REVEALED: The Shocking Checklist of Sick “Choking” Dating Guru Who Wants to Come to Singapore

Posted on Nov 17 2014 - 1:05pm by Redwire Singapore

Controversial ‘pick up artist’ Julien Blanc has posted a domestic abuse chart on his Twitter page calling it a ‘checklist’ for ‘how to make her stay’.

The diagram was originally designed by a domestic abuse charity to help women identify when they are being abused, and has sections entitled ‘use male privilege’ and ‘use isolation’. 

The post, which has now been hidden online, came as minister Lynne Featherstone urged Home Secretary Theresa May to ban Blanc from coming to Britain.

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American-born Blanc was forced to cut a visit to Australia short due to widespread protests at his dating techniques, which include choking women, threatening to commit suicide, injuring their pets and isolating them from friends.


Mr Blanc has made a name for himself by being what he describes as an ‘executive coach’ at a company called Real Social Dynamics, which he calls an ‘international leader in dating advice’.

It promises customers the chance to ‘witness dating coaches attract beautiful women in live demonstrations’.

But videos and pictures of Blanc in action suggest he encourages men to harass women with the aim of having sex with them.

A video of one of his seminar in Japan shows him saying that ‘white men… can do what you want’ in Tokyo, suggesting that men grab women’s heads and thrust them towards their crotch.

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An online petition to prevent self-proclaimed “pick-up artist” Julien Blanc from coming to Singapore has gathered close to 3,000 supporters in three days.

The petition started on Nov 14 on change.org is addressed to Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean and is in anticipation of Mr Blanc’s possible attempt to come to Singapore.

– See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/online-petition-against-pick-artist-julien-blanc-gathers#1

An online petition to prevent self-proclaimed “pick-up artist” Julien Blanc from coming to Singapore has gathered close to 3,000 supporters in three days.

The petition started on Nov 14 on change.org is addressed to Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean and is in anticipation of Mr Blanc’s possible attempt to come to Singapore.

Similar online petitions were started in Canada and Japan. While the governments in these countries have not banned him, Mr Blanc’s tour dates there were removed from his company’s website.

The British also have an ongoing petition, and government officials have asked for his visa to be denied.

Similar online petitions were started in Canada and Japan. While the governments in these countries have not banned him, Mr Blanc’s tour dates there were removed from his company’s website. The British also have an ongoing petition, and government officials have asked for his visa to be denied. – See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/more-singapore-stories/story/online-petition-against-pick-artist-julien-blanc-gathers#1

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