Feminist CEO Goes Scorched Earth After World Learns Horrifying Secret
Alan Martofel — whose Philadelphia-based firm hawks T-shirts that proclaim, “Misogyny kills” and “Don’t tell me to smile”— admitted to forcing an unconscious woman to touch his genitals and other inappropriate sex acts in a social media post, according to refinery29.com.
“[It’s] toxic masculinity at its f-cking finest,” fumed Rebecca Green, the company’s art director — who was canned after discovering her boss’ indiscretions. “I feel righteous and angry.”
Martofel made the admission on his personal Facebook page, recalling specific times he had sexually abused women, the website reported.
“I’m someone who’s guilty of it. I’ve grinded up on women on buses and at concerts without their consent. I’ve made out with ‘the drunk chick’ at a party because it was easier. I’ve put a woman’s hand on my d–k while she was sleeping,” Martofel admitted in the October 2013 post.
Martofel discreetly referred to himself as a recovering abuser and claimed that launching the feminist firm was his way of making amends.
However, the Facebook admission came back to haunt him after being accused of rape last month – and staffers learned their company's true origins.