On the November 30th episode of theL&R Hour, Steven played several lengthy cuts, of a described feminist who “loves men”. The individual, Liz Plank, author of For The Love of Men, has more credentials than what the listeners know. It’s very close to Steven’s condition, and his curiosity has peaked so much that your’s truly has attempted to contact her for what it explained in this clip. Steven instead plays these horrible men in a new feature called Whack A Male Wednesday, and obviously hates feedback-loops and avoids getting smitten in the intellectual sense.
Confidence is: Standing by a statement that was highly personal, and very strong on opinions and then read it on The Weekly Zoo. I read the comment on the Autism Today YT channel in its originality (it hadn’t been edited!)
The Love & Relationships Hour began on March 5th, as a way to vent about the ongoing situation with Melanie leaving me. Due to Mel’s legal eagles, I was not recommended to talk on the air in case something Melanie felt was offensive. For the first couple of months it was called just the Relationships hour. By June 15th, it was rechristened as the Love & Relationships Hour (running at 10pm ET.)
Since the original airing, I realized the issue was not women per se, but the masculine, aggressive, Type A personalities that I had indirectly been attracted by, but not attracted to. This episode was not to indict women either. The reason why my relationship with Melanie had continued was the lack of a positive female in my life, dating back to the days in grade school, specifically in the middle school age.
As Jimmy Cramer said in August of 2007 “THEY KNOW NOTHING!”. That can be easilly applied to my paternal family, the Ayotte clan and how they knew nothing about me, my autistic condition, the lack of communication (on their end), etc. Originally streamed live on November 9th, 2021