TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): It's funny, the whole thing baffles me. Why people take life advice from role models who've clearly failed to have happy lives, I know happy liberals, I don't know a single, happy, contented ideological feminist. There are a lot of happy people I disagree with-- but people who really bought sort of Betty Friedan as real, one hundred percent miserable. So why would anyone ape their behavior?
SCOTT YENOR: Yeah, it's a it's a crazy fact. I mean, the four biggest feminists that I treat in my book, all of them ended up being childless, two of them ended up dying crazy, starving themselves to death. One of them was a kind of a handler for Jean-Paul Sartre. Simone de Beauvoir was her name. And yeah, I mean, it's hard to-- it's hard to see unhappier people in some ways than some of these early radical feminists.
CARLSON: Would you take financial advice from a bankrupt person? Would you hire a homeless guy to be your realtor? I mean, why would we ever listen to people like that? Like 'I've had my life is a disaster. I have no close personal relationships. I'm on the brink of suicide. Here's what you should do.' Like who would listen to that?
YENOR: Yeah. America, listened to them.