5 Male Celebrities I’m Boycotting – And Why (In Their Own Words)

Yesterday I told you about five famous women whose TV shows and movies I refuse to watch because of their very public pro-abortion views and, in most cases, their financial support of Planned Parenthood. Today, I’ll tell you about five male celebrities I boycott.

Famous men are less likely in general to be vocally pro-choice, as the issue is still mistakenly viewed by some — especially pro-abortion advocates — as one in which men should have no say. This is ridiculous, since abortion is not just a women’s issue but a human rights issue. Also, organizations are less likely to use men to encourage women to support abortion. Something about it comes across as creepy… as you will see below.

I’ve counted down these pro-abortion dudes from least irritating to most exasperating, but they all certainly earned my boycott.

Kanye West: Monster?

5. Kanye West. He may be a talented musician, but West is no moral giant. Last February, he scored a lot of publicity with the following tweet:

an abortion can cost a ballin’ n**ga up to 50gs maybe a 100. Gold diggin’ bi**hes be getting pregnant on purpose. #STRAPUP my n**gas!

Let’s translate this into a form of English that is not intentionally stupid:

“An abortion can be more expensive than is strictly necessary for a rich man. Some opportunistic women will take advantage of your wealth and purposely become pregnant with your child in order to obtain funds from you. Ergo, my friends, I suggest you make use of prophylactics.”

I might not totally boycott Kanye if he had come to a different conclusion than “wear a condom.” If he had said, “Some women get abortions on purpose, and that’s just wrong,” I would still have a problem with him emphasizing losing money over losing a child, but he wouldn’t have made the top 5 list. Instead, West demonstrates the ulterior motive behind a lot of pro-abortion men who pretend to care about women’s rights and well-being, when what they really want is to separate a woman from her womb so she is easier to use for sex.

Eddie Vedder having deep thoughts.

4. Eddie Vedder. I grew up in the era of grunge, and Pearl Jam’s iconic album “Ten” was part of the soundtrack to my coming-of-age. I’m no longer much of a Pearl Jam fan, partly because I don’t want to support the career of the man who said this, in a semi-literate, navel-gazing Spin magazine article published in 1992:

Ten years old. That’s the age my child would have been. And I would not be here in Glasgow. I wouldn’t be in this band or traveling. And I wouldn’t have seen the liberal ways in which other countries we have visited deal with this issue. I wouldn’t have been asked to write this piece.

It’s hard for me to respect a man who ruminates on his aborted child and comes up with, “Instead of being a father, I get to do lots of neat rock star stuff, like travel to super cool places and write a really deep article about abortion and grow my hair out!”

He went on, unfortunately:

Perhaps I’ll have a child in the future, when I can provide properly. Who knows. But as individuals in this “free” country, we must have the right to choose when that time is right. A couple…is faced with an unwanted pregnancy; it makes no difference if there is no means of support… Yeah, there are programs to assist. Welfare and health programs that are constant victims of cutbacks. The child can sit in severely overcrowded classrooms and be taught by underpaid teachers.

Eddie Vedder just won first and second prize in today’s Profoundly Dumb Pro-Abortion Argument Contest. The runner-up: Not getting to maybe be a rock star. And the winner is: Classroom overcrowding.

Like a lot of famous people, Vedder has cultivated a persona of depth, compassion, and political sophistication, but behind the brooding expressions and flannel shirts is just another pretty idiot with an ill-formed — and deadly — opinion.

Bill Maher disapproves of your religion.

3. Bill Maher. From calling Sarah Palin a c-word and Michelle Bachmann a bimbo to being a defiant lifelong bachelor who dates Playboy models, it would seem pretty far-fetched for Maher to try to identify himself as an advocate for women. But, eschewing both shame and honesty, Maher purported to come to the rescue of pregnant women everywhere by suggesting a “new rule” to go along with informed consent laws requiring women to view ultrasounds before having abortions. On his HBO show Real Time, Maher said:

 If you can force a woman to look at a sonogram to see what will happen if she has an abortion, you also have to let her see a crying baby, a bratty five-year-old, and a surly teenager to see what will happen if she doesn’t.

Call me crazy, but it sounds to me like Maher is suggesting women kill their babies for the very pressing reason that one day they might be annoying or inconvenient.

There are lots of other reasons I boycott Maher, such as the fact that he is on the board of directors for PETA, a ridiculous organization that recently compared eating Thanksgiving turkey to eating human babies. Pretty exotic viewpoint for someone who has described his views as “sane” and “reasonable.”

Tucker Max, humanish creature.

2. Tucker Max. Author of the book (adapted into a movie no one saw) I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, Max is a fairly recent pop-culture phenomenon who became Internet-famous posting revolting short stories about his various booze-fueled sexual conquests on his website. It is almost impossible for me to quote this guy because everything he says is rancid, but here is a little gem for you that manages to be vulgar without any swear words:

The baby starts crying. The mom looks worried. I offer to help her make the baby stop. Stydie is skeptical, “Tucker, do you even know what to do with a crying baby?” I scoff, “Of course I do. You put it in a trash can.”

Haha! Hilarious, right? Well, maybe he’s just being satirical. Except he’s not. In fact, as Live Action has already pointed out, he devoted an entire chapter in one of his books to all the “sluts” he has talked into aborting his children.

There’s really nothing else to say about this guy, except that boycotting him is remarkably easy.

Hugh Hefner, "Feminist."

1. Hugh Hefner. If I told you everything about “Hef” that made him disgusting, this article would be a book. Besides helping convince a generation of women that taking off their clothes to be ogled by strangers and judged solely on their physical attributes is somehow “liberating,” and then making an astronomical fortune off said women, Hefner also directly contributed to the Roe v. Wade decision. Here he is in his own words. Have a bucket or plastic bag nearby before you read this:

In the 1950s and ’60s, there were still states that outlawed birth control,  so I started funding court cases to challenge that. At the same time, I helped  sponsor the lower-court cases that eventually led to Roe v. Wade.  We were the amicus curiae in Roe v. Wade. I was a feminist before there was such a thing as feminism. That’s a part of history very few people know.

That’s right, Hugh Hefner has called himself a feminist. Go ahead and laugh and/or cry. I’ll wait.

Note that it all started with birth control. This “liberating” invention, packaged in a condescending little pink compact so the working gal can pretend it’s just her powder puff, was embraced by men like Hefner because the woman who can’t get pregnant is much easier to use for pleasure and cast aside. But if that failed, Hef was doing his part to see to it that the “products of conception” could still be discarded by abortion.

Hugh Hefner has created an empire at the expense of the self-respect, wombs, hearts, and souls of countless women, not to mention the men he’s helped persuade that objectifying and using women is not only normal, but something to which they should aspire. Hefner was at the vanguard of a movement that was very successful in convincing mainstream America that a life of decadence and fornication is actually good and wholesome. Consider the short-lived but potent popularity of the reality TV show “Girls Next Door,” which chronicled the lives of Hefner’s three live-in “girlfriends.” To this day, he is viewed as a sort of demi-god by men everywhere who are the victims of a campaign against morality that has resulted not only in the unraveling of the American family but also, tragically, the loss of millions of lives to abortion.

“I’ve always felt I was on the side of the angels,” Hefner told Esquire. It’s bad enough to be a shameless cad, but when you set out to convince the world your libertinism is saintly, you earn special boogey-man points. And that is why if something has a Playboy bunny on it, or has anything to do with Hugh Hefner in any way, I stay away from it.

So there you have it: five men who don’t deserve my time or money. It may be useful to ask yourself who deserves yours. Is it enough to say you don’t approve of the message Hollywoood is sending, if you continue to subsidize the message?

Which is not to say that I’m perfect. For example, I really wanted to add pro-abort Kevin Bacon to my boycott list, but since he appears in aproximately 86% of all movies, I settle for scowling when he comes onscreen. It’s the least I can do.


Kristen Walker makes people mad on the Internet and sometimes tweets.

  • Sparky

    Congratulations, Kristen – if I’m not mistaken you managed to get through that with no morons and only one idiot. That’s a start.

    • I feel like I failed! But thanks for proving you can have a condescending, unpleasant tone without name-calling.

      • Don’t feel bad, Kristen. You’re just calling them as you see them. Some people are morons and some people are idiots. You didn’t make them that way but you can’t help but notice. Especially when they go to such great lengths to get everyone’s attention. Hollywood. What a waste of perfectly good dirt.

        • 12angrymen

          And how many of those in “Hollywood” donate their money and time to help the less fortunate? A good deal of them actually. So before you go lumping an entire group of people into the “dirt” category I suggest you withhold your judgement; especially since I bet you don’t personally know more than half of them (if any). 

          • Disciple

            @dd2be69f6b667e24d9934f48006db030:disqus If you’re responding to what I said about dirt, perhaps you should read it again. I said, and I quote: “Hollywood. What a waste of perfectly good dirt.” As in, the place, not the people. The email I received indicated that you responded to my comment. If you’re going to criticize my reply, then please be courteous enough to actually read it before responding.

  • notimportant

    Spot on about how entertainment objectifies women, and how that trickles down into everyday life. Women are so often only as valuable as what they can provide, according to Hollywood, advertising, media in general. Pretty is all well and good, but there is more to a woman than her physical shell.

  • Sarah M

    This perfectly exemplifies the mindset that fuels the abortion industry. I read statements like that and can’t imagine how people see abortion as pro-woman, as anything but violent. Thank you for writing this.

    • Tan Goblet

      We all born into an industry of death. Death begins at conception.

      • I thank God my mom had me. It is wrong for women to have an abortion. These kids did not ask to be put in these situations and now they are paying the paid for something there selfish parents are doing. If the woman or the man don’t want kids, there are many was to keep from having them. To me it is just selfish. Only thinking
         of themself. People know that if they have sex, it is possible for them to get pregnant. I’m sorry but IT IS WRONG!!!!!!!

      • Sue912

        so, your mom aborted you too then

      • To Tan:

        How can you put no value in life? What is it what has somehow convinced you that we live for death, breathe for death, begin and end with death? That murder is a nonentity if it’s done to the helpless? Do you honestly believe that? Maybe you’ve been hurt, and enough so that you let death become your world. But everyone has a chance to make things better…everyone except those whose chance is stolen, along with their life. In fact, I know that you have been hurt by the way you try to be tough. “Tough” does not exist. It’s a defense. No one can be hardened beyond feeling. So yes, you’re not happy. But condoning the murder of innocent children? Is this really how you avenge yourself?

        • Esmeralda Quintero

          I am going to have to say that I don’t believe Tan implied any kind of pro abortion support. He simply said that people now are being born into an industry of death. He is exactly right about that, and when he said that death begins at conception, well I believe that was more of a true sarcastic remark to abortion being legal. From conception a baby is not safe whatsoever as long as abortion is legal. So at any moment from conception to natural birth, a mother can kill her baby. The government doesn’t protect unborn children, so death from conception to natural birth is child abuse that mothers can actually get away with. 

  • bubbalouwee

    Fallen angels are devils.  Perhaps someone should inform Hugh Hefner. 

  • +JMJ+ @TotusTuusFamily

    Jeremy CAN’T speak in class today….because his dad aborted him…

    All very sad, Lord have mercy on their souls.

    • Tan Goblet

      The song “Jeremy” was written about a kid who killed himself in front of his classmates because he was born into a system that encouraged bullying. That kid, “Jeremy,” had he been aborted would then not have to suffer among assholes like yourself. 

      • Makka

        Yours, Tan, is an extremely weird point of view. I don’t understand people who, instead of trying to find a good solution for situations, settle for the lesser evil. I don’t settle for lesser evils, I go for what’s best, which in this case would be NO abortion and NO bullying. 

      • MongoDad

        It is sad that the hate, the irrationality, the illiteracy and profanity that is endemic to most blogs and comment strings even exist here on this one. I will pray for tan goblet.

      • Christine

        So let’s murder them first before they get to murder themselves, because suffering is to be avoided at all costs. What you’re saying is that you implicitly support his choice to commit suicide. What about all the other people who’ve suffered in worse ways, yet have risen above it and chosen to live? Who are you or anyone to decide who gets to live or die as a baby, simply because life sometimes brings suffering?

      • Carol Eubank

        Abortion is also a form of bullying. We have in place a system that tells women that they are responsible for the natural “mistakes” of being sexual “equals” in our culture. They are told the way to correct an unplanned pregnancy is to literally pay someone to cut and scrape away their living child out of their body and toss it away as if it doesn’t matter. Anyone who understands anything knows that if society doesn’t place value on the weakest little pre-born human beings – we will have a difficult time knowing when to stand up for them after they’re born, too.

      • Twiggyluvsyou

        Tan, you are assuming a lot. How do you know we are bullies? And are you suggesting “Jeremy” should have been aborted? 

      • Chpittman

        So Tan-your argument is that children who are bullied might as well be murdered. Okaaay.

      • vdw

        Yeah, just kill Jeremy before he’s born.  Nice solution Tan.  Why don’t we just kill the entire world population, then none of us have to suffer anything.   

      • Hovish13

        Abortion= child never having to be bullied? 

        How about you focus your energy on stopping bullying instead of advocating abortion? Then the child lives his/her life without suffering from a bully.  Win-win situation.

      • Guest

        So, Tan…let me see if I’m understanding what you’re saying: it would be better for a baby to be aborted so he/she won’t have to face the possibility of maybe being bullied later on in life? That has to be one of the dumbest trains of thought that I have ever heard.

  • Erin

    Ah . . . Eddie Vedder!  I too had to cut him loose long ago, and for pretty much your exact reasons.  I shudder to think of how much I adored such a soulless idiot back in the day, but then I remember exactly what a soulless idiot I was.  And all while I thought I was so compassionate.  If his (living) children ever find out that they could have had a sibling that Dad helped kill, Vedder may be in for a shock. I personally know of children who have felt serious betrayal upon learning of abortions within their parents’ pasts.  
    Prayers all around, and keep up the boycotts!

    • Tan Goblet

      Are you Eddie Vedder’s mother? You cut him loose? If so, he has written a lot of songs about you. You should reconcile with him so he doesn’t have to write his heathen songs anymore…

      • Mdea29

        Whoa, Tan, learn about idioms.

    • Rochelle

      Yeah, I heard a story where a girl was almost aborted because her GRANDPA didn’t want her. Her grandpa was trying to get his daughter (her mom) to have an abortion when her mom was 16 years old. Sure she shouldn’t have been having sex at that age, but why should the child be punished? Anyways, they couldn’t get an abortion (her mom was thankful, she didn’t want it) because she was too far along. She kind of felt betrayed by her grandpa but not from her mom.

  • Anonymous

    These guys should be boycotted but abortion is not the only crime against innocent life. Did The three grandchildren of Muammer Gaddafi deserve nato to ;bomb them into so many peices they were difficuat to retrieve for burial? Did the Libyans deserve their democratic peoples party with it committees and congresses representing every tribe and person (no criminal) to be swept away to have shariah law imposed and people butchers slaughtering them all in govt? Did the people of Sirte deserve to have their city they were living in bombed up, their houses whilst in them, their children in their beds?

  • Tan Goblet

    This is well written and I will boycott Bill Maher despite the abortion stuff. He sucks anyway.

    Anyway, remember when Dad bought us that CD boombox which led to me getting my first CD,  Pearl Jam’s “Ten?” I still have the disc! 

    Alvis bless us.

  • KDetrow

    That Tucker Max sounds like a real sweetheart. I bet his mother is proud.

  • Mike

    I like you.  You’re smart and you kick ass.

  • Cecilia

    Kanye West says:  Gold diggin’ bi**hes be getting pregnant on purpose.” 

    Well buddy, they can’t get pregnant with YOUR child without a little help from you.  Keeping your pants zipped up will stop her gold digging right in its tracks.  How do you like them apples? 

    Eddie Veder really has no clue where he’s be if his baby hadn’t been aborted.  He might have been just as much of a rock star and gotten to go all the places he’s gone.  When he got home from his tour, he could get in touch with the baby momma for some child visitation.  With a rock star’s income, paying child support should be no problem.  So what’s really the excuse for the abortion? 

    Everyone who’s ever been a crying baby, a bratty five year old, or a surly teenager should be very insulted by what Bill Maher has to say.  So who out there has ever been a crying baby, a bratty five year old, or a surly teenager?  WOW!  Just about everybody. 

    Tucker Max sounds like one of the most despicable anti-choice woman abusers around;  the type whose abusive ways hard-core pro-aborts never utter a peep of protest about.  He boasts about all the “sluts” who he’s talked into aborting his children.  Well girls, if you give into this jerk’s advances, he thinks you’re a slut.  Does that thought make him attractive to you?  If you get pregnant, he thinks he has a right to have your body invaded and your baby killed whether you like it or not.  He boasts about it.  Considering that murder is the number one cause of death in pregnant women, and that it’s usually a man who doesn’t want to be a father, and who kills her for refusing abortion, Tucker’s jokes and boasting are really creepy.  If your looking for a date or a boyfriend, or just male attention, steer clear of this guy, and all guys who think like him. 

    Hugh Hefner is the scum of the earth.  He’s promoted everything cruel and disgusting in the sexual arena imaginable.  From child abuse to screwing chickens, this guy is the pits.  Of course, he’s pro-abortion.  He even condemned Sarah Palin for refusing abortion.  Said she did a disservice to all women by bring a Down’s child into the world.  What a hypocrite he is!!!!  His whole empire is built on promoting the abuse of women and children, and he accuses someone else of a disservice to women, because she didn’t have an abortion!!  Unbelievable!!!  Because the child is handicapped!!  Hugh Hefner makes this judgement as he sits in a wheelchair. 

    He hates women, children, and handicapped people.  What more proof do you need that this scum’s opinions should not be listened to. 

    • Stitzelfritz


      While I love the rest of your post, and I agree that Hef is pretty much a dirtbag, I need to point out that your Hef portion is wrong. It was Larry Flynt (Hustler, not Playboy) who ‘fessed up to his first encounter being a chicken.  And (please correct me if I’m wrong) I think it was also Flynt who made the Sarah Palin comment.  Hef is skeevy but looks like a saint in comparison to Flynt.

      • Cecilia

        You might be right about that.  All those anti-women, pro-abuse, gendercide promoting pigs look the same to me.  So it’s easy to mistake one for the other. 

    • Hey, I still am a crying baby, a bratty (fifty)five year old and much like a surly teenager on a daily basis! 

      I’m also adopted and will be eternally grateful that my birth mother chose to give me a chance. Here’s to you, mum, wherever you are. L’chaim!

      • Spring

        I, too am continuing my life long practice of whining, crying, kicking and screaming…..I’m 57! I’m very happy you were adopted! I can tell you have given our world much! Blessings.

      • Spring

        I, too am continuing my life long practice of whining, crying, kicking and screaming…..I’m 57! I’m very happy you were adopted! I can tell you have given our world much! Blessings.

      • Spring

        I, too am continuing my life long practice of whining, crying, kicking and screaming…..I’m 57! I’m very happy you were adopted! I can tell you have given our world much! Blessings.

    • Good point about Hefty’s wheelchair. Hadn’t thought about that. 

  • Anonymous

    I am totally with you. I’ve been boycotting most celebrities and popular “culture” for so long for similar reasons I didn’t even know three of the people you listed. Based on your descriptions, thank GOD. It all began back in the days of devil rock bands like AC/DC. A fan tried to convince me to appreciate them. “But it’s just a song, man!” Um, no it’s NOT, dude, it’s a message. “But you gotta admit he’s a great guitarist!” No, I don’t, he s*cks because he’s using his talent for evil. Keep goin’ Kristen!

    • Tan Goblet

      He sucks because he uses his talent for evil? Making millions of people happy with your music is evil?

      • Anonymous

        Good question. I have one for you: Is anything at all justified by making some people happy?

        Explicitly and directly glorifying Satan (which is what that band and others have done), who personifies evil, remains evil, even if it makes millions of people happy. All evil makes someone happy in some sense, even if it’s only the one who does it. Making millions of people happy cannot render an evil act to be good.  Hitler made lots of people happy, for instance, and his legacy still does for some. Furthermore, all evil acts contain some good. Theft, for instance, increases the material goods of the thief, which is a good thing, but it does it in an evil way. It’s harder to see the more evil an act is, like genocide or murder, whose evil is so vast that a discussion of some dimension of good becomes ridiculous. But it remains true in principle, so it is not surprising to see skillful musical composition and playing (which is debatable with respect to the groups/musicians in question) as being good in some way in themselves and in some of their effects, even if they are ordered to an evil end. That evil end, however, renders the music and the musicians evil despite the good accomplished. Therefore, if bands that glorify evil make people happy, that’s a good I suppose, but they are still bad.On a deeper level, one could say that the happiness such music achieves actually distracts the millions who enjoy it from a greater happiness and limits them to a paltry and ephemeral good. By depriving them of something better, that is to say, in light of the deprivation of further happiness such so-called happiness causes, the music is also evil precisely because of what it achieves.Insofar as such uses of talent makes the talented person fall far short of his/her potential, it makes them suck at what they do, because they could do even better but they choose not to. So I stand by what I said.

        • VoiceOfReason

          Are you kidding me?! I’m really anxious to hear how rock musicians glorify satan. I mean really. This is the most idiotic thing I’ve read on the internet. And that’s saying something.

  • dont need a bucket

    you are a horrible author who fails to even have one shred of objectivity and tries to force others to feel as he does through such phrasings as “Here he is in his own words. Have a bucket or plastic bag nearby before you read this:” HEF IS THE MAN

    • Guest

      You annoy me. 

    • Mara

      This is not supposed to be an objective article, nor is it an attempt to force anybody to do or think anything. It is merely a list of 5 male celebrities Kristin is boycotting and HER reasons why.

    • James McLaughlin

      It’s nice to see that you stay objective and positive about things.

    • Trying to force others to feel as she does? Nope, don’t think so. I, for one, am not forced to feel or think or see by anyone and certainly not by reading a blog. So you’re calling for objectivity? Does that mean turning a blind eye to what someone actually does? Since you admit that you are a Hefty Man fan, aren’t you lacking in the very objectivity for which you call and for which “lack” you berate the author of the post?

    • Thinking again

      Did you notice the top of the page that says NEWS AND OPINION BLOG.  No forcing, just opinion.

  • Eddie Vedder crossed into dummyville when he got on stage in front of thousands of fans to complain about all the censorship in America. I wonder how many soviet dissidents got away with speaking in such huge venues against the censorship authorities in the USSR.

    Gimme some of that oppression!

    • Makka

      Some Americans definitely don’t appreciate anything they have. They are so absorbed in their bubble they come across to the rest of the world as such crybabies.

  • James McLaughlin

    Hugh Hefner also footed the bill for legalised abortion.

  • House Haunter 454

    Linda Rondstat, Olivia Newton John, and Berlin are all on my sh** list for supporting gay “marriage”. I hope they grow up soon.

  • Jennie

    this is hysterical.  and yet, pitifully true.  props to kristen on this one.  A+.

  • I think Kristen may be my new favorite blogger. And I did not know that Kevin Bacon was a pro-abort. Guess his foot isn’t all that’s loose. As it were…

  • MarkA

    Great piece, Ms. Walker; I had to read it twice.  Also, very appropriate title – “5 Male Celebrities” – they may be males, but certainly none of them are men.  May God have mercy on their souls, because they certainly showed no mercy, compassion or charity to women, children or anyone other than their narcissistic selves.

    • Michael

      Very well said.

  • Kristint

    I join your boycott God bless you!

  • Gelmec

    Fortunately, none of these are worth 1 second of my time or 1 cent of my money. Problem is, so many of the pop culture sheeple look to them as authorities.

    • Tan Goblet

      1 cent? That’s not asking for much. Roll with the punches! Every white conservative has at least 1 cent!

  • Briana Shackley

    I stil maintain that Chelsea Handler and Max Tucker would make a great couple. They essentially have the same schtick.

  • Irene

    I love you. I love what you write. Thank you

  • Jack Wolfram

    Add Alex Baldwin1

  • Msstar1

    I really like this piece, I am anti abortion and I would not let eithe rone of these guys try to influence me ,no matter how much of a star they are… lick my ass hole my womb my decisionc, my future….

  • KyDee

    Kanyes Twitter was mis read – he was saying an abortion can cost way more for a rich person than for a poor person, because of celebrity women hold children sort of like ransoms – something they wouldnt do with a broke man! Listen to his GOLDIGGER song, he says, “18 yrs,18 yrs/ if she has 1 of yo kids/ she got you for 18 years”, meaning women who purposely get pregnant so they can sit back & chill & live off his hard earned sucess. The way h ended the Tweet by telling you to wrap it up, is actually Pro Life – wearing a condom is 99% effective & eliminates anybody from even getting into a situation where a abortion is to even be considered. In the end this list is null & void because no matter what a man thinks or suggest IT IS MY BODY! Women make the final call no matter what! No man can force a woman to have a baby scraped/sucked out of her…she has to lay down & open her legs.

    • Christine

      Oh please. I can’t believe you are actually defending this man and his disgusting sentiments. If you’re a woman, you must have no sense of dignity if you think a man should ever talk this way.

  • Anthony

    I agree on all… But don’t worry about Tucker Max.
    Opie & Anthony made him look like a major fool a while back…. It was hilarious.

  • Emma

    While I appreciate this article, I have never understood why so many pro-life people attack the environmental and animal rights movements. I think they are all important to ensuring a safe and healthy planet in the future. I’m not saying all pro-lifers need to be vegetarians or environmentalists, but I think some respect towards people who belong to those movements would be a good idea. 

    • Phloont

      I think that animal rights type and environments attack pro-lifers a lot more than the other way around.  I think you are right that protecting human life and protecting the natural environment from exploitation and ruin are both part of being a morally responsible person, but in nearly all cases environmentalists and animal rights activists use these issues as a substitute for taking a responsible stand on human life.  It is easier to be an environmentalist than it is to be a pro-lifer, and it is certainly more fashionable. 

    • Phloont

      I think that animal rights type and environments attack pro-lifers a lot more than the other way around.  I think you are right that protecting human life and protecting the natural environment from exploitation and ruin are both part of being a morally responsible person, but in nearly all cases environmentalists and animal rights activists use these issues as a substitute for taking a responsible stand on human life.  It is easier to be an environmentalist than it is to be a pro-lifer, and it is certainly more fashionable. 

    • Phloont

      I think that animal rights type and environments attack pro-lifers a lot more than the other way around.  I think you are right that protecting human life and protecting the natural environment from exploitation and ruin are both part of being a morally responsible person, but in nearly all cases environmentalists and animal rights activists use these issues as a substitute for taking a responsible stand on human life.  It is easier to be an environmentalist than it is to be a pro-lifer, and it is certainly more fashionable. 

  • Anonymous

    Of course males would want to fund abortion. This is their get-free ticket.

  • It is helpful to find out more about celebrities’ beliefs on abortion issues… but I have to say that I’m bothered by a lot of the sarcastic tone (from the Live Action blogger) here. As a pro-lifer, I understand that these are very sad, frustrating, maddening issues and words coming from these celebrities, but I don’t like to see captions with PEOPLE’S photos saying “humanish creature” or “monster.” Tucker Max is not a “humanish creature” — he is an instrinsically valuable human being who matters to God. We can’t forget that! They need grace and mercy and healing (like all of us), but their lives are just as important to God as the lives of the pre-born, and I think as pro-lifers, we should respect them in that way.

  • blugirl89

    I just wish Bill Maher realized that by saying babies should be killed because they can grow up to be annoying condones someone killing him because he is too. All these people make me sick…

  • c matt

     If you can force a woman to look at a sonogram to see what will happen if she has an abortion, you also have to let her see a crying baby, a bratty five-year-old, and a surly teenager to see what will happen if she doesn’t

    Why make them go through all that Bill – all they have to do is look at you.

  • c matt

    I’ve always felt I was on the side of the angels

    He’s absolutely right – except that he doesn’t realize they were fallen angels

  • c matt

    I’ve always felt I was on the side of the angels

    He’s absolutely right – except that he doesn’t realize they were fallen angels

  • Guest

    They are all disgusting and lacking in talent.   Hefner was the only one I had ever heard of, and he’s an old disgusting goat.

  • Awatkins69

    Abhorrent murderers doomed for the fiery pits of hell to serve the master they’ve dedicated their lives to.

  • Christi

    Wow!  This is such a well written article.  Thank you for writing this piece.  You are so right!  

  • Hefner created the “Playboy Foundation” and it was a prime mover in helping get abortion legalized. In the 90s there was a CSpan broadcast of some major abortion rally in DC, Rock for Choice I think, and I got so turned off to the groups that played that I hated them ever since. 

  • the blitz

    Okay, today’s article has a lot more venom than yesterdays.  Not that I disagree, and by no means do I support abortion, but I think there’s something to be said for strongly disagreeing with a person’s ideals as opposed to outright name-calling.  And, not that I’ve not been guilty of it, too, but it was off-putting.

  • Kristen, you attack a very serious issue (abortion) but I find myself laughing at how easily you take these “big shots” down!  YOU ROCK!!  I love it and I can’t wait to read more.  Thanks 🙂

  • Kristen, you attack a very serious issue (abortion) yet I find myself laughing at how easily you take down the “big shots”!  Very well done!  I look forward to reading more from you 🙂

  • PS, I had an environmentasl science teacher in college who insisted people only have one child AT MOST.  He had quite the car collection on his property but railed on other people consuming too much.  I think the Vedder one bothered me the most with the “over crowded” classrooms.  You know that man has so much $$ he would send his to Private school and I betcha if he would’ve had a kid, that wouldn’t have stopped someone as conceided as him from pursuing a self gratifying musical career. He’s just seething with love and devotion to himself.

  • Tdstec

    Thank you and every other young person willing to give a voice to the unborn, especially such an insightful, intelligent and witty voice. You are truly using your literary gifts for the good of others. That’s what they’re for. And in these dismal days, Live Action and all of it’s friends are a reason to hope for better things to come.

  • Bobbyspen

    Satan is always at work, just like Saint Peter said…seeking whom he may devour…and I bet these celebrities went down with one big gulp!

  • Paul O.

    As poignant and telling as all these quotes are, I am revolted by the dehumanizing language applied to these men. These guys need help, and finding herself without a way to assist them is no reason for the author to use the same tactics as PP et al. to revile them in the public eye.

  • I agree with you totally.  Especially about Mr. Hefner.  I guess I’m not in the swing of things to know about the other men, but I find it totally disgusting to find the young men treating the young women as “play things” breaking their hearts and letting them go with no thought of the consequences they leave behind.

  • I agree with you totally.  Especially about Mr. Hefner.  I guess I’m not in the swing of things to know about the other men, but I find it totally disgusting to find the young men treating the young women as “play things” breaking their hearts and letting them go with no thought of the consequences they leave behind.

  • Anonymous

    Every one of them are disgusting pieces of scum, have never received a dime of my money, and never will. There is no beer in Hell. Only eternal torment forever and ever. And no ticket out, Bub. No ticket out.

  • Bakakurisu

    I’m most confounded (and disappointed) by Eddie Vedder’s remarks. He said that he couldn’t have been a rock star if he had his child, but would he have been able to be a rock star if he had been aborted himself?

    It really goes to show just how thoughtless and self-serving abortion really is. :/

  • Anonymous

    I have a masters in translation, and I could not have translated K. West’s tweet.  Bravo!  At what point do 20 year old blonde plastic dolls stop kissing H. Hefner and just say, “Ew!  He’s old and really gross!”  It’s amazing women have been convinced to pose because the photos “are tasteful.”  Is tasteful the new synonym for tasteless or classless or slutty or utter-lack-of-self-respect?

  • Anonymous

    Hey, now.  Don’t lump all men together.  There was one of these for women, too:  http://bit.ly/u3yLlu

  • Anonymous

    I’m sure pro-lifers, I at least speak for myself, want clean air and water and are against animal abuse.  However, most of the well-know groups like Peta would rather see *you* die than that armadillo crossing the road.  There is a difference between normal people who want a clean environment and humane animal treatment and these leftist groups that would like to see Gaia and animals provided with “human” rights–which has been advocated for!

  • If Eddie Vedder is saying his child would have been ten years old, maybe there’s a bit of guilt in there. 

  • Claire

    How ludicrous. Hugh Hefner doesn’t know the first thing about feminism. He constantly objectifies women. Pro life assholes. They should put in a trash can.

  • Huntergirl0926

    wow….wow, wow, wow, wow, wow….I’m usually never at a loss for words, ever…give me a minute, I’m trying to think of something to say that doesn’t include cuss words…GREAT PIECE!! I used to be pro-choice until I gave birth to my daughter. I was a drug-addicted, alcoholic slut feminist (but I was ‘liberated’) who finally saw the light when I laid eyes on my daughter and my life has completely changed. I hope and pray to God that she is never affected by the world that is so full of these types of men and women! Babies aren’t mistakes like Obama said, they’re miracles. I think one of the main reasons men don’t speak out against abortion is because supporting abortion is the ‘cool’ thing to do, and if anybody disagrees then they are accused of being old-school, patriarchal (sp), and since they are men, they don’t get an opinion in the matter of ‘women’s’ rights.

  • Fritzi

    Mr. Hefner is not a feminist – he’s a moral pig

  • Patriotland

    And there must be a God, since Maher is probably the UGLIEST man I ever saw…thank GOD he remains a bachelor with no progeny…!!!

  • Cassie

    I thoroughly enjoyed this!! May God have mercy on them all..

  • matthewchoffman

    Excellent post. Just one question: why do you waste your time watching movies? They are nothing but mind-numbing trash in virtually every case.

  • Himandme

    Pres. B.O. should of made the top of the list. He wanted sex-selection abortions to happen (it just like saying it okay to abort because of the color of their skin, doesn’t he have even a half of mind?). He voted a bunch of times for letting the child to die after birth. And he didn’t want his daughter to live with her “mistake”. The list could go on.

  • katniss

    im sure vedder, kanye and heff will be gutted to know one butthurt person who thinks they have the right to tell others what to do with their bodies wont be at their concerts/buying their stuff etc.
    maybe you should boycott writing stupid articles whining about shit thats never going to change instead