Vox Day: Still a Massive Misogynist Douchebag

Vox Day: Still a Massive Misogynist Douchebag March 2, 2015

The Washington Post recently published an article about the cesspool of misogynist harassment, rape and death threats online and how it’s making some feminists clam up to avoid the risk. Vox Day, who doesn’t think women should even have the right to vote, thinks this is a splendid development and wants more of it:

What they call “harassment” and “abuse” is seldom anything more than free speech answering free speech. They have a right to speak their piece, and we have a right to speak right back. We have a right to speak back with all of the contempt, disdain, and loathing that we feel for their insane and societally suicidal ideas.

Oh, you can criticize them all you want. What you can’t do is threaten them with rape or murder, which happens all day, every day to huge numbers of women.

Open up your hate and let it pour over them. Don’t think for even one nanosecond that they don’t deserve it every bit of the criticism, of the contempt, of the disdainful dismissal that overwhelms them. They are trying to destroy Western civilization. They are trying to destroy marriage and civil society. They are advocates of child murder. They are advocates of a philosophy that makes National Socialism look merciful and Communism practical and Fascism coherent by comparison. Do not hold back. Speak back twice as hard. Speak back until they fall silent.

Funny, when feminists say that these sexist assholes are trying to silence them, they usually deny. It’s almost refreshing to see Vox Day come right out and admit it.

Women are particularly susceptible to shame. So shame them relentlessly. Shame those who agree with them. Mock their white knights who rush in to save them.

A “white knight,” in the vapid, terribly insecure world of men like Vox Day, means anyone who isn’t as much of a misogynist as him. Mock away, asshole. I wear it like a badge of honor. Oh, and fuck you.

Did I mention fuck you?

Seriously, fuck you.


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