Hey Roaming! First of all, I love your videos and I think it's awesome that you have your own site now! But I've had something on my mind for a while that I just haven't been able to brush off. And this is more of a comment than a question, but I'm posting it anyways. A few weeks ago I watched your video about how you think feminism is destroying traditional family values, but the video kinda rubbed me the wrong way. (I'm not a crazy sjw or anything like that, but I tend to lean left, just for tranparency.) To me it seemed like you were putting a lot of judgement on people that are choosing non-traditional relationships and families. I completely respect your choice to want to get married and have biological children, but you made it seem like that was the only "right" way to do things. I understand that a majority of marriages happen between straight couples, but I don't think it's right to completely exclude non-straight couples from the dicussion. With most non-straight couples and sometimes even with straight couples, adoption is the better/only option. In your video I felt like you put a lot of emphasis on biological children, even though that's obviously not the only option. In fact, I think more people should consider adoption because America's foster care system is a disaster. And I heard all your points on why marriage is better than just being together, but it still wasn't enough to convince me. Personally, I don't believe marriage is a relevant concept in our modern society, but I can agree to disagree with you. Overall, I just felt like the video was trying to make me believe that a traditional marriage with a traditional family was right. And I think that the choice is entirely up to the individual, and that we should respect the choices that other people make; not try to convince them to change their minds on this subject. It's very possible that I misinterpreted your tone or message, but I can't quite tell. Anyways, I'd like to hear your response if you get a chance.