In comments boards discussing Bill O, I’m seeing too many males acting like p*ssy-whipped feminists in their words of hatred directed at the former Fox News personality.
I will defend the right of every unmarried man of any age to flirt, woo, ask for a date, ask for sex, and otherwise pursue ANY female of his choice.
I will not defend sexual assault. No “grab ’em by the p*ssy” without a signal from the lady first. I said SIGNAL, not a signed legal document.
The libertarian in me leaves me in a quandary regarding voluntary agreements between men and women to exchange sex for pay raises, promotions, etc. Notice the qualifying word VOLUNTARY in the statement. The freedom to reach voluntary agreements without interference by the state is an important right that shouldn’t be impaired by political correctness.
My principles exclude married men from having these rights. Via marriage, a man voluntarily gives up certain rights, including the right to pursue women.
Sorry guys, but those are my principles.
The turd p*ssified males commenting on O’Reilly seem to think that NO MAN has a right to woo a woman. These running dogs of feminism are sex traitors, betraying natural human behavior in favor of feminist political correctness.
Some men seem to be happy that their masculinity is being stripped away via the demonization of Bill O.
Today he lost his literary agent, on top of losing his talent agent earlier.
In the wake of sexual harassment allegations, Bill O’Reilly has been dropped by his literary agency, WME. This news comes on the heels of the ending of his relationship with his talent agency, UTA, earlier this week.
In a statement to Variety, WME said, “We no longer represent Bill O’Reilly for future deals. It is our fiduciary responsibility to service the existing deals we have under contract, but we will not be working with him moving forward.”
O’Reilly is the author of seven books in his “Killing” series, including the most recent “Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence.”
The former Fox News anchor has recently come under renewed criticism after news broke that 21st Century Fox had renewed his contract right after paying a $32 million settlement.
He was fired by Fox News in April following a New York Times report that he had been involved in settlements of harassment and sexual harassment claims with five women totaling $13 million, dating back to 2002. On Saturday, the Times reported that O’Reilly personally reached a settlement in January with former Fox News legal analyst, Lis Wiehl, for $32 million, a fee far larger than previously disclosed settlements. In February, Fox News set a long-term contract with O’Reilly that included a huge salary boost, to $25 million a year from around $20 million under his previous deal.
Talent agency UTA had informed O’Reilly that it would not be renewing his contract when his deal expires at the end of 2017, according to a person familiar with the matter. “Bill has already lined up alternative representation,” said Mark Fabiani, a spokesman for O’Reilly.
Fabiani had no comment on the WME decision.
A lot of sexual interaction takes place via nonverbal communication by women. A gesture, a smile, a head toss, a look–all of these come into play. Women, sober women anyway, are not programmed to walk up to a man and say, “F*** me. Now.” Only in porn …
Anyway, the feminist rules for male-female interaction are intended to apply to whites only. Thus, they are anti-white as well as anti-male.
My final observation is that O’Reilly’s sex habits or behavior toward women have nothing to do with his ability to write books (which were ghostwritten anyway). I hope he finds another agent and writes a memoir telling his side of the sexual harassment story.