In an emotional response, Jordan Peterson discusses Olivia Wilde’s decision to base a villain in her film
Jordan Peterson reportedly started crying after Olivia Wilde’s remarks were featured in an interview with Interview magazine promoting her movie Don’t Worry Darling.
During an interview, 38-year-old Wilde said the villain portrayed by Chris Pine was inspired by the controversial 60-year-old conservative author, calling him a “pseudo-intellectual hero of the incel movement.” This crazy man who is.”
Asked on Piers Morgan Uncensored this week if he was a hero to these individuals, he said, “Of course not.”
“People have been following me for so long since I spoke to disgruntled young men,” he said with tears in his eyes. . A video of this exchange was uploaded to YouTube.
The conservative writer went on to say, “I thought the weak should have a say.”
Admittedly, many young men fall into this category, but Peterson says it’s hard to understand how discouraged they are. I’m here. But what exactly does that mean? Women are selective and these men don’t know how to make themselves attractive.
And ladies, I say picky is a picky eater. Man, you have a gift in it. Use strict discipline to get the most out of your men. Either way, I can see your point. However, the estranged man is lonely and unwilling to do anything and is taunted by those around him.
In an interview earlier this month, Wilde defined incels as “mostly white men who are inherently disenfranchised and believe they have the right to have sex with women.”
She thinks society has taken everything away from them, that feminism is against nature, and that we need to be put back in place.
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