Roosh v online dating
If rape becomes legal, she will never be unchaperoned with a man she doesn't want to sleep with.After several months of advertising this law throughout the land, rape would be virtually eliminated on the first day it is applied." S. Smith at the online magazine xo Jane asserted that "we need to talk openly not just about how many MRAs [men's rights activists] like Roosh promote rape and violence against women, but how many of them may be rapists themselves".He also said that even if studies were to show that legalizing rape would reduce the number of rapes, feminists would still oppose any legislation that solved the problem in a way that didn't "criminalize normal male behavior and erase all responsibility that a woman has".
If rape becomes legal, a girl will not enter an impaired state of mind where she can't resist being dragged off to a bedroom with a man who she is unsure of—she'll scream, yell, or kick at his attempt while bystanders are still around.
In May 2014, Roosh commented with regard to the 2014 Isla Vista killings, in which gunman Elliot Rodger shot several people after writing a manifesto attributing his actions to frustration over his involuntary celibacy, that his community "is the solution to this sort of murder rampage" and that "exposing him to game may have saved lives".
Roosh argued, "Until you give men like Rodger a way to have sex, either by encouraging them to learn game, seek out a Thai wife, or engage in legalized prostitution...
Nix also lodged a complaint against Roosh with the police, saying that he had incited his followers to make rape and death threats against her.
A café owner, who surreptitiously took a photograph of Roosh sitting in his establishment and published it to Instagram with an invitation to others to come confront Roosh, later said he felt threatened by the ensuing response from Roosh's followers.