Miller, a tenured associate professor at the University of New Mexico, didn't lose his position, but he was formally censured. Among other punishments, his work must be monitored by his department chair. Not too tightly though, since he seems to have been given the go-ahead to team up with reformed rake Tucker Max in a joint venture, a men's magazine called "Mating Grounds."
And this has made manosphere blogger Danger & Play madder than a wet hen. D & P is accusing Max and Miller of "riding coat tails and pretending to be original when they are copying Danger & Play." Others in the manosphere are equally incensed. How dare that has-been former alpha & now hopelessly beta Tucker Max suggest that there is even a need for another site that teaches men how to get laid? Hasn't he checked out their little corner of the internet lately? They are already accusing Miller and Max of stealing their "content."
First the webmaster of "Viva La Manosphere" tries to muscle in on Danger & Play's juicing turf, then this impertinent challenge! And to add insult to injury, Miller is now pretending he doesn't even know who D & P is!
I've heard academic politics can be brutal, but it's nothing like the dog-eat-dog world of wanna-be masculine lifestyle gurus. I hope Miller and Max appreciate what kind of competition they're up against.
And that concludes the latest episode in the continuing drama that is [cue organ music] the MAN-o-sphere...