Writer and media personality Jordan Peterson gets emotional when commenting on Olivia Wilde ’s recent remarks about him.
Peterson interviewed Piers Morgan Uncensored On Wednesday, host Piers Morgan asked what Wilde told an interview magazine that Chris Pine in her movie Don’t Worry Darling The villain is based on Peterson. In an interview published online earlier this month, Wilde called Peterson “the mad man” who was “the pseudo-intellectual hero of the incel community,” referring to those who identify as involuntary celibacy and fight against it on the platform. Men where women express negative attitudes include Reddit.
After Morgan asked if Peterson could be described as the hero of a man who was “despicable in many ways”, the guest replied: “Of course, why not. People have been chasing me for a long time, Because I’ve been talking to disaffected young people – what a horrible thing.” After a long pause, his eyes seemed to fill with tears, Peterson said: “I think marginalized people should have Voice.”
He continued, “It’s hard to understand how demoralized people are, and of course many young people fall into this category. You get these random insults: “These contain thing. “What does that mean? Well, these men, they don’t know how to make themselves attractive to very picky women. Good for them – women, be picky. That’s your gift, man. For your man High standards. Fair enough. But all these estranged men, they’re lonely, they don’t want to do it, everybody’s abusing them.”
Before her with Maggie Ji When Lenhaal sat down in the interview , Wilde said, “The disenfranchised, mainly white males, think they have the right to Having sex with women.” She added that Peterson “was someone who legitimized certain aspects of their movement because he was a former professor, he was a writer, he was wearing a suit, so they felt it was a question that should be taken seriously. The true philosophy of treatment.”
Peterson went on to tell Morgan that Wilde’s comments did not particularly bother him. “In terms of criticism, it’s a bit low-level,” he said. “When Olivia Wilde made these comments, the first thing I did was go to a preview of her movie and I loved it. I thought I might go to that movie, maybe I will. This Didn’t really bother me.”
As for the role that inspired Pine in the controversial movie The character of Frank, which also stars Harry Styles and Florence Pugh, Peterson quipped, “He’s a very good-looking guy, so it doesn’t look like that. question.”