Over at his blog (Sept 16), anti-religious activist Richard Carrier has a problem:
Through a confluence of events, none of my girlfriends can make it to MythCon in Milwaukee this year.
Oh, oh. The harem is busy. No worries. Carrier is out to turn lemons into lemonade.
So I’m looking for a date that weekend. You should be aware I’m straight, promiscuous, polyamorous, godless, drink, don’t smoke, and have that cloud hanging over me. And you can ask me anything else to vet me by. I’m an open book. Just contact me by email or FB messenger to inquire.
Kinda makes sense, I guess. After all, why would a promiscuous polyamorous atheist even bother attending Mythcon if you can’t get laid there, right? But I notice that Carrier forget to instruct his potential date about his preferred pronouns.
The Great Scholar Carrier then dangles various perks to expand his harem:
I can offer you access to the event, if you don’t already have tickets; and a share of a bed (platonically even), if you haven’t already booked your own room. I’ll also cover drinks. I’ll be at the Aloft hotel in downtown Milwaukee, also the location of the event afterparty, which is probably where we’d spend most of our time together. The conference consumes all of Saturday, September 22, and I’ll be tabling most of it, although you’d be welcome to sit & chat with me as I do. If you’ll be around the previous evening, you could also join me at the VIP party Friday.
It’s rather pathetic when you have to turn to the internet and use your lofty Mythcon position to try to hook-up. Makes it hard to believe those accusations of him engaging in sexual misconduct, eh?