Yeah, neither do I. But Marc Rudov, who is a regular guest on Fox News and a self proclaimed anti feminist, does. He believes that dating is a modern form of prostitution because women expect to be paid for when they go on a date and they are willing to accept lavish gifts.

By his defintion, I am a prostitute. But I don’t listen to him, because he’s nuts. So phew, that was a close one, but I’m no longer a prostitute. This whole “to-do” happened because the state of Minnesota has banned “ladies night” at bars, citing that it is gender-based pricing which is illegal under the human rights act. I watched the video and here is what I derived from this alien formally known as Marc Rudov:

1. He is an actual alien. What guy (unless gay) does not want tons of girls at a bar? Unless the planet that he comes from doesn’t have bars, girls or sex, then this whole thing makes sense.

2. He has a Napoleonic complex. He must be less-than-well-endowed (if you know what I mean) and deal with some serious power issues.

3. It should be illegal for him to have a wife and/or daughters. Can you imagine that dynamic? It gives me the chills just thinking about it. This one is not a joke. Social Services should intervene if it ever comes to that. I may switch career paths, ditch this journalism degree and work towards a social work one because of him.

4. He went to his senior prom with his mom. Poor Marc didn’t get asked to the prom and had to go with his Mom. This is just a lesson to be nice to everyone, because you never know who is going to accuse you of being a prostitute.

I would just like to remind Rudov that women make 77 cents for every dollar a man makes. Maybe the state of Minnesota should be more concerned with workplace gender-based pricing instead of the price discrimination on a watered down $7 mint mojito. The least these guys can do is buy us a drink. Chivalry, beware, Marc Rudov is coming to get you.