Terrorisexuality: Finding Answers

WARNING: The audio is a hot mess I KNOW but there is NOTHING I can do about it at this point beyond totally re-make the entire video. To re-do it would take about a week of work. I'm getting as many complaints as comments that it's fine so I don't know what to do.

This is the second half of this series answering or at least attempting to answer the question I posed in my previous video about why Western, liberal, educated women are running off and marrying migrants with little social, economic, or evolutionary value. I draw from various areas of research to attempt to answer this question.

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For further reading, I suggest:
Murray, C. A. (2013). Coming apart: the state of white America, 1960-2010. New York, NY: Crown Forum.

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