And this is completely an outlier incident. Way to be that guy/girl.

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                    [–]PersianVino 120 points121 points  (45 children)

                    Everyone, please watch from 1:10-1:30 of this video.

                    I've done a simple analysis:

                    1.) Beta host tells Dr. Smith that a man should essentially stop complaining about modern-day marriage being a bad deal for men. He goes on to confidently state that a man doesn't become a "man" until he takes responsibility. Translation: Beta has become a shell of a man in his marriage and has deluded himself into thinking that a man should be fucked over and not complain about it. This is the antithesis of TRP.

                    2.) Dr. Smith questions what man would take a raw (horrible) deal that screws him over. She shows empathy for and consideration of the man. Translation: She's almost certainly a Red Pill woman and her man is definitely giving it to her every night.

                    3.) Beta host achieves the peak of male hamstering by justifying that a) marriage is not a horrible deal and b) a man derives deep satisfaction only from taking care of other people. Translation: He is confirmed to be a shining example of AFBB and from his statement, it's clear that he's beaten down as a man.

                    Takeaways: Watch her reactions throughout these telling 20 seconds. Her expression goes from amusement at his naivete to absolute disgust. More specifically, check out her reaction to his "deep satisfaction" line. She's never encountered this high level of beta male hamster before.

                    PS - She's kinda hot. I'd suck a fart out of her butt.

                    [–]1spicy_fries 31 points32 points  (1 child)

                    Her reaction at "deep satisfaction"... beta disgust. It's the opposite of the tingles.

                    [–]VincentPrice 20 points21 points  (0 children)

                    I think I heard her pussy get dry through the monitor.

                    [–][deleted] 44 points45 points  (2 children)

                    Jesus .... great reply PersianVino .... but did you really have to add the PS?

                    [–]openwaves 34 points35 points  (0 children)

                    Haha I got a good laugh out of it. Comic necessity

                    [–]hyorilee 6 points7 points  (0 children)

                    great observation.

                    Remember that look gentlemen and hope you never see it in women you encounter.

                    [–]toworkortoreddit 5 points6 points  (0 children)

                    You can almost hear her call him a beta bitch right to his face. She is in complete shock at how any man can be this beta.

                    [–]anonlymouse 9 points10 points  (6 children)

                    There's some truth in what the white knight said though - you do get satisfaction of taking responsibility of other people. That in itself isn't a bad thing, but you need to get some rights in exchange for that responsibility, which is something he's not taking into account at all.

                    [–]DTDtwopoint0 3 points4 points  (0 children)

                    The beta host suffers from "Alan Harper Syndrome"

                    [–]AlphaKenny-1 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                    I think I cringed every time either of the guys opened their mouths

                    [–]machimus 30 points31 points  (1 child)

                    Homeboy on the right had her back, nice.

                    [–]2 Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 58 points59 points  (23 children)

                    Its been said often here, and everyone needs to hear it. Never get married if you're a man.

                    I've been called bitter, misogynistic, and told they are sorry that life has treated me so badly that I think this way. Its not life, its the fucked up laws and lack of accountability and consequence for women acting poorly. They get rewarded for being horrible people, why the fuxk would anyone willingly subject themselves to that shit if they knew it would happen to them? They wouldn't.

                    She gets it, she can talk about it because nobody is going to say she is bitter or hates women, simply because she has indoor plumbing.

                    [–]ThePedanticCynic 20 points21 points  (21 children)

                    I was against marriage long before i knew anything about TRP. I drew my own conclusions about marriage based on the world around me at around 12 years old. How i saw that men get treated like work horses and a wallet long after a relationship is over. I have no reason to believe if i do get married that it'll end in divorce, but why take that risk?

                    Sadly, i'm willing to bet that the laws will be expanded to include relationships, not just marriage, as part of a 'division' of wealth as more men recognize the faults of marriage.

                    [–]2 Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 15 points16 points  (14 children)

                    If that happens men will opt out of relationships as well, put a tax on single males to pay for women and men will eventually stop working. Most of us will only take this bullshit for so long, then we act. Some act quicker than others, but sooner or later men will react to the environment around them.

                    [–]ThePedanticCynic 9 points10 points  (12 children)

                    I don't think that will work. Men will never stop working. We're the explorers, the thinkers, the doers of history. We find a curiosity and we examine it in such depth that entire theories, laws, models, the world itself is built around it.

                    Soviet Russia produced popular and prolific writers and were next to the US in the creation of the bomb. Cuba produces highly sought after baseball players, Mexico and Columbia are the sources of most of US drugs. All run by men in times of economic stress.

                    We don't seek prestige or wealth as a primary factor. We're in it because it's something nobody else has done, or can do. We're in it because somebody told us we can't. We want to be first. We want to be only. We want to know something nobody else knows, and be the first to tell the world.

                    Men aren't in it for the wealth or fame. We're in it for the challenge.

                    [–]caveboy77 12 points13 points  (2 children)

                    Tell that to the ever increasing amount of unemployed men in america. You're being overly romantic, not too many people have jobs that nobody else has done or can do.

                    [–]ThePedanticCynic 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                    They don't have jobs because there aren't jobs to be had, not because they're not qualified for the jobs that aren't available.

                    [–]Magnum256 6 points7 points  (1 child)

                    Men will never stop working. We're the explorers, the thinkers, the doers of history.

                    That may be true but I think if the laws were changed to give women even more rights to a mans money regardless of marital status, you'd have a hell of a lot more men pursuing jobs they enjoy rather than jobs that pay well. So men wouldn't stop working but there might be a huge shift in career demographics.

                    Who knows, might end up being a good thing.

                    [–]1cover20 1 point2 points  (1 child)

                    Men are indeed explorers. Use that trait intelligently!

                    We have an option the left wingers hate. Overseas women. We are liked there.

                    Our domestic women don't get anywhere near such a positive reception from overseas men. The market is speaking. We're undervalued here.

                    BTW I think your post is sort of bluepill. You're so idealistic, you cannot think of a way to keep the benefits for yourself while foreclosing the wrong sort of women from getting any. Clue: there's a game going on. Learn the rules and play to win.

                    [–]2 Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 1 point2 points  (4 children)

                    Working for yourself is different from working to support others. I do the former almost entirely now, and I won't share my discoveries with just anyone. I'm not letting people take from me anymore. If they take like I mentioned above, I will find a way around it, even if it means death. I'm done being a wallet for undeserving females.

                    [–]1independentmale 7 points8 points  (1 child)

                    I have no reason to believe if i do get married that it'll end in divorce

                    Statistically speaking, you absolutely do.

                    [–]2lightfire409 6 points7 points  (3 children)

                    After watching the blowout of my parents marriage I was very much dissuaded against the concept. My Dad lost practically everything just because he was caught cheating while in a dead bedroom situation.

                    [–]ThePedanticCynic 3 points4 points  (2 children)

                    I'm sorry about that.

                    I doubt his cheating had anything to do with it, though. He would have been taken for everything either way; that was just the excuse they used to do it. If it wasn't that it would have been something else.

                    My first clear memory not only in life, but of my father, was my mother slapping him in the face at the doorway because he brought my sister and i the wrong kind of present. It was still in his hand and we hadn't even unwrapped it yet.

                    She later told me (in my teens) that the only way she'd let him in the door is if he brought us a present. Let him in the door. He wanted to be there for us, but i almost never saw him. This is the world.

                    [–]2lightfire409 5 points6 points  (1 child)

                    Well my Mom isn't a vindictive woman. What happened was a bit more complicated. My dad is a BP Beta. Raised in the generation first hit hard by feminism. However, my mom was raised properly in a household untouched by feminism. If only my dad was masculine and not a neutered women worshiping beta, he would have been attractive and not wound up in a dead bedroom.

                    And i believe that sums up many marriages today. Its a man afraid to use his masculinity, thus being an unattractive husband, thus setting the stage for dead bedrooms, thus resulting in cheating and divorce.

                    Call me an optimist, but i don't believe women enter marriages gleeful at the prospect of being able to take half a guy's stuff. Women very much want a happily ever after marriage. Unfortunately, men aren't raised to be sexual attractive to women and losing that cornerstone of the relationship results in the wife losing respect, attraction, and she winds up being resultful of being married to this man she doesn't desire.

                    [–]1cover20 0 points1 point  (0 children)

                    She's brave though. She will get serious shit from feminists. Feminists might actually get wet for MGTOW types who hold frame. But for a woman who says such things? Pure hatred, even more than they typically have for other women.

                    [–]pheonixignition 29 points30 points  (0 children)

                    I love how when that first guy starts talking about how these aren't men until they responsibility, and she looks at him like he is the dumbest fucking idiot she's ever seen.

                    [–]jamesbond0512 51 points52 points  (4 children)

                    Thats guy next to Helen has been dozed off that blue pill. Helen looks good. I'd take her home.

                    [–]Swiss_Cheese9797 49 points50 points  (2 children)

                    His name is Tucker Carlson and he's a piece of shit. Fuck him and his bow-ties.

                    [–]DirtyD27 14 points15 points  (0 children)

                    He was on that show Crossfire that basically got shut down by Jon Stewart. Notice how when he uses "they" when referring to men.

                    [–]Samq695 9 points10 points  (0 children)

                    thank you!!!!!!! I fucking hate that tool

                    [–]lmpostor 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                    I was thinking the same thing!

                    I want to attempt to seduce her...and then one of you legit redpillers do the real job after I fail.

                    [–]Sherlock--Holmes 40 points41 points  (6 children)

                    Finally marriage material! The irony.

                    [–]colombianguy 25 points26 points  (4 children)

                    No kidding. Whoever marries (or married) her is one lucky son-of-a-bitch.

                    [–]thesaltysoup 9 points10 points  (2 children)

                    She's taken, son. Her hubby looks a little meek, but she's not so bad.

                    [–]JasperPants 18 points19 points  (0 children)

                    She's married to Glenn Reynolds, aka "instapundit".

                    He should be on all of your daily blog visits. Libertarian, law professor, prolific writer and he lifts. Not meek at all, in fact.

                    Definitely a red piller.

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                      [–]pTymN 1 point2 points  (1 child)

                      Can you summarize the good stuff? That's an hour long.

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                        [–]MajorStyles 25 points26 points  (3 children)

                        It's a sad state of affairs when only women are allowed to speak red pill truths in public.

                        [–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                        No one's stopping you. But, you will probably get tired of cunts and asses spraying their stink all over you.

                        [–]fopdespotic 9 points10 points  (0 children)

                        As Rollo has said, it's evidence of a gyno-centric society that women are the only actors given credence and attention when speaking out against the actions of other women and feminism.

                        [–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (1 child)

                        Seems like she has her head screwed on in the right way.

                        Edit: forgot head

                        [–]kynik0s 10 points11 points  (2 children)

                        Heard her recently on the Tom Leykis show and bought the book... can't wait to read it.

                        [–]kjax67 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                        That was a good interview! 7/15/14

                        [–]1rife_omeqa 16 points17 points  (2 children)

                        That guy saying men should be "man up" and assume responsibility and derive satisfaction from taking on the responsibility of others.

                        I don't know where to begin. Such statements and the people who make them are detestable. He obviously is repeating something he's been told without understanding the statement at all.

                        Assuming responsibility is not virtuous in and of itself. Blindly assuming the responsibility of others and doing as others tell you without question or personal benefit has another name; slavery.

                        That guy is telling men that they should assume the yoke of slavery and be happy about it because it's his idea of "manning up". Holy fucking shit, Batman. By extension he's defending an institution of oppression and slavery. Wars are fought over stopping such things and this douchecanoe is sitting on a couch on national television supporting it.

                        It is the mark of a brainwashed person to repeat by rote, something they have no understanding of. He's been indoctrinated from childhood into a system in which he believes "men" are those who work without regard for themselves or their well-being, give all to woman regardless of merit and do so with their mouth and mind shut.

                        Seeing someone with such a monolithic misunderstanding of basic principles and values is scary shit.

                        [–]DanG3 5 points6 points  (1 child)

                        He was only the newscaster actor playing devil's advocate for those who say, "man up." But, it wasn't a "fair and balanced" reporting tactic to pull in a short clip interview where she (he) knew that to respond to the taunt she would have to side-bar into the fact that the expression "Man up" is a feminist shaming tactic to, as YOU wrote, shame men into thinking that they should "assume the yoke of slavery and be happy about it..." The proper response (other than "Fuck You") is to say, "Feminisism has over estimated the power of pussy and underestimates the power of the Manosphere."

                        Illustrative to the stupidity of the interview (reporters) is that the woman reporter referenced the wedding she attended as inspiring for the hope of marriage. Attending weddings is to marriages as witnessing a child birth is to raising the child.

                        That's show biz.

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                          [–]DanG3 4 points5 points  (0 children)

                          Well said!

                          Yes, this sub does give the impression that there are a lot of younger men on it. But, there are also those of us (sages) who are older as well - probably surprisingly older. Join us in fraturnity.

                          [–]1clownShoe 4 points5 points  (0 children)

                          Us younger guys appreciate the wisdom of our elders. So please don't stop contributing. What better way is there to learn but from the mistakes and successes of the people who came before us?

                          [–]kjvlv 7 points8 points  (5 children)

                          she is right about the culture. Just look at the commercials and the tv series. Men/husbands/fathers are played as the dope of the house. Some how the earn enough $$ to pay all the bills but even the kids are smarter about life. The wife ALWAYS is the smart one who runs things. It is reinforced at school. I constantly have to tell my daughters they need to stop thinking I am a tv dad and that it is no way to treat somebody.

                          I love my kids and they are an extremely positive thing that has come from my marriage but that being said, I see no reason to be married. Once they are of legal age and can not be taken from me in a court of law just because I am XY chromosome, I am the hell out of here.

                          [–]1clownShoe 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                          As I was reading your comment I was totally not expecting you to actually say you're gonna bail once they're old enough to make their own decisions. Nice follow through!

                          [–]krakosia 2 points3 points  (2 children)

                          Watch some of the videos in the 2 links below from the rational male

                          http://therationalmale.com/2012/02/03/mans-last-stand/

                          http://therationalmale.com/2012/11/16/glitches-in-the-matrix/

                          the first one is missing a few - one of them is dodge charger super bowl ad

                          [–]arjuice 1 point2 points  (1 child)

                          http://therationalmale.com/2012/11/16/glitches-in-the-matrix/

                          I got goosebumps when I saw this ad. It is both tragic and painful.

                          This ad is powerful. Bravo.

                          [–]PedroIsWatching 77 points78 points  (26 children)

                          This is great, but I wish it wasn't on Fox News. It's going to be lumped in with the rest of their fear-mongering crazy and it won't be taken seriously by those that really need to understand.

                          [–]GC0W30 42 points43 points  (0 children)

                          That sucks, but I suspect that if she can get on the other networks with this message she will. I think Fox News might be the only one that isn't too PC to expose this.

                          [–]100Timeswww 5 points6 points  (1 child)

                          The hosts were disagreeing and arguing with her...

                          [–]Magnum256 6 points7 points  (0 children)

                          Sometimes hosts do this deliberately to give the presenter an opportunity to express their message.

                          If she said "Men are getting a raw deal!" and all three hosts just said "Ya totally. Agreed." it would sort of diffuse the power of her message.

                          You can think of it as if the hosts arguments are the same arguments that 'Random Beta Viewer' would make, and that's a good thing because she gets to counter them.

                          [–]anonlymouse 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                          This is great, but I wish it wasn't on Fox News.

                          It's better that it's anywhere at all. Fox first, it'll start making its way over, since the MRM has a heavy leftist political leanings.

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                            [–]Moneyley 14 points15 points  (2 children)

                            After she rebuttals his blue pill comment on what he thinks all men want, you can almost pin point the time where it looks like he swallowed the red pill. He goes quiet and probably thought of all the shit his wife has been feeding him throughout the years

                            [–]VincentPrice 5 points6 points  (1 child)

                            I thought Tucker Carlson was John Stewart's wife.

                            [–]abaine93 11 points12 points  (0 children)

                            Yep. The dude on the left says that the only real satisfaction that men derive is from being responsible to his family; that there's some invisible force out there that forces you to be a working stiff. Classic white knight. Fuck you dude, I love what I do for a living. And at the end of the video he lets out a little yeah

                            Amazing.

                            [–]PedroIsWatching 9 points10 points  (1 child)

                            It also doesn't help she barely got to make any points due to tangents by the hosts. If you showed this to r/AskWomen, based on the little info the author got to convey they would just give a powertalk version of "we don't care, stop whining".

                            [–]anonlymouse 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                            The guy on the right didn't seem particularly blue pill. He was agreeing with her.

                            [–]VincentPrice 4 points5 points  (1 child)

                            Tucker Carlson said (paraphrasing) 'the ONLY true satisfaction a man gets in life is taking responsibility for other people.' HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH lolololololololololololo HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHhAHAHAHAHA... Don't even know where to begin dismantling how dumb and downright bizarre a statement that is.

                            [–]cdogg75 4 points5 points  (0 children)

                            Tucker is an idiot. On a side note, I think men that are the head of a family do enjoy, or at least feel responsible to be the head of the house, and take care of their family. That is still NO reason to get married, when you can do all of that without signing that death certificate.

                            edit: but to say "the ONLY true satisfaction"...again Tucker is a fucking idiot.

                            Look at his build. He is a very typical low testosterone mangina. He proved it more when he opened his mouthgina

                            [–]2asd1100 5 points6 points  (0 children)

                            1:10 putting up with women's shit is the only way men can derive satisfaction out of life- Fuck me!

                            [–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (2 children)

                            Wow she played them like a fiddle. Notice when she says that they are high level males\females they put smiles on and agree with her. Fucking puppets man

                            [–]chakravanti93 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            K the fuck O bro. I thought I was gonna get to the bottom without a single fucking clue. Goddamn spot the fuck on.

                            [–]krakosia 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            actually notice she said you are a high level man and woman. Not men. The guy to her immediate left doesn't qualify for the title of man.

                            [–]so6p 7 points8 points  (5 children)

                            Well not just some woman. She's Dr. Helen Smith and has been speaking out about men on marriage strike for a long time. I highly recommend her videos. She's a trad-con though, meaning she wants everything to go back the way it was before modern feminism - i.e., men leading women in a relationship and in exchange becoming a provider/protector for her. I believe that the way feminism has imbalanced the gender pendulum, the going back to tradcon ways is less likely than going forward to a complete redefinition or even dismantling of the marriage contract.

                            [–]100Timeswww 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                            This is from her AMA which seems to discredit what you are saying:

                            "Yes, in my teens and twenties, I was very much a feminist because I felt/saw that women had disadvantages in some ways in our society. However, the pendulum has swung too far the other way now, with women having privileges and men having responsibilities. This is as unfair as discrimination against women and must be changed."

                            [–]ultranationalist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            yep the path of least resistance.

                            [–]MickeyRoarick 1 point2 points  (2 children)

                            Here me out. We're swinging out of the old state, while legally defining a new one. Even then, we're still in a chaotic period where we don't even know what a full generation of feminism will result in.

                            • Key word being chaos, the smartest and wiliest succeed.
                            • In every setback, there is an opportunity, find it.

                            Those are set rules in my mindset. If someone shoots you in the leg, you get upfront handicap parking for life. If you lose a suitcase, you get a new wardrobe and look better.

                            I think in this redefining of what is normal, carve out a beneficial path for you.

                            This is my response to the idea of gender pendulum. We don't need to protect women or provide for them. We can just choose the ones we want and discard them like used trash thanks to feminism.

                            [–]∞ Red Pill VisionaryRollo-Tomassi 4 points5 points  (0 children)

                            It's an indictment of a feminine-centric social order that only a woman can speak about men's issues with any legitimacy.

                            http://therationalmale.com/2011/11/08/could-a-man-have-written-this/

                            [–]Swiss_Cheese9797 10 points11 points  (0 children)

                            That woman sliced through everything 3 retarded Fox News pundits were saying. Is she a wizard?

                            [–]lemonparty 3 points4 points  (0 children)

                            Holy shit, this woman is brave to say these things on national television. Mad respect. Just ordered the hardcover, should be a good read -- and happy to support her.

                            [–]notmyuglyside 3 points4 points  (1 child)

                            Wow. That woman dominated that discussion and was intelligent throughout.

                            [–]chakravanti93 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            That woman dominated

                            Bingo. And these bitches are losing their shit for her like they never read a single.fucking word here.

                            [–]Robdogx9001 3 points4 points  (2 children)

                            Say what you want about the guy( and you are probably right), but he is probably under contract to stick to a certain narrative.

                            [–]DanG3 2 points3 points  (1 child)

                            Shit, he's a dumb-ass actor/reporter at best. Given a 15 min interview she would make him seem like a fuck-tard!

                            [–]RedPillProphet 6 points7 points  (4 children)

                            What the fuck does that her being white has to do with anything?

                            [–]AmazonExplorer 11 points12 points  (0 children)

                            Maybe the uploader is black

                            [–]Ron-Swanson 9 points10 points  (0 children)

                            Feminists are usually white.

                            [–]chakravanti93 9 points10 points  (0 children)

                            White women tend to:

                            A) Overvalue themselves for being white.

                            B) Stfu if the actually had their excessive demands met yet.

                            [–]_valtiel_ 3 points4 points  (0 children)

                            It may have something to do with your lack of sense of humor.

                            [–]wtf_is_taken 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                            She is fucking hot and has her head in the right place... Where is she on the maxim top 100? Sometimes I think we do it to ourselves...

                            [–]kanaduhisfruityeh 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                            You mean to tell me that if you remove rewards and replace them with disincentives fewer people will sign up for a particular program? This is a shocking revelation!

                            [–]sixtysixpixistix 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                            @1:48 "euphoric -- snicker"

                            [–]RAHfan 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                            I bought her book! I suggest we all should to support her.

                            [–]GhostOfAladdin 2 points3 points  (1 child)

                            Anyone notice how when Dr. Helen Smith gave the dude on the left a subtle compliment (she remarked he was high level) how he perked up and started backing her? Sad, but that is all it took for him to get a little validation boost.

                            Thanks again OP for posting.

                            [–]newmeforever 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            I smiled the whole time watching this video!

                            [–]sternje 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            I'm one of those guys that thinks marriage is a raw deal for me, but I would marry Dr. Helen Smith in the blink of an eye. She gets it! And she's a hottie.

                            [–]C_D_O 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            and shes not bad looking either

                            anyone else notice a trend?

                            [–]dicklord_airplane 1 point2 points  (0 children)

                            here's an interview with her about her book by Forbes. much better than this low brow Fox News bit.

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpFN5KT8pzw

                            [–]haveiseenthisnaked 2 points3 points  (1 child)

                            Read the book a while back. Gives a overview of what men face in society and gives trends on how men are reacting. If you think marriage is bad, one example that is worse is men in public life that involve children. She wrote about Abigail Rae who was a toddler that drowned. She could have been saved from a man that was passing by but was afraid of being accused a pedophile if he touched her. I know that redpill is all about being attractive, strong or what have you but there is something very wrong is this world where a man can't save another person's life without being punish for it. This is a very extreme level but its the extreme levels that set the boundaries that we navigate through.

                            [–]jm51 2 points3 points  (0 children)

                            Similar happened in the UK a few years back. Van driver sees an unaccompanied toddler but is worried about being accused of kidnapping, so doesn't stop. Poor little boy was found face down in a ditch.

                            [–]DudeZoltan 3 points4 points  (3 children)

                            See? NAWALT.

                            It's just that NAWALTs are extremly fucking rare. In my estimation, there are about half as many NAWALTs as albino alligators.

                            [–]r3sal 0 points1 point  (1 child)

                            ok so....I've been browsing TRP for about a month. I have to ask if marriage makes you vulnerable to attacks by a women for your finances, then why is it that we don't agree to pre-nups? If they legal system is so overbearing and we lose most of our financial and parental rights in a divorce, why don't we take that out of the equation?

                            Can't we learn from the past and use the shortcomings of men, who have fought and failed, to our advantage?

                            [–]rp_divorced 0 points1 point  (0 children)

                            Pre-nups get thrown out all the time. The only way to avoid the vulnerability is to not get married.