The Voice from the Mountain Top
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Add it all up, and this isn't your father's Discovery Channel. This is going to be one of the most controversial episodes I've ever produced. That's because politics are a hot potato nowadays, and this show inextricably links dating, relating and politics without apology. But regardless of how you vote, if you've EVER found yourself thinking all American women have lost feminine values and don't believe in gender roles anymore, you need to listen to this podcast. Similarly, if you appreciate guests who can passionately explain what they believe and why in detail, you're in for a treat.
Enter my co-host Christy Edwards-Lawton, former high-end matchmaker and founder of conservative dating app Righter. While working on the Trump campaign, Christy met a beautiful model in Manhattan who couldn't find true love because she was conservative. Noticing how dating sites and apps such as OKCupid and Bumble were actively discouraging politically conservative users, she saw a clear opportunity to connect millions of right-leaning men and women everywhere.
In this episode, Christy and I wonder aloud what ever happened to dating and courtship. Is it obsolete, or do people really want to stop 'hanging out' and develop real connection again? You'll likely stand up and cheer when you hear Christy's take on what women should wear on dates. Are conservative women hotter?
And how does a man attract them? Christy also reveals her surprising thoughts regarding electing a female president. Plus, my ideas on Debra Messing's vagina cupcakes and why OKCupid is so politically biased and Match less so, even though they are owned by the same company.
Get in on the newsletter, download cool free stuff and talk to me for up to 25 minutes FREE. Not all of us are Navy seals, lion tamers or MMA fighters. But nevertheless, my co-host Anthony Simeone believes all of us are heroes, even if we don't realize it yet. In this episode we'll reveal why real, actual heroism isn't necessarily 'larger than life', and it's really a lot simpler than you think.
So how about it, what is the biggest nemesis that's keeping most of us from feeling and acting like heroes nowadays? Does what Anthony calls 'modern mythmaking' have anything to do with it? What is it about superhero movies and anti-hero characters that is so compelling to us as men?
As crazy as it sounds, are you actually more of a hero if you embrace your 'dark side'? And if so, does that mean there's really a fine line between 'heroes' and 'villains'? Is the opposite of a hero really not a villain at all, but someone else? Let's just say it's complicated.
All of this discussion is guaranteed to blow your mind, and that's even before we draw the comparison between heroism and adventure. And wait until you discover why heroism might actually be the epitome of self-help. Of course, we also cover the disarmingly simple art of being a woman's hero--and how to make it a habit.
When you talk about someone being "distinguished", it's means they're set apart from the rest. Harry Mitsidis most certainly fits that definition, as he's widely regarded to be the world's most travelled man. One of my favorite things about Harry is that despite his insane amount of adventurous experiences and being the main man over at travel enthusiast site Nomad Mania, he's remarkably down-to-earth and engaging. He's also a master sociologist, which together with his globetrotting ways makes him the perfect co-host for this discussion of how masculinity and femininity are the same worldwide and how they differ.
You'll hear all about Hofstede's theory of comparative culture and what this fascinating research says about the gender profile of entire nations and societies. Prepare to be surprised by which countries have been historically feminine compared to those that are masculine. Next, listen in as we reveal two surprisingly accurate indicators of cultural femininity and masculinity, respectively.
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First, she threw down on the most downloaded episode in the history of this show. Now, she's back to hit the topic du jour with a big, heavy hammer. She's none other that the very sweet, smart and lovely Dr. Jennifer Rhodes No 'shrinking violets' with low self-esteem need apply. We hit the ground running as Jennifer shocks the world with her belief that there's no such thing as men being 'intimidated' by men Are strong, confident women necessarily masculine?
Jennifer reveals a startling and original take on how women have been influenced over the last century or so, making it more difficult for men and women to relate and attract each other. Could it be that our entire culture is operating at a deficit when it comes to personal power and confidence? And has so-called 'mainstream dating advice' done more harm than good in this area? Find out what Jennifer sees as the 'male superpower for relating to women from now on.