Fragile Virgin Man Vows To Kill All the Women He Sees

But that Gillette ad was out of bounds, remember?

Utah Country Sheriff’s Office
All I wanted was a girlfriend.

A 27-year-old man was recently arrested in Provo, Utah after numerous calls were made to police in Colorado in regards to his threatening Facebook posts.

FBI in Colorado helped the CO police track down Christopher Wayne Cleary via his IP address to a McDonalds in Provo, and contacted the local police department to alert them to the man’s presence and threat level.

Utah County Major Crimes Task Force took Cleary into custody.

Cleary had been posting on Facebook that he vowed to ‘kill as many girls as I see,’ and that he was ‘planning on shooting up a public place soon and being the next mass shooter.’

His reasoning? He’s a virgin who’s never had a girlfriend.

“All I wanted was a girlfriend, not 1000 … not a bunch of hoes … I’ve never had a girlfriend before and I’m still a virgin, this is why I’m planning on shooting up a public place soon and being the next mass shooter cause I’m ready to die and all the girls the turned me down is going to make it right by killing as many girls as I see.”
“There’s nothing more dangerous than a man ready to die.”

These posts were seen as threats of terrorism to authorities, and rightly so. Clearly claimed that he was upset and not thinking clearly when he made the posts, and that he had deleted them after receiving threats.

How sad, the angry little man got a tiny taste of his own medicine and couldn’t handle it. Let’s hold a moment of silence.

Let’s backtrack a little bit. Cleary is currently serving a three-year probation for a felony conviction he received in January 2018 for stalking and making repeated communications (threats, lets be real) of domestic violence.

This charge was given by the Jefferson Country Courts. The Jeff. County probation office also called Provo police to inform them that his FB threats and behavior followed a pattern because in 2016 he was convicted of another stalking charge.

During his interview with police, Cleary made suicidal comments, but I’m skeptical. Did he make those comments legitimately, or because he’s trying to get himself off the hook if he’s pathetic enough?

I have absolutely no sympathy for this person. He promised mass murder on the grounds that he’s never had a girlfriend and is a virgin.

No, he promised mass murder because he’s a sick f*ck. There is no single aspect of any of this that is a woman’s fault.

Yet another man who feels entitled to women and will commit murder when he doesn’t get what he wants.

This isn’t the first time an event like this has happened, this isn’t the last. I’m just happy that authorities got him before he hurt anyone.

Some of you may remember the man in Toronto who plowed his car through pedestrians, aiming for women, because he was a self-proclaimed incel. 
I wrote a story about that here.

A while after the Toronto incident, I wrote a story about a similar event where a 17-year-old shot up his school because he was turned down by a girl. Don’t mistake me, I don’t mean to say that it was her fault, that was just his reasoning behind his violence.

These are just two events I happened to write about. To say they’re the only ones from the past year alone is blatantly wrong.

Now, what’s the current trend? Oh right, the Gillette ad.

Right, that ad was out of bounds! How dare you tell men how to act! How dare you tell men to modify their behavior to avoid incidents like assault/harassment/rape. How dare you suggest that men can behave better!

Boys will be boys. Just look at Christopher Wayne Cleary, Alex Minassian, and Dimitrios Pagourtzis. They didn’t need to act better, they didn’t need anyone to tell them to behave properly.

They were just boys being boys.


Here’s the thing. If you’re one of those fragile souls who is up-in-arms about the Gillette ad and its message and screaming for a boycott or whatever you’re screeching about, then that means you’re A-OK with the actions of the above men, and all the other men like them, and all the incels who talk about how they want to enslave and/or kill women in their forums, and the ones that want to be assigned a woman by the government, or to assault young girls because getting them while they’re young is the only way to avoid getting a slut.

I’ve spent many hours reading through their forums and posts online. The above points are just a handful that I pulled from their disgusting threads. All my time spent there is time I’ll never get back, but I think it’s important to know how they think, what they think, what they believe, because if I ever meet anyone who thinks that way, even remotely, then it’s time to turn tail and run the other way, because they are dangerous.

If you’re against the Gillette message, then you’re for these men. It’s that simple. There is no in-between.

“Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” — Margaret Atwood

JLRose is an American fantasy writer, blogger, 3D artist and game designer living in Melbourne, Australia. She’s spent the past three years working on the first full-length book of The Galean Universe and has recently published The Chase.