Some of the higher liked comments are nasty... (Gotta love the CAT AVATAR in the first comment!)
Laura Thomas Under his own advice, he should have known to protect himself from the thrown beer and it's his own fault it happened. No charges should be filed because in his eyes, he should have known better.
Alex Faircloth Laughing at how he thinks throwing beer at someone deems aggravated assault, yet rape is entirely fine. Absoloutely ridiculous.
Laura Katherine Smith if somehow these charges are actually taken seriously, we should start a GoFundMe to pay for every cent of her legal bills.
I'm sorry - but are these women ADVOCATING VIOLENCE AGAINST MEN?
Anyway, that article links to the so-called inflammatory piece that Roosh V. wrote.
I suggest that you read the article by Roosh V. It is very good reading. It made me wonder something...
What if rape were legal?
How much would change in everyday life? Honestly...
I know for a fact, that myself and everybody I know would just go on - continuing to not rape anybody.
Brianna Dennison - would have still been killed by James Biela. How many women's lives were saved because rape is illegal? Just that one - or hundreds?
If you believe that Bill Cosby really did drug and rape those women - then ALL of them still would have been raped - right?
Now, in case any fruitcake fruitelles are reading, I do not think rape should be legal. I just wonder - would things really change that much if it were legal?
Here is a quote from Roosh V's article - which sheds light on his inner character...
I also read that men must be taught not to rape, which means that they are all born with the capability to rape and have zero instinct to know that taking a woman with violence is improper.
He goes on to say that nobody ever taught him that the sky was blue or something like that. He is clearly being sarcastic - and rightly so.
NOT RAPING WOMEN I believe is INHERENT to the MALE PERSONA, and NORMAL MALE HETEROSEXUALITY.
Funny isn't it... Saying that makes me a misogynist. Suggesting that rape IS inherent to male persona does not make one a misandrist.
I learned that if a man and a woman both drink at a party and have sex, she was in all likelihood raped since she could not give full legal consent. This made me confused because a woman who drinks and has sex is not responsible for her actions, but if that same woman gets into a car and drives it into someone else, causing a loss of life, she would be prosecuted and sent to jail. I couldn't find an explanation for this inconsistency.
Again, I am not fond of the PUA scene - but I have to admit - Roosh V certainly does point out the double standards in our society as well as the intense hatred of men and male heterosexuality.
I'll have to browse the other articles on his blog - so I can remind myself why he is not in my list of links...