Should Men Just ‘Accept’ Fat Women | Tom Leykis Responds
Tom talks about the differences between Jenifer Hudson and Beyoncé. Young woman tries to convince Tom that men should just accept fat girls. She tries to shame Tom and men for preferring thin, attractive, healthy women. Please join me, Howard Dare for MGTOW: Should Men Just ‘Accept’ Fat Women | Tom Leykis Responds and other MGTOW related topics.
Not only did they cut out very important parts of Petersons responses and arguments, they also cut together sentences that are literally several minutes apart and did in no way follow the previous sentence , thus making it look like Peterson strung together sentences that in reality were filled with context and careful back and forth exchange. This is super shady. You just don’t cut sentences together without making it clear that there was a cut made. This is no mistake, they were carefully cut together to appear seamlessly and uncut. here is the “complete” short edited version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blTgl…
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In a turn of events that will scare you out of ever sharing a single password with anyone ever again, a former music student at McGill University in Canada was awarded $350,000 by a judge in Ontario after his girlfriend irrevocably stalled his career. What started as one hopelessly romantic woman’s quest to keep her boyfriend at her side ended in a six-figure lawsuit and a lot of heartache.
The whole saga begins with Eric Abramovitz starting a relationship with a fellow McGill music student named Jennifer Lee in September 2013. As reported by the Montreal Gazette, Abramovitz and Lee had a classic college romance – they fell hard and fast, and within a month of dating, Abramovitz was essentially living in Lee’s apartment. They often shared a laptop and knew each other’s go-to passwords.