Another Social Justice Warrior male feminist has been forced to resign from his job as a broadcaster after claims of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct were made public.
Jamie Kilstein, the co-host of the Liberal outlet Citizen Radio and an infrequent contributor to the Huffington Post, resigned from his job recently after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct was levied at the self-proclaimed comedian and former radio co-host.
“Recently, some disturbing allegations have been brought to my attention entailing several women who have accused Jamie of being manipulative, emotionally abusive, and predatory in his behavior. There had been murmurs of this in the past, but understandably, the women wished to remain anonymous, so I was never able to learn the full scope of what happened until very recently (a couple days ago). I want to be careful with what I say here because I don’t want to reveal anyone’s identity until they’re ready to speak publicly, but one of the victims was someone who worked for the show. Now that I have the full story, I am deeply upset and disturbed by what I’ve learned. This is why I asked Jamie to leave the show (he agreed) and why he’s agreed to seek therapy. I also wanted him to publicly post about what he’s done and apologize, but he declined to do that. I also wanted to be very clearly in the episode title and description why he was leaving the show. He declined.”
Kilstein wanted to keep things as low-key as possible based on what Kilkenny has posted on Facebook. The reason for this is likely due to the fact that Jamie Kilstein was very vocal on social media about being a Social Justice Warrior and a male feminist ally.
He made disparaging comments against #GamerGate, making some of the following comments, which were archived from October, 2014.
Kilstein also hosted programs on Citizen Radio decrying #GamerGate while propagating other typical “progressive” talking points. For example, they described episode #1113 with the following…
“Citizen Radio’s guide to not being racist, sexist, and awful on Halloween, the layers of oppression in the Washington high school shooting, how Governors Cuomo and Christie made the Ebola scare much, much worse, GamerGate: it’s about sexism, not ethics in journalism, rich people are ruining everything, and the NYPD shot an innocent woman again, but NBD because terrorism.“
Additionally, Kilstein contributed to a former Gawker subsidiary known as Wonkette, where he continued to push the Liberal progressive agenda up until around 2012.
What’s interesting is that on the Facebook post, some of the people close to Kilstein, and his ex-wife Kilkenny, admitted that they suspected as much from Kilstein. The Red Bar Radio Show had commented about this back in 2015.
A listener to Citizen Radio, Sara Davis Dean, also had suspicions about this as well, writing on the Facebook page…
“To be honest, I haven’t listened to CR much lately. I loved it for years, but somewhere along the line I started getting some bad vibes from Jamie. Something didn’t seem right. I also suffer from anxiety issues, so I’ve always been sympathetic to his, but there was something else there. It just felt like something went darker than usual. I hope he’s able to get the help he needs.”
This is identical to other situations involving male feminists and Social Justice Warriors. An author named Sun Patel lost publishing deals over allegedly abusing women. Matt Hickey was sued for fraud and charged with multiple accounts of rape, despite being a male feminist and SJW who was also against #GamerGate.
One of the more high-profile falls from grace came from Devin Faraci, former editor at Birth.Movies.Death, who was also accused by multiple women of sexually assaulting them, one of which was brought to light by his friend Movie Bob Chipman. Devin Faraci was also staunchly anti-#GamerGate.
It turns out that a lot of the journalists who were against reforming ethics in media journalism are actually women abusers.
More than than anything, this continues to highlight the fact that male SJW feminists have an actual misogyny problem.
(Thanks for the news tip Burch)
[Update:] Jamie Kilstein’s record label, Don Giovanni Records, announced via Facebook that they have dropped him from their label, writing…
“I want to let everyone know that moving forward we will no longer be working with Jamie Kilstein on any new material nor will we be distributing/selling the album we previously released from him.
“We believe all of the women involved and were able to come to a swift and easy decision without having to hear Jamie’s side of the story or anyone else’s.”
They acknowledge that they’ve listened to and believed the women who made the accusations and will not need proof of the claims, nor will they even hear Kilstein’s side of the story, foregoing any kind of due process relating to the alleged incidents.
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