Question 1. [1:28] – “I've spent the majority of my adult life devoted to my career, considering myself a 'fiercely independent' feminist and not allowing men to have much control in a relationship. However, a few years ago I started dating someone who didn't accept this behavior and I found myself slowly taking on a traditional girlfriend role, now as a wife and mother. Things have gone really well between us and I'm happy, but still find myself missing my old life. I've heard you talk an awful lot about how women are wired to want men to provide resources while they take care of the young, but I don't feel it's coming natural to me. Am I broken? What can I do to ensure that I don't fall into old patterns? Do you think there's enough space for a woman to balance being a great wife and mom, yet also continue to stay in charge of her career without sacrificing family?” Question 2: [1:26:49] – “As I lived in a communist/socialist country and then moved to UK 10 years ago and I see life is much difficult in capitalism and there is poverty everywhere, can you please explain to me, Stefan why you always say capitalism is the best?” Question 3: [1:51:32] - "Now that we are in the "post-truth" era and we see a large factual divide between the left and right, do you believe it is more crucial than ever that higher education institutions start teaching from a non-partisan point of view, explaining both sides of the debate?" Question 4: [2:15:39] – “I am a libertarian at heart. I believe in the free market, small governments and allowing people to succeed or fail by their own virtues. I also recognize that certain cultures and populations are incompatible with a free society. Libertarians and their insistence on open borders present a contradiction. Is it possible to square that circle?” Freedomain Radio is 100% funded by viewers like you. Please support the show by signing up for a monthly subscription or making a one time donation at: