Salon.com, a leading online gossip magazine for cosmopolitan ladies, recently published Lauren M. Fox’s feelings about her experience at the 2013 NPI Conference in Washington, D.C. Her story mentioned my presentation at the event:
“…the conference was open to any number of overlapping topics that might attract disaffected white youngsters. Jack Donovan, an anti-feminist writer and “advocate for the resurgence of tribalism and manly virtue,” served up his shtick.
Donovan has argued that feminists are trying to create “gender-neutral utopias” that will make men into “doughy bonobos and chunky Chaz Bonos playing out their endless manic-depressive melodramas in a big bean-flicking circle of sterility, sickness and desperation.”
“Do black people as a group care what happens to white people as a group? Does a Mexican dad with three babies care about whether some white kid from the burbs gets a summer landscaping job? Of course not,” Donovan said during his presentation, adding later, “You cannot play fair with people who don’t care if you get wiped off the map.”
I was pleased to read that my speech was quoted correctly, and I’d like to thank the lovely Ms. Fox for selecting such a fun, catchy line to tell readers more about my work. What a swell gal!
In other news, a bearded chap from Vice by the name of CJ Ciaramella seems to have enjoyed my “shtick” the most!
“Perhaps my favorite speaker was Jack Donovan, a writer from the “manosphere” who railed against the feminization of society and pens sweaty odes to masculinity. Donovan urged the crowd to become “barbarians” who live outside the state in like-minded, interdependent tribes.”