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Pro-Rape Men’s Group Having Public Meetups in SF, NYC, and Beyond

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Return of the Kings penis-wrinkle of a founder Roosh Valizadeh. image from ibtimes

I just got word that a pro-rape men’s group, called Return of the Kings, is having an international meetup day on February 6th. Besides the fact that their name sounds more like a George R.R. Martin fan club than a wannabe macho men’s group, these guys are genuinely creepy. Their penis-wrinkle of a founder, Roosh Valizadeh, has even written this article in which he states that rape should be legal if it’s done on private property.

Having just looked through their site, it’s like a combination of a pick up artist group and a hateful men’s rights group. Articles range from 5 Reasons Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About European Colonialism to 4 Colossal Lies Men Have Been Told Since Birth to How to Avoid Being Labeled “Creepy” by Beautiful Girls. I have a feeling every man who goes to Return of the Kings, reads that last article every day before he leaves the house.

Coming up on February 6th ROK is having an international meetup day. They plan on having having 165 meetings in 43 countries at 8PM local time. In San Francisco they are meeting at the Balboa Park Bart station, by the arched exit. They are apparently so popular in New York that they are having two meetups: St. Catherine’s Park, next to the spiral kids slide. 1245 1st Ave between 67th and 68th st  & Washington Square Park under the arch.

Feel like getting out and protesting these creepy fucks? You’re not the only one. They are apparently now trying to go underground with the meetups but you can probably figure out a way to infiltrate them here.

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