American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis read a monologuewritten by provocateur andprevious Milo Show guest, Alex Kazemi, during his latest podcast, blasting political correctness, Black Lives Matter, and the effect that the “liberal systematic narrative” has had on culture, in particular the Video Music Awards.
“I really, really hope that Lena Dunham doesn’t start turning into the Andrea Dworkin of our generation, yet another feminist, social justice warrior finding women as victims seemingly everywhere,” Ellis said at the 10:48 mark of his podcast on Monday.
“But it seemed as if the MTV awards were enshrined to this sort of thinking as well, going way out of their way to instil female empowerment, which is getting very, very boring,” he declared. “I’m not going to say that’s the reason that the VMA’s were down 35% this year, but I’m going to ask who the hell was the show for this year? There was nothing disturbing or shocking, no blurred lines, or stoned Miley bitching it out on stage with Nicki. There was no kind of rupture, and therefore no kind of fun.” – READ MORE
‘American Psycho’ Author Bret Easton Ellis Reads Monologue Blasting SJWs, BLM Pandering, Political Correctness
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