Rape Prevention Info
In 2004, Greg took it upon himself to create a "rape prevention" website. The site included information about rape such as what Greg believes causes rape (over active hormones, jealousy, dominance, childhood issues, etc.) Greg also attempted to advise people on what to do if attacked by a rapist with the claim "Anyone can prevent rape with the right knowledge."
While some of the information and advice on this site are very typical in rape prevention, the site offers a lot of strange advice and information Greg gets seemingly out of nowhere. One such statement being "a good percentage of [rapists] are agnostic".
On a page titled "Who Is Capable?", Greg explains (with no sources) that there had been "hundreds of cases" "in the past few years" where the rapist is a family member or a close friend. With this information, Greg concludes to prevent rape, you must always be alert and aware that anyone could be a rapist and it could happen anywhere.
The page that receives the most criticism is "How Do I Stop Rape?". On this page, Greg lists different ways he came up with to get out of a rape situation such as "act like you are possessed by a "demon" or mentally handicapped" and "have a bowl movement and rub it in his face". (Source)
After Greg created the site, he took to his Evolutionary Psychology Forums to show off his new site. Reactions were mixed, some supporting the site, while other expressed they did not think it was a good idea. Greg deflected any negative criticism of the site saying that their opinion is outnumbered by the people that like the site. He also said negative feedback about the site is "unfair" unless the person has "serious knowledge" about rape prevention. (Source)
After it was re-discovered during Greg's YouTube fame the site was met with a lot of criticism and head-scratching. Apart from the very strange advice, people wondered what compelled 17 / 18 year old Greg to create a rape prevention site and give victims and potential victims advice and information without any formal training in self defense or any type of educational experience on the subject of sexual assault.