He thought he should be able to get her.
He found he couldn't.
So he got her.
There exist no end to narratives—grown in fevered minds, brought whining into the mainstream by professional egos and complicit platforms—to tell him he was right.
They indoctrinate vulnerable and unstable minds into violent radicalism.
This doesn't exactly commend him as a new voice of the intellectual right, though.
A political movement that finds such a voice compelling.
An opposition that can't find the courage to counter such framing.
Protesting the promulgation of such "ideas" isn't anti-free speech. It's using free speech to create a defense against a present danger.
There's money in doing so. But no value.
People who benefit from exclusive spaces really love exclusive spaces.
They point to those little pockets of safety from themselves as evidence that they themselves are victims of exclusive spaces.
Others in our country have big ideas like exclusive spaces for white people, or for Christians, or for able-bodied people, or for the wealthy.
And they already have them. They just want to stomp out the safe spaces.
I reject it.
A proposal for non-exclusive space is about how someone wants to live FOR themselves.
A proposal for exclusive space is never just about how the person wants to live, but how they want to live AT somebody else.
Reject it on those precise grounds.
The women don’t come into it.