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Special Snowflake Is Unable to Cope with Any Minor Discomfort

Posted by V the K at 12:37 am - April 9, 2015.
Filed under: Academia

A student at Michigan State University claims that White Privilege is literally making him sick. Here he serves up his word salad of current college rhetoric, with a large helping of entitlement on the side.

Rashad Timmons says that microaggressions are causing him several medical afflictions. His letter was titled, “Intentional or not, microaggressions severely impact underrepresented members of society.”

According to Timmons, people who “are not privileged” are suffering greatly from the intentional and unintentional triggers that others are causing. “On a campus,” he writes, ” — and nation at large — in which whiteness, patriarchy, heteronormativity, cissexism, ableism and classism prevail, students that are not privileged by these constructs often have difficulty navigating hegemonic, oppressive environments.”

Translation: “Everyone must cater to me and ensure that I never encounter any difficulty at ever, and if I do, it’s white people’s fault and they should be collectively punished.”

It’s the same mentality of entitlement that leads leftists to proclaim that declining to bake a wedding cake is a crime against humanity.

Up the road in Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan was going to cancel a showing of American Sniper because it might have made some of their special snowflakes “feel unsafe.” But after being roundly ridiculed, they agreed to show the movie after all… in a special forum space, where grief counselors and big soft teddy bears will be available for anyone made uncomfortable by the magical moving pictures of light and sound.

I am woman hear me roar, but don’t clap, clapping frightens me

Posted by V the K at 9:11 pm - March 24, 2015.
Filed under: Academia

The feminist left descends beyond self-parody.

“Triggering” has become the all-purpose left-wing tool for censoring opinions leftists don’t like on the basis that expressing such opinions produce badfeels.

If these dames can’t handle the stress of interacting with the real world, they should just stay home and knit. Or iron, I got a whole pile of shirts they could get started on.

BTW: This same group of uber-feminists is demanding that white gay men stop acting like Black women. So, knock it off, you guys.

University of Minnesota Offers Minor in LGBTQ Studies

Posted by V the K at 10:31 pm - March 18, 2015.
Filed under: Academia

Yeah, this should prepare students for lucrative jobs lecturing coffee buyers about the evils of racism. The University of Minnesota – Duluth ($23,522 [In-state and illegal immigrants] $27,188 [Out-of-state], is adding a Minor Concentration in LGBTQ Studies… which will be as useful as any other degree in a field that has the word ‘Studies’ in it.

“This minor will prepare students for life,” Gesa Zinn, head of the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department, told Campus Reform. “‘The job’ the LGBTQ minor prepares students for is to understand and embrace all members of an increasingly diverse society.”

To complete the minor, students will have to take classes such as An Introduction to LGBTQ Studies, Queer Theory, Queer Cinema in International Perspective, History of the Homosexual Rights Movement 1895 – Present, and Queer Media.

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SJW’s: Support for the Second Amendment is “Homophobic”

Posted by V the K at 8:31 pm - March 4, 2015.
Filed under: Academia,Liberal Intolerance

A student at Kalamazoo College wanted to get the Student Government to engage in a debate about empowering students to exercise their Second Amendment and Human Right of Self-Defense via the Right to Bear Arms on Campus. The progressive fascists who run the student government were having none of it.

Members accused Ross of “racism,” “homophobia,” and “sexism,” and some even went so far as to accuse Ross’s pro-Second Amendment position of desiring to kill students in black hoodies.

“For anyone on this Commission to represent you would be to represent racism, sexism, homophobia,” Brown said. “And clearly you just spent two hours of your time listening that this body would like to be an anti-racist institution. So what you seek should not come from here. At least not this body with these people.”

The Open-Faced Stalinism of the American Left is all but impossible to hide now.

Is a College Degree Proof of Intelligence?

Posted by V the K at 8:22 am - February 18, 2015.
Filed under: Academia,American Embarrassments

Sensing that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker may be a threat to Hillary’s Ascendancy (and Jeb’s… six of one…), the left has been trying to dig up some dirt on him; desperately hoping to find an unverifiable claim that he gave his dog a gay haircut, or something… anything… they can smear him with.

In the last two weeks, leftist media establishments have done more digging into Scott Walker’s college records than they have done into Obama’s in the last eight years.  Many on the left are squawking that having left college his senior year to take a job with the American Red Cross, Walker is unfit to be president.

“The issue is, how well educated is this guy?” said Dean, a former Vermont governor who ran for the Democratic nomination in 2004, on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Feb. 12, amid a surge in polls for Walker. “I worry about people being president of the United States not knowing much about the world and not knowing much about science.”

Here’s a question, does college degree automatically equal smart? Consider the following:

  • Sheila Jackson Lee — the dumbest woman in Congress — has a degree from Yale, and a law degree.
  • Marie Harf, the bubbleheaded spokesbunny of the Obama State Department has a Master’s Degree in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia.
  • The people who masterminded the policies that brought on the Economic Crash of 2008 (like the harebrained scheme of forcing banks to give out mortgages to deadbeats) were all graduates of Harvard and Yale.

All things considered, a president who ditched college in favor of a job in the real world may not be such a bad choice after all.

Hey Liz: Here’s why you are a socialist

Posted by Jeff (ILoveCapitalism) at 9:45 pm - February 11, 2015.
Filed under: Academia,Economy,Leftist Nutjobs,Socialism in America

Picking this up from V’s post of a week or two ago, Elizabeth Warren does not understand why people think she’s a socialist.

(Please, I need a moment to stop giggling. It’s as if President Obama were to say he does not understand why people think he’s a liar. Air gasp. OK, I think I can go on.) – Warren said:

I just don’t know where [people] get that [idea of her being a socialist]. You know, look at the issues. I mean really, let’s take a look at minimum wage — I just believe nobody should work full time and live in poverty…Student loans: I don’t think the U.S. government should be making tens of billions of dollars in profits off the backs of our students, which is what the current student loan system is doing…

Never mind that Warren proposes the U.S. government to *lose* tens of billions of dollars on student loans. Let’s go straight to Kevin Williamson, defining socialism:

The current Random House Dictionary definition of “socialism” is serviceable but dated: “a theory or system of social organization that advocates the vesting of the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution, of capital, land, etc., in the community as a whole.”…

[Dated, because] It should read “ownership -or- control” rather than “ownership -and- control.” As we have seen in the cases of enterprises such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, it is entirely possible for government economic planners to intervene deeply (and, in this familiar case, catastrophically) in the economy while maintaining private economic forms…

A more complete definition of socialism incorporates two criteria: The first is that socialism entails the public provision of non-public goods. The second is the use of central planning to implement that policy.

And that, Liz, is why you are a socialist.

  1. You want the public purse to pay for *private* goods (goods that benefit the individual primarily, if not exclusively). For just one example, you want government to fund special young people on a costly, but often low-benefit, multi-year jaunt that we politely call “college”.
  2. And you believe in a planned economy. For just one example, you want government to dictate the minimum wage at which a worker may offer her work (or else you will not permit any employer to give her work).

For the record: I don’t and I don’t. So, I’m not.

Professor Punished for Gay Marriage Thoughtcrime

Posted by V the K at 11:29 am - December 18, 2014.
Filed under: Academia,Liberal Intolerance

Background: A philosophy professor at Wisconsin’s Marquette University (annual tuition and fees: $24,000) told her class that gay marriage was an unacceptable debate topic in her class because there was only one correct opinion on gay marriage, and expressing any other opinion was hate speech.

A political science professor by the name of John McAdams got wind of this and blogged about it. In the spirit of academic freedom and tolerance… the University suspended him and barred him from campus.

A tenured Marquette University political science professor has been officially barred from campus and suspended for writing a blog post criticizing a philosophy instructor who refused to allow a conservative student to debate the topic of gay marriage in her classroom.

The suspended professor, John McAdams, received a letter on Tuesday from Richard Holz, the dean of the Wisconsin school, informing him of his suspension. […]

According to McAdams, Abbate told the student that topics like gay marriage would not be discussed because gay students might find it offensive and because, she said, “you don’t have a right in this class to make homophobic comments.”

Expressing an opinion contrary to the opinion of a leftist is now officially defined as harassment.

National Rape Allegation Epidemic Reaches UC-Berkeley

Posted by V the K at 11:59 am - December 8, 2014.
Filed under: Academia

UC-Berkeley, the newest Rape Zone.

In most of the cases the charges were not made by victims or witnesses, but rather by third parties long after the fact. These third-party accusations were made either anonymously or by “Campus Security Authorities,” which includes campus political activist groups. In many of the cases, the actual “victims” themselves have not come forward and may not even consider themselves to have been raped.

And even more suspiciously, almost none of the supposed crimes were reported directly to Berkeley’s municipal police force, whose jurisdiction covers campus as well, but instead only to the university police, who are required by recent regulations to log and publicize each accusation.

In not a single case have any of the charges been substantiated, nor have any suspects been indentified or arrested (aside from the one case noted above where the charge was subsequently dropped).

It is unknown at this time how many, if any, of these rapes were telepathic in nature.

University Sexual Harassment Policies: The Power to Destroy

Posted by V the K at 2:42 pm - November 20, 2014.
Filed under: Academia,Legal Issues

Bitter ex-girlfriend files phony “Sexual Harassment” complaint, ruins dude’s life. Sometimes, you wonder why anyone chooses to be straight.

Wrongfully Accused Men Suing Universities to Clear Their Names

Posted by V the K at 1:15 pm - November 12, 2014.
Filed under: Academia,Legal Issues

Universities that caved to the Fascism of the Radical Feminist Left and the Obama Department of Justice and adopted the standard for rape conviction demanded by those parties — i.e. A man is guilty of rape if a woman accuses him of rape — are now being sued by men who’ve been wrongfully convicted and deprived of civil rights under that absurd standard.

As of this month, there have been 50 known lawsuits filed by men found guilty of rape looking for justice to clear their names and legal record, according to A Voice For Male Students’ website.

“Predictably, a wave of lawsuits soon erupted as young men wrongly accused of sex crimes found themselves hustled through a vague and misshapen adjudication process with slipshod checks and balances and Kafkaesque standards of evidence,” the men’s advocacy page reads.

Brown University settled one suit for a million dollars. Caving into radical feminism comes with w price tag, but at least innocent men are getting some compensation.

It ain’t just straight dudes either.

The accuser, who has not filed criminal charges, has called for administrators to issue a sharper punishment, ideally expulsion. He said he is considering filing a Title IX complaint against the school because, he said, administrators downplayed some of his concerns, were not sufficiently transparent about the process, and discriminated against him because he is a man and gay.

“There are parts of me that wish I didn’t go through this process because I feel like I’ve gone through a lot of re-victimization and re-traumatization,” the accuser said in an interview. “But I also feel like it’s something that needs to be talked about.’’

Meanwhile, the accused student has denied the allegations, which he called “ridiculous,” saying he and his ex-boyfriend had a typical romantic relationship.

I think most of us are familiar with how bitter and vengeful XBF’s can be after a bad breakup.

Get down, PC-style!

From Concordia University (in Montreal) – Politically Correct lefties show how it’s done! Video here.

WARNING: Although it probably rates as only PG-13, it’s one of those things you won’t be able to “un-see”. Words can’t convey the full, un-sexy, un-romantic inanity of these indoctrinated “Affirmative Consent” robots.

Via Daily Caller. DC adds:

Yet in the course of the video, both lovers ask one another whether certain kisses and touches are acceptable only after they have already begun, a clear violation of the need for prior explicit consent.

Heh.

Nick adds: Not sure if it’s because I’m gay in the first place, but… Whoa, I am so flaccid now, dude.

The Ivy League’s Buttsecks Obsession

Posted by V the K at 6:09 pm - November 10, 2014.
Filed under: Academia

First, Harvard (tuition and fees: $68,000 per year) hosts a workshop on “What What in the Butt: Anal Sex 101.″ Now, a student at Dartmouth (tuition and fees: $65,133 per year) chose to ask outgoing Texas Governor Rick Perry this question during a campus Q&A.

“In 2002, you supported Texas’s anti-sodomy law. Do you (Rick Perry) dislike bootysex because the peeny goes in where the poopy comes out?”

As well as several other Buttsecks-related questions.

Real quality intellects at the Ivy League, these days.

[Hat Tip: Weasel Zippers]

Last Time I Checked, I Didn’t Have Any Privilege

Posted by V the K at 1:06 pm - November 7, 2014.
Filed under: Academia,Liberalism Run Amok

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The well-educated loons… I mean, “Social Justice Warriors” … at the University of San Francisco are on the warpath against the alleged privilege of straight, white, Christian males.

Three professors at the University of San Francisco (USF) are claiming that if you are white, heterosexual, able-bodied, Christian, or male, you must “check your privilege,” as part of a campus-wide social marketing campaign that began last week.

“If you can expect time off from work to celebrate your religious holidays, you have Christian Privilege,” according to the new campaign, which defines privilege as “unearned access to social power based on membership in a dominant social group.”

White males have the “privilege” of having to have much higher test scores and grades than women or minorities to get into places like the University of San Francisco. They also have the “privilege” of having less access to scholarships and programs to help pay for them. They also have the “privilege” of being on the wrong side of Affirmative Action hiring practices, and, of course, the privilege of having social justice nitwits constantly telling them how awful they are and how they are responsible for all the problems in the world.

Seems to me, there are a lot of straight, white, Christian males living in Appalachia. How’s that “privilege” working out for them?

[Hat Tip: Weasel Zippers]

We’re All Homophobes, Apparently

Posted by V the K at 9:03 pm - November 6, 2014.
Filed under: Academia

Earlier, we mentioned the ridiculous Harvard Hedonism Week workshop on Teh Buttsecks, and apparently, the organizers are miffed that some of us thought that it was a silly, ridiculous, inappropriate waste of money and effort.

“The conservative backlash speaks to the latent homophobia that society thinks so often it has gotten over, and has not,” Kirin Gupta, one of the event organizers, told MTV. “It speaks to these residual prejudices that people [have] when faced with a reality they’re not willing to acknowledge or respect.”

“I would say that the idea America has a crumbling morality, that we have some kind of morality that’s standing, is built on repressive patriarchal conceptions of sex and sexuality,” Gupta said. “So if that’s crumbling, then let it crumble.”

So, basically admitting the goal is to destroy morality. So, I guess that makes the time and expense worthwhile.

[Hat Tip: Weasel Zips]

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Harvard U: $68,000 a Year to Learn About Buttsecks

Posted by V the K at 11:50 am - November 3, 2014.
Filed under: Academia

Sex week is an annual celebration of hedonism at Harvard University. (Cost of Attendance: $68,000 per year). This year’s festivities include a workshop explaining all about Teh Buttsecks.

“They will cover a wide variety of topics, including: anal anatomy and the potential for pleasure for all genders; how to talk about it with a partner; basic preparation and hygiene; lubes, anal toys, and safer sex; anal penetration for beginners, and much more,” the agenda adds. “Learn the facts about this exciting yet often misunderstood form of pleasure, find out the common mistakes people make, and get all your questions answered.”

For liberals, there will be an explanation of how to move your head out of the way first.

Other seminars and Symposia include:

  • “Brown Girlz Do it Well: a Queer Diaspora Remix”
  • “Losing Your (Concept of) Virginity”
  • “Fifty Shades of False: Kink, Fantasy, and Fetish”
  • “Putting Your Sister to the Test: Lena Dunham Explains Why It’s the Best”

I may have made up that last one.

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The Deranged, Delusional Paranoia of the Left

Posted by V the K at 9:28 am - October 23, 2014.
Filed under: Academia,Leftist Nutjobs

A professor of religion at Skidmore (not Skidmark) College [Annual Tuition: $47,314*] opines that we shouldn’t be afraid of ISIS-flavored terror attacks in the United States. Nope, the voices tell her that the real threat comes from … devout followers of Jesus Christ.

Contrary to the popular opinion that radical Islam is the primary threat to homeland security, Christianity provides the other four groups with their extremist rationale. All are in one way or another affiliated with the Christian Identity movement, a hodgepodge of anarchist and white supremacist politics dedicated to white Christian activism. It’s all about God vs. government, and shoring up the rights of Anglo-Saxon Americans.
The mainstream news media have been remarkably slow when it comes to zeroing in on the pervasive reality of hate-based Christian extremism. It is easier, after all, to blame the un-American other. In 2012, six Sikhs were killed and three wounded in Milwaukee by Wade Michael Page, a neo-Nazi skinhead. The “dangerous other” isn’t always Muslim or Muslim-looking. The Millers affixed a swastika to the body of one of the two police officers they killed.

It probably has not occurred to this elite leftist academic that the reason the “mainstream news media” hasn’t covered Christian-based violent terrorism is because… there hasn’t been any. She can play-pretend that one deranged neo-Nazi skinhead is emblematic of Christianity, and perhaps, in her left-wing academic bubble it is. But seriously, when was the last time someone converted to Christianity and proceeded to shoot up the Canadian Paliament, ram a car into a Canadian soldier, saw the head off a co-worker/hostage/Brtiish soldier all the while screaming “Jesus Loves You!”? Never, that’s when.

* BTW, Business Week has rated Skidmore the 14th worst value in higher education.

The State Demands to Know Your Innermost Thoughts and Your Intimate Details

Clemson University is demanding that students and faculty provide their sexual histories including the most salacious details. (Or they were, until Campus Reform raised an outcry.)

Clemson University is requiring students to reveal how many times they’ve had sex in the past month and with how many partners.

In screenshots obtained exclusively by Campus Reform, the South Carolina university is asking students invasive and personal questions about their drinking habits and sex life as part of what they’ve billed as an online Title IX training course.

“How many times have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?” asks one question.

“With how many different people have you had sex (including oral) in the last 3 months?” asks another.

This is a result of the Campus SaVE Act of 2013, a Democrat-driven law that mandates colleges and universities to “do something” about sexual violence, and by do something, they meant collect lots and lots of personal data and, oh yeah, strip males accused of sexual assault of all Constitutional rights and protections.

Liberals used to freak out about this level of Government intrusiveness. But now, Obama is in power, and it’s all right for the state to collect very personal intimate data, for the Common Good, don’tcha know.

Duke U. Application Includes Essay Question on Sexual Identity

Posted by V the K at 12:14 pm - September 4, 2014.
Filed under: Academia

Once again, catering to the deviants.

Duke University has joined a small group of colleges that include optional questions about sexual orientation and gender identity on admissions applications. But Duke is doing so in a different way from others, with a short essay, rather than boxes to check. And applicants can use the essay to write about identities beyond sexual orientation and gender identity that they want to share with Duke.

Stupid essay question aside, why is this even Duke University’s business.

In fact, that is precisely how I would answer that question, “My sexuality is none of your damn business.”

Moonbat Professor Hates Pink Locker Rooms

A professor at the University of Iowa has a sad because the visiting team’s locker room is painted pink; which somehow encourages homophobia, I guess.

It’s as if the university has sided with the jocks who used to beat up the ‘queers’ in high school,” the march’s website states. “Does a pink locker room directly lead to violence against women and gay people? No. But it does reinforce the repeated narratives about being a man that kids are exposed to from a very young age—which creates subtle and harmful ripple effect.”

You know what else has a harmful ripple effect? Moonbat libs making big deals out of nothin’ to get attention for themselves.

Left-Wing Professor Does Not Express Politically Incorrect Opinion on Gay Marriage

Posted by V the K at 12:18 pm - August 4, 2014.
Filed under: Academia

Kent State Associate Professor of History Julio Cesar Pino calls Israel “the heirs of Nazism” and has penned a long, anti-Semitic diatribe against any professors sympathetic with the Jewish people and their quaint desire not to be exterminated.

“I curse you more than the Israelis, for while The Chosen drain the blood of innocents without apologies you hide behind the mask of academic objectivity, nobility of research and the reward of teaching to foreign youth—-in a segregated university, of course,” he wrote, before signing off with “jihad until victory!”

But he did not… did not... express opposition to gay marriage, so his academic sinecure is perfectly safe.

Because that kind of talk would be, you know, totally out of line with the standards of academia.

It’s kind of sad for Kent State that this (if you’re a conservative, he’s a whack-job, if you’re a progressive, he is a champion of social justice, both mean the same thing) draws employment there. There’s a fine little cafe not far from campus — the Wild Goats cafe — that make wonderful breakfasts. And there are other reasons to like Kent State, but I’m leavin’ it there.