When the lovely Dean Esmay jumped (or was pushed) off the good ship A Voice for Men last week, we were told that he intended to “take his activism in a different direction.”
So far that “new direction” looks suspiciously like the “old direction.” While Esmay has reduced the frequency of his intemperate, accusatory, free-associational Tweets from a flood to a trickle, he hasn’t stopped Tweeting — apparently his primary form of “Activism” for now — and his Tweets are as intemperate, accusatory, and free-associational as ever.
He’s still attacking anyone even vaguely critical of the Men’s Rights movement as “lying bigots;” describing anyone even vaguely critical of him as “cyberbullies” and maybe even paid shills; and making bizarre pronouncements to no on in particular.
Here he is offering his take on the rather fraught issue of women in STEM.
Here he is taking on the question of the Confederate flag.
Here he is trying to convince the world that Washington Post writer Caitlin Dewey is a “cyberbully” … by spamming her Twitter account with attacks on her. Oh, and spamming the Twitter account of a completely different and utter;y unrelated woman named Caitlyn Dewey, who spells her first name with a Y.
(He’s been pestering her for a while.)
Here he is trying to convince a feminist that he knows more about feminism than she does.
Here he is proving that the only feminism he knows anything about is the Bizarro World feminism he dreams up in his own feverish mind.
And here he is trying to convince another feminist that he’s a nice guy, honest.
Take a break, dude. Take a long break and think, really think, about what you’re doing with your life.