On his Instagram, supposed entrepreneur whisperer Richard Cooper says his job is to “crush comforting lies you’ve been told, with the cold hard uncomfortable truth.” (Only beta males uphold correct comma usage.)
If you’ve never heard of him, you aren’t missing a whole lot; he is a misogynist YouTuber and podcaster who regularly doles out relationship “advice.” Cooper has hosted an event centered around warning men about the “hazards” of dating single mothers (their bodies are “ruined”), and (free of charge!)regularly tweets informative tips like the ones below:
His most recent lesson was a violently sexist tweet saying it was “gross” for women to train for ripped abs—and Twitter made sure it used his mantra against him.
He tweeted: “Why do women train for ripped abs? It’s because they want to look like men; truthfully, it’s gross. Lips, tits & hips. Men are simple; we want the classic beauty of a feminine hourglass shape. At no time in history did men ever want women with ripped abs.”
What has to be understood about Cooper is his stances, which lean heavily toward patriarchal control. He drives around expensive cars, wears monochromatic extra-medium shirts, and has a beard. He also runs a website catering directly to incels and other misogynists who’ve lost the will or desire to treat women as human beings.
Actual historians and other professionals went in on the “at no time in history” phrase, as if this woman-hater was an authority on time, space, or women.
What’s more, on top of his regular bashing on women, he’s a COVID denier and, apparently, a Trump supporter.
And Cooper believes the Canadian government “hates men” using a ridiculous comparison.