Saturday, August 26, 2017

#ReadingDangerously From MILO’s “Dangerous,”
#StandingDangerously in New York Traffic (VIDEO)

When feminists call men with cancer “douchebags” and “inane,” and denounce their pubic hair as “sexist,” it’s time for decent people to write about it in scathing, headline-grabbing books, and run into traffic to read them.

In the video below, @LoudCitizen reads an excerpt from “Dangerous,” the new best-seller by Milo Yiannopoulos (Dangerous Books, July 4, 2017) while #StandingDangerously in the bus lane on New York City’s famed 42nd Street and #BlockingTraffic. (Do not try this at home.)

Behind him are grotesquely masculine ads for the HBO shows Hard Knocks, Ballers, and Vice Principals, a perfect backdrop for the passage on Manhaters in Chapter 4, “Why Feminists Hate Me” (pg. 81). Enjoy the video.

The deliciously triggering TV ads on the 42nd Street bus shelter.

Affectionately submitted for consideration in MILO’s #ReadingDangerously competition. Filmed on August 25, 2017 at 9:39 p.m. on 42nd St. near Fifth Avenue, just steps from the New York Public Library. Edited in Splice by GoPro for iOS.