Roosh V, the founder of anti-gay hate group Return of Kings, has said that enjoying female butts is “a gateway to homosexual activity.”

The self-described ‘pick-up artist,’ whose real name is Daryush Valizadeh, has been ridiculed for posting a Twitter video on January 27 in which he tells viewers: “I officially declare myself a boob man.



“I am now all about the boobs, because being a butt man is just a gateway to homosexual activity,” continues the American, whose video has been viewed more than 2.8 million times.

He proceeds to call anal sex “gross,” telling his audience: “I say no to the back hole. I’ve never done anal sex in my life, I swear. I’ve never done it.”

“It’s gross. There’s doo-doo there”

— Roosh V about anal sex

“A couple of girls have gently enquired if I wanted to. I said: ‘No way.’ I know what comes out of that hole, that back hole, ’cause I got a back hole too,” Roosh V added.

“It’s gross. There’s doo-doo there. What, did you use a plunger or whatever, a scrubber to get all the faecal matter there? You didn’t do that, so why am I gonna put my penis in there?” he asks.

“I’m not stupid. I shower every day, I’m clean. Why would I put my penis in a butt? That’s crazy. Well, if I was watching anal sex porn all day, maybe I would do it. But I don’t.”

Roosh V faces backlash from appalled viewers

Commenters on the video have expressed their shock and hilarity at the views expressed by Roosh V.

One tweeted: “Fellas, is it gay if you’re into your girlfriend’s butt? I mean like… guys have butts too 😌🙊🤔👀.”

Another said: “Need to check in with Roosh every once in a while to test my brain function. If what he’s saying sounds stupid and doesn’t make any sense, it’s workin’.”

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Roosh V said that butts like this one lead men to have gay sex. (Pexels)

One person wrote: “I can’t wait to be gay from f**king lady butts. Any day now. Really looking forward to it,” while a different user was more concise, simply tweeting: “I’M DYING.”

Another commenter admitted: “I retweeted this and then realised from the context of the account that he’s probably serious and honestly that made me laugh even harder so i’m keeping the retweet.”

And one tweeter asked other commenters: “Can you even imagine owning yourself this hard, like can you even imagine?”

Roosh V is a listed extremist

The Southern Poverty Law Centre (SPLC) has defined Roosh V as an extremist who believes in male supremacy.

He has previously campaigned on his site to make rape on private property legal—”satirically,” according to him—and is described by the SPLC as “one of the most public and reviled online misogynists.”

“He acts as a ‘pick-up artist’ coaching men on how to have sex with women, sometimes regardless of their consent,” the description adds.

In 2013, he wrote an article on his site called: “10 Reasons Why Heterosexual Men Should Leave America.”

In the piece, he told readers: “I don’t care what gay people do in private, but it annoys me to be surrounded by their flamboyant, deviant, and abnormal behaviour in public.”

His group, Return of Kings, is defined as a hate group by the SPLC. Its website has articles with headlines like: “Don’t Let Your Girlfriends Have Homosexual Friends” and “When Her No Means Yes.”




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