Can you silence a sexist through moral narcissism?

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Narcissism is in the news again. The latest word comes from the Evening Standard, which takes quite an interesting perspective on the topic. 

“The self-described pick-up artist Julien Blanc is, by now, an international poster-boy for being a complete and utter prick. Heres a man who boasts of walking around in Japan grabbing the heads of passing women and pulling them towards his crotch: in Tokyo, if youre a white male, you can do what you want. He tweeted a graphic describing the power dynamics of domestic abuse and joked that it was a checklist for #howtomakeherstay. He takes money from credulous boys for boot-camp seminars on how to manipulate women into bed.”

Read the full article at the link below.

Are you in a narcissistic relationship? Read It’s Not Supposed to Hurt: Overcoming Toxic Love and Narcissism in Relationships. 

 

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