This is why Left leaning sites are getting weirder and weirder, I'm telling you. So many of the people who run them are getting exposed as PERVERTS!!! They are mentally ill.
All three women confirmed to each other privately that the man they were referring to was writer Michael Hafford, a former freelance columnist for Broadly and freelance writer for outlets like Refinery29, Rolling Stone, T Magazine and more. The rapper ka5sh, a friend of Donahue's, also tweeted that Hafford was the man Donahue's tweet was referring to.
Hafford's column at Broadly, Vice's site aimed at women, was "Male Feminist Here," a satire of male feminism and allyship that ran for three months in 2015. (Disclosure: I also wrote a piece for Broadly in 2015.) "The Male Feminist knows how much the love of a good woman means. Hell, the Male Feminist would settle for grudging acceptance," Hafford wrote in the first edition of the column. "Not that he's desperate. He just loves being around women, you know?"
Here we see, by her own admission, in this case she VOLUNTEERED. He even asked her if she liked it rough, and SHE SAID YES. (How big an idiot is this woman, really?)
In an interview with Jezebel, Donahue, the first woman to tweet about the assaults, says that she began talking to Hafford on Twitter in November 2015 and first met up with him in person at a bar in Bushwick, Brooklyn on December 12, 2015. At the bar, Donahue says she and Hafford were drinking heavily and that, while she does not remember going to Hafford's apartment, she remembers being in his bed, experiencing physical pain, and aware that she didn't like the sex. "I'm not sure if I voiced that or if I voiced that loudly enough, but I don't think that would have stopped him anyway," she says. (Hafford declined to comment to Jezebel on any of the allegations in this article.)
Donahue says that prior to meeting up, Hafford had asked her if she liked rough sex, but she says that what she experienced was "not rough sex." "Michael knows enough to be able to differentiate between what is rough sex and what falls into another category," she says. "If he didn't like his victims to be expressing physical and mental discomfort he knows one should implement safe words and other rules."
So what we have here is not sexual assault, it is morning-after regret because he did it wrong while she was drunk.
Donahue was first emboldened to come forward on social media after a BuzzFeed investigation revealed that former Broadly editor Mitchell Sunderland had been emailing stories to Milo Yiannopolous to mock via Breitbart. The day after BuzzFeed's story came out, Vice's HR was first made aware of allegations around Hafford's behavior through these Twitter posts, and "he was banned from contributing to any of the company's properties," a spokesperson wrote in an email to Jezebel.