An attorney has lost his latest legal battle after a judge ruled he was not the victim of age and gender discrimination when a bouncer at a New York City nightclub told him to pay up for bottle service while letting a young lady in for free.
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Alexander Hunter wrote that Roy Den Hollander’s human rights were not violated in 2010 by the club that made him buy a $350 bottle of vodka to get in.
"They all pull the same thing: 'These guys got gray hair, let's charge them some money,'" Hollander said, according to the New York Daily News. "They're doing the same thing they did in the Deep South back in the 1950s. Having to buy a $350 bottle of watered down vodka – that's the 'sitting in the back of the bus' for us!"
Hollander recalled that when the bouncer told him and a friend to buy the pricey bottle of vodka, he knew he was being taken for a sucker.
"There's no justice for guys in this day and age," said Hollander, 66.
Still, the anti-feminist attorney said the ruling did not shock him given the previous defeats he has suffered in his lonely struggle against male oppression.
"I was ticked off, but I've come to the conclusion that whenever I go into court and I'm fighting feminist ideology or political correctness, I'm going to lose," he said. "Either I'm a stupid lawyer, or I'm stupid for thinking the court will enforce the rights of guys."
Hollander has filed a series of anti-feminist lawsuits through the years. In early 2011, The New York Times reported that he then suffered his latest defeat when the United States Supreme Court refused to hear what he calls his ''ladies' night lawsuit.''