Well, he says things like this:
There is so much misogyny that is just unspoken or even unknown, among the most civilised.
Even on the drive up here, the driver was telling us about the history of the place, and he says, "In this square, this is where people were hanged, and the women were burned at the stake - they would burn a woman at the stake in the Sixteenth Century just for saying no to a man - wouldn’t it be great if we could do that today?" And instead of just thinking it, I said, "Actually, no, it wouldn’t, and it’s a little bit creepy that you just said that."
In a world filled with MRA's and almost-MRA's, people who could give a shit less about their representations of womanhood and deny misogyny even exists... He is a breath of fresh air. Not an uncomplicated breath. Not fresh air lacking all pollutants. But air in a suffocating industry.
I'm sure I'll be sharing more thoughts in the coming two weeks, I'm writing a paper on Dr. Horrible for Women and Media. But I had to share that quote.