Roy Hollander’s Chastity Oath for Men

And by “chastity oath,” we mean “becoming a co-defendant in his Title IX lawsuit against Columbia’s Women Studies department and never get invited to another pillow fight at Barnard. Ever.” Caught circulating CU’s “Noble Freedom Warrior” Libertarian email list:

From: Roy Den Hollander

Date: Oct 24, 2008 11:58 AM

Subject: [CCL] Columbia Lawsuit

To: [redacted]@columbia.edu

Dear Libertarians,

I’m a graduate of the Columbia Business School and a lawyer who is currently suing Columbia University because its Women’s Studies program discriminates against male students and male alumni and violates the First Amendment establishment clause concerning religion.

The case is a class action lawsuit, and I am currently looking for Columbia students or organizations to join as plaintiffs. All expenses are being picked up by the MR Legal Fund.

I can be contacted at [redacted]@yahoo.com or (917) [redacted].

Thanks

Roy

Over on the Philolexian Society’s list, they’re replying to Roy with chicks-with-dicks porn. But to discuss the impressive girth of Philo’s collective silicone phallus is to beg the question: MR (that’s misogynspeak for “Men’s Rights”) Legal Fund exists? And… has money?

27 Responses to “Roy Hollander’s Chastity Oath for Men”

  1. Hugh Jazz Says:

    Would women tolerate men’s studies on campus?

  2. Hugh Jazz Says:

    Would women tolerate men’s studies on campus?

  3. Hugh Jazz Says:

    Would women tolerate men’s studies on campus?

  4. p '11 Says:

    “Violates the First Amendment clause concerning religion”? WTF? I’m pretty sure that Women’s Studies isn’t a religion. And even if it was, Columbia isn’t a public institution, which means that they can promote any religion they want. Just look at Jesuit schools like BC and Georgetown or yeshivahs for that matter.

    I could go on, but I’ll just say that he’s a lawyer? He really needs to actually read the Constitution…

  5. p '11 Says:

    “Violates the First Amendment clause concerning religion”? WTF? I’m pretty sure that Women’s Studies isn’t a religion. And even if it was, Columbia isn’t a public institution, which means that they can promote any religion they want. Just look at Jesuit schools like BC and Georgetown or yeshivahs for that matter.

    I could go on, but I’ll just say that he’s a lawyer? He really needs to actually read the Constitution…

  6. p '11 Says:

    “Violates the First Amendment clause concerning religion”? WTF? I’m pretty sure that Women’s Studies isn’t a religion. And even if it was, Columbia isn’t a public institution, which means that they can promote any religion they want. Just look at Jesuit schools like BC and Georgetown or yeshivahs for that matter.

    I could go on, but I’ll just say that he’s a lawyer? He really needs to actually read the Constitution…

  7. @ Hugh jazz Says:

    No. Sue away Roy!!

    The liberal idiots at Columbia need to be taught a lesson. It’s just like the moonbat left wing to respond to emails with porn attached.

  8. @ Hugh jazz Says:

    No. Sue away Roy!!

    The liberal idiots at Columbia need to be taught a lesson. It’s just like the moonbat left wing to respond to emails with porn attached.

  9. @ Hugh jazz Says:

    No. Sue away Roy!!

    The liberal idiots at Columbia need to be taught a lesson. It’s just like the moonbat left wing to respond to emails with porn attached.

  10. Columbia 11 Says:

    Nothing says trust my legal expertise like an @yahoo.com email address. I wonder if he’s also going to ask me to unblock a milcheck as Royalty of Uganda?

  11. Columbia 11 Says:

    Nothing says trust my legal expertise like an @yahoo.com email address. I wonder if he’s also going to ask me to unblock a milcheck as Royalty of Uganda?

  12. Columbia 11 Says:

    Nothing says trust my legal expertise like an @yahoo.com email address. I wonder if he’s also going to ask me to unblock a milcheck as Royalty of Uganda?

  13. anonymous Says:

    I’m glad that somebody else pointed out the lunacy of talking about the establishment clause. Surely no one that ignorant of the constitution could ever pass the Bar right?

  14. anonymous Says:

    I’m glad that somebody else pointed out the lunacy of talking about the establishment clause. Surely no one that ignorant of the constitution could ever pass the Bar right?

  15. anonymous Says:

    I’m glad that somebody else pointed out the lunacy of talking about the establishment clause. Surely no one that ignorant of the constitution could ever pass the Bar right?

  16. Anonymous Says:

    For those who think women wouldn’t tolerate a “men’s studies” program, you should know that men’s studies is actually a growing field of study and courses in men’s studies are taught on many college campuses. Also, why does women’s studies discriminate against men? There are many men who major or minor or take courses in women’s studies (as there are women who work in the field of men’s studies). Perhaps you should do a little research on these academic programs before you post.

  17. Anonymous Says:

    For those who think women wouldn’t tolerate a “men’s studies” program, you should know that men’s studies is actually a growing field of study and courses in men’s studies are taught on many college campuses. Also, why does women’s studies discriminate against men? There are many men who major or minor or take courses in women’s studies (as there are women who work in the field of men’s studies). Perhaps you should do a little research on these academic programs before you post.

  18. Anonymous Says:

    For those who think women wouldn’t tolerate a “men’s studies” program, you should know that men’s studies is actually a growing field of study and courses in men’s studies are taught on many college campuses. Also, why does women’s studies discriminate against men? There are many men who major or minor or take courses in women’s studies (as there are women who work in the field of men’s studies). Perhaps you should do a little research on these academic programs before you post.

  19. Anon Says:

    …really? There are legit men’s studies classes? The whole point of women’s studies is that everything already IS men’s studies.

  20. Anon Says:

    …really? There are legit men’s studies classes? The whole point of women’s studies is that everything already IS men’s studies.

  21. Anon Says:

    …really? There are legit men’s studies classes? The whole point of women’s studies is that everything already IS men’s studies.

  22. Ashley Says:

    This is completely ridiculous. It does not deserve our time, energy, and attention.

  23. Ashley Says:

    This is completely ridiculous. It does not deserve our time, energy, and attention.

  24. Ashley Says:

    This is completely ridiculous. It does not deserve our time, energy, and attention.

  25. RoyDenHoland Says:

    Obviously a sick man this Roy Den Hollander and a looser at heart! Its no wonder his ex left him, he would probibly like to think she married him for a GC but in reality she probibly made the mistake and thought he was normal LOL

  26. RoyDenHoland Says:

    Obviously a sick man this Roy Den Hollander and a looser at heart! Its no wonder his ex left him, he would probibly like to think she married him for a GC but in reality she probibly made the mistake and thought he was normal LOL

  27. RoyDenHoland Says:

    Obviously a sick man this Roy Den Hollander and a looser at heart! Its no wonder his ex left him, he would probibly like to think she married him for a GC but in reality she probibly made the mistake and thought he was normal LOL

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