Rape Will Be Made Legal In At Least 43 Countries, If This Men's Rights Advocate Has His Way

Val Powell

A U.S.-based anti-woman group is aiming to make rape legal across the globe, and the group has set up secret meet-ups and events in 43 countries.

American writer and pickup artist Daryush "Roosh V" Valizadeh has made the announcement via a website with an upcoming event called "Return of Kings," which would be held on Saturday, Feb. 6.

— Michael Koziol (@michaelkoziol) February 1, 2016

He told other antifeminists to "come out of the shadows and not have to hide behind a computer screen for fear of retaliation."

The website stated in the announcement that followers of the group should go to a public area in the location of the meeting, and then ask around the question, "Do you know where I can find a pet shop?"

Members of the group would then transport the member into a secret meeting place in which both women and members of the LGBT community are not allowed. Those who would attempt to gatecrash, however, would reportedly be filmed, and the footage would be sent to the group's "anti-feminist" network.

According to a report by The National, the group has organized meetings in Edinburgh and Glasgow, although the authorities think that Roosh V would not be in any of them.

— The National (@ScotNational) February 1, 2016

However, while most people believe that the group wants to legalize rape in general, Valizadeh argued in a previous post that he wants to legalize "rape" done on private property.

Reports have even called the event a make rape legal meeting, which could only spark conflicts with other human rights groups.

Society has been very lenient in taking care of men's rights, while every single act that is done against women automatically results in legal charges.

— Return Of Kings (@ReturnOfKings) January 29, 2016

Valizadeh said at the time that he had thought this through and could only think of one solution.

"Make rape legal if done on private property," he said.

He further elaborated that he wants to propose a law that the violent taking of a woman should not be punishable by law of the deed was not committed in public.

Unfortunately, it seems like several countries will not sanction the announced events.

"Sex without consent is rape. There are no excuses. If someone is drunk or drugged they cannot give consent," said a spokesperson for Police Scotland. The spokesman added that the authorities should do everything they can to prevent sexual assaults and rape, and to provide the necessary help for victims.

— STV News (@STVNews) February 1, 2016

That's when he thought of spreading his advocacy across the world.

Return of Kings, the make-rape-legal blog that Valizadeh put up, usually publishes content about misogynist and rape apology-themed topics. However, the usual meet-ups are described as a means to "allow masculine men to regularly bond and converse with each other."

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