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Men’s Rights jackass Paul Elam: Cosby’s accusers “just a bunch of drug whoring [oh it gets worse]”

Two of Bill Cosby's accusers, with attorney Gloria Allred
Two of Bill Cosby’s accusers, with attorney Gloria Allred

Apparently looking to score clicks from controversy, Men’s Rights douchebag-in-chief Paul Elam has resorted to an old tactic of his: acting like the world’s biggest asshole. This time he’s attempting to gin up traffic on the backs of Bill Cosby’s 40-plus accusers.

In a post on A Voice for Men yesterday that is repugnant even by his standards, Elam asks if the women who say Cosby drugged and raped them are really victims, or “just a bunch of drug whoring star fuckers?” 

Though the post insinuates more than it accuses, it’s pretty clear what Elam’s answer to that particular question is, and at the end he simply declares that, until Cosby is found guilty in a court of law,

all I see in this is a bunch of greedy women who commoditized their bodies like groupies who managed to get backstage at a rock concert.

Even Cosby’s admission, in a court deposition recently made public, that he’d used Qualudes to score “sex” from women doesn’t suggest to Elam that perhaps the stories of Cosby drugging and raping women might actually be true.

“Big fucking whoop,” Elam writes.

Women have been trading gash for stash for as long as I can remember, and they still are.

Saying that Bill Cosby gave women ludes to loosen them up for sex is about as worthy of pointing out as the likelihood is that those women loosened Cosby’s grip on his drugs by sticking their tits in his face.

Indeed, Elam comes close to suggesting that the real victims in this alleged “gash for stash” trade are the poor men forced to pay for the drugs that the women get for “free.”

[T]here is a healthy percentage of women who  are just fine with the idea that dick comes with drugs. …

Think and say what you want about Bill Cosby, the quintessence of drug culture sexual hookups is product for poontang.

What about these particular women? Elam cranks his douche-o-meter up to 11, and writes

My guess is that the only thing happening here is that the lowbrow party girls that glommed onto Bill Cosby and spread like warm peanut butter are just coming back for more.

Did Bill Cosby use his fame, fortune and pharmaceuticals to grease the wheels of his sex life? Probably yes, I think. That is the kind of grease that a lot of women yearn to bathe in.

He then attacks Cosby’s accusers — or at least the overwhelming majority of them — for being … old.

[A]ll but one or two of the long list of alleged victims are now so far past their sexual shelf-life that they could not trade sex for a ten dollar bag of Mexican schweg.

Double dipping the Cosby Cash may well be all some of them have.

There really aren’t enough “fuck yous” in the world for me to respond to that properly.

Elam is clearly desperate to hold onto what remains of his relevance as the Men’s Rights movement’s brief moment of, er, glory in the media fades. Facing endless and often justifiable criticism from MGTOWs and Red Pillers and #GamerGaters alike, Elam hasn’t been able to convince many outside of his little cult that he’s the Men’s Rights statesman he seems to think he is.

In recent months, he’s been trying to recast himself as a Warren-Farrellesque “life coach” for troubled men, but the last time I looked at the appointments calendar on his An Ear for Men site, it wasn’t clear if even a single man had availed himself of Elam’s pricey “services.” (I haven’t been able to reach the site today.)

So Elam is returning to the blatantly misogynistic rhetorical poop-flinging that got him attention in the first place. Sadly, it seems to be the only thing he’s actually any good at.

To paraphrase Elam himself, double dipping in hate may well be all he has.

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Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
6 years ago

@Chie

I hate “Axe wound” more than anything, there’s just too strong an overtone of violence against women.

alaisvex
alaisvex
6 years ago

I know a lot of people hate the “c” word, but to me, “gash” is one of the most hateful euphemisms for female genitals out there.

You totally ninja’d me. I completely, 100% agree. It’s also rich coming from guys who are obsessed with getting access to an orifice that they apparently consider to be the equivalent of a gaping wound.

magnesium
6 years ago

Yeah, even for Elam, this rant stinks of trying to hard. He must be hard up for cash. It’s unfortunate that his internet fame has made him unemployable. When the angry man gravy train runs out, he’s going to have a rough go of things.

Imperator Kahlo
Imperator Kahlo
6 years ago

@Chie Satonaka

Couldn’t agree more. It’s surpassed only by (I’m sorry everyone) ‘axe wound’.

::vomits for days::

Equating female genitalia with horrific injuries. The misogyny is glaringly obvious.

girlscientist
girlscientist
6 years ago

@Chie Satonaka:

Yeah, me too. That word is just dripping in malice. I’ve only ever heard it in quotes from MRAs on this site, but sometimes it’s in my mind and it makes me shudder.

magnesium
6 years ago

Ooo, apparently the Honeybadgers’ disbarred, fraudulent law-talkin’-guy has posted a legal draft against the Calgary Expo https://archive.is/JxfRh

It includes some interesting math.

bekabot
bekabot
6 years ago

Elam is clearly desperate to hold onto what remains of his relevance as the Men’s Rights movement’s brief moment of, er, glory in the media fades.”

Couldn’t agree more.

ELAM: “Guess what, you’re past your sell-by date.”

Well, he’d know.

morrizaurus
6 years ago

@Bina I forgot he was a anti drugs coach; which somehow makes this rant more repugnant.

The whole “not commenting until there’s a verdict” bullshit, sure, there’s enough public knowledge about it to predict the verdict but it wouldn’t be unfair of me to label someone as guilty before he faces trial.

UNLESS we’re talking about a woman, then she better be prepared to answer to me and a mob of assholes since she’s guilty of anything she can’t prove she isn’t

weirwoodtreehugger
6 years ago

Agreed on the hatred for gash and ax wound. They also imply violence against women to me.

morrizaurus
6 years ago

I meant: “wouldn’t be fair”*
Double negative betrays me again

Bluecollarnerd
Bluecollarnerd
6 years ago

Futrelle, I demand a deep dream pic of Paul Elam, and by demand I mean I think it would be really funny.

weirwoodtreehugger
6 years ago

The waiting for a verdict before commenting thing is just stealth rape apologia IMO. You’re innocent until proven guilty in the eyes of the courts. But everyone has the right to form an opinion based on the available evidence. I don’t hear people being scolded to wait until a guilty verdict comes in before judging someone when it’s any other crime being discussed. It’s only rape and other violence against women or girls that you see this standard.

I don’t know why Elam is bothering with dog whistle rape apologia when he spouts so much overt rape apologia though.

Dawn Incognito
Dawn Incognito
6 years ago

My reading of “gash” is that MRAs see the vagina as a wound where the penis should be. Since all correct people have penises, obviously. [/sarcasm]

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
6 years ago

I spent at least an hour, time I cannot get back even if I tried, reading some delusional dude telling a woman who expressed that she is a rape victim survivor’s group organizer that he started a petition asking the FBI to investigate not only Cosby’s victims, but the woman, her rape victim support group members, and the supporters of said group. She signed the petition and encourages others to do so, as it will indirectly result in Cosby’s being investigated too. She also gave Cosby’s lawyer a heads up about the petition and it’s targets – the best results that could come from this petition is Cosby’s victims getting closure if not civil court provided justice; Cosby’s legacy reflecting the truth about him (rapist who drugs women not beloved tv dad); the guy behind the petition facing a civil complaint against him and a gag order to make him shut his big dumb mouth.

lightcastle
lightcastle
6 years ago

@Scented Hard Fucking Chairs
[blockquote]Hell, even Whoopi Goldberg’s said he’s guilty, and she’s the only person left on the planet who thinks Roman fucking Polanski is innocent.[/blockquote]

Wait, did she change her tune? Last I heard she was still defending him. (I’ve been without internet for a while.)

lightcastle
lightcastle
6 years ago

Never mind, found it. Good to see.

lightcastle
lightcastle
6 years ago

@Alais

Um…no, he didn’t say that he traded drugs for sex in his deposition. He said that he got drugs that he could slip to women to make it harder for them to resist.

Ok, that I can’t find. The transcript I saw doesn’t say that at all. (He specifically refuses to answer the question of whether he gave it to anyone unknowingly.) Did something new come out?

Bazia
Bazia
6 years ago

“So Elam is returning to the blatantly misogynistic rhetorical poop-flinging that got him attention in the first place.”

I think this article is trying too hard to be uncouth and disgusting. I have noticed AVFM was trying to re-brand and A Voice for Ear (An Ear for Voice, sorry) was a way of easing the old man out.

He seems to be trying to show somebody, most likely himself, that he still has the old hate flame. But though he says the words he doesn’t deliver them any more. I don’t believe them. Before, he was a hater. Now, he’s a calculating poser. He wants a reaction, but I’m not feeling the ghastliness that used to truly be there. It’s got a pathetic feel.

FifthInterval
6 years ago

Elam’s comments are based on knowing literally nothing about the topic. Literally. Nothing.

alaisvex
alaisvex
6 years ago

@Sorry if I wasn’t clearer. I meant that Cosby’s testimony didn’t say or imply that he was trading drugs for sex. Rather, it sounded as though he got them to give to women so that it would be easier for him to have sex with them. His lawyer wouldn’t let him answer a question about whether or not he gave the drugs to any women without their knowledge, which seems rather suspicious. Why not let Cosby issue a denial? Perhaps it was to avoid having him incriminate himself further?

lightcastle
lightcastle
6 years ago

Thanks. I was wondering if there was more that I had missed.

childrenofthebroccoli
childrenofthebroccoli
6 years ago

The thing that all of the “innocent until proven guilty” people are missing is that Cosby is escaping prosecution not because of a lack of evidence, but because the statute of limitations ran out. (Also, innocent until proven guilty is a legal concept, and doesn’t apply to the court of public opinion, but I digress). We have more than enough evidence to determine Cosby’s guilt, it’s just that the criminal justice system legally can’t do anything about it, because of its own rules. So we have to settle for his victims suing his ass off, and the rest of society shunning and disavowing him. But petitioning the FBI is a massive waste of time.

brooked
6 years ago

Bill Cosby’s victims? Or just a bunch of drug whoring star fuckers?

Elam is using what Jon Stewart identified as “The Cavuto” way back in 2006.

http://on.cc.com/1rxd5OW

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