Episode 3

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down for an exclusive interview with Derrick, a 21-year-old man who lives in Los Angeles.  Derrick identifies as an incel, which stands for "involuntary celibate."  Derrick explains that he is a "locationcel"—meaning that the reason he can't find a girlfriend is because of the location where he lives.  Jesse asks Derrick for some details on his upbringing, as well as when he first knew he was an incel.  Derrick explains that many incels are driven to express themselves in online forums, such as 4chan or Reddit.  Derrick also

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down for an exclusive interview with Derrick, a 21-year-old man who lives in Los Angeles.  Derrick identifies as an incel, which stands for "involuntary celibate."  The interview spans many topics, including: How does a person become an incel?  What causes most incels to retreat into online forums?  What are the main types of incels? Are most incels depressed? Do the types of women on the 'dating market' have to do with the increase in incels these days?

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by love and relationship coach DeAnna Lorraine. Jesse and DeAnna discuss today's biggest dating and relationship topics, including the hookup culture, MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way), 'toxic masculinity,' traditionalism vs. modern feminism, and more! Deanna explains how shy men need to have more "B.A.L.L.S." when it comes to navigating the dating scene, like Donald Trump. They also get into: Are men and women equal? Should there be gender roles in a relationship?

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by matchmaker, love and relationship coach DeAnna Lorraine. DeAnna explains how shy men can learn to approach women with boldness and confidence, and why the MGTOW ("Men Going Their Own Way") movement is gaining steam. DeAnna also gets controversial about feminism and political correctness in the dating world, and gives her tips on how to 'Make Love Great Again'!

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Austen Fleccas, creator and host of the YouTube channel Fleccas Talks.  Jesse asks Austen how he came up with the idea for his channel, as well as a bit about his background and upbringing.  The conversation moves into the culture war, including the explosion of political correctness and increasing examples of the "thought police" at work.  Jesse asks Austen what he thinks of the "Great White Hope" (Donald Trump), as well as whether he agrees that Generation Z will be the most conservative generation yet.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Austen Fletcher, creator of the YouTube channel Fleccas Talks.  Austen's interviews with "resisters" and other leftist protesters have gone viral because of Austen's uncanny way of letting his subjects speak for themselves.  During the show, Jesse asks Austen about his upbringing and how he came to start his YouTube channel.  The discussion soon turns to the culture war: is Generation Z (around ages 19 and under) going the way of the ultra-liberal, hyper-triggered Millennial generation?

In this episode of TheFallenState TV, show host Jesse Lee Peterson seeks to get a better understanding of the Hare Krishna Movement. He interviews H.D. Goswami (Howard J. Resnick, Ph.D.), esteemed leader in the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), about everything from sin, the soul, and repentance, to same-sex marriage, abortion, and who Jesus really was. The interview turns heated when H.D. Goswami gets upset over Jesse's questions.

“Safe spaces,” “micro aggression,” “cultural appropriation” and other left-wing ideas are stifling free speech and weakening young people. Nathaniel Tsai is the youngest candidate to ever run for state office in California. He is currently a senior at Claremont McKenna College. When SJWs on campus began protesting about being “marginalized” and not feeling “included” things got out of hand. A dean at the school was forced to resign and speech on campus was being censored. Seeing how this political correctness was hurting free speech and dividing students, Nathanial decided to speak up.

On this episode of "The Fallen State TV" with Jesse Lee Peterson, single women discuss the challenges of finding solid, reliable, and gainfully employed men. They open up about their interesting, funny, and even shocking experiences with men & bizarre dating advice offered to them by family and friends. They also receive solid advice on the 'do's and don'ts' of dating, sex and finding good men.

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