Pro-rape blogger cancels meeting for men in Oklahoma City, across U.S.

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OKLAHOMA CITY - One group's push to legalize rape has been stopped for now.

You might have heard about it on Facebook or Twitter.

The group, Return of Kings, planned to hold a world-wide meeting about it Saturday in Bricktown.

It's gained a lot of criticism and worldwide attention.

In fact, late this evening, the organizer decided to cancel it.

All the meetup-sites were deleted from his blog, including the one planned for right here in Bricktown.

The meeting was expected to take place in 43 countries at 8 p.m. this Saturday.

"Not everything you see online, especially on social media, is always true," said MSgt. Gary Knight with Oklahoma City police.

Knight assures there should be no fear of anything bad happening this weekend.

"There is no indication whatsoever that there's any illegal activity associated with this meeting that's been talked about in Bricktown,"Knight said.

The group is called the Return of Kings.

The group's leader has written articles stating that rape should be legal on private property.

The group believes 'rape culture' was manufactured to wage an unjust war against men.

Their goal is to advocate loosening of rape laws.

"If you're going to say it's okay to rape women, there's something that's psychologically wrong with you obviously," said Adam Daniels, leader of the local Devil's Religion.

Daniels intended to protest the meeting.

"I'm a father of three female children. I'm married. I wouldn't want that type of fear looming over my families head," Daniels said.

The leader of the group originally said "not a single meetup will be canceled. We will not be intimidated by the actions of the lying media and leftist political establishment."

"We cant go around just having our women completely damaged, because somebody wants to be a jerk," Daniels said.

Since then, the organizer has decided to cancel the meeting, releasing a statement saying, "I can no longer guarantee the safety or privacy of the men who want to attend."

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