Author Jordan Peterson Tearfully Reacts to Olivia Wilde Basing Don't Worry Darling Villain on Him

Jordan Peterson opens up about Olivia Wilde's recent statements about him.
The author was in tears over the actress' comments, who said Chris Pines' villain character in her film Don't Worry Darling was based on Peterson during a September 1 shoot with Interview Magazine. "People have been after me for a long time for speaking to disaffected young men — what a horrible thing, that is," Peterson said during a Sept. 28 appearance on Piers Morgan Uncensored. "I thought the marginalized should have a voice."
Wilde went on to call Peterson — who has made headlines over the years for his controversial views and most notably his public announcement that he would not comply with a Canadian law he saw as a threat to freedom of expression — “that mad man.” call it a "pseudo-intellectual hero of the incel community," a term he can't stand behind.
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He shared, "It's very hard to understand how demoralized people are, and certainly a lot of young men fall into that category." "And you get these casual insults: 'These incels.'"
He explains his interpretation of the term: "Well, these men don't know how to make themselves attractive to women who are very picky."
The Whole Don't Worry Darling Drama EXPLAINED!
During her interview, the Booksmart director explained that Peterson "is someone who legitimizes certain aspects of their movement because he's a former professor, he's an author, he wears a suit, so they feel like that's a real philosophy." is that should be taken seriously. "
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Peterson expressed that he stood by the choices made by these men and wished others would not attack their lifestyle.
“And good for them – women, be selective. That's your gift, man,” he continued. “Demand high standards from your men. Fair enough. But all these men who are estranged, they're lonely, and they don't want to do it, and everyone berates them."
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However, Peterson isn't too concerned about the director's comments, telling Morgan, "As far as criticism goes, that was kind of low."
"The first thing I did when Olivia Wilde made these comments was to watch the preview of her film, which I really enjoyed," he said. "I thought I'd probably watch this movie, and maybe I will. It didn't really bother me."
Alongside Pine, the 1950s psychological thriller starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles is in theaters now.
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Olivia Wilde
American actress, film director and producer
Jordan Peterson
Canadian clinical psychologist (born 1962)

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