Roosh ist auf eine Liste gesetzt worden und kritisiert das diesbezügliche Denken:
It is clear that gender hate is now a one-way street. Men can hate women but not the other way around. Men can rape, women can’t. Men can be abusive, both physically and emotionally, but women can’t. Men can be misogynist, but women can’t be misandrist, a word that is unknown to most of the American population. Men can be described as lazy slobs who play video games all day, but women are perfect as-is in a country where there are organizations trying to convince you that being fat is both healthy and beautiful. Male teachers get sent to pound-me-in-the-ass prison if they have sex with a student, but female teachers only get a slap on the wrist. If you’re a man, you’re likely a perpetrator of hate, violence, and abuse to innocent American women, even if you don’t yet realize your thought crime, but never the other way around. If an American woman is being “strong” and “independent” by criticizing you, you best stop whining, man up, and accept her masculine behavior as the new normal in today’s glorious utopia.
If a group called RadFem is outed for advocating real hate and abuse to men—of fantasizing about killing men—then you should just ignore it. No media outlet will dare report on extreme feminists. They will not be put on any liberal think tank’s hate list. But if some guy teaches men how to get laid while making fun of women who have long since stopped acting like women, his name is not only put on such a list but it’s forwarded to law enforcement agencies across the country. If another man teaches men how not to get raped in divorce court or get his kids taken away, he’s advocating hate speech.
Letztendlich kritisiert Roosh damit, dass es im Mainstream üblicherweise nur ein Opfer geben kann und dieses weiblich sein muss. Das führt zu einem Doppelstandard, bei dem Fehlverhalten von Männern eher kritisiert wird als das Fehlverhalten von Frauen.