The founder of “Manbook” (think: FreedomBook) in his quest to end what he perceives as censorship on Facebook, or as he calls it, ‘fascist book’, has opted to threaten the lives of any females that try to join his crappy site. I’m not just saying it’s crappy – the server is very slow, and the owner can’t spell correctly.
His post is titled “Profiles with Womens Names Will Be Deleted.” [sic]
Raw Story reports:
The creator of ‘Manbook,’ identified as Joschua Boehm — but who also uses the names Peter Nolan, Peter-Andrew: Nolan, and Joschua-Brandon: Boehm — wrote on his newly-launched site, “We would ask you women to respect our rights as you wish your rights to be respected. If you are unwilling to respect our right to freedom of association do not expect men to respect your right to life. Ok?”
One man who disagreed with the new policy was called a “mangina” and another two readers’ email and IP addresses were posted.
I redacted the important details due to privacy concerns.
“We have called the site ManBook for a reason. We do not wish to have women present. We wish this to be a place where men and boys down to about the age of 16 can come and discuss the issues on their minds without the censorship of fascist book,” he writes while censoring anything from a female perspective.
“We do not wish to associate with women in this place. Period,” he adds.
To deter any women from signing up, he’s threatened to kill them.
In 2013, Nolan falsely identified a Ohio University student, claiming she filed a fake sexual assault claim against a fellow student, causing the misidentified young woman to have to leave school and delete her social media accounts after becoming a victim of online harassment.
Steve wrote in the comments, “You sound like a murderous, misogynistic fuckhead.” He added, “This “mission statement” or whatever regarding the exclusion of women from Manbook is chock full of veiled threats of violence. Real men don’t make threats.”
The manly Manbook owner responded:
Another reader disagreed and he called him a ‘mangina” and clarified that his initial threat to kill women wasn’t a veiled one. It was a promise.
Boehm writes, “So. Ladies. Learn what a right is and do not be violating the rights of other people, especially men, if you are not prepared to have your rights violated in return. Ok?”
My actual name is not a typical female’s name. It’s not a man’s name either. It’s just friggin’ weird. I’d stop by but I really don’t want anything to do with a site that releases personal information on their own readers. Please don’t kill me, Bro.
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