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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'!

In this episode of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with celebrity dating coach Laurel House of E! Network's "Famously Single" to discuss marriage and relationships. Jesse and Laurel butt heads over whether marriage is a "partnership" where both husband and wife lead, or whether the husband is the leader. They also strongly disagree over the ways in which men and women are naturally different from each other. Laurel becomes upset when Jesse explains why it's wrong and harmful to encourage men (including her two-year-old son) to be emotional.

Why are so many marriages ending in divorce? On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews a married pastor couple to better understand how to make marriage work. Chief Apostle Maurice Boykins and Co-Pastor Prophetess Anita Boykins (of Tabernacle of Faith Healing and Deliverance Ministry in California) explain how they navigate their relationship. Jesse asks his pastor guests whether it is scriptural for a woman to pastor, which sparks a heated debate. The debate deepens over the controversial topics of headship in marriage, and sin.

FallenStateTV Host Jesse Lee Peterson has been counseling men and their families on their personal problems for nearly three decades. In this episode, he sits down with millennials Thomas (26, technical artist) and Stan (30, personal trainer) and has a candid chat about men, sex, relationships, dating, and family. What is the one thing you must do in order to be a real man? Tune in to find out!

What would you do if you suddenly couldn't move your arms or legs? After reaching a major high in his breakdancing career, this happened to author and FallenStateTV guest Kevin Foster. How did Kevin endure temporary paralysis, a brain tumor, and radiation for lymphoma without losing his faith? In this interview, he reveals the miraculous answer to Jesse Lee Peterson. Plus: his decision to leave Hollywood after a successful career rubbing shoulders with Clint Eastwood, punk rock band Black Flag, and R&B star Cherrelle.

On this episode of TheFallenState: Rolondo Talbott, a husband, father, and creator of the blog "Redefining Dad" discuses the role of men and women in a marriage, embracing "non-traditional roles," leaning on the wife in moments of weakness, decision making, old school values vs. modern values, and more! Be sure to watch the trailer for NEXT week's episode featured at the end of this show.

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