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"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

06:01 min | 11 months ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Terrible. Herbal conditions like diabetes heart disease and virginity not to mention cancer but that's just the beginning of it. There is literally nothing. Being overweight does not make worse eyesight memory pain fatigue depression. You don't poop right it. Weakens your immune system. We scream it congress to find a way to pay for medical bills but it wouldn't be nearly the issue is if people just didn't eat like assholes the who are killing not only themselves but the planet the amazon fires are because was farmers there are burning down the rain forest to make room for future hamburgers and so i did because here in america we look at fried chicken and think that's a good start now. Put it on a bun and add bacon and cheese and something don't even thought to put on it. Make mouth com. What's elizabeth warren's plan for that. Europe doesn't look like this because europe's not always eating for two we weren't it always like this watching the footage of the fiftieth anniversary of apollo eleven. I was struck by how not fat everyone in the crowd. Was we look like a completely different race of people now. Look at us. We wear shirts that our ancestors could've used as a sale the one hundred years ago. This guy was fat enough to be the fat man in the circus now now. He's a guy people know. I'm speaking the truth after all isn't that why you're tinder picture is three years old. Ken fat be beautiful. That's in the eye of the beholder but healthy no that science. I know this is a this is a controversial thing into say now. In today's america but being fat is a bad thing we shouldn't taunt people about it and overeating should be singled out as the only vice. It's not we all have something but there's no smoking acceptance or drunk acceptance. When i drank too much yes sometimes someone would say to me. You know that's that's not great for your health bill. Maybe you should slow down a little. You went kinda hard last night and i would say yeah. I know i'm going to start next week and then of course i wouldn't but i didn't say how dare you drink jamie. Being blotto is beautiful didn't say that i was focusing on the road food. When did it become taboo. In this country to talk about getting healthy weight watchers had to literally take the words weight and and watchers. I'm not getting out of their name. It's now w._w. Because merely the idea of watching your weight is now bullying. What's next banning scales. Hey liberals. You know how you hate it. When conservatives won't even let the c._d._c. Study gun violence as a public health issue. This this is that you are the n._r._a. Of mayonnaise we have gone to this weird place. Where fat is good. It's pointing out. That fat is unhealthy. That's what's bad fat chaim. No we fit chain really when you hear it all the time. Someone sees a merely trim person. You should eat something. No you should not eat some. It should be more unhealthy so you can feel better about your fat ass. In august fifty. Three americans died from mass shootings terrible right. You know how many died from obesity forty thousand and fat shaming doesn't need to end needs to make a comeback. Some amount of shamed is good. We shame people out of smoking and into into wearing seatbelts we shame them at littering and most of them at a racism. Shame is the first step in reform. It's goats people into saying. Maybe i can do better as opposed to. I'm always perfect away. I am how dare you. We need to start aiming higher as a country. This is a good place to start. We can all keep pretending that healthcare of care is an issue between you and the government but it's really between you and the waitress. It's not just about out being able to see a doctor. It's also about being able to see your dick show tonight at the orpheum the kamar john the lady joe walsh the only episodes of real time with bill maher every friday night at ten or watch him anytime h._b._o. On demand for more information log on h._b._o. Dot com..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:14 min | 11 months ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"No no no look his policies. He's now again. Oftentimes myself in people like me. I mean we went to washington the tea party to do something about the debt but yeah that what you do it. It's not a political party failed at that like this political correctness. This guy work. That's the thing we're don. Quixote republic okay trust so do you sometimes wish you were the other joe. Walsh wishes written funk forty nine and midnight man and pretty maids. He's tough he's. He's you still living there untorn vegas. They're doing awesome. He's the guy wrote lifespans. You're the guy who's to defend himself against okay so my last question as you say. Donald you voted for trump. Yes you even said i'm voting for rim on election day if he loses. I'm grabbing my musket. I'm gonna let you go on that one because musket muskets anymore so i'm going to say you are being metaphor. Yes still on a good thing to put out the idea that if the election doesn't go our way we reach for guns. Would you allow the hess but rate not a good hi dear musket though i know it's still the idea of i don't like the election. Get a gun nuts. I know but you're talking about. I said i'm going to give give you that work at that one but you said you know now. You've turned so trump basically kanju. He's a con man. He is economy so you were formed. Tell us why we should vote for you if it took you until twenty nineteen to know that donald trump was filler well. It didn't declare quest to good let fair question good question okay. That's a real it didn't take till twenty nineteen for the record eighteen last year yeah the at helsinki that was when he stood in the world and said ah with putin and now it's a good place but bill we okay. We got people right. Who've found the religion yesterday. Do we want you joe. We we want. We do okay so but okay so trump didn't get that era of your ways. What about global warming you. We're always denier. What do you think because we don't wanna sit here three years from now and go fuck. I messed up on that one. It's not a denier in the republican. Party needs to wake up. I'm telling you this right now. Wake up knowledge yes. It's an issue and it's a problem. We're part of this debate. They've got to acknowledge that. It's a real issue. Okay stop spot all right. Okay so speaking of that <hes> this what happened with the bahamas this week. It looks like you know puerto rico. There's an island barbuda. That's completely gone now. It looks like the caribbean because of course global warming and the souped up hurricanes is being wiped out an island at a time. What are we doing about this or are we going to rebuild who would rebuild who wants to rebuild in a place now. We're not even in the paris accord. We're not even trying to solve this problem seriously mankind what is going to happen to this region of the country. I've been there many times. I went to the nineteen eighty-nine h._b._o. Vacation in nevis saint kitts saint johns saint thomas mystique. These are beautiful places with beautiful people and feel like one by one and what are we gonna do. It's gonna get worse unless we do something. I mean in all this stuff is interrelated. I mean we we watched what happened in the amazon a few weeks ago. There was a reason why this was happening and that was that farmers in the amazon were clearing trees trees to plant soybeans. Why are they planning soybeans. Well because we're in a trade war with china china's the biggest buyer of soybeans in the world and county. We used to be the biggest seller of soybeans..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Hundred percent tired of this additive edited dirty now and wayne mess him. Oh yeah. I never fucking hurt you. Either the kisco capelle annoy in the u._s. Congress challenging donald trump with the twenty twenty rubbing reservation joe walsh. Are you get you. You are challenging donald trump for the republican nomination but they don't go your job but that news view today south carolina nevada arizona and kansas say they will not even allow a primary challenger that why are they so insecure. I thought donald donald trump was ninety percent popular in their public and party. They can't even ever primary challenger. Who's gonna lose. You're gonna lose not necessarily. You're not going to take the nomination away from trump. Oh i've got a shot. Oh absolutely bill would think about that on television shot and this guy who doesn't have the in the next general election days what i love about america. We are not north korea. We're not russia think about what trump did today. Trump wants to eliminate elections. He told south carolina relying arizona nevada and kansas no primary elections. You talk about undemocratic bullshit in this coming from party moghinyeh the footsie..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"It'll stabilize the european union so that's what they want. So boris johnson wants to call an election and he might win it and the reason why he might win it to bring it back to this country is somebody named jeremy corbyn uh-huh who is the leader of the left in britain and he is like bernie sanders times ten and this is what i'm asking about this country. We have a similar sort live situation. I like elizabeth warren a lot. She's got the big momentum now. She kind of ate your lunch at the debate way way way doc by debate standards where you you get. It's the moment and it's the bullshit she did. I'm not saying she was right because because well here's what you said. You said i think democrats win when we were on real solutions not impossible promises when we run on things that are workable not fairytale economics economics see and then she gave her the opening. I'm sure it was already written. I don't understand she said why enemy goes to all the trouble running for president just to talk about what we really can't can't do and shouldn't fight for wait a second see. I'm with you here. She's conflating centrism with doing nothing. Obama was a centrist. Okay your hero obama so i like elizabeth warren a lot too but i understand why she's got big rally. She's promising a lot of free shit. I actually think i think part of what she's doing. Basically reminding the people that we promised free under the f._d._r. Democrats with the new deal and we action reconstructed and recognize that there were income inequalities that we had to address but that's that's why we have a primary opportunity for the american people to their their kenneth starr identify who do they actually and it's good that we have so many ideas that we actually start thinking about it but we should also remember how we won the midterms right 'cause we flipped forty aceites from republican to democratic and took back the house represents an extraordinary and we did that we did that with candidates who won independence right and that's i mean if you think about you you mentioned obama was saying but it's the truth. Obama was a centrist clinton was a centrist dukakis was not mondale was not the government was not. There's a pattern there. We will win the twenty twenty election when we capture the center because the president's going to turn out voters and democrats are going to turn out just like we did in two thousand eighteen. It was a heroic effort to wrest control of our government back to the people. We're going to have good turn out in two thousand twenty. The key is who will oh capture the center and if you impossible promises. I just don't think we're going to do that. When you shoot. I was actually i would argue that you have to do two things. The democrats brought back the house because they focussed on suburban white women who cared about health care but they also deeply cared about family separation. It just didn't sit well with them. But then you also have roughly fifteen million folks that are unregistered. I just started that are among latino and you have to make sure that you are actually increasing that by choice and we keep talking about the mid west. Midwest is important but the american map has been flipped flipped. You have industry now coming to the south you have young people and young professionals coming into the south and you have opportunity with thirty eight electoral just in texas face on the latino vote and the youth vote in the more we talk about. How do we expand that electoral vase. I would say texas right now is we're. California was under proposition one eighty-seven you had before then california was absolutely swing state lose more likely to carry texas joe biden elizabeth warren. We are talking about texas. Big hats walk working with the eminent domain..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

04:37 min | 11 months ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Thank you but college majors so if you want to make a lot of money you should major that we know this the highest most narrative college majors petroleum engineering you will make more money if you are now the majority of the majors in petroleum engineering our males very few females and women are measured by dick than being that to me also metallurgy naval architecture very few women but you make money <hes> <hes> women are over here in early childhood education fields they find rewarding and social work and society understanding society eddie has shitty priorities but then you can try to change it but but don't say we're being cheated out of our salary. It's a complicated complicated issue so what i try to do on the fence planers is to show people that women are going to be helped by truth an accurate analyses of problems and we just don't have that right now. We have a lot of spin and hyperbole. Get with my therapy dog but thank you so much for coming by and enjoy great the senior all right us radar power john. It is the editor at large of reason magazine coast of the fifth column podcasts matt welsh back with us matt well. It looks like my father in nineteen sixty because he does choose the president and c._e._o. Of voter latino and am an m._s._n._b._c. m._s._n._b._c. contributor maria theresa kumar back is the entrepreneur and former three term congressman from maryland and now seeking the democratic presidential nomination john delaney no overtime tonight i. I have a show in vegas every time but i didn't <hes> okay so i thought this is a good week to sort of commiserate with the mess vast majority of america to say where do i go because this storm has shown us a coupla things marianne williamson on the democratic side said it's it's not wacky to believe that if millions of us use our mind power prayer we can turn the hurricane away from land. We we can't do that. Merit and then trump says nuke. This is the american the american who says really this is my fucking choice to this country mind power to turn that redefine for joyce choice for that's what america we're we're right in the middle of the movie the fifth element you remember that. I don't think that's basically in the dark force okay so i guess my question is does anyone have drugs california cornea and nine eight other states have legally so we can at least commiserate support all right so. I thought this would be a good week to talk about. I brought this book before if obama the list just being i can with a foreign star the unsecured i've known you know <hes> canceling world war one appearance because of rain russian officials in the oval office. I mean we too but this week is a perfect week because one from the washington post president trump's oh eager to complete hundreds of miles of his border wall. He directed aides. It's too fast track. Billions of dollars worth of construction contracts aggressively sees private lands and disregard environmental rules and he said if subordinates it's who are worried about getting caught at this. We're found out he would pardon them. Should they have to break laws to get the barriers build quickly so this is his big thing the wall aw you know the president obama's big thing the affordable care act what if obama had said this is my big thing. Let's break some laws to get it done and if you do and get caught. I'll pardon you mitch mcconnell. Anything republicans head would explode. I mean what we'd be hearing and listening to the double standard is just unbelievable. The freedom caucus was launched right in two thousand fifteen and look at its founding documents..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Not the west. It's the students who come the activists to we demonstrate. They set up safe rooms. I spoke at rooms from you from me and i have to have bodyguards at oberlin. I had a detail of police it didn't. They also have a therapy dog. Yes here's the thing from you because you know a young woman will they had these safe room setup and thirty women and a therapy dog led to the safe space. I triggered a dog and and i see i mean you mentioned things that i thought feminism was when it started out one of the things i thought it was about was strength. Exactly you know wonder woman strong. They love wonder woman when the hear me roar right right but what happened is that i'm asking you okay the fragility just women. Let's be honest. It's couch feminism awesome. Were fainting couch. Remember the nineteenth century where women would like apps on an elegant shares in the presence of male vulgarity well. What i i mean. We can't handle that. We want to be in the military. You know we want to be running well. I'm sorry you can handle it male impropriety now. I'm not saying that we shouldn't have strong rules against sexual harassment course. I fought for that but that doesn't mean policing men for little minor. You know we're we'll let can i read the this is bernie. Sanders had to start his campaign for president this time fending off these accusations that someone in his campaign a and committed horrible crimes not horrible crimes but sexual crimes are it was part of it was lumped in with the lead to hurt <hes>. It was not that bad ed. Someone's he said. Can i touch your hair and she said yes and then he did it for longer than she wanted and pay. Maybe touching her all day. It was wrong things happen. The things happen that iran listen to another bernie sanders campaigns said she had to share a room one night with male staffers. This happens on a campaign..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"People know about this grab anyway. Mike mike pence spent all week in europe. This is just the side scandal to the weather scandal. The trump was supposed to go to europe to commemorate the eightieth anniversary of the start of world war two in poland. He decided he couldn't go because we needed his giant brain and to monitor the storm that was about to hit alabama so pence went ireland pence stayed two hundred miles elsewhere his meeting was because he had to stay in a trump hotel trump hotels very different from regular hotels tells when when you call down to room service for ice a team of immigration police show up on out anyway anyway trump did not go on the trip. He said he couldn't be at a monitor the storm and he went golfing and the storm dorian and it was looked like it was about to hit florida. It was barreling right toward florida and it just stopped over the poor people in the bahamas. It was like fifty miles wears heading right towards florida and it just looked at florida and went no. We're not fucking with florida. I'm sorry around. We've we've seen hurricanes turn. This is the first one that pretended it was on its phone. America got lucky. We missed the worst of it. <hes> the carolinas got a lot of rain half a million people in the carolinas. Here's our totally without power but enough about disenfranchising voters did you you.

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Is going to the Williams Sonoma store, I know. It is it is seem able bulb those. No still. Bill marr said that men and women should never tell one another their fantasies because women are outraged by what we say, and we're totally bored. By what they thought like women have kind of these scenarios. I don't know unicorns. I don't know what they're dealing only lines storylines men were just like, I don't want to say this to you. But there's a lot of just close ups a female body. We'll men are much more visually oriented I sexually. And but now they're being shamed. I mean now, it's called the male gaze. And so there's all of his sick. Oh my God. The Sports Illustrated is exploiting the female, forget young men. Like it. I'm worried that now sort of the way in the past. Sexual sub gays were shamed. We're now reversing at N shaming like heterosexual. Yes, that's different. Remember, we had the young woman who complained about being whistled at and I said, don't worry it stops with sexual behavior. The question is what's the end game. And this is what people have to ask themselves is like one of the corollaries to the female pornographic. Romance is actually the establishment of a longterm relationship. And the question is, you know, it's so funny because I got pilloried in the New York Times for for talking about enforced monogamy squirting I now because and that gets brought up like in every. Ridiculous. We talked to that woman for two two days. I know it is just like a little side comment, and then that became the sticks. Like like enforcement Naga me, you mean forced marriage, or no, I mean that was an anthropological term which she knew perfectly well because she's a very smart person. And all it means is that there's a pronounced proclivity in human societies around the world to enforce monogamous relationships at multiple levels of the sociological hierarchy, you do it culturally. Do you do an expectation you do it legally enforced monogamy? So my son was just married, and if he came to me next year, and he said, you know, K dad, guess what I've managed to have four affairs in the last year with hot women and my wife hasn't found out about any of them. I'm not going to Pat him on the back and say good job. You know, I'm going to say what the hell's up with you. You know, you violated the vowed that you took you're putting your whole future. Riskier, betraying yourself and your wife, and well that's enforced monogamy. The the idea is that the social norm is the establishment of a long term monogamous relationship. And that there are strictures put in place to support that. Also to punish deviation from it. And you say, well, you know, maybe maybe not so much on the punishment end. But you can't depends like what do you want? What what is it that you want you want a long-term stable relationship or not? And if that's the goal, then your behavior should be devoted to whatever. It is that facilitates that goal, and I don't see that. I certainly don't see that casual and impulsive sex fits that Bill. Not not in the least and all of the evidence with regards to living together shows that that's actually detrimental to the establishment of a longterm relationship. So first of all common law marriage people who are in a common law marriage are much more likely to be divorced. That's the first thing. The second thing is people who live together before they get married are much more likely to be divorced after they get married. So the idea that well, you can try someone on for size and see how it works..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"I would say for the first time is reduce the cost of rejection two males two zero because it hides it. You don't wanna people you ever hear from our people who have rejected you, although although they true. But there was one man who had to make three hundred he he actually tallied it you had to make three hundred requests of swiping writer reply. So he had the sensibly. Sure. Sure. Sure. But it's massively attenuated because you're not being humiliated, not at all not at all. It's really it's really at arm's length, and you can wipe very very rapidly. And so you been all that rejection over with. A very short period of like losing video gamers, well, less. We're not. I mean, not nearly as bad. So I don't know what I mean. Tender also, reduces the one of the other things that things that you want to think about with regards to sex, and I think this is probably particularly true for women is that to what degree is it in women's interests to allow the cost of sex to fall to zero because with pornography, certainly does that. And it just seems to me that that's not a very good long term strategy for relationships between men and women because whatever sex is worth the cost of zero is the wrong price. And so that's you know, I heard the bunny ranch and pay quite a bit for well. True true. But that's true. But you don't have to. I've heard from a number of women what written read blog reports on their frustration with their attempts to be relatively sexually selective. Like, let's say they decide that they're not going to sleep with their new partner on the first date in they're frustrated by the fact that to the degree that they're being cautious in their sexual behavior. Which I think is actually an admirable idea that they're instantly out competed, especially if they're partners are somewhat impulsive by women who will say yes at the drop of a hat. And so well, again, I don't think you know, what depends on what the goal is. That's the thing is that there's the short terms short-term, sexual gratification. But the literature indicates that married couples, for example, or couples in permanent long term monogamous relationship are more sexually satisfied than single people. And maybe the single people have to be passed out into those who are sexually successful. And. Those who aren't but I suspect that would make that much difference. But whatever there's the utility of relatively immediate sexual gratification for whatever that's worth in the adventurous nece that goes along without let's say the hunt and the excitement of having a new partner in all of that. And maybe even the danger that's associated with that. Because people like to have a little bit of danger in their life. But what's the goal? It's like what do people want? And I mean, there's a great book called a billion wicked thoughts that was written by Google G nears. And so it contains great psychology because Google engineers don't care about political correctness. And they just write down what they find. They don't even notice that. It's politically incorrect, hence, James damore, for example. And what they found was that women use pornography just as much as men, but the pornography that women use is verbal it's not just and the pornographic novels, essentially, followed the same extraordinarily standard plot line to the degree that. Publishing houses like harlequin. We say, it's the it's the bodice rippers the restaurants now. Yeah. Right. So in the harlequin series. You have the ones that were published like in the nineteen seventies. That are pretty tame. There's a sniping. They're pretty hot actually. Well, there's a variety they rain. They range -pletely tamed to essentially hardcore pornography, but the but the plots are quite similar and the plot is young relatively innocent woman finds powerful interesting dangerous male tames him, and then they have anti-graft enough. Yeah. It's the beauty and the beast plot fundamental search for women on porn hub, we discovered we did an episode on point was for women. It was rape. Wasn't that like the no lesbianism, or at least that was your point? That was your thought me. Okay..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"And so the suggesting it is going to be the woman who says I find that really offend. I'm suggesting is about probably is never mind, but women are also more sensitive today. Give emotion. So there is some slightly higher probability that that might be the case. But then I think women are also associated at least in men's imaginations with nature, which is part of the chaotic domain say as opposed to culture because they're sexually selective. So you think what is nature we have that as a cognitive category. Right. We think of the natural world, we think of nature versus culture, it's a fundamental opposition. What is nature? Well, nature is trees and landscapes and animals and all of that. But that isn't what nature fundamentally is nature fundamentally is that which selects from a genetic perspective, that's nature. That's the fundamental definition of nature. And it is the case that human females are sexually selective, and it's a major component of human behavior. So the. The evolutionary theory. Roughly speaking is that the reason we diverged from chimpanzees eight million years ago seven million years ago is at least in part because of the differences between sexual selectivity between female, humans and female, chimpanzees female chimpanzees are more likely to have offspring from dominant males, but it's not because of their sexual selectivity. So a female chimpanzee has periods of fertility that are marked by physical by observable physiological changes not the case with human females human female automation is is concealed. So that's a very profound biological difference between human females and chimpanzees and the chimpanzee females will mate with any male, but the dominant males chased the subordinate males away but human females are sexually selective. And so, and it's not trivial fact so you have twice as many, female and. Sisters as male ancestors. You think well how can that be? Well, imagine that on average every single human female has had one child throughout the entire course of history, which is approximately correct, by the way, then imagine that half of the man had zero and the other half had to. Okay. And that's roughly the case so half of males. Historically, speaking have been reproductive disasters. And the reason for that is because of female sexual selectivity. So it is actually the case that female, humans are nature. It's not only that they're that. They're associated with nature symbolically as far as reproduction is concerned. They are the force of nature that does the selection and so their nature in the most fundamental way. And there is a chaotic element of that at least in relationship to men and also in relationship to women because a lot of the female on female competition is competition that's chaotic for the right to be sexually selective. Right. Not only with regards to man, which drives a lot of politicking. But also in relationship to each other because part of what human females do is jockey for position in the female dominance hierarchy for the top position. Which is the woman who gets to be most sexually selective. And so that drove. Female female competition, and it's different dynamic. There's there's similarities between female female competition and male male competition, but there are also differences and their pronounced so men, for example, while men are more likely to compute compete for socioeconomic status, and that's partly because that drives female may choice. So the correlation for men between socioeconomic status and sexual success is about point six and for women. It's zero. Zero. In fact, it's actually slightly negative you so and that's a huge difference between men and women. I know that you knew the anthropologists Sarah Hertie, HR D Y, an and she's like my favorite feminist theorist. Although is she would say, I'm a theorist who happens to be a feminist, but she studied primate behavior, and she watched she looked at the women very care.

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"It's like, well, if that's your theory, then you might as well just give up right now, if you're going to get married because that like, the only reason you can think that is because you don't have enough responsibility to make romantic entanglement virtually impossible. And what happens when you're married, especially when you have little kids is that. And you both have job. Let's say is you're so busy that the probability that you're going to find time for spontaneous mutual interaction is decreases to zero and so if that's what you're hoping for then you're never going to have it. And so what you have to do is you have to make time for each other. And you know, if you're dating when you're establishing a relationship. Well, you put some effort into it. You know, you decide that you're going to go out for dinner, and you dress up to some degree, and you try to present yourself to each other in some half lease mutually acceptable manner. And you hope that there's going to be a positive consequence of that that you're gonna find each other attractive? But then people somehow think that once they're married that the same amount of effort isn't necessary, and that's wrong. I would say more effort is necessary on the same front, and you have to think it through. It's like, you know, if you don't wanna be bitter about the intimate element of your relationship. How much time do you have to spend together each week? And my my rule of thumb sort of derived from clinical observations is that you need to spend ninety minutes a week with your partner talking. And that means you're telling each other about your life and staying in touch, you know, so that you each know what the other is up to and you're discussing what needs to be done to keep the household running smoothly, and you're laying out some mutually acceptable vision of how the next week or the next month's are going to go together. Right. So that that keeps your narratives locked together like the strands in a rope you need that for ninety minutes or you drift apart and you need to spend intimate time together. Least once a week and probably more like twice and that has to be negotiated and if you don't go she ate it. And if you don't make it a priority, then it won't happen. You know likelihood and then well, well, then you don't have it, and that's a catastrophe because there's not that many things in life that are intrinsically. What would you say engaging in meaningful and pleasurable and also bonding all of that? And if you let that go then well part of you dies and part of the relationship dies. And well, then there's always the possibility of becoming attracted by alternative attachments, which which you would do if you had any spirit left. Right. I mean, that's the thing is if well if you're not if you're if your relationship at home is entirely unsatisfying sexually what are you supposed to do with that nothing is supposed to just bear it? I mean in one way the answer is yes because it's your marriage. But another way is well what that's all the fight. You've got an you. You're going to just let the erotic element. Of your life die and accept everything that goes along with that because you're not willing to cause a bit of trouble to ensure that it's maintained and we're not very good at thinking these things through consciously. I mean, people are bad at negotiating period as far as I can tell. But they're particularly about it. Go shooting things that are deeply private how much do you want your partner to know about you? Anyways. It takes a lot of trust to have a real conversation about what you need and want. Now, you have. In the press people read that you are you have a following of young men, and I went to hear your lecture in Washington DC. And there were a lot of women there and your book, I personal men. Don't buy books that often compared to women. So I'm presuming you have a lot of female readers. I've found Danielle and I found it completely reversible and wasn't a ribbon for men. No. What a delusional desire on the part of the radical leftists that the only people that could possibly be attracted to me are angry men..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"What's happening with little boys in schools might now and the mainly concerned about the men in, you know that the vast numbers of men in prison the the boys. Are dropping out of school, the men that have not just dropped that aren't just unemployed. They're not looking for work. We've got, you know, able bodied men in their prime earning years who are not in the workforce, and we have an educational system that is not meeting the needs of men as well as women. And and when I look at women's problems because women do have serious problems, especially the feminization of poverty. If you are alone with children, it's very hard for women and given the jobs women do. So it's they need men, we need each other. So I don't really see it as separate at this point. I think we need kind of an egalitarian movement at that looks at areas where we could help men because when you help menu help women at this point in the United States and and and if you help women, you help, we need to. We're in this together. So the problem of poverty, the problem of single motherhood and all that you've got us. They've got to be marriageable men. If gotta be guys. It's not enough just to it used to be. You could graduate from high school and work hard. You could make it into the middle class. Now you you almost required to have college beyond high school. Some specialization and far more women are getting that than men. So we may end up closing the wage gap just by having a better educated women. But socially, that is the projections are not good for stable society is not good for the workforce and other countries are dressing that problem. So anyway, I do see problem, but the financial problem with women, but I think it's connected to man the most serious problems for women though, as you said, they're not in the west. I think there many parts of the world where they have not had two major waves of feminism. They haven't had so much as a trickle, and I go to international women's conferences and I meet women coming from, you know, some Malia and Egypt and Iran, which is kind of, you know, talk about a Handmaid's tale. That's nineteen Eighty-four for women. In many ways l. it's terrible for men too, but but I meet the women that are that are sort of the freedom fighters, the the Elizabeth Katie Stanton, and Susan, b, Anthony and Sojourner, truth of those countries. And it's very exciting, but American women right now, especially on the campus who have so much to give and who are so gifted and you know the here, you are at Wellesley and your spot and their turned in on their own oppression and not making common cause with these women around the world that that need help. And they come to these conferences. They want help from American women because we did liberate ourselves and they want to do the same. And I don't understand why are women's would wouldn't be so focused on making those connections. And you know, you go back in the eighties on the college campus with our partied in South Africa. And you know, the students were very focused on social Justice in South Africa, where are they today? On gender apartheid in in, you know, Saudi Arabia or something. They're mostly talking about apartheid gender apartheid in the girl scouts and boy scouts, or you know that we have separate, you know, the the, the language is all about in his of crisis for our society, which is not a patriarch, don't. It's come back to the United States for a second. It seems to me one of the big problems that I've seen particularly among men since we've been talking about men is this feeling of lack of purpose. And that seems like that's been exacerbated a lot by the false perceptions regarding gender and sacks that my contention is always been that young men particularly either create or destroy, and there's not a lot in between and I can see it with my two and a half year old. Boy, he's building blocks or he's knocking them down. Those are the only two things that he's doing it any given time. And usually he's knocking them down. Usually he's just a suicide mission. He's trying to kill him so fulltime and it's my job to stop him from doing that and society..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"We're not gonna check. Right. So it's always, you know, it's it's alcohol saturated since they've removed all the. Traditional standards, and then they've decided to become prudes about the results of of a lot of this stuff. It's crazy. Now there is an interesting case that just happened at NYU AVI tall Ronel is professor of German literature and complex. She's a deconstructionist's feminist performance artist. So she goes into the class, g has costumes, and she tells us students, this will not be classes performance and on. And you know, some of them were love it, and a lot of them are probably bored or horrified or whatever, but it doesn't matter anyway. He's a very, very colorful celebrity scholar within this little niche world of performance scholarship and she's and she's apparently gay will now a gay guy. Nimrod Reitman young. He's about he well, I don't know what he is now, but he was baby in his twenties when this happened because it was a few years ago. He's now accused her of a sexual assault, sexual harassment, and he's. He's gay. She's a lesbian and and she's a leading figure, you know, in sort of. Postmodern deconstruction is so fifty leading feminists. Scholars gathered around her, you know, and wrote a letter excusing her, and the letter looked like kind of excuse people would give for Ray Moore, you know, like, oh, it was a different time. We really don't know what was happening and then it turns out she had an affair. So she's a great interpreter of the philosopher. Dairy think da now that she had an affair with his son when the son was sixteen those very bad lesbian I have, she's not even who knows is it? So anyway, it's what it tells me is that sex, you know, it's complicated and who knows what went on with between these two people? Was it appropriate? Not really. We have the, she wrote a lot of texts and things, but I can understand the people that love her that are on her side. You know, I, I've, I've seen this with young men, their families, you know, they see it differently because they're looking at. It from his point of view, and she's now has her. She has got her side and the grad student has his side and the whole kademi is now an all in a dinner over this. But to me may the only way we could find out would be in a court of law if the and he is suing. So maybe interesting. We will see if she really wrote these things or said these things, but it it proved to the whole academy the the need for do process. What bothers me about is I wish these fifty scholars had noticed that this was happening not just to their friend of tall row Nell professor, but but it's been happing to young men in their campuses happened to a lot of male professors where you're just run out of town and assumed guilty because accused, I mean more or kipness basically got shellacked at northwestern for simply suggesting there'd be some sort of form of due process for a male professor who is accused of basically some more activity and she was investigated. This professor was investigated for an article that she wrote in the chronicle of higher education. So. So it's out of control. But you know, what do we do about it? I'm just hoping. I mean, that's the question, man. I'm not. I'm not sure I was gonna ask you what's the importance of the metoo movement? Because obviously there's no out of focus on hashtag metoo and people telling their stories. And again, it seems like there's a lot of conflict in here where people say hashtag me to about. I was once cat called on the subway versus me metoo as I was raped by a male relative or something, and it's supposed to be in the same category. And then anybody who suggests differently is ripped up and down. And I remember which actor suggested recently that there were that there are gradations to severity of Matt, Damon, Matt, Damon. Damon said that he was being interviewed on ABC news and he said he was. He just seemed very nice and he said he cared about the movement and like lot of good men. Liberal and conservative. There is horrified by the Harvey Weinstein stories is anyone. And he was like, he says, I care about that. I want the movement to succeed. However, there are degrees of guilt and you know. Some proportion in terms of punishment that's appropriate..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"I mean, now I'm not saying there can't be Borish behavior, and the boys should be gentlemen and ladies and girls should be all of that. But. There's no, you can't find it. It was manufactured through a combination of twisted theories about the patriarchy and propaganda. I mean, they are in a gender war in it in every war. The first casualty is truth. This one is no different seems like the Boers have been completely removed. I mean, the the studies that I've seen were there suggesting numbers, like one in four, basically they're conflating anything from an unwanted touch to a full on rape, and then saying that that is all part of a rape epidemic happening on campus. And that's led to these essentially, Stalinesque showed trials that are happening on campuses across the country with no due process of law as he was to be a lot more dangerous as as an institution for college. Then the notion that the college somehow winking and nodding it actual rape happening on his campus. Absolutely. And in the sad thing is that you're absolutely right now they have he show trials and and they say, oh, well, women never make make up, you know, accusations. You have to believe women women to make up accusations and women do. Not because they are women because they are human and human beings will you know, sometimes lie, especially about sex. We just had a case at Sacred Heart. Did you read about them on? Oh my goodness. There was a trial and these two young men athletes were turned, you know, they were accused thrown off the team law scholarships. It would went on. Finally, in court, she admitted she made it up. I think it was sort of like the Jackie case a university of Virginia that Rolling Stone case she made it up because she wandered boyfriend wannabe to feel sorry for either she had some reason and they, they allowed these young men or at least one of them. I saw making a statement about what it had done to his life and it was it was horrifying initially just said, you know, it's, it's, it's ruinous. It's just psychologically a false accusation and and there's a reason we have due process and this we developed this this truth, finding apparatus. The best we've got not perfect, but there's an with what's much worse is not to have it. And now on campus, they've dispensed with many cases and you have people accused and found guilty of very serious crimes that there's no no jury would have found them guilty. There wasn't evidence or some cases, no evidence is cases. There was evidence that proved it didn't happen. And in these tribunals they wouldn't accept it. So I I and I, but I also feel sorry for girls who have been victims because now it's the crime has been exaggerated, all all proportions. So you know, it's some schools of a boy walks by and says, nice legs. You know, a girl call, it's in the feminist center. That's a mini rape. You know, they're, they're procreating the language of predation and violence for everyday things that go on. And so I think they're trivializing terrible thing that can happen is we do know that this can happen on campus and the and then they have procedures that. Nobody knows what's going on or where it leads, so it's not helping anybody. Fortunately, I think the current department of education just announced they're going to change the requirements for college and undo some of the the new rules that were put in by the last administrators as someone who's been accused of cat calling for asking woman to debate me publicly. That's I, I definitely understand. They hit a broadening the terminology. What what do you think is sort of a solution for this? Because it seems like if you wanted to create a recipe for a bunch of false statistics and false positives in cases of rape, what you would I do is suggest to men and women that are no differences between men women, then you would tell them that to explore their best selves. They should have as much sex with as many partners as possible, and then you put them alone as much as possible. And then you would set no standards for what actually rape constitutes. And finally would say, no evidence is necessary in order for us to convict you and you can do it all infinite amount of alcohol..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Slash Ben guest back to some of the myths that are being pervade. So one of the big ones that you've taken on is the myth that America has a deep seated rape culture, and I've always been sort of bewildered as to what exactly people mean when they say rape culture. Like is there some vast group of men out there who are very pro rape that I've been missing somehow and is there in fact some sort of rape culture that's happening on campus? What are the actual facts with regard to the idea that America is in the midst of a rape culture right now? Well, first of all, for them, a rape culture is a society that is supportive and encouraging of male predation and they would say that it just it's just ubiquitous in in films in songs and and they will point to a song like remember blurred lines and who you want to get. And so they take that. I know you want. I know you. You want and that that's rape culture. That's a man in intimating that you know no matter what she says, he it, but then you know, other people would point out that there were a lot of songs, even songs. I think even beyond say had a song that said that. And so it's never quite it doesn't, you know, I try to find this culture because to me, it looks like we're a culture properly so that his despises rapists there. I mean they are. They're they're with murderers and child molesters rapists the low lowest cycle of health. There's in. That's why it's very important to have due process because it's such a serious allegation because we have little tolerance. So I don't. And then look at American society and you look at the data and you see that all violent crime has gone down. No one knows quite why, but lots of theories but rape, sexual assault. It's down except on the campus when they do these. Studies that are flawed. So they, they have this, it's called advocacy research. You can prove anything if you rig the study and how do you get one in four? I'll tell you how you go to a college campus and you you administer maybe over online. You have a survey with some vaguely worded questions, and you ask them to a non-representative group of people, and then you know you can project into the whole school or the whole town or the whole world rape Pepe Temic. Now fortunately, we have very good statisticians in the Justice department, the bureau of Justice, statistics, they don't have an agenda. They just want to do good research and they do an annual crime survey. And for one time I think it was two thousand and ten they, they actually pulled out the data on campus and they found that they it. Nothing. Like one in four, they found more like I think one in fifty three. Now that is still. Hi, it's still a problem with got a binge drinking culture. We've got. You know, a lot of things going on could be improved and sexual harassment and assault is a problem, but it's not an epidemic. It's not the worst crisis. I mean, who would send a child who would send a girl to Stanford or Berkeley Harvard, if you know and people are lining up to get into who it's a child there, if there was a one in four chance that she was going to be victim of this serious sexual crime. So an people really believe it, but yet it's tot and it's, I think it's almost now a contagion of hysteria and you're getting more and more young women are just so frightened in. And I look at like swath Mawr, the girls are frightened of these swath wore these the these elite schools..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So I obviously agree with the basic idea that in America, pretty much everybody is raising their kids or at least a huge majority of people are raising their kids to basically do what they wanna do. If your kid wants Steve, your daughter wants to be scientists. I don't see a lot of fathers standing in the doorway like John Lithgow in footloose saying, you're not allowed to study hemisphere. Taxable feminists on that. They have these phony ads. I think they ran them in the Super Bowl one year when it went kind of feminist and you know they'd have a dad saying, oh, put that away. No, you know, give her a doll and she wanted to play with her microscope and if that happens very often. But anyway, that was one reason. One is that I think that they wanted to liberate people that were forced into the rule, and then they didn't realize that that might not be liberating for everybody. You want to liberate the people that don't like it. Not not the not human nature. As we experience it. There was a second reason is that historically, there have been a lot of disparaging and false things said about women that held women back. So women, you know, my field and philosophy is among the worst fueled re nature continent. It's endless, just all sorts of. Generalizations about the females, the fair sex and how you know we couldn't didn't have the stamina for a quarter of law on all sorts of things. So I think feminism just a lot of women just developed. A tremendous intolerance for for generalizations. But again that what they should have done is allowed that people define themselves and that you will find the and there is a tendency for women, you know, to behave in certain ways and may have certain preferences. People made a lot of money, you know, making television shows and magazines for that market. If you look at you don't, they don't say in most stores now men's magazines women, but you kind of know if you go and the women's, we typically the OB children or you know, faces an man. There's a lot of stuff. You know, they'll be race car cars and at it just to stay. No. Again, that said, what we see in the vervet monkeys and the rhesus monkeys little the little the male will go for the gadget in the female for the doll. Now it's not a hundred percent. There are little girls that are going to go for the gadget, probably even with the monkeys, but there's also the. Norm, and I think it's a thing is yes, it is intolerant to force a kid who defies stereotype his her sex force them to conform, but it's also intolerant to to take a gender conforming kit and forced them to do what they don't want wanna do to forcibly to play with the doll. If he doesn't want to one of the things that's been really fascinating to watch how the transgender movement has turned all of this on its head because the transgender movement has basically now suggested that men and women being as feminist claimed exactly the same man can actually be a woman so long as he claims that he's a woman..

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"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"christina hoff" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So interesting, and you're doing it as a feminist. And he said, I'd like you to write about that. And that later became my book who stole feminism. So in the book who still feminism. I pointed out that there are these two traditions and that one of them is everyone should be every contemporary American should be an equity feminist and we have pretty good data which shows they are. Most people believe in equal pay for equal work, and they want their daughters and sons to have the same opportunities. So equity feminism, I believe that we owe most women's progress to that. Classical liberal tradition came originally from the European enlightenment. Gender feminism does not come out of the European as such. It's more of a Marxist tradition, conflict theory class struggle. But in this case, gender struggle or now intersectional struck. So I, I just can't view American women as subordinate. I think it's a complicated mix of for men and women of benefits and burdens. I don't think women are oppressed as women more. What do you think gender feminism has gained so much credence and credibility American women are living the best lives. The women who've lived. In the history of the world by a pretty large margin. Why is it that that this sort of toxic feminism to to use as a good Tiga term? Why? Why is it that that has has gained so much ground in the public discourse? Well, as I said, it gained a foothold in the academy and particularly women's studies. So it's sort of a one party system. And if you are a dissident feminist and you could be a feminist, she could be a scholar. You can be a Laura kipness or a Katy ROY fee, Christina numbers, Camille paalea my call, but all of us were have been critical of aspects of radical feminism. Then you become persona non grata. You become part of the problem part of the systemic oppression of women you. You've become an agent of the patriarchy, and they just call you names so you don't get hired your your materials aren't taught. So student cert- we have now, you know, going back twenty years graduates and the more elite. School, the more likely that in their gender studies, you know, they're very adamantly teaching these. These rather extreme theories about women's oppression and they use propaganda foot phony statistics. And so we have lots of young people coming out, becoming bloggers becoming, you know, activists who've never heard the other side. They've read it in their textbooks. They've heard it in there that whole world view was reinforced. Now it's true. They looked at the real world. It doesn't seem to match, but it, you know, it's not majority, majority of students don't become angry feminists but enough do and now they're, they're moving into the into society. What do you think of the idea that this is part and parcel of the hunger for a sense of victimology of it seems to be kind of crossing all political boundaries. A now plies to a lot of people on all sides of the political ally of folks who think that they are victims of foreign trade people, stealing their jobs. You have people who think that they're victims of an overarching, racist American system. And now you have women who, again are living in an extraordinarily PR. Village time by any dimension, any measure and the opportunity rich women in history and then there in, but they've had to come up with some framework in which they are victims. How much of this do you think is actually prosperity eating itself is just a prosperous group of people who've decided that they have to maintain some sense of victimhood in order to give them a sense of purpose in the world. It could be that it's, you know, I don't want to speculate too much about their psychology because I'm just not sure and there, and I even worry about that. Sometimes they were like, why aren't there more dissident scholars like me and it fills me with doubt. I think maybe there's something wrong with maybe maybe I am agent of the patriot, and I'm not saying it as so, then I try to go back and read it and try and think, okay, I've missed something and maybe maybe women really are oppressed and some hidden way that I can't appreciate. Now I've looked pretty carefully as as well as a lot along with a lot of other people at things like the wage gap in the glass ceiling and he just can't help, but see. They're just other reasonable explanations that have nothing to do with discrimination..

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Vox's The Weeds talk about the Intellectual Dark Web

Vox's The Weeds

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Vox's The Weeds talk about the Intellectual Dark Web

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