STEVEN CROWDER (HOST): Men and women have different problems in society, OK? I acknowledge that. And I think at one point it would be OK to acknowledge that because men and women are different. Now, I've talked about this in the past. When you're a kid, people say, oh, boys are smarter than girls, girls are smarter than boys. Ok. Here's the truth. There are probably more women who are, on average, slightly smarter than men. If you look at the IQ, there's a way that the bell curve works. However, men occupy -- because we are extreme creatures, we're extremist beasts by nature -- they occupy both ends of the bell curve. So, even if there are more smart women, let's say on average than men, at a certain point there are only male geniuses. Statistically. At a certain point, though, on the flip side, there are only male repeat violent offenders. OK, that's the problem we usually have with males in society.