KT Tunstall pledges to ‘take down’ sleazy pick up artist

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Scottish singer songwriter KT Tunstall has pledged to help ‘take down’ sleazy American pick up artist Julien Blanc.

The ‘Suddenly I see’ singer tweeted #TakeDownJulienBlanc after signing a petition to stop the controversial American from entering the UK.

More than 100,000 people have supported to petition to stop the so called ‘relationship guru’ who advocates choking women.

Among the advice to men on the 25-year-old’s blog is the ‘dating technique’ called ‘My girlfriend passed away’ which he describes as “twisted humour that inevitably knifes through her panties”.

This is listed beside moves including ‘Bang the hotties by dissing the fatties’ and ‘The “No Way Out” mentality that will make you the best’.

 

The ‘Suddenly I see’ singer tweeted #TakeDownJulienBlanc
The ‘Suddenly I see’ singer tweeted #TakeDownJulienBlanc

 

 

But now the 39-year-old Scottish songstress has added her weight to the campaign and putting pressure on Home Secretary Theresa May to take a stand.

Mr Blanc runs the ‘dating seminars’ all over the world with his latest tour set to bring him to UK shores on the 21st of November.

Earlier his month Australian authorities forced him to leave the country by cancelling his visa after similar protests.

Caroline Charles who started the petition is calling for the Theresa May to stand up for UK women.

Addressed to the Home Secretary the petition pleads: “Please help British women stand with the women of Australia, the women of America, and women everywhere, and do not let the UK play host to events where men are being taught how to violate and harass women under the guise of ‘dating advice’.

“To allow this man into the UK legitimises sexual assault and predation, and sends a message that women are playthings or objects without agency.”

 

More than 100,000 people have supported to petition to stop the so called ‘relationship guru’
More than 100,000 people have supported to petition to stop the so called ‘relationship guru’

 

A Home Office spokesperson said: “All visa applications are considered on their individual merits in line with the immigration rules.

“The Home Secretary has the power to exclude an individual if she considers that his or her presence in the UK is not conducive to the public good.”

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