CHIME IN: How to Fight a Baby Video by Gavin McInnes; Of Course There’s Disagreement on the Appropriateness Meter


“How to Fight a Baby” by Gavin McInnes.

Gavin McInnes has a history of living on the edge or expressing his life on the edge. He once faked a car crash, and has previously gotten in a pickle over statements about feminism, saying … “people would be happier if women would stop pretending to be men,” and that feminism “has made women less happy.” He is co-founder of Vice magazine with Suroosh Alvi and Shane Smith. The magazine and online blog is focused on arts, culture, and news topics.

The “How to Fight a Baby” antics are probably a little to risky for most … Chime in. The Cardinal says don’t put your baby at risk for your attention-getting attempts at YouTube fame.

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  1. While I think the actions shown in the video are perfectly appropriate for Gavin McInnes, I fear that someone will imitate them and end up killing their baby. In the interest of public safety, I think this video should come down. I am surprised the Cardinal is showing it. It’s really not so much an issue of controversy as one of suggestiveness that can lead to injury or death. Why risk it?

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