Good fucking riddance.
The Southern Poverty Law Center designated two "men's rights" groups as hate groups earlier this week. Here's why they were right to do so.
Where have all the pickup artists gone? Have they stopped harassing women? Or are they underground plotting their next big disruption of a shopping mall near you?
Although the supporters of "neomasculinist" and "pickup artist" Roosh V cancelled their international meet-ups this weekend, citing safety concerns, feminist protesters still gathered in cities across the globe to protest his message.
A Maryland basement dweller managed to convince media pundits, freaked-out feminists, a half-dozen American mayors, and 46,965 Canadians who signed a Change.org petition to keep Roosh V out of their country, that he's a credible threat. But is he?
Like his movement, this article is a joke.
Attention. Lots of attention.
It's a twist that everyone saw coming.
Prominent MRA activists like Roosh V know that many young white men feel a voyeuristic pleasure in imagining the weight of oppression upon them—because that way they don't have to deal with the truth.
On the site, the antifeminist rape advocate asserts himself as a sort of no-filter prophet. In reality he's just a perfect storm of confidence and idiocy, and really isn't worth your time or energy.
From Montreal to Toronto, Roosh V and his followers have attempted to identify and bully women online and off.