It would seem that the newslady Tomi Lauren is not a big fan of today’s men.
On Monday, political pundit and FOX Nation host Tomi Lahren put out a 14-minute video addressing her and her friends’ issues with men.
The segment, prefaced as a helpful guide for men and titled, “PSA for Boyish Men,” stressed that men over the age of 20 from across the country – from Texas, to Nashville, to Los Angeles – do not know how to treat women and are generally “trash,” though there are exceptions, she said.
I wonder what the treat women issue is about. I am sure that we will find out.
“All of my friends are attractive; all of my friends are successful; all of my friends have something going on; almost every single one of them have an issue with men,” the pundit outlined, adding that “if all of these women, including myself, are having issues, then I have to think, it might not be us, it might be you. It might be men.”
She does seem to be really self-selecting with her friends. And what precisely is have something going on?
“I’ve often talked about the ‘p*ssification’ of America and how men are no longer men,” Lahren continued. “
Perhaps I am reading too much into it; tell me that I am wrong if you think so. But I think that she is unhappy that men don’t lead with respect to women anymore. Of course she is a high powered star, and thinks highly of herself. How is a fella supposed to lead that without the help of a built in Societal Patriarchy? Why would he want to? How is she ever going to marry up?
My ex once told me that I needed to figure out how to both lead and walk beside at the same time. In my blue pill days I couldn’t/didn’t have a way to figure out how to do this. Probably lots of women want the same from men. How can the average fella ever figure out how to do this, to walk that tightrope, if it is even possible? Furthermore, what is the expected payoff for attempting to do so?
Exit Question — What do celebrity women expect in a husband?