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Steven Crowder: Male privilege is a myth

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The man, the meme, the legend, Steven Crowder went to TCU to have Real Conversations. This one challenged the concept of male privilege. This isn’t the most productive topic to talk about, evidently, but nonetheless Crowder shows an interesting conversation. As soon as his subject uttered the words “yoga” it became clear that he was talking to a beta male. The guy brought up a story about how his friend was “raped”. Crowder, without disproving the rape claim still demonstrated that rape culture on college campuses is mythical. The conversation wasn’t focused as much on inequality as one might have hoped for, but physical privilege and rape culture were well discussed.

What I find disappointing is that a university with Christian in the name, Texas Christian University, participates in gender studies, but to correct what the guy said, TCU is a large school. But I digress. Overall, I thought Steven Crowder did well despite having less interesting discussions and in this instance with a hostile guest. Multiple instances, he actively tried to find common ground. As for his guest, I don’t think he did a good job at presenting a strong argument. The Socratic method exposed it before he could articulate a valid point. I can’t blame Crowder for becoming rather dismissive towards him by the end.

This video went by quickly for me. While it wasn’t the most enlightening conversation, it was entertaining. Worth a watch.

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