Jordan Peterson Cries Over Olivia Wilde Calling Him An Incel Hero

Jordan Peterson burst into tears during an interview on “Piers Morgan Uncensored” (via Mediaite) when asked if Olivia Wilde called him “a hero to the incel community.” Wilde was on her “Don’t Worry Darling” press tour when she revealed to Interview Magazine that Chris Pine’s villainous character in the film, Frank, is based on Peterson. Wilde called Peterson “this pseudo-intellectual hero of the incel community.”

“Certainly. Why not?” said Peterson when Piers Morgan asked if Wilde’s assessment of him was true. “You know, people have been chasing me for a long time because I’ve talked to disgruntled young men.”

Peterson then burst into tears, saying, “It’s very hard to understand how demoralized people are, and certainly a lot of young men fall into that category. You get these casual insults, these incels – what do they mean? These men don’t know how to make themselves attractive to women who are very picky and good to them. For example, women are picky. That’s your gift, man. Demand high standards from your men. Reasonable. But all these men who are estranged, it’s like they’re lonely and they don’t know what to do and everyone is piling on them.”

After calling Peterson a “hero to shut up the community,” Wilde described incels as “disenfranchised, mostly white men, who believe they have a right to women’s sex. And they believe that society has now robbed them – that the idea of ​​feminism goes against nature, and we need to be put back in the right place.”

“This guy Jordan 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 this is a real philosophy that needs to be taken seriously, Wilde added.

Peterson told Morgan he wasn’t too offended by Wilde’s comment (it was a “low” insult, he said). Instead, the diss convinced Peterson to watch the “Don’t Worry Darling” trailer.

“I thought, ‘I was going to see that movie.’ and maybe I will,” said Peterson. “It didn’t really bother me… [Chris Pine] is a very good looking man… i hope he gets my choice in fashion style right.’

When asked why he got emotional when discussing Wilde’s comment, Peterson again fought back tears, saying: “It’s really something to see – constantly how many people die for lack of a word of encouragement and how easy it is to do that.” offer if you’re careful.”

“Don’t Worry Darling” is now playing in theaters across the country. Watch Peterson and Morgan’s full discussion below.

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