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Max Dean Esmay

Dean Esmay (also known as Max Esmay) is an American political activist, pundit and commentator.

Early life

Dean Esmay was born in El Paso, Texas in 1966.

Independent Journalism

Dean Esmay has written for online publications, such as Dean's World, The Moderate Voice, A Voice for Men and Pajamas Media.

He has also collaborated with journalist Celia Farber and molecular biologists Harvey Bialy and Peter Duesberg to expose the corruption, scientific fraud, and malfeasance of big pharmaceutical companies that manufacture azidothymidine (AZT), a drug used for treatment of HIV and AIDS, which is now known to be ineffective and, in some cases, lethal.

During his time publishing on Dean's World, he was also targeted by Skeptic Mafia for questioning drug companies. His name was listed in the Encyclopedia of American Loons, which misrepresented his views on teaching Creationism in schools.[1]

Activism and charity work

He has done charitable work for children in Iraq and Afghanistan through Operation Give and to a lesser extent helped with Operation Shoe Drop.

Esmay appeared in the documentary film The Red Pill, directed by Cassie Jaye.[2] The film exposes fraudulent statistics and abuse relating to ideological feminism.

He also founded the Escaping Atheism project, which became Red Pill Religion. The project was organized to address militant atheist bullying and persecution of religious people both on and offline.


  1. #655: Dean Esmay. Encyclopedia of American Loons. Tuesday, August 6, 2013. Retrieved June 20, 2019.
  2. The Red Pill (2016), Dean Esmay: Himself. IMDb. Retrieved June 20, 2019.