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‘Disgusting’ anti-feminist is branded ‘repulsive’ online 

‘Disgusting’ anti-feminist who urges men to date women aged 18-25 because they’re ‘less sexually experienced’ and will ‘submit’ more willingly is branded ‘repulsive’ online

  • Self-proclaimed ‘anti-feminist’ has been blasted by Twitter users over thread
  • He urged men to only date ‘young women’ between the ages 18-25
  • Claims they’re submissive, not financially independent and less sexually active
  • The thread was blasted ‘disgusting’, ‘repulsive’ and ‘sickening’ by users 

A self-proclaimed ‘anti-feminist’ has been blasted by Twitter users over a sexist thread urging men to date ‘younger women’. 

The Twitter user, who uses the handle @ShadayaKnight, posted a lengthy thread about the ‘benefits’ of dating a woman ‘aged 18-25’, including being with someone who is ‘less sexually experienced’ and ‘more likely to submit’. 

In one tweet he wrote: ‘[With older women, they’re more likely to challenge you, they believe you’re 50/50 in a relationship. Your role as the head, will be under constant scrutiny.’

The thread has racked up thousands of comments from people around the world as they rush to undermine the ‘repulsive’ and ‘disgusting’ comments. 

A self-proclaimed ‘anti-feminist’, pictured, has been blasted over a sexist thread urging men to date ‘younger women’. His name is not known but he uses @ShadayaKnight on Twitter

He posted a lengthy thread about the 'benefits' of dating a woman 'aged 18-25', including being with someone who is 'less sexually experienced' and 'more likely to submit'

He posted a lengthy thread about the ‘benefits’ of dating a woman ‘aged 18-25’, including being with someone who is ‘less sexually experienced’ and ‘more likely to submit’

The thread has racked up thousands of comments from people around the world, including the one above, as they rush to undermine the 'repulsive' and 'disgusting' comments

The thread has racked up thousands of comments from people around the world, including the one above, as they rush to undermine the ‘repulsive’ and ‘disgusting’ comments

The Twitter user, who is believed to live in Zimbabwe, says in his Twitter profile that he is ‘bringing back masculinity’. 

He started the thread by comparing dating younger women to women wanting to date successful men. 

He wrote: ‘Kings, in no way should you be ashamed for wanting to date younger women, nothing wrong with having standards. It’s just like when women say they want a tall, muscular, handsome, rich guy who owns a mansion & drives a Mercedes Benz. You too are allowed to have standards.’ 

The Twitter user, who is believed to live in Zimbabwe, says in his Twitter profile that he is 'bringing back masculinity'. He listed a range of reasons, including the ones above

The Twitter user, who is believed to live in Zimbabwe, says in his Twitter profile that he is ‘bringing back masculinity’. He listed a range of reasons, including the ones above

He continued by listing a wide range of bogus reasons, including the fact that younger women are ‘less likely to be unfaithful’ and are more likely to need the financial support of an older man. 

The shocking thread left fellow Twitter users shocked, with one noting the behaviour he was championing could also be viewed as warning signs of domestic abuse. 

One tweeted: ‘This is like a PSA for domestic violence. Ladies, if he’s afraid of you having your own money, & worried you won’t be impressed with him & wont “submit” to him, he will 100% abuse you. Run, girl, run!’

Twitter users roundly criticised the thread and claimed it was borderline abusive

Twitter users roundly criticised the thread and claimed it was borderline abusive 

Another added: ‘You keep using power dynamic examples as if they’re a good thing. You’re encouraging men to control young naive women in a way that can easily lead to an abusive relationship and the fact that you probably don’t care is so sad.’

 A third wrote: ‘Unfortunately that’s often when domestic abuse escalates to violence. When a partner is desperate for control in every aspect of the relationship, any resistance from their hostage is a huge threat to their delusions & fragile ego. Abusers “put them back in their place”.’

Several others noted that his criticisms of women only shone a light on his own insecurity. 

Several others noted that his criticisms of women only shone a light on his own insecurity

Several others noted that his criticisms of women only shone a light on his own insecurity

THE THREAD IN FULL 

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