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Recording from Tokyo, I have on guests and we talk about various topics such as social issues, politics, entertainment, and what's happening in the world. It's not what people believe, but why they believe it that I find most interesting.
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Sep 24, 2017

The Red Pill documentary by Cassie Jaye is one of the more controversial documentary films to be recently released. It's caused such an uproar that Netflix has refused to carry it.
From theredpillmovie.com the official synopsis reads: "When a feminist filmmaker sets out to document the mysterious and polarizing world of the Men’s Rights Movement, she begins to question her own beliefs. The Red Pill chronicles Cassie Jaye’s journey exploring an alternate perspective on gender equality, power and privilege."
At Holly's request, Ryan watched the documentary so they could discuss the contents of the film. In this episode they cover The Red Pill documentary, the decision Holly made in whether or not to circumcise her infant, as well as the strange reasons people will give for defending barbaric practices such as the genital mutilation of girls and boys, amongst other topics. 

7 Comments
  • almost three months ago
    Wireless Baguette
    Just to clarify, it was Paul Elam, not Warren Farrell that wrote that article.
  • almost three months ago
    Albert
    I bought a copy on DVD from eBay. Netflix sucks, they are a bunch of cowards.!
  • almost three months ago
    Justin
    Really enjoyed this conversation. I saw the move but have not heard any conversation about it. I didn't know much about circumcision either. It was very enlightening.
  • almost three months ago
    Kenneth W. Slayor
    It would be interesting if there is a correlation between the unaddressed abuse of men and the number of homeless men, living in the streets, suffering from brain damage. How many times can a man be hit in the head with a skillet before he wonders the world aimlessly?
  • almost three months ago
    chris
    appreciate the even-sided analysis.
  • almost three months ago
    Steven Crooks
    I appreciate your in depth review. You can't even imagine,,, maybe you can now, the nightmare and Insanity that men face. It's like the system knows men are trouble shooters and fixers, and they use that against use to drive us mad. So many suicides and demoralized men are the result of this systemic approach to taking children's lives y from them just to rely on the state. It's evil and I see no benefit in this approach. Shared parenting, an opposite approach is an option, but never gets attention. Please do a program on that. Thank you so much, you are angels sent from heaven.
  • almost three months ago
    Steven Crooks
    What a great review, good bless you two. You actually get it. Paul Elam is the Creator of Voice for Men, he is very good and uses sarcasm, Warren Farrell is the very soft speaking man. I appreciate your in depth review and your research. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Men in the mra movement never wanted to be here. We are forced and indoctrinated into this Insanity.