We recently noticed that the University of Toronto’s Men’s Issues Awareness Society will be hosting Karen Straughan, of Red Pill Movie fame, and partner in the hideous anti-Christian and anti-Jewish “Honeybadger Brigade” — which it should be noted is nothing like the original Honeybadger Brigade from 2014, as seen in Cassie Jaye’s Red Pill Movie.
Karen Straughan has terribly betrayed most of the men who made her popular and accepted her as a standarbearer. She and her fake “Honeybadger Brigade” have run a years-long smear and harassment campaign against me and many others. Her group also spreads malicious anti-Christian and anti-Jewish hate propaganda, and MANY men on my team and friends of mine have faced persecution and harassment and lies from her and her fellows. She has also done much to suck money out of Cassie Jaye’s movie while Cassie Jaye gets crumbs, too.
Lots and lots of people are mad at this woman, including more than one to be found in Red Pill Movie. She will even lie and say I am mentally ill, “bitter,” mock me (and countless Veterans) for being “brain damaged,” and refuse to discuss specifics.
She may be facing legal action from more than one party before the year is out—ditto her partners in crime Alison Tieman, Mike “Randomercam” and possibly others in her circle. Please do not give her any support. And if you want to talk to me about it, the phone # is 248-242-0303. The specific charges are religious bigotry, religious abuse, harassment, slander, libel, and even (at least one report) physical assault from members of her “Honeybadger Brigade” team.
This is not a good person, and neither are her friends. I’m available to talk about it with any serious in inquirers, but before we talk you’ll have to accept: I represent more than one person, I do not make alegations lightly, and neither I nor anyone working with me will be mollified with words or entreaties for “unity” or told to “get over it.” She owes apologies and reparations to a lot of people, and if you trust her, she’ll eventually owe them to you too. She’s become the New Wooly Bumblebee.
Please do not support this woman in her speaking engagements, PARTICULARLY if you’re an audience that cares about the opinions of religious men.
Max D. of Michigan is a past rabble-rouser now pursuing less provocative pursuits.