The Harsh Social Impact of the Shallon Lester Drama


What is this whole drama really about? Gender? Psychological Abuse?

00:00 – What Shallon Lester did & her defenders
02:09 – Man vs Women? Gender War & Group Think
05:00 – How both Genders can Abuse.
06:00 – PUAs, Incels & Manosphere vs Shallon & “Female” Content
07:00 – Cancel Culture & Double Standards

09:10 – I’m not only defending Men
11:00 – Deflecting the argument. (Lemons vs Oranges)
13:15- The Divide between Male & Female
17:00 – “Stay in your lane” + Racism
19:26 – My Direct Experience with Manipulation

21:27 – Celebrity Gossip isn’t the Problem
23:00 – If a young girl takes Shallon’s Advice
26:47 – Imagine if your Son or Daughter met Shallon.
29:00 – Why her past action’s still matter
30:48 – My Experience with Bullies & Abuse.

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  1. unsubscribing from shallop and subscribing to Pierre after having the wool pulled from my eyes and realising what a toxic mess she is and that i need Pierre in my life as a positive non manipulative or abusive influence.

  2. Your have made me think about things very differently and change perspectives and so grateful for that keep being a "dreamer" you're not the only one ♥️

  3. Hell I’ve been abused by a woman not physically but mentally I felt drained I lost my will to live I considered suicide I was so depressed so fuck you if you think men can’t be abused. It is possible because in a relationship men are making they self vulnerable and girls cause be peace’s of shit. A lot are not all but a good amount are.

  4. The main thing to be pointed out here is that , the topic, is abusive behaviour and how someone is normalising or promoting it. You're not saying that a single person or a gender is bad or abusive. You're calling out the issue and saying that's bad. People tend to miss out that completely.

  5. Unfortunately the current outrage surrounding this woman will run its course and it’ll be someone else everyone’s discussing next month… In the meantime she’s more infamous than ever and people like me who had zero clue who she was 2 days ago are now up to our eyeballs in everything Shallon. In a genuinely sick way she’s winning 🤷🏼‍♀️

  6. I would look into the whole relationship coach channels in general. I subbed to loads when I went through my last breakup. Some toxic channels about. Best thing to do is talk through your thoughts and situations with a professional. Works wonders

  7. I want to like this video, it’s an interesting topic and you have great insight. But I had to dislike and click off after a few minutes because it seems so uninformed. “Incel” is NOT a slur. Incels are misogynists that dehumanize women. “Slur” requires systemic mistreatment and unless you think incels are misunderstood and mistreated (which they are not, they say disgusting things) it can’t be a slur. They call themselves incels because they think they have a right to sex, there is a reason they call themselves that. And I think it’s really irresponsible to say most people cancelled from Me Too are men falsely accused. Men abuse women more than women abuse men, that’s why men were called out. I think we see abusive female teachers more than celebrities and they are called out. But you have no idea what happened in each instance to say that people were falsely accused. It makes no sense for people to commit social suicide by falsely accusing a rich and powerful man. Please provide more evidence for what you’re talking about. And please don’t assume Me Too is an attack against men or that it is slanted against men, that is a gross mischaracterization.

  8. My boyfriend unfortunately had an abusive ex that ended up committing r*pe while he was on medication for severe pain, but everyone told him it wasn’t worth it to go against her or file a report because people believe women can’t r*pe or be abusive, they fucking can. Women, men, non-binary, anyone can be an asshole.

  9. Man,you opened my eyes. Yes. I was bullied, but here is danger to become the same person as they are.

  10. THIS. NEEDS. TO. BLOW. UP.! You shared a lot of points other people are skimming over. Too many people are focusing on the Selena gossip, and not enough are looking at her manipulation and predatory actions. Very good video my dude!

  11. We are in a narcissistic abusive relationship with our governments:

    A) At first you don’t know it’s abuse; it just leaves an uneasy, sickly feeling in your gut but you have no idea why.

    B) The abuser isolates you, keeps you separated from family, friends and support, making you reliant on only them.

    C) It gradually becomes obvious that it’s abuse, and you start researching and finding others going through exactly the same thing and find the abuse has a name.

    D) We discover the abusers all share the same tactics, and say the same sentences to gaslight us and keep all of our attention on them and only them.

    E) We then become obsessed with researching it, to prove it is actually abuse and we’re not just being ‘too sensitive’ like we’re told.

    F) We remain in the research process for months or years, learning, gaining valuable knowledge about our past and how it is creating more of the same indefinitely.

    G) We become trapped in the research phase because we are too afraid to grow some balls and face the unknown and remove ourselves from the situation entirely, go no contact and stand on our own two feet. In some cases for the first time ever.

    H) We become frustrated and angry with the abuser. ‘If we only give them more love and do more for them; they will surely stop abusing us and we won’t have to take responsibility and leave.’ We develop Stockholm Syndrome.

    I) We make a temporary stand and leave, we speak out, we warn others, but no one else believes you, the abuser says ‘it was just a joke, you’re too sensitive!’

    We are called crazy for talking about it and often called the abusers ourselves. We try to remain strong and stand our ground but are surrounded by flying monkeys, trying to convince us to forgive the abuser and give them another chance. We are told we are being unreasonable.

    J) We go back to the abuser. The cycle continues…

    K) We eventually, (usually when we’ve reached rock bottom and have nothing left to give) months or years down the line, go no contact. We block their number. We remove their stranglehold. We cut contact with the abuser’s helpers who work on their behalf….

    L) L for Love. We learn to love ourselves again and live our lives in peace and freedom. But continue to work on ourselves so that we can recognise and reject the insidious behaviour when it tries to cross our path again.

    We have some of the population at section A (and aid the abusers by gaslighting on their behalf) and many of the rest are stuck in section G; at best.

    We no longer have time to be stuck in section G.

  12. I don’t know who tf Shallon is but abused is abused no matter the gender. As a woman, I honestly hate how people especially women dont act like women cant be abusive. They think that only men can be abusive.And if they do know, they applaud. But if it was a guy its negative bs. Abuse is bs full bs for anyone to do or go through. Why cant people realize its a negative behavior for anyone?

  13. I am so happy you included the hypothetical near the end about what young girls might do with her advice- anyone, of any gender, has the potential to be an abuser. We should be teaching everyone, of every gender, how to identify these traits and behaviors- not how to weaponize them.

  14. humans are already pathetic to begin with throughout the course of history, they just evolve and keep getting in touch with the 'now'. we're all mere soldiers trudging past the obstacles, with only our head and heart as our weapons. Thank you Pierre, for being one of those shedding light when things go in a haze. your videos made me think a lot and I am really grateful that I came across them.


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