A prominent men's rights blog is A Voice for Men, where Dean Esmay writes:
So listen up, you fools in the RooshV circle: there is nothing but misery and death down the Return of Kings path. You have to be a complete idiot to follow any advice the RoK cultists give you. If Roosh or other Return of Kings writers tell you that the sky is blue, triple check it – they’re just that insane.Why the vitriol?
The Men’s Human Rights Movement has a long and strained relationship with so-called “red pill” sleazy sex gurus like Return of Kings publisher RooshV. Roosh and Return of Kings have never, ever been MRA as every honest person who’s done 5 minutes of due diligence knows. ...
So here’s the truth: Daryush “Roosh” Valizade has written for years about his past supposed adventures traveling the world to have one night stands with the psychologically dysfunctional, neurotic women he picks up in sleazy meat markets around the world. In many of his books, you find what are undeniably confessions of Roosh raping multiple women. In fact, the words “serial rapist” are not too harsh to describe Roosh, at least if his own published, public writings are to be believed. As with Roosh’s friend Matt Forney, also a confessed rapist by any sane standard, it’s often been unclear whether what they’re writing is just the poorly-written rape fantasy porn, or if it’s the real thing.
It is true that Roosh and RoK rarely speak of men's rights. They mainly give advice and commentary on how men can become better men.
Sure, some of their articles are provocative or offensive. Eg, they give tips on avoiding undesirable or troublesome women.
But they are not rapists, and these accusations are irresponsible and libelous. Roosh and RoK only advocate consensual relationships.
The term "rape" does have an ever expanding definition, with some feminists saying that all PIV sex is rape. If so, then nearly all men are rapists.
I post this just to point out how the men's rights movement has degenerated. Men have instincts to become white knights and attack their fellow men in any conflict with women. So we have men's rights groups who are not actually pushing for men's rights.
A site titled "A Voice for Men" attacks men for being men. It does not speak for me, or any men I know.
Update: For more on the attack on Roosh V, see this Reason article or Heartiste.
Update: Here is another attack on Roosh:
I think he's such a hateful embarrassment to humanity that he's single-handedly keeping aliens from contacting us.This is crazy stuff. Roosh runs an excellent web site.
Men are commonly hated if they are either (1) successful with women, or (2) unsuccessful with women. I think that some psychological forces are at work against anyone like him.