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Their anger was evidenced by the Twitter hashtag "#lookadouche" (a play on "Lookadoo") that began trending as Richardson students live-tweeted the assembly: After his speech, Richardson students confronted Lookadoo with questions about his speech and the gender stereotypes promoted on his website, local ABC affiliate WFAA reports. Naipaul started the year out strong by claiming that "women writers are different, they are quite different.
One student asked, "Why did you tell girls to get out of abusive relationships instead of telling guys not to be abusive in the first place? I read a piece of writing and within a paragraph or two I know whether it is by a woman or not. My publisher, who was so good as a taster and editor, when she became a writer, lo and behold, it was all this feminine tosh.
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When Justin Lookadoo, a Christian motivational speaker and co-author of two Christian dating books, was hired to speak at Richardson High School in Texas, he probably didn't expect that he'd be the one to get schooled.
Lookadoo's website, RUDateable.com, which was made public to students, is partially to blame for the backlash.