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An Icelandic woman has come forward to accuse Roosh V of rape, blogger reports

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Roosh Valizadeh: Accused

Things may be about to get very messy for pickup artist and most-hated-man-in-the-world candidate Roosh Valizadeh.

S. Jane Gari, the author of Losing the Dollhouse, a memoir dealing with emotional abuse, writes in a recent blog post that an Icelandic woman has come to her to tell her story of being raped by Roosh.

Up until this point, as Gari notes, Roosh has responded to accusations that he is a rapist — a conclusion many have come to by simply reading his own deeply creepy and unsettling accounts of his past sexual exploits — by proudly declaring that not a single woman has come forward to accuse him of rape.

“You would think that one girl would have come forward by now and say, ‘Roosh did it. He raped me,'” Gari reports Roosh as saying during his bizarre recent press coference. “Not one has come forward. Not one.’”

“Now she has,” Gari declares.

One of Roosh’s victims read my blog back in November and reached out to me, asking for my help in exposing him. She finally agreed to be interviewed after seeing how he continues to spout his poisonous, misogynist rhetoric with sickening bravado. I hope her courage will inspire other possible Roosh victims to come forward as well.

Here’s the story of the woman Gari calls “Susan” to protect her anonymity. (You can find more details on her blog.)

When Susan left a nightclub with her friends, Roosh, approached her on the street and insisted on walking her home. She asked him to leave her alone. Later, when she became separated from her friends, she noticed he was following her.

“You have a beautiful but sad walk. I know a great place to have a drink. You can join me. It will be fun,” he said.

Susan, Gari writes, told him several more times she didn’t want his supposed help, but he continued following her anyway.

When they reached Susan’s house, Gari continues, Roosh

asked politely if he could just use the toilet. Sleepy and still drunk from her night out, she acquiesced and let him in to use the bathroom.

Up until this point, Susan’s story matches one of the stories in Roosh’s book Bang Iceland almost exactly. The disappearance of Susan’s friends, which Roosh saw as an incredible bit of luck for him; Roosh following her home despite her clear and repeated protests; his insistence on coming in to use the bathroom — all of this is in Roosh’s own account.

It’s at this point that Roosh’s and Susan’s stories diverge wildly.

In Roosh’s version of events, she thanks him for walking him home, and after heating up some soup on the stove, joins Roosh on the couch

putting her legs over mine. Her wet feet were tiny and I compared them to my hands, which were a few inches larger. I went into horny creep mode and started rubbing her legs while talking.

Yes, even in Roosh’s own account, he comes across as a creepy predator.

After a brief conversation, they start kissing; she gets up, pours herself a bowl of soup, then heads into her bedroom.

“I followed her,” Roosh writes.

It went so fast in her bedroom that even I felt weird. Clothes ripped off. “Do you have a condom?” Jam the dick inside. Barely any kissing. I was too drunk to feel anything and she was too drunk to produce much in the way of lubrication, so after five minutes we stopped having sex, if that’s what you want to call it, and lay on our backs. She fell asleep and started snoring.

The next morning, Roosh says, he got up and left while she lay there sleeping.

As Roosh tells the story, in other words, he had brief, bad sex with a woman who was so not into it she was bone dry, and so drunk she passed out shortly after he gave up. It’s not clear even from his own account whether she was lucid enough to give meaningful consent. (This, by the way, is NOT the Icelandic woman Roosh has said he had sex with even though “in America” she would have been considered too drunk to give consent; that story comes later in Roosh’s book.)

Susan’s account of what happened after Roosh emerged from her bathroom is even more troubling. As Gari tells the story, Roosh asked her if she was home alone. When she said yes,

he asked her to touch his penis. When she refused, Roosh grabbed her.

Susan started crying and said, “Why are you doing this? You’re crazy.”

He laughed and overpowered her with force, saying, “All girls like this. It’s every woman’s fantasy. You don’t even know what you’re saying. You’re drunk, but I like drunk girls.” And then, according to Susan, he raped her.

So which account is more plausible — Roosh’s story of drunken but consensual sex or Susan’s story of forcible rape? If the latter, is Roosh’s version of events a lie, or is it his attempt to convince not only his readers but himself that what happened was just bad sex, not rape?

It’s worth noting, as I did in a previous post, that Roosh has admitted elsewhere to using force to get his way during sex. In Bang Ukraine, for example, Roosh describes using “muscle” to hold a woman down after she told him she wanted to change positions when the two were having sex. “I refused and we argued,” he wrote.

She tried to squirm away while I was laying down my strokes so I had to use some muscle to prevent her from escaping. I was able to finish, but my orgasm was weak.

Afterwards I told her she was selfish and that she couldn’t call an audible so late in the game.

This, too, Roosh presents as perfectly consensual sex.

Even if Susan’s account of Roosh raping her is 100% true, it’s unlikely Roosh will ever be prosecuted for this alleged crime. “He’s an American and she lives in Iceland.,” Gari notes. “She feels she has no recourse.”

Gari ends her post by urging any woman who may have been victimized by Roosh to step forward as Susan has done.

As Gari is careful to point out, Susan’s allegations against Roosh “have not been brought formally, nor has he been found guilty of a crime in court.” And I should note as well that I have not spoken to Susan myself; I am simply relaying what Gari has written. You can draw your own conclusions from the story she tells. I know I have.

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Ellesar
Ellesar
5 years ago

Alan – no worries – I have much worse memories than that!
The trouble is that I didn’t get the attitude I have now until I had ‘hit the wall’ – 25-30 – by then the worst of the ‘unwanted attention’ was over.

Orion
Orion
5 years ago

Jesus, Bina.

You know a few years ago John the Other used to tell stories about being threatened by feminist flash mobs and David mocked them as obvious lies. Times change, I guess. Now we celebrate broken noses, doxxing, and “hunting neomasculinists,” and (in the parts you snipped) lament police with the temerity to talk people down and send everyone harm unharmed.

Ok then. I guess that’s who we are now. Good to know.

Patricia Kayden
Patricia Kayden
5 years ago

There is zero doubt in my mind that the Icelandic woman is telling the truth. It is not really all that surprising that she’s the first one to come forward as rape victims are often crucified in the media when they speak up. Can you imagine what MRAs will put her through if they discover her identity?

Roosh is a bully and I can just imagine what he would do to a woman when he has her under his control. I bet he wouldn’t dare try this nonsense with a woman in the U.S. where he knows he would be subjected to arrest and prosecution.

kupo
kupo
5 years ago

@Orion
That’s incredibly unfair. The people who went to those meet ups likely only knew what was being reported in mainstream media — that there were “pro-rape” meet ups occurring (which we know wasn’t the purpose of those meet ups) . Things were escalated by the media before they even got started. This was a mob, not a feminist protest.

And of course this plays right into Roosh’s hand. Now he can claim that he’s not the dangerous one, it’s those awful, violent feminists.

Jarnsaxa
Jarnsaxa
5 years ago

Jeez. Now I feel bad for all the poor guys out there who genuinely do just have to use the bathroom, because there is zero way for us to tell and now they probably will end up having to find an alley.

They really do hate other men almost as much as they hate us.

Orion
Orion
5 years ago

Kupo,

Sorry, I was trying to be witty an ended up being unclear. The John the Other anecdote was more a joke than a serious comparison. You’re right — many of the counter-roosh demonstrators were not feminists, most of the demonstrations were not feminist demonstrations even if some feminists attended, and while some feminists may have engaged in violence they are not representative of feminists in general.

When I said “I guess this is who we are now,” it sounds like you thought I meant “I guess we feminists are a violent mob now.” I can see how that’s a fair reading of my words, but what I meant was, “I guess we WHTM commenters celebrate mob violence now.”

Snowberry
Snowberry
5 years ago

I don’t know where some of you people are from, but around where I am, “go piss in an alley/hedge” isn’t really an option, as doing that could land you on the sex offender registry. Unless things have changed in the past few years and I wasn’t aware. So that complicates things further.

Tragedy of the Commas
Tragedy of the Commas
5 years ago

@ kupo and Orion

This seems to be the conversation in social justice circles since Roosh’s mom’s home/his home was doxxed and the counter-protests around the world. From the reports David collected in an earlier post, I doubt that the doxxing or broken noses were typical. That doesn’t make those actions OK. But I also wonder if the Tumblr Bina shared was the full story or just the author’s characterization of what happened? Did the broken nose man start a fight or had a protester punched him just ‘cuz? The Tumbler blog doesn’t say.

From what I read, people here disagreed on whether it was OK to feel any schadenfreude over his family’s dox and if the Daily Mail was wrong to do what it did, with many different and interesting perspectives on the issue. There were some who said he wasn’t really doxxed. It doesn’t help that the definition of doxxing is diluted, as Sarah Jeong, a legal and digital security expert, puts it. Jeong concludes her blog by defining doxxing as, “the publication of a physical residential address, or information protected by law (social security numbers, medical records, and so forth).” To me, this means that, yes, he/his mother were doxxed by the Daily Mail. (Again, not feminists.) David himself came out against the publishing of Roosh’s mom’s address.

Meanwhile, on Twitter, there have been people who identify as being part of social justice who’ve accused those being against the doxxing of Roosh/his mom of being rape apologists. Yes, really. Some are going as far as to argue that some or many “SJ” types or “SJ Twitter” can be guilty of the same tactics or bad faith arguments as MRAs & etc. One of the reasons I post here rather than Twitter is because people here seemed to not be like that. No one here accused David of being a rape apologist or pro-rapist for being against publicizing his mom’s address.

Speaking of Twitter, Zoe Quinn said, “Roosh is the Fucking Worst and has used photos of me for articles on “sluts” but laughing at him seeking help over his fam getting doxed? That behavior is fucking gross as hell no matter who it’s directed at. Be fucking better than that God damn.” She goes on to say that, “also so often doxes are totally wrong. there’s a whole other zoe quinn in Boston.”

I think it’s possible to feel some schadenfreude over knowing that everything about the rapist Roosh is a lie (e.g. there’s nothing wrong with living with one’s parents, but it is one more example of his gross hypocrisy) without supporting doxxing, even of him. But I also wonder if “punching up” becomes an excuse to justify some shitty activists’ shitty behavior.

Rabid Rabbit
Rabid Rabbit
5 years ago

@Ashara Payne

I’ve heard the fact that the victim had an orgasm used as evidence of consent, when orgasm is an involuntary reflex.

Back before the Enlightenment, it was believed that children could only be conceived if both partners reached orgasm, as both had to release seed. On the one hand, this meant that it was the husband’s duty to make sure the wife enjoyed herself; on the other, if a woman ended up pregnant after being raped, it meant she enjoyed it, ergo it wasn’t rape, that filthy, filthy wh*re.

lightcastle
lightcastle
5 years ago

I’d be very curious to see what happened with the Montreal one. In the end, my dad got out of the hospital that day, so I wouldn’t have attended anything anyway, but I never a heard a word of a counter protest once the official ones were called off.

Orion
Orion
5 years ago

Lightcastle, there was a synompsis in Bina’s quote; did you miss it or did you want more info?

Montréal: about a dozen women and a few men confronted maybe three would-be “PUAs” who were then run out of downtown in short fucking order – one under police protection! An amazing video has been circulating; we’ll post a copy as soon as we can.

History Nerd
History Nerd
5 years ago

I think Roosh wanted the meetups to be as controversial as possible so that some people would react violently.

dontgiveahoot
5 years ago

Slightly off topic, but here’s a short piece discussing ‘creep shaming’ and why it’s important.

Epsilon
Epsilon
5 years ago

@ Kat

Sorry for the late reply! I forgot to subscribe to the comments. >.<

An immediate example that comes to mind is Krystian Bala, who wrote the book Amok. A man was ogling his (ex) wife, so Bala tortured and murdered him. Of course, Bala said it was "just fiction."

There was another man who conspired with his highschooler girlfriend to murder her mother, which unfortunately succeeded. The wrote about it in a journal titled something like The Raven, which was a short story about rescuing a girl from her hellish life by stabbing the mother to death. Though, his case was unusual that he did try to take all the blame–at first.

There are a few more examples of people writing / confessing and trying to pass it off as someone else writing it, of course.

MissEB47
MissEB47
5 years ago

Susan is a very courageous women. I am sure that her courage will inspire others to speak out against Roosh. Pretty soon more women will be able to place his face with the fake name that he had given them.

Cinzia LaStrega
5 years ago

The Icelandic woman interviewed is telling the truth, and I will tell you how I know: She quotes Roosh in her story as saying “You were walking beautifully, but sadly.” (This line BTW is not part of HIS story.) Watch this video from Romanian TV in which he uses a similar line, to the effect that the target seems “sad.” What drunk girl, separated (albeit temporarily) from her friends does NOT seem “sad?”

He is a predator. He seeks victims who are vulnerable (not within their herd), and he targets them.

Nathan Hevenstone
5 years ago

I will say, about the original article… of the 7 comments, the vast majority support Susan. That’s nice to see, despite the two assholes who commented.

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

Thanks to everyone who pointed out examples of criminals boasting about their crime in novels and such!

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

Teaching women to say “Fuck off” to a guy that is being creepy but offering to do something like carry bags, walk them home or give them a ride isn’t effective unless they also learn how to not care when the ‘nice guy’ suddenly starts being pissy and insulting for their having dared to say “No thanks, but since you’re being so persistent, FUCK OFF.”

If a ‘nice guy’ gets worked up and insulting when you tell him “no thanks” or even “fuck off” he doesn’t deserve anything but pepper spray or a taser used against him.

Roosh’s picture being widely circulated now is a really good thing…for women. Makes his skeevy dirty ass identifiable on the street, in the pubs, and anywhere else he might turn up that’s not owned by his family.

Jimbtho
Jimbtho
5 years ago

@ Miss Andry

To what exactly are you referring to, and for what legal reasons?

What I was referring to is straight-up allegations about Roosh’s (alleged) criminal conduct, because people could put themselves at risk of being sued etc. I am however aware that libel laws are different in the US from the UK (where I live). I’m probably a bit hyper-vigilant because I recently got in a social media argument (over something unrelated to MRAs etc) and had someone suggest I could be ‘liable’ (I was pretty paranoid for the next few days). If you thought I was attacking something you said, apologies and that wasn’t the intention.

Jimbtho
Jimbtho
5 years ago

Jeez. Now I feel bad for all the poor guys out there who genuinely do just have to use the bathroom, because there is zero way for us to tell and now they probably will end up having to find an alley.

They really do hate other men almost as much as they hate us.

Well a quick look at the Red Pill subreddit will tell you there are a lot of Redpillers who are into the whole ‘Dark Triad’ thing – i.e. try to turn yourself into a psychopath because Teh Chicks Love the Bad Boys.
And the whole ideology ties into this sucky, ‘selfish-realist’, asshole-libertarian ‘get what you want and don’t worry about anyone else’ mentality. But apart from that, I really get the impression that a lot of the ‘red pill’ mentality is about proving yourself better than other guys (through your ‘notches’) more than anything else. Which explains why Roosh and his ilk don’t care about women’s sexual pleasure, or even their own to some extent (okay, he has a thing about ‘getting his nut’, but he’s not ashamed to describe really crappy sexual encounters) – it’s the fact of having got laid (without paying for it), not the actual sex.

Michael Lindsay
Michael Lindsay
5 years ago

That Roosh creature is a sack of shit! Having beer poured on him is the least of what he deserves.

Ashara Payne
Ashara Payne
5 years ago

It’s the ‘not paying for it’ that is so crucial here. Roosh could have saved himself a fortune in travel expenses and seedy motels/apartments if he had only been prepared to visit prostitutes or keep a ‘conquest’ as a girlfriend. But I expect he views prostitutes as ‘icky’ despite the fact that they are most likely tested and will insist on protection AND are actually gonna be good at it and at least feign enjoyment etc. he also probably views clients as utter failures who are losers.

Having an actual girlfriend would be impossible now because he has absolutely no respect for any woman who sleeps with him.

It’s like the old cliche of not wanting to join any club that would accept him.

He probably could have got a girlfriend when he was younger but he left it so long that it became too big of a deal, till by the time he did lose his virginity he hated women for making it so hard, so decided to ‘pump and dump’ as punishment/revenge.

I did a similar thing after my first love broke my heart, I ended up shitting all over my next boyfriend (not intentionally, but I never allowed myself to develop any feelings for him, and he was so besotted with me I ended up thinking he was pathetic and hated him).

Young love can be really tough and unfortunately some men just seem to respond badly. He is an extreme example but I do worry and wonder how many other men out there follow his example or take that path unilaterally.

90% of men I meet on dating sites just want sex, but they’re not even prepared to go on a date, they just expect to come to my house and presumably feed them too!

Then I read incredibly disparaging comments by these MRAs about women on sites such as OKCupid and POF which make out like everyone is incredibly unfuckable and horrible and that they are left with ‘the dregs’ and just want to give up with men altogether because these men don’t come with ‘misogynist’ tattooed on their foreheads.

I did have one date with a guy that was in a coffee shop. It was ok but he said ‘no pressure’, so I didn’t bother to dress up or fix my hair or put on much makeup. He couldn’t wait to leave. I realised his ‘no pressure’ meant ‘no pressure for him to impress me’.

We lived a mile apart (never happens!), he had a crappy job, he was nothing special to look at and avoided answering most of my questions.
I don’t know what I did wrong but he never contacted me again. I was probably too fat and old. I barely respond to anyone now, I’ve had so many bad experiences.

I really wish I found women attractive as I’d rather be in/looking for a lesbian relationship. Sorry if that’s offensive, I should probably stop reading about Roosh the Doosh, it’s making me too angry.

filledelouest
filledelouest
5 years ago

I hope more women will come forward and expose him. The thought that he visited my native East-European country and preyed on the women there makes me truly sick…

Frantic Caps
Frantic Caps
5 years ago

@Kat

When I was a kid I remember reading in a collection of ‘strange but true’ stories that Edgar Allen Poe was a suspect in the murder of a young woman; since that’s kind of a recurring theme in his work he could be an example of what you’re asking about. I haven’t been able to find any mention of that on the Internet though and I think the book I originally read it in was a Readers’ Digest, so I guess there’s a pretty solid chance of it all just being speculation.

Harry Sand
Harry Sand
5 years ago

We are all guilty that a multiple serial rapist and a criminal like Roosh is still free.

Where is our humanity?

This one guy and his army of violent bigots from RooshVForum keep a whole world in their knees.

This is sad. Very sad.

Today on ROK another good men have been doxxed and their lives destroyed by RooshV and his organized criminal group ROK

occasional reader
occasional reader
5 years ago

> Alan Robertshaw
Yes, “shame” and “fear” are basic manipulation levers. Both can be physical and social. Maybe shame is a subset of fear, because in general you fear to be ashamed by the others. Even when you are alone with the manipulator. It is sad to said that “egoists”/”egocentrists”/”narcissists” resist better to this kind of manipulation, since they care less about what the others are thinking.
As there are a lot of social influences, it is pretty hard to overcome this kind of manipulation, especially because they may come from unexpected situations and/or persons (it may be easier to turn out an obvious seller that you do not know in the street than a “friend” that often acts “nice” and who is at home).
There is something rotten… (and so on).

opposablethumbs
opposablethumbs
5 years ago

This one guy and his army of violent bigots from RooshVForum keep a whole world in their knees.

Hardly. He and his straggling gaggle of bigots are more like a pustulent pimple on the arse of society. Ugly, unpleasant, full of purulence and requiring the application of a decent antibacterial and a bit of sunlight to get rid of the infected matter.

Moocow
5 years ago

@dontgiveahoot

Thanks for the link. I think her analysis is spot on. They treat dating like a video game, “creep” to them is (and absolutely should!) be the equivalent of an FTL Game Over.

Orion
Orion
5 years ago

@Tragedy,

From the reports David collected in an earlier post, I doubt that the doxxing or broken noses were typical.

Agreed, and I would never want to imply that they were. I indulged in a rhetorical flourish, but my point was that celebrating violence will appear to be the norm on this site if we don’t speak up about it.

But I also wonder if the Tumblr Bina shared was the full story or just the author’s characterization of what happened? Did the broken nose man start a fight or had a protester punched him just ‘cuz?

If that’s true, I give the author no credit because they didn’t treat it as relevant. If a Rooshite assaulted a protester and came out with a broken nose, I have no beef with the protester. If a blogger celebrates the broken nose without caring who assaulted who, I have a beef with that blogger. And that’s all I’m trying to say — that tumblr is awful and we shouldn’t praise it.

Fifth Sibylline
Fifth Sibylline
5 years ago

Ugh.

@David – publish or not, apologies, but my other spam had a target. Fishing for sharks, sorry your usual crowd got offended. Oh, and also some truth hidden in the froth.

~

This is really outrageous, but not for many reasons listed above.

Icelandic culture doesn’t work like yours. And this story is so much worse for Icelandic people.

A good friend of mine had the opposite thing happen to him:

Got drunk with someone, she was wobbling, insisted he walk her home (he’s from Canada), got her pizza and then left her at her house.

Came back to the bar, said “everything’s ok”, got looked at like he was a horrible person.

The Icelandic response was:

HE WAS LOOKING FOR SEX / ATTEMPTING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE.

Why?

Because Iceland is that safe (ok, it isn’t totally: there’s a lot of sexual abuse under the rug and incest and nasties but it’s really not that common) that if you walk someone home, you’re fishing. Not the usual USA / Canada version where it’s just a realistic thing to do.

And No. Means. No. It’s not even a thing there.

And yes: Iceland has a different culture.

No wonder Roosh had “success” – nothing in our culture would imagine that doing what he did was worth it in any sense of the word. It’s literally psychotic.

[rest of comment deleted by df]

Orion
Orion
5 years ago

Let me see if I follow you.

–Rape is so rare in Iceland that no one there could predict or imagine the idea that a man might follow a woman home and rape her.

–Also, people in Iceland assume that any man who follows a woman home is probably a rapist.

Wat.

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

@Frantic Caps
Interesting tidbit about Edgar Allan Poe. Thanks!

They don’t teach you this stuff in lit class.

Makroth
Makroth
5 years ago

Let’s not give Fifth Troll another five pages worth of comments this time. Don’t let yourselves get played.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

@ kat

There’s a fringe theory that Walter Sickert was Jack the Ripper and, once again, there are clues in his paintings.

(It’s a pretty debunked theory, but still interesting)

EJ (The Other One)
EJ (The Other One)
5 years ago

@David – publish or not, apologies, but my other spam had a target. Fishing for sharks, sorry your usual crowd got offended. Oh, and also some truth hidden in the froth.

Is it just me or is this basically an admission of guilt, right in the header? “I’m spamming your website with stuff written to annoy people, and while I know you dislike it I’m going to keep doing it anyway. Amidst the enormous drifts of words there might also be one or two true things; goodness knows why I didn’t just write those and leave the rest out.”

One wonders what it is that he hopes to accomplish. Maybe he suspects that if he writes enough words, we’ll all chip in and get him a Hurrah, You Defeated Feminism trophy?

weirwoodtreehugger
5 years ago

Did the deleted portion show up earlier or was it deleted before it was even out of moderation. I’m kind of curious as to the content.

And yes, Fifth Sealion basically admitted to trolling before flouncing in the last thread so he’s long past anyone buying the claims of being ally.

I’m sure the fact that a portion of the comment was deleted means we’re doing feminism and the misogynists have now won.

I’m always amused when trolls act like we here at WHTM have to power to single handedly destroy the entire feminist movement by being mean to them.

Hu's On First
Hu's On First
5 years ago

Well, according to Doug Wilson, maybe she deserved it because she didn’t accept “masculine protection”. The Wartburg Watch has an interesting and somewhat disturbing article up about him. Doug Wilson is a pastor who 1. is closely tied to other “New Calvinist” preachers like Mark Driscoll and John Piper, 2. endorses patriarchalism, 3. thinks Slavery in the antebellum South was just peachy, 4. denies HIV causes AIDS, and 5. apparently thinks that women need to be protected by men, and if they refuse such protection, then it’s their own fault if they get raped. Oh, and 6. there is apparently an inverse correlation between a woman’s breast size and how annoying she is.

Maybe he should be the topic of the next WHTM post.

katz
5 years ago

Is it just me or is this basically an admission of guilt, right in the header?

The word “my” is an admission of guilt, since making a new account to avoid moderation also violates the comment policy. Someone inform the dark lord.

Three Snakes
5 years ago

It’s official. Roosh Rakewell goes to Hell. By order of King Minos, he is damned to Circle 8, Bolgia 1.

Three Snakes
5 years ago

P.S. Some may argue Roosh should be in Circle 7 since he is a rapist, but he is a fraud on top of that.

JanetJones
JanetJones
5 years ago

Hi, what’s with all the comments on Valentine’s Day? Y’all lonely?

JanetJones
JanetJones
5 years ago

BTW I think Roosh got owned on Dr. Oz, it was fummy.

VLF
VLF
5 years ago

I’m really expecting that in few months, Roosh will claim that his “Bang Iceland” was actually a satirical book and that all his “bangs” were just a thought experiment.

In fact right now, he’s stating in his website that all the accusation are false because he never ever :

Follow[ed] a girl home.

Cf. the excerpt from the article: He clearly stated he followed the girl home. Unless he already knew where the girl was living ? (stalker ?)

Ask[ed] a woman to “touch my penis.”

Well it can be something quite OK to say to someone who agrees to have sex with you. But I guess Roosh can’t understand the concept of “consensual sex”

Try[ied] to make physical advances on a crying girl.

Didn’t he write about a religious girl that was crying because she didn’t want to have sex (Ukraine maybe) ?

Have sex in an Icelandic girl’s home while she was alone.

So in his book, the icelandic girls weren’t alone in their flat. So maybe they were living with their parents or they had a boyfriend sleeping aside (stupid beta-cuckholder Icelandic boyfriends)?

Tell a girl that rape is “every woman’s fantasy.”

Well I’m too tired to find some articles that says that. And I could be wrong. Roosh could say it’s a satiric article.

Gert
Gert
5 years ago

Rootepetoot now threatening to sue Gari (top post, by Dooshy himself) on RoK. Sleazebags at “Randazza Legal Group” assisting him. This could get messy…

kupo
kupo
5 years ago

Tell a girl that rape is “every woman’s fantasy.”
Well I’m too tired to find some articles that says that. And I could be wrong. Roosh could say it’s a satiric article.

The first hit when I Googled it was from Roosh’s own blog:

Both genders have rape fantasies and that’s normal

Sascha Vykos
Sascha Vykos
5 years ago

I just hope she’s ok.

Aris Boch
Aris Boch
5 years ago

@msexceptiontotherule February 16, 2016 at 12:36 am
Answering mere words with pepper spray or a tazer? Say, are you mentally deranged?

Newt
Newt
5 years ago

Answering mere words with pepper spray or a tazer?

It’s not just the “mere words” that the guy is saying, it’s that he’s following someone around/not leaving them alone, in order to keep saying them.

And please read the comments policy before accusing someone of being “mentally [anything]”.

Aris Boch
Aris Boch
5 years ago

@Newt February 19, 2016 at 10:04 am
Well, following sound is of course a whole other ballgame, but even in that case it’d be an overreaction. A pepper spray or taser is against [b]attackers[/b].