Last week, in Isla Vista, Elliot Rodger apparently had had enough. The remote, shy and almost painfully anti-social college student who was rejected by beautiful girls, while feeling as though he wasn't rich enough to live at an elite level with the rest of the offspring of the 1% went redline.
One of the social whiplashes that's occurred as a a result is that Rodger has been mostly, and wrongly associated with the men's rights movements. In a world that's becoming more and more fragmented, the deaths at Isla Vista have created more of a wedge between feminists and men in the men's rights movement.
In the first hour of the show, I'll be speaking with Dean Esmay, the Managing Editor for "A Voice For Men" a website and magazine that is focused on the rights of men, both moral and legal.
We'll explore what this latest iteration of the men's movement is all about, how it might have impacted the life of Elliot Rodger and if the upcomimg AVFM conference in Detroit will be ground zero for a war between the sexes.
Dean Esmay is a husband, a father, and a Men’s Human Rights Activist. A pioneer in the early blogosphere, his blog “Dean’s World” opened in early 2002 as a followup to an opinion site he started in the late 1990s called “Dangerous Thoughts.” Dean’s World was at one time ranked by several sources as one of the best and most influential weblogs in the world.
In hour number two, I'll get into more of the Elliot Rodger event with my special guest, Jay Weidner. Jay and I will look at the production values surrounding Elliot Rodger's video.
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