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This video was not an easy one to do. The topic is just too huge. I ended up doing a few takes in which I rambled and rambled into all sort of territory for ages. I then decided to cut the topic down even further and start again, which is this take, and even this one goes on for TEN MINUTES (I'm terribly sorry) and, despite this length, I still never get around to saying the main thing that I had to say. That will come in another video, and there will perhaps be a third. Megan, if you win any more competitions of this sort, please pick smaller topics. I also ended up speaking in such sweeping statements that I fear that it will arouse the ire of those less forgiving of man trying to get to grips with a big topic and not go into too much time-consuming detail. When a man talks about the topic of women, he may attract a large and possibly unfair amount of flak. I did not choose the topic. Then again, I see no reason why a man should not be allowed to talk about women, nor why, when trying to encompass a huge topic in short time, he should not be permitted to paint with a very broad brush, and leave aside a myriad ifs and buts.
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