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Woman-hating Internet losers attack Malala Yousafzai for … not being a good enough advocate for girls and women

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Return of Kings contributor “Billy Chubbs,” whose previous contributions to the wisdom of the ages include posts titled Men Should Not Help Sluts, Bangable Women Can Still Be Gross, and Unmarried Older Women Need To Go Away, has outdone himself in the awfulness department with a post this week attacking 17-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai as “A Coward And A Hypocrite.”

Apparently inspired by Chubbs’ bold move, the Sarkeesian-hating, Anton LaVey-looking far-right nitwit Davis Aurini has junped on the bandwagon with his own blog post dissing Malala.

We’ll get to him in a minute. But first, Chubbs.

It’s hardly surprising that a writer for a site that portrays women as emotionally immature, intellectually inferior, and “inherently terrible people” would have a problem with a young woman known around the world for her courageous advocacy on behalf of education for girls.

But Chubbs attempts to portray himself as a true defender of “oppressed girls in crappy countries” and an enemy to “anti-female extremists.” Yes, that’s right: a man who has described young women as “society’s mobile sperm banks” and single women over 30 as “unappealing and repulsive … hoebags” is trying to pretend that he’s better advocate for girls’ and women’s rights than Malala Yousafzai.

His evidence that Malala is a “coward and a hypocrite?” The fact that she has not returned to Pakistan since being literally shot in the face by a Taliban assassin.

The reason the Taliban shot Malala in the head was to send a message that they would attack girls who wanted to get a western-style education. …

Getting shot in the head is pretty extreme, and I could respect Malala if she took it and continued to live in Pakistan. But she ran. She gave up. The extremists won unequivocally …

Malala has done more harm than good to oppressed girls in crappy countries. She says books and education are what we need to change the world, then proved that completely untrue after she ran away when a man with a gun fired a bullet into her.

Yes, what a coward for “running away” after a guy shot her in the face, say Billy Chubbs, a dude who claim to fame in the world is writing clickbait blog posts attacking women, under what I assume is a pseudonym, on a website run by a professional pickup guru who feels resentful that he has to wipe his own ass in order to appeal to women.

Malala has been an activist for education and against the Taliban since the age of 11, when she started writing a blog for the BBC on life in the Swat district of Pakistan, then under the control of the Taliban. A tireless advocate for girls while still a girl herself, she started receiving death threats, some slipped under her door, after her identity was publicly revealed. In 2012 she was shot in the face in an assassination attempt.

And Chubbs — who lives in Canada, and who is unwilling to even post a real picture of himself on the internet — thinks she’s a coward for not returning to Pakistan — where she was shot in the face, and where bookstores won’t even stock her book because of threats from the Taliban.

And he also seems to think that she’s “lucky” for being able to move to England.

Malala was lucky that she was co-opted for an agenda and was given a great place to live in the western world, because while she is touring the globe, advocating girls rights to education, those same girls are the ones forced to continue to live in places where they can be hurt and killed for trying to attend school.

And what were the “lucky” circumstances that led to her relocation to England? Oh yeah, she was shot in the face in a country without the medical infrastructure necessary to treat the injuries she received from being shot in the face.

Chubbs also throws in some old-fashioned imperialist arrogance and racism into the mix:

While Malala was laughing, playing and enjoying the safety of receiving an education in a predominantly white country found upon Christian morals, school girls in Africa were being kidnapped. …

So yes, never fear you ladies of the 2nd and 3rd world. You, too, can brave all those bad men and receive an education: so long as there are prosperous countries founded upon and still more or less exercising European Christian morals that still exist for you to run to (and which you can afford to run off to in the first place), and that you’re willing to be a hollow mascot for the powers that be in those countries.

At one point, Chubbs actually belittles her for … reading books:

Instead of reading text books and trying to fill her head with words, Malala would have been better served to take that textbook and hold it in front of her head to try and stop the bullet.

That doesn’t even make a tiny bit of sense.

Davis Aurini, meanwhile, has weighed in with an equally ridiculous, if not quite as outrageously offensive, attack on Malala for her … alleged unoriginality.

In Aurini’s view, Malala is a mere “youngling,” and a copycat of “Civilized” Western ideas. who doesn’t deserve the Nobel Prize or the money that comes with it.

[F]or the most part, love ‘em or hate ‘em, the past recipients have at least made their mark on history. With few exceptions, they’ve all walked a dangerous path and stayed committed to their cause, and they’ve brought forth intellectual and political blossomings that were unprecedented. They’ve all been inventors.

You cannot say the same for Malala Yousafzai.

Thus far in her life, she’s been little more than a poster child for the prevailing superstitions of our times.  Arguing that women should be allowed to read books is not revolutionary when you live in Britain, and while it may be brave for a girl in Pakistan to make such statements, they’re still not creative in nature; she’s merely channelling the culture of the Civilized West, repeating words that were written by others.

This from a guy whose main claim to, er, creativity consists of this “film.”

So brave, dudes. So brave.

 

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sunnysombrera
6 years ago

Andrea: I think he means that English civilisation was founded on Christian morals. Which still isn’t true. Paganism was here first.

weirwoodtreehugger
6 years ago

Getting shot in the head is pretty extreme, and I could respect Malala if she took it and continued to live in Pakistan.

This right here betrays what the manosphere really thinks of women and girls. They think our proper and natural state is being abused. Being abused by men is something that we should be willing to just take and accept. Anything else is a sign of some sort of moral defect.

While Malala was laughing, playing and enjoying the safety of receiving an education in a predominantly white country found upon Christian morals, school girls in Africa were being kidnapped. …

Apparently “Chubbs” isn’t aware that there are lots of Christians in Africa and it is the predominant religion in some African countries. Also, I spy a 4 dot ellipsis.

So yes, never fear you ladies of the 2nd and 3rd world. You, too, can brave all those bad men and receive an education: so long as there are prosperous countries founded upon and still more or less exercising European Christian morals that still exist for you to run to (and which you can afford to run off to in the first place),

Oh. I see. Only European Christian morals are good. Apparently he also doesn’t realize that Christianity is not a European religion. It’s been practiced in Europe for quite sometime, Christianity and the system of morality that goes with it is not actually from Europe.

Arguing that women should be allowed to read books is not revolutionary when you live in Britain, and while it may be brave for a girl in Pakistan to make such statements, they’re still not creative in nature; she’s merely channelling the culture of the Civilized West, repeating words that were written by others.

Sure, others have fought for equal educational rights before Yousafzai. It’s still a goal worth fighting for. Unlike posting hateful screeds about Anita Sarkeesian, which is neither worthy or original and creative. Misogyny and racism isn’t edgy or original. It’s dull. It’s the status quo. It’s the most cliché thing you can do.

Alex M
Alex M
6 years ago

This may have been shared already since it’s a few days old, but Breitbart hack and GamerGate war profiteer “advocate” Milo Yiannopoulos has his own attack article against Yousafzai (archive.today</a). It's pretty awful, even going down the "sure, you may have been shot in the face for wanting an education, BUT WHAT ABOUT THE MEN!?" abyss.

GrumpyOldMan
6 years ago

I used to call these folks Shit-for-brains, but now I think that’s unreasonably insulting to shit.

Fnoicby
Fnoicby
6 years ago

@sonnysombrera, he also seems to think Christianity is a European thing. *snicker*

Fnoicby
Fnoicby
6 years ago

Aaaaah, ninja’d by WWTH!

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

Shit has a purpose. These guys are more like a ruptured appendix.

idledillettante
6 years ago

So malala’s a bad feminist for not returning to the country she nearly died in? Do these guys just want to see her killed for real so they can eulogize her in the most pretentious way possible?

Fnoicby
Fnoicby
6 years ago

You better believe if she stayed in Pakistan and was killed, these guys would be lamenting the stupidity of women.

Sarah
Sarah
6 years ago

Wait right there… wasn’t the West that decadent place that Western Women® had ruined with all their absurd ideas about having rights and autonomy, as opposed to other traditional countries where good conservative women knew their place? Now corrupt-full-of-feminists Europe is the lighthouse of progress and morality?

Daeran Zemaitis
Daeran Zemaitis
6 years ago

Ruptured-appendix-for-brains doesn’t quite have the same ring to it though.

I just had a though though. Remember that “this is your brain on heroin” commercial? You could replace “heroin” with “misogynistic ideology” and it’d be largely the same. It could be said to be really an ideological drug in a sense – it’s horribly bad for you, and it prevents you from addressing the real problems in your life, but it makes the users feel good in some twisted way.

cloudiah
6 years ago

What a bunch of asshats.

Here are three puppies wearing bow ties and practicing synchronized yawning:

http://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s–JlG7YFnM–/c_fit,fl_progressive,q_80,w_320/sbcatw2pl668kbq55kih.gif

vaiyt
6 years ago

Now corrupt-full-of-feminists Europe is the lighthouse of progress and morality?

Rule #1 of MRAdom: support whatever makes women look bad.

katz
6 years ago

No! Nobody disses Malala Yousafzai while I’m around!

sparky
sparky
6 years ago

[F]or the most part, love ‘em or hate ‘em, the past recipients have at least made their mark on history. With few exceptions, they’ve all walked a dangerous path and stayed committed to their cause, and they’ve brought forth intellectual and political blossomings that were unprecedented. They’ve all been inventors.

It must really annoy Aurini that Yousafzai has already made more of a mark on history than he ever will. The thing is, she’s exactly what they’re claiming she’s not. She had “walked a dangerous path and stayed commited to the cause.” She has done things which were revolutionary and worthwhile.

But then, if you think that the education of girls and women isn’t that worthwhile a cause, and that girls and women can’t possibly accomplish anything worthwhile, then you’re going to twist yourself into rhetorical knots to try to denigrate someone who has done heroic and worthwhile things.

The article by Chubbs is seriously creepy. He describes, vividly and in detail, at least two or three times, Yousafzai getting shot. The focus on the act of violence while insulting her is just…really creepy.

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

Getting shot in the head is pretty extreme,… but not as extreme as drinking red bull and blogging from your basement.

Dude, you don’t the pain of Cheeto stains.

Bina
Bina
6 years ago

Wait right there… wasn’t the West that decadent place that Western Women® had ruined with all their absurd ideas about having rights and autonomy, as opposed to other traditional countries where good conservative women knew their place? Now corrupt-full-of-feminists Europe is the lighthouse of progress and morality?

Logical consistency…they only have it when it suits their purposes. Which is never.

The article by Chubbs is seriously creepy. He describes, vividly and in detail, at least two or three times, Yousafzai getting shot. The focus on the act of violence while insulting her is just…really creepy.

Yeah. Ever get the feeling they really just want her dead? And they’re miffed because that DIDN’T happen?

FrieVonFrieburger
FrieVonFrieburger
6 years ago

I love that he brings up Africa as a contrast to ‘Christian Europe’. There are a lot of sizable christian communities in Africa. It’s not exactly small news there. It’s even arguable that chrstianity, as a collective, has just as much sway there as it does on Europe (though I’d qualify that statement as an educated speculation, rather than a researched fact).

As established, he’s wrong on an almost baffling number of levels.

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

^ For all of their touting of their “greater rationality”, they seem to like to stick wth what feeeels right to them.

Christian Europe feeeeels right.

Christian Africa?
Not so much.

becausescience
becausescience
6 years ago

Today on ROK: “Malala Yousafzai Is BAD For Not Doing Enough To Help Girls Get An Education!!!”

Tomorrow on ROK: “10 Reasons Why You Should NEVER Date An Educated Woman!!!”

Taking the Red Pill frees you from silly mortal constraints such as “being logically consistent”, and “saying things that make sense”.

proxieme
proxieme
6 years ago

On that, a quick Google search:

http://www.pewforum.org/2011/12/19/global-christianity-exec/

They might be making their argument from the standpoint of the influence of historic or cultural Christianity, but then I’d call over some of my pagan friends to point out that many Northern European pre-Christian cultures seem to have given women considerably more esteem and power than did Europe during the height of Christendom and then I’d call over some atheist friends to detail how the rise of greater rights for women (and people, really) in Europe tracked pretty closely with the Enlightenment and with the general falling away from Christian institutions as the primary venues and vehicles of civil society.

(Note: I’d call over my respective friends rather than wage the argument myself because I have spectacular friends who can BRING IT when it comes to sources and stats.)

Dvärghundspossen
6 years ago

I love that he brings up Africa as a contrast to ‘Christian Europe’. There are a lot of sizable christian communities in Africa. It’s not exactly small news there. It’s even arguable that chrstianity, as a collective, has just as much sway there as it does on Europe (though I’d qualify that statement as an educated speculation, rather than a researched fact).

I’ve bumped into African missionaries here in Stockholm who came to Sweden to preach Christianity. Sadly, I’m not well educated enough about geography to say which country they were from, except sub-Saharan. But yeah, sort of makes sense.

bekabot
6 years ago

It would be a cheap shot to say that Billy Chubbs was okay with Malala Yousafzai as long as she was still in his approximate wheelhouse (which is to say, under 17) and that if he’s changing his tune now it’s probably because she’s beginning to show signs of being over 17, the way young girls will if you let them live too long.

It would be a cheap shot, but sometimes the cheap shots are the right ones to take.

storydon
6 years ago

Well I for one am ECSTATIC to hear the opinions of men who hate women and think harassment is activism.

This is really key, isn’t it? They’re not mad that she’s “not a real activist” because she’s a woman, because she’s no longer in Pakistan, no longer immediately threatened, it’s that she faced real violence and did not back down.

When she was 15 years old.

All the things posted here from MRA sites, from gaslighting to “corrective rape,” are about men using violence to coerce women. And now a child who faced extreme violence, survived, and did not stop is being talked about internationally. That’s what terrifies them.

And all this right after Maryam Mirzakhani wins the Fields Prize. Bad year for misogynists.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
6 years ago

I think it’s apparent what’s happening here. The salient characteristic of the Taliban on display in the Malala Yousafzai story is their misogyny. That means that criticizing the Taliban with regards to Malala Yousafzai would be to criticize misogyny.

You’ll notice that most people have no problem with this, but AVFM and the Anton LaVey cosplayer can’t bring themselves to that point. I have no doubt that they would not hesitate to slam the Taliban under any other circumstances, but in this one case, they are strangely silent on the topic of how horrible the Taliban is.

I want to make sure this is clear: in order to criticize the Taliban, AVFM and Destro would need to criticize misogyny, and they can’t bring themselves to do that. They want to claim that they aren’t misogynists, but they can’t even force themselves to criticize the fucking Taliban if that means criticizing misogyny. They feel like they have to address this thing, that is important and involves a lady in the world, but their normal instinct (to attack Islam) is thwarted by the confluence of Islam with extremist misogyny in this case. Not even the mildest critique of misogyny is psychologically possible for them.

The only target left is Malala Yousafzai herself. And that’s how we end up with these contortions and logical knots.

ralmcg
ralmcg
6 years ago

I hope Ms. Yousafzai will return to Pakistan one day and continues to fight the good fight. I know that she isn’t able to go there right now, with being a minor and having to continue her education.

M. Tremblay
M. Tremblay
6 years ago

If I remember correctly, Christianity is the most common religion in Africa, with Islam a close second. If African women really needed to run to Christians to “save” them, chances are they wouldn’t even need to leave their house…

ej
ej
6 years ago

Getting shot in the head is pretty extreme, and I could respect Malala if she took it and continued to live in Pakistan. But she ran. She gave up. The extremists won unequivocally …

There you have it ladies. The only way your fight is worthwhile is if you choose to put yourself and your family in danger while you continue to fight.

Oh, wait…that would mean that Anita Sarkeesian and Zoe Quinn are doing exactly what our friend Chubbs here thinks they should be doing in the face of adversity. Does he respect Anita and Zoe for standing up to the threats leveled against them and for continuing to speak out in spite of them? I doubt it, but he doesn’t respect a Nobel Prize winner because she didn’t stay in a country where she almost certainly would have been killed. No, she chose to get out so that she could continue to fight. Malala didn’t give up. If she had, she wouldn’t have continued to speak out in favor of education for girls in all countries after she arrived in the UK.

chronic lurker
chronic lurker
6 years ago

“Getting shot in the head is pretty extreme, and I could respect Malala if she…”

…if she wasn’t a woman.

Because it’s pretty clear anyone at ROK doesn’t have an ounce of respect for any woman, regardless if that woman is brave enough to stand up to the Tailaban under the very real threat of death at the age of 15.

Also, she got shot in the face. There are people who very much would like to see her dead and HAVE attempted to kill her. I’m pretty sure she doesn’t give a flying fuck about these toe-rags ‘opinions.’

ej
ej
6 years ago

Fnoicby, SAVE services is basically an MRA organisation disguised as a rape victim advocacy group; it’s funded, I believe, by a Russian-bride biz. They’ve allied with AVFM and AVFM cites them all the time.

Oh, and I should add that SAVE services pushes changes in the laws to strip away rights and domesic violence protection from “mail order brides.”

I can’t even come close to expressing enough “ick” to respond to those comments.

Kootiepatra
Kootiepatra
6 years ago

That Milo Yeah-nope-oulos article is such a steaming pile of nauseating wrongness that I’m having trouble finding words for it. Malala is “boring”? Because she doesn’t text? Because she’s serious minded? She should dress sexier? ALL OF THE WATS.

Never mind that she survived being friggin’ shot in the face. Never mind that she is still advocating vocally for her cause despite it. Never mind that she has received a Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17, because her global influence is already that great. A blogger for Brietbart doesn’t believe she can write thoughtful, insightful things, despite decrying her for being too serious-minded, so we should all let it go.

I’m almost waiting for the “lol j/k I was trolling” follow up post, because that is some of the most reprehensibly ignorant dreck I’ve ever read.

Kakanian
Kakanian
6 years ago

@Policy of Madness

If they cared about anyone’s but their own rights, they could slam the Taliban and the Patschun culture they originate from for their history of sexually abusing boys… but then again, some of their proponents aren’t exactly at odds with child prostitution in the first place

Lady Mondegreen
6 years ago

[F]or the most part, love ‘em or hate ‘em, the past recipients have at least made their mark on history. With few exceptions, they’ve all walked a dangerous path and stayed committed to their cause, and they’ve brought forth intellectual and political blossomings that were unprecedented. They’ve all been inventors.

Odds are he knows jack about past Nobel recipients.

Also, inventors?

You cannot say the same for Malala Yousafzai.

She hasn’t “walked a dangerous path” or “stayed committed to the cause”–oh, wait.

Thus far in her life, she’s been little more than a poster child for the prevailing superstitions of our times.

Prevailing superstitions like, “girls should be educated.”

LBT
LBT
6 years ago

Malala Yousafzai: coward and hypocrite

MRAs: sooooo noble for having a tiny con where they were threatened by one feminist cutting down their fliers. (Which became a horde of knife-wielding harpies.)

Right. I see how that logic works. Totally. Total sense-making.

RE: Grumpyoldnurse

But then, Master Grump lives in the same universe that I do, and doesn’t hate feeeeeemales.

Yeah, I’ve always found kids to generally be more intelligent and kind than people give them credit for. I’ve also found that nothing gets kids interested and engaged like an opportunity to see adults acting foolish. (Seriously, it’s how I got middle-schoolers interested in a talk about the Comics Code Authority.)

RE: idledillettante

Do these guys just want to see her killed for real so they can eulogize her in the most pretentious way possible?

No, then they’d be lording how she wasn’t tough enough to hack it and why this is proof women can’t do activism.

pallygirl
pallygirl
6 years ago

The sheer ego that these guys have, who think that they should have an impact on the committee that decides the recipients of Nobel Prizes, is astonishing. They, who have achieved nothing of note, and will never achieve anything (positive) of note, believe that their opinions matter, and should matter.

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

Re the contributors to the Patreon funding for that awful video by roadie-hair dude and wannabe-Anton-LaVey, I hope none of them are behind in child support.

Inez Milholland
Inez Milholland
6 years ago

There’s a special level of hell reserved for those who would mock the pain, suffering, and anguish of a BRAIN INJURY SURVIVOR. What’s next? Are they gonna mock Gabby Giffords, too?

The seething rage is making it so hard to type a coherent sentence. I just…can’t with these walking piles of human feces anymore.

Scarlettathena
6 years ago

she was co-opted for an agenda …. [more bs} and that you’re willing to be a hollow mascot for the powers that be in those countries.

I’ve seen this argument thrown around and been accused of it myself when I’ve stated my opinion on something that my conversation companion didn’t like or didn’t agree with. I couldn’t possibly have thought my way to my position, looked at evidence, weighed pros and cons, done cost-benefit analysis or what have you. I must have been brainwashed by some evil dark force.

More projection methinks.

ralmcg
ralmcg
6 years ago

I don’t think Ms. Yousafzai is loosing sleep over what her critics say. An activist will have detractors. Even Gandhi had his critics, even in India.

ralmcg
ralmcg
6 years ago

Know anybody who will nominate A Voice for Men and/or other MRM organizations for the Nobel Peace Prize?

/crickets

Buttercup Q. Skullpants

and while it may be brave for a girl in Pakistan to make such statements, they’re still not creative in nature; she’s merely channelling the culture of the Civilized West, repeating words that were written by others.

Hey, hear that, everybody? Billy has RULES for people who are fighting for basic human rights.

1. They must not be human rights that already exist in First World countries.

2. In fact, they must be entirely novel human rights that no one has ever thought of or lobbied for before.

3. In working for these rights, you must not use words that other people (specifically Civilized Western Men) have ever used before.

4. If you do use “words” and make “statements”, Billy gets to call you boring and unoriginal, and dismiss your cause entirely.

5. You must also martyr yourself in the correct and approved way. Anything less than death is selfish folly.

I also glanced at Billy’s “Unmarried Older Women Need To Go Away” article, and I didn’t get it. It was nothing but a tedious series of nincomplaints about how horrible single women over 30 are. (Summary: “Older women totally want me, I know this because one of them talked to me once, here’s a made-up bar anecdote about how terrible they are, why won’t they just quietly buy their cat food in the supermarket and leave me alone?”) Every time I thought the article was going to end, he started up another frothy rampage. It was like sitting through the credits of Kill Bill Vol. 2.

Aunt Edna
Aunt Edna
6 years ago

@ pallygirl:

“LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL”

That about sums it up.

On the one hand we have an extraordinary young girl, whose rare combination of intelligence, courage, and emotional and spiritual maturity makes her an instant exemplar of the kind of advanced emotional and moral development that’s exceedingly rare in human beings; and on the other, deranged and depraved dregs of society who can’t even begin to understand who she is and what she represents, throwing cheap potshots at her to relieve their chronic frustration and anger, and reaffirm their hatred for everything that’s good and holy.

Tragic as it is from one POV, this dynamic is as old as the world, and in this case the LOLs are just the right response. These DDDs (deranged and depraved dregs, that is) don’t even deserve our outrage. They are pathetic and impotent, and a hundred years from now no one will remember of their existence (heck, hardly anyone now knows they exist). Malala’s work and legacy, however, will be forever enshrined in human history as an example of what’s noblest in our kind.

LBT
LBT
6 years ago

This isn’t the first time I’ve read one of these chucklefucks valorizing death. It’s this bizarre creepy idea that just DYING for a cause is somehow more noble than surviving and working to continue it. Creepyass fantasy to have.

Bina
Bina
6 years ago

I also glanced at Billy’s “Unmarried Older Women Need To Go Away” article, and I didn’t get it. It was nothing but a tedious series of nincomplaints about how horrible single women over 30 are. (Summary: “Older women totally want me, I know this because one of them talked to me once, here’s a made-up bar anecdote about how terrible they are, why won’t they just quietly buy their cat food in the supermarket and leave me alone?”) Every time I thought the article was going to end, he started up another frothy rampage. It was like sitting through the credits of Kill Bill Vol. 2.

Means he really wants them but won’t admit it, because that would also mean admitting the embarrassing fact that none of them want him.

After all, those ladies have standards. And dignity.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

If Billy was as civilized and culturally superior as he thinks he’d know not to capitalize the “civilized” in “Civilized West”. Guess you should have been more like Malala and read a few books, huh, Billy?

lkeke35
6 years ago

What I find amazing, is that he’s this font of information of how Activism should be practiced while not actually practicng any himself.

Well, you know what they say – Those who can’t…find fault!

He’ doesn’t know how to do Activism himself. He doesn’t know how to be a decent human being. He can only criticize those who are.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
6 years ago

He should just title all his essays “Billy Hates His Life”, it would be more succinct and more honest.

Bina
Bina
6 years ago

Billy sounds like the kind of guy who can only find fault. Everything else, including his own ass, he can’t find even using both hands and a flashlight.