Jed begins by telling the truth about “strong, independent women” and the deceitful messaging they receive from the media. She discusses why the talking point “Only men are liars” is nonsense, then reacts to Cosmopolitan magazine claiming that it’s bad if your man gets turned on when he makes you orgasm. Jed then reacts to teachers saying that Andrew Tate’s message is harmful to kids and takes on a psychologist and former sex worker who says that Tate is a con man. Jed then discusses why paying at the grocery store with the palm of your hand is a really bad idea.

0:00 – Start
4:10 – The truth about “strong, independent women”
10:01 – “Only men are liars” is a garbage talking point
17:05 – Cosmopolitan magazine thinks it’s bad if your man gets turned on when he makes you orgasm
25:49 – Reaction to teachers saying that Andrew Tate’s “toxic” views are harming kids
34:37 – Reaction to a psychologist and former sex worker saying that Andrew Tate cons men and exploits women
53:52 – Paying at the grocery store with your palm – What could go wrong?

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About the show:

Welcome to a free-speech zone where dating, politics, and hot debate come to life. Join former television host Jedediah Bila as she unravels what’s broken in the dating game, tackles the dangers of modern feminism, and exposes The System’s multifaceted, hazardous agenda. Known for her fearless commentary and passion for freedom and free-thinking minds, Jedediah digs into such topics as “toxic” masculinity, the modern feminist agenda, big-government tyranny, how men and women are different, the dangers of pornography, societal neutering of men, and the problem with a culture of promiscuity. She holds women, men, and political elites accountable in her signature no-bullsh*t style. She stands up for liberty, personal responsibility, and traditional values, rallying against The System’s desire for an increasingly weak, puppeteered, entitled culture. And she does it all in a combination of solo and interview-style shows that are sure to get you thinking and fired up to join the conversation.

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