Just a video on some of the stuff I get up to when I have a bit of time to burn. Hopefully it brightens y’all’s day a bit.

Last video! We’ve gotten through the whole book already! Today’s chapter is The Feminine Imperative, and I actually struggled a bit with some of the ideas I found here.
Link to the Psychology Today article “Monogamy Anchored in Our Genes?” https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/how-we-do-it/201804/monogamy-anchored-in-our-genes%3famp

Minds: https://www.minds.com/OakLeavesAndOnions/
YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCAvCKML_JUXi4jfUdFz7LGg

Today we’re going to look at a few of the Iron Rules of Tomassi. Also, I’m starting to plan out what I’m going to be working on when I finish reviewing The Rational Male. I figured it would be cool to have some input from you guys, so here are three different ideas I had. If you like one more than the others, let me know. If you want me to talk about something entire different, let me know.

What I can do next:

1.) Where Did We Go Wrong? A review of “The Feminine Mystique” by Betty Friedan alongside “Betty Friedan and the Making of The Feminine Mystique” by Daniel Horowitz (for historical context)

2.) “The Mystery Method: How to Get Beautiful Women into Bed” by Mystery, Chris Odom

3.) Who The Heck is June Cleaver? (A Character Study)

4.) None of the above, I’d rather you reviewed...


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We’ve finally reached hypergamy! I’ve been looking forward to this chapter for weeks! I’m excited, folks!

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The seventh chapter of Tomassi’s book deals with all the social conventions that push men to put women’s best interests before their own.

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I’ll be honest— I got so hung up on two quotes from this chapter and talked about them long enough that I really didn’t address the theme of today’s chapter. I’m inclined to think that even if I had focused on communication itself, I don’t know what I could have added that would be worth listening to.

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Let’s take a look at the sexual marketplace and women’s use of sex to influence men.

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We’re starting off this chapter by going off topic a bit and discussing bell curves and chicken. And yes, bell curves and chicken do tie back in to Tomassi’s book.

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We’re starting off this chapter by going off topic a bit and discussing bell curves and chicken. And yes, bell curves and chicken do tie back in to Tomassi’s book.
Visit me on Minds! https://www.minds.com/OakLeavesAndOnions/

Part Three of our review of “The Rational Male” by Rollo Tomassi. In which Tomassi’s dating advice directly contradicts everything I (and many a frustrated young man) was ever taught about dating.

Part Two of our review of “The Rational Male” by Rollo Tomassi. Today we’re looking at the idea of “spinning plates” or dating multiple women.

As it says in the title. I’d like to review the book one section at a time and discuss the ideas I find there. I’d love any feedback you guys can give me on this one.

People complain about women’s hypergamous tendency without really looking at the benefit it presents, but perhaps hypergamy isn’t all bad.

One of the big down sides of the job, the stigma of being an exotic dancer is something you pick up when you start working and carry with you for the rest of your life. For myself at least, I think it was a price worth paying.

Please excuse my voice. This cold will never end. Anyway, this is a story about my life before I became an exotic dancer and the crazy things I tried to do to get out of that life.

Ah daddy issues! Supposedly all strippers have them. Supposedly I unknowingly became a stripper to get revenge on my parents for never buying me a pony. Is that why I became a stripper? Well, obviously I don’t think so, but of course, many people who don’t know me very well do.

Today is the one year anniversary of my abortion. So let's take a walk down memory lane, and I'll try to describe to you, as best I can, what it felt like.

Relevent links, for those who might be interested:



Talking about the many men who disliked my lap dances so much they asked for refunds— and what it was my dances lacked that they found so dissatisfying. (Spoilers! It’s friction. I didn’t give them enough friction.)

It’s just been on my mind a lot. I tried making a video about fun, happy things and after several false starts plus 2 full videos that just weren’t any good, I’m giving up for tonight. This is what an ectopic pregnancy is like. Just so that you know, so that when you hear ideas like “reimplanting” an ectopic pregnancy being tossed around when people are discussing abortion, this is what they’re talking about.

I just found out about this one today. So I had to drop everything and make a video. If you're interested in an older video I made discussing whether an ectopic pregnancy could be reimplanted, click here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/dxQFmEHnKPwF/

EDIT: Having a few technical difficulties with that first link (BitChute version) if you can’t see the video here’s a link to the original: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wmoNDJnXVcQ&lc=z23ntbeisu3ztbbjq04t1aokgvrbczs2t3hxbktzotgzrk0h00410

Sometimes a little brush with death can really bring to light what’s most important in life. I’m so very glad that when that happened, the most important things were right there in front of me.

What happens if you wake up after a night of drunken partying with a stripper asleep in your bed? Well, I can tell you the stripper's perspective. :)

We all know the cliche of the guy who gets a lap dance and says “hey, I think that girl really like me.” Odds are he doesn’t even know who that girl is.

Adventures in getting tipped. What happens when you put quarters on the stage (please don’t do that) or $100 bills onstage (don’t expect to get them back). And of course, never be too shy to give a little money. :)


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Good at getting through traumatic situations.
Bad at housecleaning.

I like to tell stories about my adventures, many of which involve my years as a traveling exotic dancer.