Question 1: [1:28] - I agree that Universally Preferable Behavior (UPB) is a valid concept, however, how does the concept of UPB make ethics objective when the values, ends and goals that a UPB depends on are subjective? If UPB does not make ethics objective, how does it fit in with your theory, why does the concept matter? Question 2: [43:38] - The right to bear arms and the use of firearms for self-defense is fundamental to being a free-thinking, self-reliant human being. When did the shift to championing weakness, passivity and a victim's mindset become mainstream? Question 3: [1:25:45] - Regarding the Feminism: Unequal Opportunity Nagging video: Where does Stefan get the idea that women who are ugly have to nag in order to get resources or that in general women who have children become less attractive all of a sudden?