I posted about Roy Den Hollander a while back, the man who sued and lost arguing that ladies' night is unconstitutional discrimination against men. The Supreme Court won't be hearing his case. One has to wonder if he's, um, serious. This has to be an elaborate piece of performance art that will later be a movie along the lines of Borat, right?
"Of course, the three females on the court probably voted against it," Mr. Den Hollander said on Thursday. "Fighting for the rights of men is not very popular thing to do in America these days.
Mr. Hollander said that the basis of his case is that feminism is a religion.[...]
"When I go to a club and I'm looking at some young babe, I do not have malice in my heart," he said. "When some great looking 20-year-old babe is walking down the street, it is not malice in my heart that I'm feeling."
Mr. Den Hollander refused to reveal his age because it might hurt his chances picking up younger women at bars. He said he looks younger than his true age and that "I want to continue to exploit the infinite capacity of females to delude themselves."
I'm guessing he's 55-ish from the photo that appeared in the Times. He also complains that young women won't buy him drinks in bars. I can't imagine a single reason why they wouldn't.