Garrett Glinton & Brandon Waddell | Live Call In

Garrett Glinton (00:00):

Not be named Shirt.

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

That is a dope shirt. Bam. We’re live. What’s up girl?

Garrett Glinton (00:04):

What’s going on?

Sevan Matossian (00:05):

Look at our haircuts.

Garrett Glinton (00:08):

What happened?

Sevan Matossian (00:09):

You said look at our haircuts.

Garrett Glinton (00:11):

Yeah, man. Viking Dyke. Let’s go.

Sevan Matossian (00:14):

My haircut. I mean, I know you know this, but other people probably don’t know this. I cut my hair like this to copy your hair.

Garrett Glinton (00:22):

I remember. I was like, just you

Sevan Matossian (00:24):

Were. I’m like, Hey, I’m going to do your hair.

Garrett Glinton (00:27):

You had too much hair and you’re like, I want to shave it, but I don’t want to shave it. I was like, just get this one,

Sevan Matossian (00:33):

Garrett. It’s getting my hair’s getting long. Is your hair long? Yeah,

Garrett Glinton (00:39):


Sevan Matossian (00:40):

Oh, what are you going to do with it? What do you do with it? Just keep letting it grow long. I mean, I would feel bad cutting it. I think

Garrett Glinton (00:47):

I either braid it or, I mean, I mostly wear it down

Sevan Matossian (00:51):

When you do wear it down. Yeah, like this?

Garrett Glinton (00:53):

Yeah. The curls love the curls.

Sevan Matossian (00:56):

I guess I follow you on. Oh, you know what? I bet you I don’t even follow you with my new account. I’m going to request you right now to follow you on my new

Garrett Glinton (01:05):

Account. Oh, you gave me bravery. My account’s open. Now you

Sevan Matossian (01:09):

Can just go to it. Okay. Okay. Okay. Cool. G Strong. 81. Okay. I guess all this, I guess in your account, is it always up? Yeah. There we go.

Garrett Glinton (01:21):

I don’t comment on a lot of people’s stuff, so I don’t get

Sevan Matossian (01:25):

Yeah, your hair’s up in every single post that you make. Well,

Garrett Glinton (01:28):

The pictures, yeah, but when I go to work or walk around or go to dinner date night, it’s always down,

Sevan Matossian (01:36):

Down. All right. Hey, even with your hair down, someone will confuse you as a boy. Yeah. No shit.

Garrett Glinton (01:42):

Oh yeah, all the time.

Sevan Matossian (01:44):


Garrett Glinton (01:45):

Why? Me and my wife, we don’t get messed with very often. People just think we’re a straight couple.

Sevan Matossian (01:51):

What state are you in again?

Garrett Glinton (01:52):

New York.

Sevan Matossian (01:53):

Oh, they don’t care there. Do they got lesbian

Garrett Glinton (01:57):

Hate there? No. Well, out here on the east end of Long Island, it’s pretty. Nobody bat an eye at you. Really.

Sevan Matossian (02:07):

Hey, how close are you to Jethro’s, Jim? I said it wrong last time. Chief Nation,

Garrett Glinton (02:13):

I think it’s like 45 minutes.

Sevan Matossian (02:17):

God, it’s a fucking small

Garrett Glinton (02:18):

World. They’re closer to the city. I’m more on the fish tail part of Long Island.

Sevan Matossian (02:23):

Hey, thanks for doing this last minute with me.

Garrett Glinton (02:25):

Hey man. Anytime.

Sevan Matossian (02:27):

How’s the podcast going?

Garrett Glinton (02:29):

It’s so fun. I just like practicing. It’s just practice.

Sevan Matossian (02:32):

It’s good. And how often are you doing it?

Garrett Glinton (02:34):

I’m trying to at least be on twice a week, but when I have the time now that it’s wintertime, I have the time. I try to get on three or four times

Sevan Matossian (02:43):

And Are you doing that?

Garrett Glinton (02:44):


Sevan Matossian (02:45):

I’m going to type it. What’s it called? Glinton.

Garrett Glinton (02:48):

Glinton things.

Sevan Matossian (02:51):

And it’s you and your lady, you and your wife?

Garrett Glinton (02:53):

Yeah. My buddy was on with me last night. We were talking crazy. Probably if you talk like that, you probably get demonetized, but we’re not monetized, so it doesn’t matter.

Sevan Matossian (03:09):

I had a video pulled down episode 1 98. That’s 1300 episodes ago. I can’t tell if it’s just a bot going through my old episodes or if it’s someone going through with them. It’s kind of weird because it synchronizes with the day before Pedro had one pulled down where I was a guest on the show, but in the show I said that the vaccine will not stop the spread of infection. It will not stop the spread of infection. And so they pulled it down because of that, and then so then I googled will the Covid vaccine stop infection and the first thing says, no, it won’t. If it does, they called it a scant and then I appealed it and I got my show back.

Garrett Glinton (03:50):

There you go.

Sevan Matossian (03:50):

I can’t even fucking believe it.

Garrett Glinton (03:53):

I feel like they told us that it wasn’t going to stop the spread of infection after we all took it immediately. First off it was, oh, you’re not going to get it if you take it. And then it was, oh, it’ll just reduce the symptoms.

Sevan Matossian (04:10):

Did you take it?

Garrett Glinton (04:11):

Yeah. Yes, I regret it.

Sevan Matossian (04:13):

Are you nervous?

Garrett Glinton (04:15):


Sevan Matossian (04:15):

You are. Seriously, I know you’re very active. CrossFit, boxing basketball when you play you trip.

Garrett Glinton (04:25):

I feel like I have enough fitness in my background that I’m probably going to be okay. But yeah, it freaks me out. I mean, we definitely, when they rolled out the, Hey, this is safe for kids under five or whatever it was, I was like, there’s no way

Sevan Matossian (04:42):

That, so you didn’t give it to your son?

Garrett Glinton (04:44):

No, absolutely not. I did it at the time. Good job, by the way.

Sevan Matossian (04:48):

Good job.

Garrett Glinton (04:49):

Yeah, no, I mean, no, I not even, I don’t even like the flu vaccine. I haven’t taken the flu vaccine. I took it once when it first came out, and I’m not even a fan of that.

Sevan Matossian (05:00):

I took it once too the same year. The only time I’ve ever had the flu was the year I took the flu vaccine. I only had the flu once in my life

Garrett Glinton (05:08):

And they tried to make me take it in the hospital actually when my kid was born, because if you want to take the baby home, get a flu vaccine. And I was like, I do not have to get a flu vaccine to take my kid home, so I’m not, nah. So none of us got it. We all went home. It was fine.

Sevan Matossian (05:29):

For those of you who don’t know, this is Garrett. She was a guest on the show. She’s a listener to the show and she became a friend. She’s someone I text with regularly. The rest of the guest, don’t anyone try that shit. This was just, she asked me, she said, I don’t know exactly how you said it. I’m going to paraphrase, but hey, are we just friends because I’m black and I’m a lesbian? Yes, yes.

Garrett Glinton (05:55):

That’s what they told me.

Sevan Matossian (05:56):

Yeah. That’s the reason.

Garrett Glinton (05:58):

That’s what they told me.

Sevan Matossian (05:59):

I got plenty of just regular white dude friends. I’m down with those. Travis page told me, he’s like, Hey dude, now that my son’s famous, I’m not doing any normal people,

Garrett Glinton (06:09):

Not doing any normal

Sevan Matossian (06:10):

People. I’m not doing any fuck the normal people. You could be grandfathered in. Normal people could be grandfathered in, but I’m not doing any, just like I don’t have time for that anymore. I’m being more selfish with who I let in to my friendships.

Garrett Glinton (06:30):


Sevan Matossian (06:30):

Fair. Yeah. You only have so many hours in the day. Right? You can’t just let in someone. Someone just has the exact same perspective as me and living my life. Fuck it. You’re just normal. Do you have a cohort of people? And no matter what you answer, if they call two or three or four people, you do. Yeah.

Garrett Glinton (06:51):

Yeah. Well, you’ve given me such a good lesson about this is people freak out immediately if you don’t answer their phone call and like, oh, are you mad at me? Oh, you don’t like me anymore. Oh, whatever, whatever. And through being friends with you, I’ve realized that that’s a you problem if that’s what you think. If I don’t happen to answer my phone that day or I don’t respond to you for another two days or something like that, dude, I’m busy. I got things to do. I got a whole life right now. I love you. I’ll answer you when I can.

Sevan Matossian (07:23):

And then there’s other people I’ll show you. I was looking at, Andrew has this new video up and it’s the 26 34 mark. Give me one second. Yeah, Hiller fit. What’d I say? 26, 34. Oh wait, is it here? Yeah, here. Okay. Look at this. This is at the 26, 34 mark and you’re

Andrew Hiller (08:02):


Sevan Matossian (08:04):

And he’s in the middle of making a video. I don’t know. He’s in the middle of making this video, right? He’s just making a video and I call him and he answers, I heard you

Andrew Hiller (08:12):

And you’re calling me. Hey dude, I’m working out. Okay, bye. Alright, bye.

Sevan Matossian (08:20):

And I just say, okay, bye. I’m so excited that he answered.

Garrett Glinton (08:25):


Sevan Matossian (08:27):

That’s enough. I’m good. I know the rules. I’m lucky you answered. I know the 10 other people call, he ain’t answering that shit. So when I call, I’m not taking advantage of him. I’m like, oh, cool. What do you want to talk about something? No motherfucker. He’s breathing heavy. He’s working out. I’ll call you later.

Garrett Glinton (08:44):

I’m like that with Jana too. The super awesome free-thinking lesbian. She is also, she’s got, she’s very conservative

Sevan Matossian (08:57):

Know. I know her. She’s the one who’s on your show.

Garrett Glinton (08:58):

Yeah. She comes on whenever she can, but I’m like that with her too. I call her, she’ll answer and be, Hey, I’m in the middle of talking to the school board right now. And I’m like, oh my bad. I’ll talk to you later. You’re doing Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (09:14):

Totally. No offense. I’m so excited. You answered. Yeah,

Garrett Glinton (09:19):

And she does, and she talks to her representatives and goes to all kinds of marches and things and whatnot, and when she answers my call, I’m like, oh, thank you, and if she can talk, she can talk. And if she can’t, Hey man.

Sevan Matossian (09:34):

Kenneth, did he call you later though? I didn’t give him a chance. I guess I haven’t watched the end of that video yet, but I guess I called him again at the 44 minute mark, so 18 minutes later I called him again. I forget what I wanted to tell him, but I was so excited to share something with him. Hey, this dude, let me see this guy here in the upper left hand corner, this black dude. Is that a guy a regular on your show?

Garrett Glinton (10:00):

That’s the dude that, remember I said, there’s one guy that babysits my kid. That’s him. He’s our best friend.

Sevan Matossian (10:09):

Does he run the back end during the show? I hear you talking to some guy. Yeah.

Garrett Glinton (10:12):

That’s Jeff.

Sevan Matossian (10:13):

What’s he think about the transformation and perspective that you’ve gone through? How long you known him?

Garrett Glinton (10:19):

Long time, probably over 10 years now, but my wife has known him for probably over 20 years at this point. And

Sevan Matossian (10:29):

Since they were kids. Since they were kids, yeah.

Garrett Glinton (10:31):

High school. Wow. Yeah. So yeah, he kind of has gone through the transformation. When I started to get out of the liberal section, he kind of was listening. He was the first one I tried to talk to see if a liberal could understand what I was going through, what I was seeing, what I was thinking. He was the first one, and honestly, he came along with me. If you listen to him last night, he’s against reparations too. He’s like, what is that? So we’re just going to pay ourselves.

Sevan Matossian (11:10):

Hey, is it hard? I was thinking that story came out about Citibank a few months ago where Citibank and Armenia is not lending money to Armenian people or people with the last name of IAN and YAN. They got in trouble for that, and I sat still for a second and I was like, does this hurt my feelings at all anywhere? And I didn’t really feel anything, right? I was like, no, it doesn’t hurt my, I can honestly say it doesn’t hurt my feelings, but does it hurt your feelings or is it hard sometimes because you identify with going with one team, let’s say being black for starters, and then there’ll be a story. You know what I mean? It’ll be like black youth, half as literate as white youth graduating from high school. Let’s say some shit like that, right? 50% of white kids can read and write when they come out of high school, only 25% of black kids can, and you see that? Does that hurt still? Are you like, fuck God damn it. That’s my team.

Garrett Glinton (12:31):

Well, first off, I can’t even say that that was my team because they’ll tell me now, black people tell me now that I can’t identify as black because Well,

Sevan Matossian (12:46):

Does that hurt hearing that

Garrett Glinton (12:49):

It used to. I mean, if you don’t want to say that I’m black or I’m half black or you don’t want to acknowledge the fact that my dad looks like Jeff, then fine. That’s on you.

Sevan Matossian (13:00):

Jeff’s the dude in the show. Yeah. Yeah.

Garrett Glinton (13:02):

He’s just a bigger version of Jeff, and so I mean, that’s fine. I came out super white with blue eyes and blonde hair as a kid, so I don’t even get that because I haven’t gone through anything. I’ve never had a cop pull me over and treat me differently. So I’ve never gone through the black struggle. So I was always like, let me help my black family. My black friends by you guys are all bad because you treat them horribly when they get pulled over, you follow them around the grocery store. You just assume they’re going to steal. And so I went down that road, I guess you can say when I was super, super liberal and super triggered. But no, I am not hurt by people are just people and you got good people and you got bad people, and if you look at me and assume that I’m going to steal something or whatever, then that’s on you.

Sevan Matossian (14:02):

And the truth is, in my opinion, obviously I’m not black, but I could say, I could easily say that about being a boy. I’ve been followed inside of 107 elevens in Safeways and I accepted. The fact is I was a 16-year-old boy,

Garrett Glinton (14:19):

And that’s 16, but you can say that about rednecks too.

Sevan Matossian (14:21):

That’s a 16-year-old boy dude. Yeah. If I saw some dude come into a store with torn jeans barefoot and a fucking flannel and a chew in a fucked up Budweiser hat, you’re like, Hey, I’m watching him through the fucking mirrors too as he walked. Yeah, fuck it. Especially when he is by the Hennessy aisle. Yeah.

Garrett Glinton (14:36):

Yeah. I think it’s equal opportunity. It doesn’t,

Sevan Matossian (14:41):

Yeah, for sure. And hey, but that doesn’t mean that some people don’t do it because some people are black. Just like I wouldn’t have done it. I probably wouldn’t do it if it was a girl just wearing a dress.

Garrett Glinton (14:51):

Right? Yeah. How far are you going to take this if it’s a well-dressed black man in a suit and tie that smells good, that’s got the perfect cologne on or whatever. You’re not going to, are you going to not watch him? Because how far are we going?

Sevan Matossian (15:12):

Oh shit. Is my email not working? What the fuck is going on here? I want to show you this clip I was telling you about this clip. Oh wow. My email is not working. All right, here we go. Give me one second here. My Gmail signed up. You got a road caster?

Garrett Glinton (15:43):


Sevan Matossian (15:45):

And you dig it.

Garrett Glinton (15:46):

I love it. I still think one of your number one episode on the Mount Rushmore of Stevon is the one where you can’t get sound for like 45 minutes.

Sevan Matossian (15:58):

Oh, great. Great. That

Garrett Glinton (16:00):

Was the greatest episode ever. Whatever your chat was just on fire. It was awesome.

Sevan Matossian (16:07):

It’s a good team. Yeah.


Okay. Where is this? Where is this? Oh, here it’s, how about this one? Speaking about being black? So you saw in the congressional hearings, that lady, I don’t dunno if she’s a senator or congressman. Oh, shit. Is this chick Armenian nazarian? Anyway, I think this is her not asking Claudine. I think this is her asking the lady from Penn, the white lady. Oh yeah. And she says, she says, but here, watch. Have you seen this clip where they switch out Jew for black? No. Oh, wait till you see this. They use ai. Wait till you see this. This is fucking nuts. This is so powerful right here. Watch this.

Speaker 4 (17:07):

Ms. McGill at Penn does calling for the genocide of black and brown people violate Penn’s rules or code of conduct? Yes or no? If the speech turns

Sevan Matossian (17:18):

Into crazy, right.

Garrett Glinton (17:20):


Sevan Matossian (17:21):

Crazy. Right? Crazy. I heard that shit and I was like, holy shit. Holy shit. It’s the best use of AI I’ve heard.

Garrett Glinton (17:33):

Yeah, that’s great.

Speaker 4 (17:38):

Ms. McGill at Penn does calling for the genocide of black and brown people violate Penn’s rules or code of conduct? Yes or no?

Speaker 5 (17:49):

If the speech turns into conduct, it can be harassment.

Speaker 4 (17:52):

Yes. I am asking

Sevan Matossian (17:54):

What does that mean? If it turns into conduct, you got to actually kill somebody.

Garrett Glinton (17:58):

Yeah, you got to beat somebody up. It’s got to be a physical altercation.

Sevan Matossian (18:02):

That’s great. That’s crazy.

Speaker 4 (18:05):

Specifically calling for the genocide of black and brown people. Does that constitute bullying or harassment?

Speaker 5 (18:11):

It’s a context dependent decision, Congresswoman.

Speaker 4 (18:14):

It’s a context dependent decision. That’s your testimony today. Calling for the genocide of black and brown people is depending upon the context that is not bullying or harassment. This is the easiest question to answer. Yes, Ms. McGill.

Sevan Matossian (18:34):

Look what someone wrote in the comments. This is fake. Yeah, no shit. Donald. Someone wrote This is fake. This discussion was on how the calling for the genocide of Jews across college campuses, not about black and brown genocide. This is race-based story. What the fuck? Yeah. No shit. It says it’s fake. If you look at the bottom of the screen, do you know what AI generates means? It sounds like. Yeah, that’s the exact point. Wow. That’s the problem, man. We’re dealing with some retards.

Garrett Glinton (19:04):

Yeah, and the white lady from UPenn doesn’t have her job anymore, but Claudine still does.

Sevan Matossian (19:12):

Well, you know what I heard Garrett. I heard that they just moved her to law apartment.

Garrett Glinton (19:19):

Oh, they took her away?

Sevan Matossian (19:20):

Yeah, they tucked her away. Nice. They put her in the law school. Hey, and here’s another thing. I don’t want to like Claudine gay. Claudine Gay is the president of Harvard, the black lady, but I searched yesterday for about 30 minutes looking for where she cheated because they’re accusing her of plagiarism. I looked on Fox, I looked on CNN, I looked on M-S-N-B-C. I looked on a BBC and everywhere. They’re just telling you she did it, but no one would actually show me where and

Garrett Glinton (19:47):

What she did it. Oh, it’s in the post. It was in the Post It is. She plagiarized off another black lady, which is why they were like, oh, well, she’s not going to get in trouble for this. It was in a New York post, and it is fair. She plagiarizes 99% of it. She changed three words.

Sevan Matossian (20:07):

Oh, okay. So this goes all the way back to December 12th. Harvard covered up secret plagiarism probe into President Claudine ga during Antisemitism Storm. Wow, okay. Alright. Because I’m like, Hey, I can’t really.

Garrett Glinton (20:21):

Yeah, they gave examples and the lady actually that she plagiarized off of came out and said like, Hey, they’re not going to do anything about it because she’s black

Sevan Matossian (20:31):

And it’s legit plagiarism. So the way CNN was saying it is she just didn’t use the right citation.

Garrett Glinton (20:39):

I think how Harvard’s playing it off.

Sevan Matossian (20:41):

I wonder how much you have to copy before it’s plagiarism.

Garrett Glinton (20:45):

I think that’s the discrepancy. Oh

Sevan Matossian (20:47):

Shit. You’re right. They actually have it here. Wow, okay. Alright.

Garrett Glinton (20:58):

It’s fairly close.

Sevan Matossian (20:59):

Is that it though? That’s the only thing.

Garrett Glinton (21:02):

No, there’s a couple different ones.

Sevan Matossian (21:05):

Look at you. Okay. Alright, fine. I’ll have to go look at this because last night I’m like, Hey, I can’t smash her if they can’t prove it to me. It’s like when they said that Trump was racist and all I could find was that he wanted a Jew accountant instead of black accountant. I’m like, I can’t.

Garrett Glinton (21:25):

Hey, listen, I made that mistake with Trump originally. I’m not making it again. I’m looking shit up. I made, yeah, I’m

Sevan Matossian (21:30):

Looking shit up too. You Yeah,

Garrett Glinton (21:31):

I did that.

Sevan Matossian (21:32):

Nobody hates Mexicans when all he said was like, Hey, they’re sending over their worst people. It’s like, yeah, of course. They’re you ever. Is your podcast heavily? What are the main topics you guys talk about? Are there main topics?

Garrett Glinton (21:50):

I usually try to pick one or two, but I mean we’ve kind of found our niche or niche a little bit with the transgender thing is I’ve been watching too many Jubilee podcasts because they have a lot of debates on there with conservative versus liberal and it’s like conservative trans versus liberal trans. It’s conservative parents versus liberal parents even. I want to watch the one that’s like alpha male versus beta male who says they’re a beta male. What dude? It’s like, Hey, I’m beta. Let me go on that podcast.

Sevan Matossian (22:25):

What’s the podcast called?

Garrett Glinton (22:26):

It’s Jubilee and it’s middle ground episodes. There’s a bunch of ’em. They’re pretty cool.

Sevan Matossian (22:35):

How’d you find it

Garrett Glinton (22:37):

By accident? I found it with Jana because one of her friends that’s also from Gaze Against Groomers went on the podcast and she was fire when she went on. That was the liberal lesbians versus conservative lesbians. Becky Weiss was on that one.

Sevan Matossian (22:58):

Oh, this is a, well, this is a huge podcast.

Garrett Glinton (23:02):

Yeah. Yep.

Sevan Matossian (23:04):

How have I never heard of this? This thing is fucking massive. Look at this. They got one where men ranked themselves by their penis size.

Garrett Glinton (23:12):

Yeah. There’s the alpha versus beta male. Yeah. They say that Jubilee is more left-leaning. If you watch some of the podcasts from the people that have been on it, they try to lean more towards the left asking questions, but I felt like all the conservative participants handled it like Champs,

Sevan Matossian (23:36):

Look at this flat earth or versus scientists 26 million views.

Garrett Glinton (23:40):

Yeah, man,

Sevan Matossian (23:44):

That’s nuts.

Garrett Glinton (23:46):

Some of ’em are really good. Some of ’em are ridiculous, but some of ’em are actually really good.

Sevan Matossian (23:50):

Who is the gay man?

Garrett Glinton (23:57):

That’s where I asked the question because there was somebody on there that was like, I’m a, what the hell? A non-binary lesbian. I’m like, that doesn’t even make sense. What does that mean? What are you trying to say?

Sevan Matossian (24:11):

What are some ranked by height? Oh shit. This is so good. Yeah. Oh, these are fun.

Garrett Glinton (24:24):

They’re very fun.

Sevan Matossian (24:28):

I cheated. I went straight to the end look. They gave the tall black dude a basketball. You see that?

Garrett Glinton (24:36):


Sevan Matossian (24:40):

I really want to click this one. This penis size one. Wow.

Garrett Glinton (24:47):

Yeah, you probably have to play that every four seconds. They definitely come at you.

Sevan Matossian (24:51):

Yeah, and look at this one. Gay or straight. This one looks so fun too. Oh yeah. Here’s your alpha versus beta. Jesus. Okay, so this is inspiration for you.

Garrett Glinton (25:07):

Yeah, I like it a lot. They have a lot of really good conversations on there that why aren’t we talking about some of this stuff just is

Sevan Matossian (25:14):

Real Palestine fat versus skinny L-G-B-T-Q versus former L-G-B-T-Q.

Garrett Glinton (25:23):

Yeah. That’s the pray the gay way.

Sevan Matossian (25:26):

Hey, do you do any of that L-G-B-T-Q-L-G-B-T-Q?

Garrett Glinton (25:37):

I mean no.

Sevan Matossian (25:38):

Do you identify with any of that? Do you have a bumper sticker on your car being gay? Do you have any affiliation with that in your

Garrett Glinton (25:47):

I used to when I came out when I was 18, 19, like 20 something years ago. Sure. Because it didn’t mean all this stuff. It signified that it was a safe place to go that they, you know what I mean? Back then there really was still prejudice about this stuff. You really couldn’t

Sevan Matossian (26:04):

For sure. Still prejudice. I mean definitely among, I would definitely say and understandably so. I understand why straight society, especially men are afraid of the unknown. Yeah, I totally get it. Right. We know what we’re about and then you see one that’s not what you’re doing. And I mean different scares people, right? Yeah,

Garrett Glinton (26:36):


Sevan Matossian (26:37):

So gay men kind of threaten straight men’s masculinity.

Garrett Glinton (26:41):

Sure. Yeah. And of course men don’t want to have a gay son. I get that. I completely understand that.

Sevan Matossian (26:47):

Why do you think they don’t want to? Just because they don’t want the hardship for their kid or that they want their genes spread forward?

Garrett Glinton (26:54):

I think both.

Sevan Matossian (26:56):

You have a son, do you want him to be straight?

Garrett Glinton (26:58):

Yeah. I think it would be easier for ’em if he is not. Obviously we’ll handle that and we’ll, but no, of course it’s easier. You have kids. It’s easier to have As gay men, it’s very difficult to have kids. If you want to have kids, they’re not really letting you adopt. Then you have to go find, when me and my wife had a kid, we already had the womb. We didn’t have to pay for that. Two gay men are going to have to pay a woman to birth their kid if they want to use their own sperm.

Sevan Matossian (27:32):

So if that was a safe place, so you walk by a bar and it has a sticker that says LGBQ on it, and then now I guess that’s been taken from you. I feel like it’s kind of like BBL M.

Garrett Glinton (27:48):

Yeah, it’s gone

Sevan Matossian (27:51):

And it kind of sucks because I wouldn’t like it if there was an organization that said Armenian Lives Matter and I didn’t like it.

Garrett Glinton (27:59):

Yeah, no, you can’t because they don’t accept everybody. I am gay. If I walked into A-L-G-B-T-Q, whatever, whatever, whatever,

Sevan Matossian (28:10):

With the Trump shirt on Mag of 2020

Garrett Glinton (28:13):

And I said, Hey, I don’t believe in everything that you guys believe. They’re going to kick me out the door faster than any other group would. So it’s not as accepting as you might want to think it is or they make it seem

Sevan Matossian (28:29):

Is the main problem. It’s trying to put too many people together. I mean, so let me throw one thing out there that I think that you don’t agree with. That organization seems to think it’s okay for men to participate in women’s sports. So they support this 51-year-old man who’s competing in swim competitions and changing in the locker room in Canada with girls who are between the age of eight and 16. And you find that utterly disgusting.

Garrett Glinton (28:56):

That’s absolutely awful.

Sevan Matossian (28:58):

Yeah. He should be drug out handcuffed and thrown in a cell somewhere.

Garrett Glinton (29:01):

There’s no way If I had a daughter, no way. Absolutely not.

Sevan Matossian (29:07):

And maybe if you saw him and no one was looking, you’d punch him in the fucking neck.

Garrett Glinton (29:12):

If he’s in the locker room with my daughter, my 13-year-old daughter. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (29:17):

Hey dude, if he’s in the locker room with my 13-year-old boy, he needs to be punched in the face hard.

Garrett Glinton (29:22):

What is happened? Why do you want to, that’s my question. Why do you want to be in a locker room and swim and change and go to the bathroom next to children? That’s more my question. Why is that?

Sevan Matossian (29:35):

Yeah, why is that? Why do they want to normalize that? Is there any chance that we’re wrong? Oh no. It’s totally normal. I think so. I think kids find naked adults disgusting that aren’t their

Garrett Glinton (29:44):

Parents. I mean, yeah,

Sevan Matossian (29:46):

They find I found naked adults disgusting.

Garrett Glinton (29:48):

Absolutely. The first time I ever walked out, my grandfather was peeing with the door open. I had a heart attack. I was traumatized for the rest of my life. No, nobody wants to, no kid.

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