Jed discusses why modern women don’t understand traditional relationships and reacts to a woman’s twisted reasoning for wanting a 50/50 earning split. She takes on a viral “Women don’t need men” TikTok, reacts to self-described toxic women, and responds to a marital structure that is rooted in self-destruction. She closes by discussing how the UK government will require cows to be fed methane suppressants and Bud Light’s selection of Dylan Mulvaney as its spokesperson.

0:00 – Start
1:56 – Tate response to Trump tweet
7:28 – Modern women don’t understand traditional relationships
11:38 – She wants 50/50 because she’s paranoid about her future man
14:48 – “Women don’t need men”
20:50 – She says men are “pedophilic” if they don’t like hairy women
26:20 – She craves a toxic relationship
28:10 – “I’m very toxic”
32:10 – If I’m married, you have to have a separate house”
36:20 – “My physical type is extremely specific”
45:28 – Their parents support their OF
48:50 – UK government will require cows to be fed methane suppressants
52:45 – Dylan Mulvaney is the face of Bud Light

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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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