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And So Continues Roy Den Hollander’s Crusade Against Injustice

Remember American hero and proud Business School alum (’97) Roy Den Hollander? The self-described antifeminist who sued Columbia for failing to offer a “men’s studies” course? Whatever, anyway, he’s back! And he’s suing mad, specifically about ladies’ nights at bars because what else?

This month, Hollander is arguing that when nightclubs offer all the ladies reduced-price drinks, they are discriminating. He then went on to conclude that since nightclubs get their liquor licences from the state, it’s not only the clubs but New York that is discriminating against him, Roy Den Hollander, and all of his kind.

The lawsuit was dismissed and Hollander called the judge a “feminist.” The end.

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  • Who the fuck says:

    @Who the fuck is angry about “ladies night”?!!!! What man could be against the idea of getting a bunch of cum spittoons drunk out of their minds so you can fuck them in the bushes around Earl and leave them for dead? Thats the ideal Friday night out…

  • GG watcher says:

    @GG watcher Bart Bass anyone?

  • Im glad says:

    @Im glad the B-school cordoned off Uris from Undergrads. I don’t want any of the disease they have.

    Also, Bwog, is this dude single/divorced?

    1. Hmm. says:

      @Hmm. My bet’s on ‘angry homosexual.’

  • uh... says:

    @uh... hmm, but women’s studies is inherently about constructions of gender — both male and female, and even about the artificiality of a binary. to recognize one side of the binary, you have to discuss the other.

    oh roy, what a silly (construction of) a “man”.

    1. BS detector went off says:

      @BS detector went off artificiality of the binary? XX and XY look real artificial to you? I’m assuming you weren’t referring to the exceedingly rare cases of Klinefelter’s syndrome and the like, either.
      See, he’s an asshole for pushing this type of lawsuit, but people like you are no less assholes for feeding him bullshit like “artificiality of the binary.”

      1. ... says:

        @... XX = girls, XY = boys, YY = crazy dude who sues bars for having ladies nights. see! the artificiality of the gender binary is legit.

      2. Not the above but says:

        @Not the above but to my understanding what’s artificial is the idea that XX and XY are the be-all end-all of ‘gender’, and that there are ONLY these two categories in what is (for all practical purposes as well as purposes of study) a social construct.

        1. .... says:

          @.... Oh for fuck’s sake. Gender is not a “social construct,” get over it.

  • well says:

    @well I’d be mad if I were that ugly too

  • sweet says:

    @sweet another gem graduated from the b-school. i bet he seals his envelopes of money for alma mater with a kiss.

  • He's right says:

    @He's right Ladies’ night ought to mean reduced-price ladies.

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