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Daryush Valizadeh [1] born June 14, , [2] also known as Roosh Valizadeh , Roosh V and Roosh Vorek , is an American [3] blogger, pickup artist , [4] [5] [6] and writer known for his posts related to the manosphere. Roosh writes on his personal blog [7] and also owns the Return of Kings website, [8] Roosh V Forum, [9] [10] and Kings Wiki, [11] [12] where he publishes articles by himself and others on related subjects.

Roosh has self-published more than a dozen sex and travel guides, most of which discuss picking up and having sex with women in specific countries. Roosh was born in the United States in He has said that "My parents are Middle Eastern immigrants so racially I'm not American but Iranian and Armenian, though I don't speak their languages.

Roosh calls his system of beliefs [18] "Neomasculinity", which he describes: Neomasculinity combines traditional beliefs, masculinity, and animal biology into one ideological system. It aims to aid men living in Westernized nations that lack qualities such as classical virtue, masculinity in males, femininity in females, and objectivity, especially concerning beauty ideals and human behavior.

It also serves as an antidote for males who are being programmed to accept Western degeneracy, mindless consumerism, and immoral state authority. Roosh started his writing career with pickup tips, but says, "My current work features it much less so I don't presently identify as a 'PUA,' [pick-up artist] though I stand by my older work.

His ideas have been described as " red pill " a reference to the movie The Matrix , and as based on "politically incorrect realism". He went on to say that women abstain from having sex with them in preference for "bad boys". Roosh advocates adherence to traditional heteronormative roles for men and women, and believes that feminism has harmed women, men, and society in general.

Smith, [27] and others, Roosh does not consider himself one, and has called men's rights activists "sexual losers" and "bitter virgins". He has expressed qualified support for Donald Trump.

By Roosh had changed his focus from pickup advice to political commentary. His book Free Speech Isn't Free discusses ways in which, he says, straight men are denied freedom of speech. In , The Washington Post columnist Caitlin Dewey stated that Roosh was one of a number of internet writers considered misogynist, writing: In February , The Daily Dot magazine named Roosh "The Web's most infamous misogynist" and observed "his extraordinarily vitriolic and misogynistic views about women and society as a whole".

In May , Roosh commented with regard to the Isla Vista killings , in which gunman Elliot Rodger shot several people after writing a manifesto attributing his actions to frustration over his inceldom , that his community "is the solution to this sort of murder rampage" and that "exposing him to game may have saved lives". In February , Roosh was criticized for a blog post that he wrote titled "How to Stop Rape" in which he proposed legalising rape on private property.

If rape becomes legal, a girl will not enter an impaired state of mind where she can't resist being dragged off to a bedroom with a man who she is unsure of—she'll scream, yell, or kick at his attempt while bystanders are still around. If rape becomes legal, she will never be unchaperoned with a man she doesn't want to sleep with. After several months of advertising this law throughout the land, rape would be virtually eliminated on the first day it is applied.

Smith at the online magazine xoJane asserted that "we need to talk openly not just about how many MRAs [men's rights activists] like Roosh promote rape and violence against women, but how many of them may be rapists themselves". Roosh has since said that the post was meant as satire, arguing that its very title indicates that it was not intended as pro-rape advocacy. Nix also lodged a complaint against Roosh with the police, saying that he had incited his followers to make rape and death threats against her.

The petition and protest were in response to plans by Roosh to give speeches in Toronto and Montreal. Roosh stated that the event location was changed to a different venue and took place on August 8 as scheduled with about 34 people in attendance.

Before Roosh's scheduled speech in Toronto on August 15, city councillor Norm Kelly and mayor John Tory denounced Roosh and encouraged city venues to turn him away, declaring publicly that he was not welcome in Toronto. Both Roosh and the protestors declared victory in their dispute over his appearances in Canada. The Icelandic publication DV published a number of stories about Roosh's release of his book Bang Iceland , calling it "derogatory".

Norwegian Dagbladet newspaper questioned the morality of Roosh's seduction tactics in an article warning about the rise of the "manosphere". The increased number of male visitors inspired by the article raised security concerns. His books Bang Estonia , Don't Bang Latvia , and Bang Lithuania were met with a generally negative reaction from media outlets of those respective countries, where he was described as a "sex tourist". They also post pictures and personal information about women for men that live nearby to stalk and threaten them.

His self-published guides encourage sexual assault. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Roosh V Roosh V in Founding Return of Kings Pick up artistry. Retrieved April 1, A Voice for Men. Retrieved August 13, Archived from the original on November 12, Here's what they're like in person". Women Only Marry for Money". The "make rape legal" guys cancel meetups because they don't feel safe".

Retrieved 21 August Blogger Makes Misogyny Watch List". Southern Poverty Law Center. Retrieved August 6, A brief guide to the controversial men's rights movement". Retrieved 2 February Retrieved August 9, The Art of Seduction The Game: An Uncomfortable Book About Relationships. Retrieved from " https: Views Read Edit View history.

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Tipping in Denmark Ask Question. What are the usual rules for tipping in Denmark? I'm especially interested in: Archeg 1 3 7. We simply don't use tipping in Denmark so don't worry about it. Tipping simply doesn't happen in Denmark. What a nice country! You will find that the asked prices are correspondingly high to match, but we like it that way.

Our cultural self-image is aggressively egalitarian, and many people here prefer paying a fair price in a commercial transaction over having to play the "rich benefactor handing out pittances" charade that seems to be expected abroad. My biggest problem in tipping is not money, but rather the game you are talking about, I just do not know how to play.

Am I giving too much? Am I giving too little? I always feel guilty no matter how much tips I leave. Does this apply to cash transactions as well? Norway is very similar in this regard; but if someone is out at, say, a bar, and they purchase a beer for 48 kr; leaving the 2 kr in change is quite common. Mixxiphoid I live in Belgium and the only time I saw a credit-card terminal asking for a tip, the person who was paying my father mistakenly entered his 4-digit pin as a tip Aug 4 '16 at To slightly disagree with Henning Markholms answer, being a fellow dane.

Some bars will have a large glass on the counter for tips. But nothing is expected. Bent 5 9. No wonder I felt so comfortable there! It's a relatively large bakery chain, but also one of the only places that opens before 10 a. When you walk in the first thing you'll need to do is grab a number from one of little ticket dispensers on the counter. There not just for decoration like at the grocery stores here - in Denmark, wherever there's a line there are invariably also tickets.

If you choose the snegl out of the overwhelming array of delicious looking options, you'll get a buttery, flaky pastry rolled with cinnamon and topped with icing. There are several varieties to choose from if that doesn't sound appealing, including one without the cinnamon that features colorful round sprinkles. I would tell you what to try when you make it to this indoor market, but that would take away half the fun.

Similar to the urban food markets La Boqueria in Barcelona and Borough Market in London, Torvehallerne Market offers more than 80 different stalls where artisans sell everything from smoked fish and meats, to cheeses, vinegar, take-away lunches and pastries.

Give yourself plenty of time to peruse the selections but the best way to taste it all might be to assemble a picnic style lunch. We spent the morning gathering a nice variety of smoked meats, cheese, bread and salads sampling everything as we went , all of which we had packed up for the road so we could enjoy it after a few hours of sight-seeing.

As of this year you can check out a Mikkeller outpost in San Francisco , but the Mikkeller Bar in Copenhagen is the headquarters of sorts for this mysterious microbrewery. Since being started by two homebrewers in , Mikkeller has won Danish Brewery of the Year twice, which is pretty impressive considering there's no real home base or brewery to speak of. As you might expect Mikkeller Bar's aesthetic is distinctly Danish with minimalist tables jutting out of the wall in lieu of high tops, and an awesome green floor and black subway tiles behind the bar.

There are 20 beers on tap all of which will probably offer a pretty unique flavor - the brewery goes out of the way to "challenge the concept of good beer and move people.

The light orange-colored lambic style beer is moderately sour in both taste and smell but well balanced and totally enjoyable. If you're craving Italian, there's great food to be found at Un Mercato, a casual eatery located at the Torvehallerne Market. The idea here was to create a cafeteria-like ambiance with restaurant-level food and they've executed excellently. Almost all of the seating is outside on a charming patio with heaters and blankets available if you get chilly.

The specialty here is roasted meats, all of which are grilled in the restaurant's large brass grill. The half chicken is delicious but if you opt for the linguine with clams you'll get a taste of Copenhagen's fresh seafood mixed with tomatoes, garlic and just a touch of lemon.

You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in! Amass opened this summer to "the largest international interest in a new Danish restaurant ever," according to booking statistics from Danish online portal DinnerBooking.

Because owner and chef Matt Orlando is the former head chef at Noma, though to be fair that's just one of many notable aspects of his resume. To put it simply, this guy and this place are going to be big. Orlando, who started his career in San Diego, has said he doesn't want to create another overly expensive, white tablecloth restaurant and has done everything to create a more casual vibe at Amass. But despite the street art-style mural on the wall, the food is the same style of modern Nordic cuisine for which Noma has become known.

The menu changes constantly but if your lucky you might get to taste something like the foie gras with raw shrimp and bread crumbs pictured above, or better yet the egg yolk with virgin butter and grass that's an unforgettable experience of textures. For dessert there might still be milk ice cream with crouton and olive oil, accompanied by some sort of seasonal fruit. It's like a cross between panna cotta and sorbet with extra crunch from the chunks of bread. For our visit sommelier Bo Bratlann had selected a unique line up of varietals including an excellent dry Riesling and most memorably, an orange wine that would do a good job of convincing nay-sayers that orange wine doesn't suck.

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Out & About – a guide to the gay bars, cafés and restaurants in Copenhagen had been worn on the clothing of male homosexuals in concentration camps, of the counter-culture) where BBF holds weekly meetings and starts basis-groups . Tomato waffles Photo of Sidecar - Copenhagen, Denmark. . Last but not least I liked the fancy water dispenser at the counter - water flavoured with lemon and. Bonalas: Wonderfull cafe in Svaneke - See traveler reviews, 46 candid The guy at the counter informed us that we won't be able to order pizza to stay.