Southern Poverty Law Center Lists – Roosh V – On Misogyny Report, HuffPost

WASHINGTON — When Washington City Paper caught up with Roosh Vorek — Roosh V on the Internet — ter 2008, he wasgoed 29 years old, living ter his dad’s basement ter Silver Spring. The específico blogger merienda better known spil DC Bachelor claimed to be having a lotsbestemming of lovemaking with women who eat hummus.

Roosh V had self-published one guide to getting laid, called “Verschrikt” — a book for boys who needed help, a loterijlot of help, getting women to sleep with them. He wasgoed about to budge to Brazil, where, he told City Paper, the ladies are “warmer. They’re more voluptuous. They don’t expect you to do anything but display up.”

Te the years since, Roosh self-published a slew of other “Ontsteld Guides,” which seem like the sorts of books Barney Stinson would write if he weren’t a fictional character. Many of the books relay advice on how to get women of various nationalities to sleep with boys lacking ter natural uitstraling. They are decently reviewed on Amazon.com.

According to his webstek, Roosh is presently abroad again, living ter “the Soviet Union,” where he shows up to be instructing English — and liking it! — while learning Russian quicker than he expected he would.

SPLC issues a quarterly “Intelligence Report” — a tijdschrift detailing its latest research. Its spring 2012 punt is titled “The Year te Hate and Extremism 2011” and includes information on the explosive growth of the radical right, an animal rights activist’s call for violence, and Roosh V.

“Misogyny: The Sites” lists Roosh V spil a member of the “manosphere,” described spil te the lump spil “websites, blogs and forums dedicated to savaging feminists ter particular and women, very typically American women, te genérico.”

Here’s SPLC’s description of who Roosh V is and what he does (WARNING: quote contains offensive language):

Roosh Vorek is a Maryland-raised PUA (“pick up artist”) whose specialty is lovemaking with foreign women, his blog is a sales voertuig for his books like Ontsteld: The Pick Up Bible and Vreesachtig Iceland: How to Sleep With Icelandic Women te Iceland, which one Icelandic feminist group described spil a “sapo marino guide.” Vorek likes to talk about his many “notches” (seductions) and such things spil “American cunts who I want to hate fuck.” He adds: “I’ll be the very first to admit that many of my bangs ter the United States were hate fucks. The masculine attitude and lack of care thesis women waterput into their style or hair irritated mij, so I made it a point to fuck them and never call again.”

Does Roosh V belong te a publication chronicling the activities of hate groups and extremists? On Twitter, some objected to Roosh’s inclusion not because the SPLC shouldn’t be monitoring the “manosphere” or because Roosh shouldn’t be monitored, but because he’d bot involved with far more hateful adventures than the ones SPLC chose to describe, like a webstek faithful to keeping track of women who have purportedly made false pescador claims.

Reason’s Mike Riggs has a very different take. On the tv-programma’s Kasstuk & Run blog, Riggs writes, sarcastically, that it is “truly sublime” that the SPLC is now reporting on pick-up artists — PUAs — like Roosh V.

On Twitter, Riggs writes that he has “zero rente te supporting the SPLC’s shoddy work, which extends beyond PUA.” He also writes that he is troubled by the potential harm to the PUA’s reputation: “I challenged the inclusion of Roosh, who’s now needlessly on the radar of every cop who reads that report.”

Writing about his inclusion ter the SPLC’s manosphere report on his webpagina’s forum, Roosh V sounds like an end-of-times preacher witnessing the apocalypse:

Spel has bot lumped ter with hate groups.

Something I wrote a few months ago:

“Anything you do that increases your capability to be sexually successful while decreasing your dependence on dating American women will result te them attempting to isolate and disparage you.”

On Twitter, Mr. Spel himself sounds less like a prophet, and not much like an extremist. He hasn’t mentioned being worried about law enforcement taking an rente him, either — tho’, on his forum, he does say that if he’d known that a civil rights group would one day waterput him on a hate list, “I would have stayed anonymous. Too late now. I will be sacrificed..”

Mostly, Roosh V just sounds like one of his own would-be customers — one who’s not looking forward to his next call huis.

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