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I'd say we've got some incongruities here.
Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:04am
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I think there's at the very least a couple of different perspectives to take heed of here. Your graphic provides evidence of our hyper-sexualized culture.

The first video link is of Mark Steyn on Tucker Carlson's show. Steyn zeroes in on the fact that we live in a hyper-sexualized society. The casual hookups and "friends with benefits" lifestyle that is so prominent today and our loss of a "courtship ritual" that accompanied the more traditional courtship of yesteryear. Steyn starts commenting at about 1:20 in the video.

http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/11/27/mark-steyn-pelosi-defending-john-conyers-thats-what-harvey-weinstein


In this video Lahren essentially goes after the man shamers for wanting to criticize men for being men. Her contention is that emasculating men is not the solution to the problems we are currently experiencing. That young men need real men to teach them and set proper examples. They're not getting it so the problem won't be going away anytime soon. As Steyn indicates above, it's a cultural issue. Our sick culture isn't going to do anything but exacerbate these types of problems.

http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/11/27/tomi-lahrens-final-thoughts-cold-hard-truth-about-man-shaming

As a man, I naturally find those pictures of attractive women to be delicious eye candy for the mind. In reality, it's not all that healthy to be partaking of. Any more than a diet of rich candy is healthy for one's body. I'd have to say that those high-heeled shoes have to be killing their feet. :o)

Brings to mind a song! It's funny how the mind works sometimes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEZH0t5Yozw

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    • I'm Not Sure There's A There There... ~ Amadeus, Tue Nov 28 9:37am
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    • I'd say we've got some incongruities here. ~ TW, Tue Nov 28 8:04am
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