Dr. Keith Ablow (it’s pretty generous to even call him that now), sure hates women. And leggings. As a contributor to Fox News’ The Five, he boldly claimed that teenage girls “provoke” sexual harassment by wearing leggings to school, bemoaning:
“You cannot come in with leggings. Because my son wants to learn and the truth is it is distracting. And it is kind of inappropriate because when did we decide as a culture that tights would become an overgarment instead of an undergarment. The reason we’re doing that is because girls are in a panic to be more and more sexual because we’ve taken all the restraint away from femininity. We’ve made girls into boys.
I don’t know that we can restrain boys from being boys. So the long stare, the offhand comment, you have to — what do you do, excuse it? Because it was certainly provoked. And I think girls put themselves in the line of fire that way.”
Not done there, he later wrote on the blog “Respvblica” that Victoria’s Secret and, naturally, leggings were turning young boys into future Harvey Weinsteins.
“In my opinion, Victoria’s Secret, Aerie and every woman who buys any item of clothing at either of them (or at many more racy retailers), is contributing to a new generation of Harvey Weinsteins. The idea that women think nothing of being plastered nearly naked in public displays all over the world, while expecting males to still take them absolutely seriously in board rooms, is irrational.
Think how many teenagers who go to the mall are also going to high schools where young women show up in leggings—which aren’t really designed for comfort, but to tantalize young men, sexually. How can a 15-year-old really take 15-year-old females entirely seriously when they want to wear the equivalent of tights to school?”
Is it normal to be an over-50 bald dude this fixated on teenagers wearing leggings? Asking for a friend. Because it seems pretty creepy to me.
Oh, and there was also that time Ablow whined that Kendall Jenner was “sexually harassing” him:
“Take a look at the photo and tell me that Ms. Jenner wasn’t attempting to sexually arouse those who saw her—whether in person or online. I literally had trouble looking away. It was as though she lured me to her and held me captive.
I really should sue her.
Now, this might sound absurd, but here you go: It is not the case that females should feel free to walk around half-naked on the street and also, simultaneously, expect that men not think of them sexually in other settings. So, while women are rightfully expressing outrage at men who harass them, I wish they would also express outrage at women who present themselves, first and foremost, as sexual objects in settings that are neither erotic or romantic.”
Ladies, shame on you if you don’t take Keith Ablow’s boner situation into consideration while getting dressed. If your wardrobe choices aren’t dictated by the incessant complaining of a bald, overweight, fame-hungry, beta-male cuck, you are liable for punitive damages. You’ve been warned.
So if you aren’t surprised that the same moron who once mused over the possibility of Harvey Weinstein being the real victim here ended up losing his medical license in both Massachusetts and New York in May of 2019 amidst allegations that he sexually exploited young, attractive female patients, congratulations. You’re not an idiot. You didn’t fall for his tremendously hypocritical, Twinkie defense disclaimer at the beginning of the aforementioned bitch-fest. In a grand total of 4 separate lawsuits filed against the good doctor, it was alleged that he pressured female patients into demeaning sexual relationships with him, dosed them with Ketamine, and then combined that with talk therapy to make the patients utterly dependent on them, beat them, called them his “slaves,” and forced one to get a tattoo of his initials, to show his “ownership.” Several of his staffers provided sworn affidavits to corroborate these claims. Ablow lost his medical license shortly thereafter. Unlike Justice Kavanaugh, whose plight Ablow tried to invoke for plausible deniability, multiple accusers stepped forward with nearly identical stories. Also unlike Kavanaugh, Ablow settled the suits out of court, despite his vehement and “categorical” denial of all the allegations.
I did reach out to Ablow to see if he could clarify at what juncture intravenously administering ketamine (which he definitely has done) to alleged sex slaves becomes credible mental health treatment as opposed to just good ol’ fashioned pimpin’, but he has yet to answer.
I’m wondering why you’re still practicing as a “counselor” and “life coach” with your license suspended. In what realm is shooting up young women with ketamine and sexually exploiting them considered medicine and not pimping?
— officialbristolTC (@officialbristo1) January 23, 2020
I’m sure he’s working hard on a reasonable explanation.
You may be asking yourself at this point, “this is old news, why is this even pertinent?” Well, for starters, despite losing his license in 2019, Ablow is still practicing, and legally at that, as a “counselor and life coach”, at his practice “The Ablow Center” in Newburyport, MA. By the looks of his webpage, his special K treatments get particularly glowing reviews.
And it’s not just females that Ablow has victimized, not by a long shot. Apparently the only thing that Keith loves more than vulnerable, drugged-out trim is cold, hard cash, and consequently his unethical practices know no bounds. To keep things digestible and focused I’ll be putting out another blog later on detailing the story of a seemingly delusional sovereign citizen DCF dad, his bitter custody case with the state over his now 13-year old son, and how Dr. Keith Ablow had no qualms in insinuating himself into the proceedings, providing questionable court assessments, and going to bat for an objectively unfit parent, as a pay-to-play “expert witness.” The rabbit hole of mental instability gets pretty deep, but I’ll lay out everything I’ve found and let you decide whether or not you’d trust Ablow to so much as give you directions to the nearest gas station, let alone process any emotional trauma or treat legitimate mental illness.