Listen: Denise Sitel, Oroville, Tate discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"And the fact that we privatize prison made a money-making student. I I'm not. Going to. I'm not going to deny the one of those because that's not a not something I know enough about, but we do know that the decline of the nuclear family. The increase rate is single parent households has directly attributed to people that are in prison people that are on some type of financial government assistance, people that just over that are unsuccessful in their own relationships because they didn't have an example of this is how people react interact with one another this is this is what a functioning family looks like it's going to have all their own relationship issues. In. It's it's tricky because I support, you know, we we read the onset we talked about gay marriage. And I'm a supporter of anybody who wants to get married should be able to marry whoever they want man, I think is long. I don't think anybody has the right to make somebody else. Bake them a cake. I don't think anybody has the right to go into a Catholic church and say, we're having our wedding here and you're going to perform, but you should let the market stuff like that work work itself out if there's a market for baking gay wedding cake. Why isn't somebody start a bakery that only caters to gay, weddings? Well, that's and that's Pacific bigger. We know that they targeted him specifically in their whole plan was they news gonna refuse. They wanted to do a lawsuit. But what I was going to the larger issue that I was going to illustrate this. And this is this is typically proven is that domestic violence is much higher in same sex couples. It just is because again, we so they're basing. Ng harmful masculinity on societal norms. Okay. And this is a case where societal norms directly attribute to that. Because we do have societal norms that say, it's not okay for a woman and a man you see downtown sixty two dudes fighting are get out of the way, these two guys two ladies fighting again, the ways to later you see a guy in a woman fighting okay might be too big on the regime from cross street. Yeah. They're not. She might even be bigger than him. Whoa. Everybody's gonna run because that's not right. Okay. So opposite genetic guys that are going to go in there and stop that. It's mass. Yeah. Awfully masculine masculinity. Is like the gun, you know, I don't care how how much of anti second amendment person. You are if you ever like have you ever been around the people like in a movie theater when the family's tied up in the movie and then like a. Done is introduced in there, like get the gun. They realize that role meant that the gun would change everything. So masculinity is the same way. Like, they don't want that that guerrilla look in. Muscular guy around. But when she the fan, they're not going to run two hundred forty pound guy and skinny jeans, the it's like the sipping his his child Tate with both hands. The the girl it'd be like, hey, you need to save us. That was. Denise Sitel joke. All the time. We got from Oroville too. Pretty. She gets into boyfriend, and he goes I saw him in the missile drinking tea with both. So every once in a while, I'll be having my coffee, and what I know Denise looking at me, I'll put the other hand to knock it off shift to cut it like, she'll that's not what I married.."