Identifying with anyone who is not like yourself will always be challenging in some way. In the end this video isn't rubbed in your face, people choose to watch and can equally choose to disregard or ignore them
Overall having watched a number of his videos, I quite like what he had to say and his approach. I did however, feel less enamored about his take on slut shaming.
Let's be really clear about this, slut-shaming is a made up term which is used to try to demonise anyone who dares to point out the obvious truth, which is that Gay Men are far more promiscuous than non-gay identifying men.
The term Slut-Shaming to describe people having a view of what is an acceptable focus on sex in their lives. The reality of what he described is completely applicable to those persons campaigning to replace the concept of having personal morals and high self esteem, instead replace it with a lets go with the lowest common denominator.
The term has deliberately been chosen to envoke an emotional response, reverse shaming. By judging people who tip the balance in favour of an un-healthy over sexually focused lifestyle, we in essence protect ourselves from STI's, degrading our mental health and we can more easily seek partners who have similar ways of thinking to us and therefore deeper connections.
I like that he touched on the counter argument but disappointed he has been drawn into the intellectually bereft idea that 'Gay Men should counter shame the moralistic majority'.