Chad Kultgen (born June 16, 1976) is a controversial author notable for publishing several novels on the sexual relationships of Americans. He has published opinion pieces on the Huffington Post. and was a staff writer for Hits and The World Weekly News. His works have been reviewed by Maxim, Penthouse, and The New York Times amongst others. He has several writing and production credits, including for The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, a 2013 film starring Steve Carell.
Critics have maintained that his books have a tendency, when utilizing male protagonists, to come across as misogynistic and trite. Kultgen claims to frequently, "get messages from people who didn't enjoy the books. They tend to be a bit irate and usually take the time to tell me that I'm the worst living writer, the world would be a better place without me, I have no understanding of women or all of my books should be burned." The New York Times published a piece on his work in 2011, based on interviews with him, and including people who claimed that his works were based on their personas. Penthouse has called his work, "appalling," while Maxim has labelled it, "pure filth." Journalists frequently make reference to purported over-sexualization and sexual obsession of many of his protagonists, especially in the form of male leads objectifying female characters.
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