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TIRED OF THE LIES AND THE SPIN perpetuated in the culture about men, women, sex and love? Had it up to here with the anti-men and anti-marriage world in which we live? If so, get ready to hear hard-hitting truths that will make you cry out “Yes! Finally someone tells it like it is!”

In her signature no-nonsense style, author and former Fox News contributor Suzanne Venker challenges the culture's hugely flawed notion that men are women are "equal," as in THE SAME. They are not, and to believe otherwise is toxic.

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TIRED OF THE LIES AND THE SPIN perpetuated in the culture about men, women, sex and love? Had it up to here with the anti-men and anti-marriage world in which we live? If so, get ready to hear hard-hitting truths that will make you cry out “Yes! Finally someone tells it like it is!”

In her signature no-nonsense style, author and former Fox News contributor Suzanne Venker challenges the culture's hugely flawed notion that men are women are "equal," as in THE SAME. They are not, and to believe otherwise is toxic.

https://www.suzannevenker.com/

https://www.patreon.com/thesuzannevenkershow

    142. Unapologetically Male: Anthony Dream Johnson ​

    142. Unapologetically Male: Anthony Dream Johnson ​

    When was the last time you heard something positive in the media about men? It could be in the news, or in a commercial, or in a television program, or in a film. Yeah, that’s what I thought. And when was the last time you read a magazine article or a novel in which a man was not at the root of a woman’s problem? I’m guessing I’m hearing crickets right about now.

    Today I’m talking to CEO and entrepreneur Anthony Dream Johnson, aka President of the Manosphere.

    IN THIS EPISODE:

    4:20  Feminism is the religion of modern women

    7:00  What is the mission of “Make Women Great Again”?

    9:00  What IS the Manosphere?

    10:00  MRA’s + MGTOW + Pick up artists + Red Pill

    15:00  Suzanne and Anthony find common ground by talking about the issues from a secular point of view

    23:40  The general public need to start speaking up

    25:40  Feminism has weakened both sexes and has destroyed the relationship between the sexes

    28:50  Most women do not realize they're living according the feminist values

    29:00  Universities, courts, governments, etc. are ruled by feminism

    31:05  What's a good comeback when people say feminism is about “equal rights”?

    36:50  Women are typically around 30 when they’re ready to hear “the truth”

    44:50  What is 21 Studios? What is the 21 Convention? What is 21 University?

    52:50  Who or what is the ideal man?

    1:00:00  What happened with Good Morning Britain and Piers Morgan?

    1:09:10  How did Anthony get the middle name of “DREAM”?

    1:11:55  Infighting among men in the Manosphere: How to weed out the frauds

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Hello Dear Listeners, We are taking a short break for Thanksgiving. We will be back with a new episode this Sunday, November 28th. This upcoming episode is a long-form interview with Anthony Dream Johnson, President of the Manosphere. Make sure you tune in.

    Become a supporter of The Suzanne Venker Show here: https://www.patreon.com/thesuzannevenkershow

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    Ep. 141: The Renaissance of Men: Will Spencer

    Ep. 141: The Renaissance of Men: Will Spencer

    Something is happening in the world of men: a global awakening, a time of rediscovery, a rebirth. Men around the world are drawing on the best of masculinity from all of time to redefine what it means to be a man—on their terms. Stanford grad Will Spencer is on a mission to help men learn what it means to be a man and to grab their masculinity with gusto

    "For thousands of years, men’s mutual improvement happened around a campfire. Tribal chiefs instructed the young men, who tested each other to build prestige and skill." Our society lost this long ago, says Will, and he's on a mission to bring it back.

    IN THIS EPISODE:

    2:05  What is the “Renaissance of Men”? and the history of the Manosphere?

    12:50  Women’s liberation had a lot of cascading effects we don’t realize

    18:30  What does it mean to be a man?

    19:15  Why did Will start The Renaissance of Men?

    20:10  Our beliefs about ourselves shape the course of our lives

    21:40  What is masculinity?

    25:30  Victim ideology hurts no one more than the person who holds that mentality

    26:30  People who remain in a victim mindset remain weak

    27:10  Men are isolated, and male only spaces are few

    29:00  Women have shaming power over men

    30:50  Men will hide who they are to keep peace in the home

    33:00  Women do not realize how much they are emasculating their husbands

    40:40  What should men’s relationship standards be?

    42:00  Will discusses his own previous long-term relationship

    45:35  It's okay to NOT want to marry a career woman

    48:15  You have to marry someone who has the same priorities

    50:00  The culture is blatantly lying to men and women for political purposes

    51:40  Why is physical fitness important for a man?

    56:15  If men want to lead in their relationships they have to lead themselves

    1:00:20  Men need to protect women from other women

    1:06:00  The great reconciliation between men and women happens through Truth

    1:08:45  Will and Suzanne talk about poetry

    1:13:40  Iron John: Why was this book the beginning of The Renaissance of Men?

    • 1 hr 20 min
    140. “I Make 50k, and My Girlfriend Makes 150k. Should I Be Worried?”

    140. “I Make 50k, and My Girlfriend Makes 150k. Should I Be Worried?”

    Suzanne discusses the uncomfortable reality of a giant earnings gap in which the woman is the higher earner by highlighting an article in The New York Times entitled, "How I Fell for an 'I'm the Man Man."

    IN THIS EPISODE:

    2:35  Suzanne reads from an article in the NY Times entitled “How I Fell For an ‘I’m the Man' Man”

    4:35  The relationship dynamics  described in the article are commonplace today

    5:30  A seismic shift has happened in the dating world regarding this sexual dynamic

    6:10  This dynamic makes most women miserable

    8:25  Men have become emasculated

    10:20  Once kids come along, things change

    11:00  Women have the ability to get pregnant and give life, which makes her role in society immeasurable

    12:20  When a man does not provide, he will not be happy

    13:15  By saying women and men are the same, we set them up to fail by ignoring biological reality

    16:40  Move with the biological tide and you will most likely succeed

    • 19 min
    139. How NOT to Find a Quality Man on a Dating App

    139. How NOT to Find a Quality Man on a Dating App

    Did you know online dating is a billion-dollar business? Suzanne talks about how women can use these dating sites to their  advantage by recognizing the deep differences between what women want and what men want when it comes to love and commitment.

    IN THIS EPISODE:

    2:15  Men are twice as active on dating apps as women are

    3:15  Your education/job status are not what makes you attractive to men

    4:00  The criteria men and women use to choose a partner have not changed at all

    6:00  An experiment by John Townsend, Ph.D. shows how women and men choose partners

    8:20  Men are indifferent to women’s status

    9:30  What is a selling point to a man: your looks, your demeanor and your attitude towards marriage and children

    10:45 How do you want to present yourself ?

    12:00  It should serve as a warning to women that when you find a man who endlessly praises you for your career and your job he's most likely just looking to hook up or is wanting you to take care of him financially

    13:15  What women should do w dating apps

    • 15 min
    138: SPECIAL GUEST!: Suzanne Talks Texting, Sexting and Social Media with Her 21-Year-Old Daughter

    138: SPECIAL GUEST!: Suzanne Talks Texting, Sexting and Social Media with Her 21-Year-Old Daughter

    Suzanne and her daughter Emma, 21, talk about social media's effect on relationships and, in particular, on young women.

    IN THIS EPISODE:

    6:20  What is it like to be Suzanne’s daughter?

    9:00  What is “sexting”?

    10:50  Social media and its effects on young women. What does Emma see in her world/age group?

    11:30  Social media is all consuming

    13:00  Smartphones make it hard to focus

    15:35  Social media can cause body image issues

    16:50  Young girls are exposed to thousands of images a day

    21:30  What is the solution to help young girls?

    24:20  Your parents are your model for how you feel about yourself

    25:40  “Catfishing”: Face-altering filters and why they’re problematic

    29:40  What's good and what's bad when it comes to  texting in a relationship

    36:00  You don’t have to develop courage or have hard conversations when you’re texting

    40:40  What is the #1 problem women have today when it comes to dating on college campuses?

    42:40  When girls post on social media in a sexual manner, they're trying to impress men

    48:10  For the average person, it is much easier to have casual relationships in college

    49:30  Social media creates mental health issues

    53:50  Suzanne to Emma: Do you ever wish there was no such thing as social media?

    • 57 min

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