Notorious religious right-winger and men's rights activist Dave Daubenmire (who goes by "Coach Dave" online) dug out one of toxic masculinity's greatest hits when he claimed on Right Wing Watch News that desire between women exists merely because those ladies are simply too ugly to land men. He arrived at his conclusion following a trip to Walmart, he said on RWW.
"There are a lot of unattractive people in the world," Daubenmire mused after his eye-opening excursion to the store. "I don't wonder if some of this, especially in women, some of this homosexuality stuff going on..."
During the recent broadcast on RWW, one of Daubenmire's listeners interjected with another right wing favorite.
"I don't think that they can't find a man. I'm thinking there are no men to find," the listener said, alluding to the right wing notion that masculinity is in crisis, which is also one of Daubenmire's pet topics.
"That's a whole other issue as well," Daubenmire replied.
"I look out at our sex-starved culture and the sex-starved nation in which we live and I would understand now why an unattractive woman might be drawn to an unattractive woman because, really, both of them probably, it's hard to find a man to love them," he continued on RWW.
In addition to railing against "homosexuals, fornicators and defiant haters of God," Daubenmire has also said that kids are being "sissified" by anti-bullying campaigns, or what he deems is the "homosexual agenda, to try to get people to not criticize or make fun of or poke fun at homosexuals."
Following his being ousted in his coaching job, Daubenmire created Pass the Salt Ministries that seeks to "challenge the church of the status quo." In 2010, Daubenmire made a failed run for Congress in Ohio's 18th District, according to his website.
An unrepentant men's rights activist, Daubenmire also runs spiritual boot camps for men under the catchy slogan of "Real Men Under Construction."
During the recent hearings for accused sexual predator and then-Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Daubenmire went on a sick, misogynistic screed that claimed that it's "sexual assault" when women essentially leave men hanging with an erection.
"I know I'm speaking for many males that are watching and listening to this show right now -- how about all the times when you were a teenage [boy] and some girl ... led you on and led you on and then, all of a sudden, pulled the plug?" Daubenmire said. "Every guy that has blood flowing through his body had that happen. Isn't that sexual abuse as well?"