Eating meat perpetuates ‘hegemonic masculinity,’ idiot feminist prof says

ANNE DELESSIO PARSON IS STANDING BETWEEN THE LADY AND GENTLEMAN OF COLOR.

Never trust a woman with a hypenated name. I’m thinking our center of attention in this post is “married” to another woman or possibly a tranny. That would be the cool thing to do.

Another cool thing to do is to write a gobbledy-gook analysis of the patriarchy, substituting opinion for logic or fact. Eating meat oppresses women and nonwhites, you see.

Lesbian Parson should try a little man meat. It might do her good.

Campus Reform

Pennsylvania State University sociology professor recently argued that eating meat perpetuates “hegemonic masculinity” and “gender hegemony.”

This is not a joke. It’s not from The Onion. I swear.

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White (?) South African Woman Named Miss Universe 2017

DEMI-LEIGH NEL-PETERS. MISS UNIVERSE 2017.

Everyone is saying that Miss South Africa, now Miss Universe, is white. I can’t find anything to the contrary. However, she looks mixed race to me. Am I off base? I don’t suppose she could be Jewish. In the picture below, her father resembles a Hindu.

While I’m at it, let me beat Germanic Slav to the punch and call out Miss South Africa as a tranny with fake boobs.

USA Today

Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has been crowned Miss Universe 2017.

Nel-Peters beat out first runner-up Miss Colombia Laura González and second runner-up Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett for the crown Sunday night in Las Vegas.

Nel-Peters, 22, recently earned her degree in business management at North-West University.

During a pre-taped interview, the Western Cape native talked about how her experience being held at gunpoint made her passionate about training women in self-defense. She plans to bring that passion, along with a self-defense program she helped develop, to the Miss Universe platform.

During the competition’s Q&A portion, the newly crowned Miss Universe was asked about the most important issue she thought was facing women in the workplace.

“In some places, women get paid 75% of what men earn for doing the same job, working the same hours — and I do not believe that this is right,” she said. “I think we should have equal work for equal pay for women all over the world.”

Miss Colombia and Miss Jamaica also impressed the judges during the Q&A segment, answering questions on how to talk to children about terrorism and sexual harassment, respectively.

“Sexual harassment is a form of abuse and no abuse should be tolerated whether in the workplace or in society,” Bennett said. “I believe that men and women should come together and be professional.”

So, she’s a damn politically correct feminist. It sure didn’t take much courage to say that she’s against sexual harassment. That’s a pretty softball question that the contest threw at her.

Here’s more on her.

She was called out as a racist for wearing gloves when touching black children for a photo op. Read more at India.com.

Meanwhile, as reported at IB Times, the fans of Miss Jamaica are furious that she’s not Miss Universe.

One more thing. I found a couple of pictures of her father (here with her stepmother and her). He doesn’t look white to me. Asian Indian? With the name Bennie Peters?

Miss Universe is a globalist psy op anyway, intended to promote open borders and multiculturalism. It’s best not to watch it and help the TV ratings. Maybe it will go away some day.

Based Florida International Republican Students Under Investigation, as Mestizo VP Quits Over Hate Speech

MARK ROSENBERG, PRESIDENT OF FIU.

The Jewish president of Florida International University, which is loaded with Mestizo students and professors, some illegal aliens, will decide the fate of the College Republicans club on campus.

The CR group ventured into politically incorrect speech online and now a highly vocal group of social justice warriors want the Republicans shut down. Basically, they advocated deporting illegals and building Trump’s wall.

That left “minority” students (the majority at FIU) feeling threatened.

The poor snowflakes.

Miami New Times

At Florida International University, the fallout over a leaked group chat from the school’s College Republicans is still spreading. After New Times first reported Friday about the chats — which show the young GOP students joking about deporting classmates and making light of the attack by a white supremacist in Charlottesville — the school announced it was investigating the group.

Now hundreds of students have signed a petition urging FIU President Mark Rosenberg to “take immediate action” against the College Republicans, and the club’s vice president has resigned over the “disgusting hate.” In fact, the former vice president says he had earlier reported the offensive comments to school authorities, who did nothing to curb the problem.

“I was elected VP and hoped I was able to cause real change and stop the radicalism that is happening,” writes Mauricio Pons, who says he’s the grandson of Cuban immigrants and was particularly disturbed by the College Republicans’ xenophobic tenor. “I’m sad to say that for nine months my efforts were futile and I left the group chat because of its toxicity and hate speech.”

The chats, which New Times received from an anonymous tipster in the group, show FIU’s College Republicans sharing memes calling the protesters injured and killed in Charlottesville by Nazis “snowflakes.” The group also discussed calling ICE on classmates who protested in favor of protecting young undocumented immigrants last week.

Here are the relatively innocuous chats that the Republicans were having with each other in what was apparently a private forum. You can read far more racist comments at Zerohedge, Yahoo, and a host of other websites that encourage free speech.

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE.

It’s outrageous that an investigation has been launched by a university at the behest of meddling social justice warriors. For example, the students advocate building Trump’s wall. Are they going to be expelled for that?

More than 700 students have now signed a petition on Change.org demanding that Rosenberg discipline the group. The petition notes that school leaders began investigating a fraternity on campus only after New Times and other outlets reported on leaked chats from the frat showing members joking about rape and hazing.

“Since the College Republicans are not willing to discipline their own, we are calling on FIU to take immediate action so that our minority student population feels safe going to school,” the petition notes. “Threats of intimidation should not be taken lightly by our administration.”

The petition was started by FIU graduate student Allison Sardinas, an assistant for the Center for Women’s and Gender studies. Sardinas says she’s an advocate for immigrant communities and was one of the organizers of the walkout at FIU last week demanding Congress pass immigration protections for students.

SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIOR ALLISON SARDINAS HAS A HISTORY OF MAKING TROUBLE FOR PEOPLE SHE DISAGREES WITH.

“I believe the students violated the student code of conduct, particularly by threatening to deport specific students,” Sardinas says. “I think they should be put on at least probation before they’re allowed to be up and running again.”

She’s not alone. Students at FIU have been alarmed by the rhetoric in the chat.

“It’s hard to believe the fact that people are still dehumanizing other groups, especially at such a diverse university,” says Jamel Holt, a freshman at FIU. “I don’t think the statement about purchasing weapons should be taken lightly at all.” He also believes the school should consider an “in-depth” investigation rather than just blowing it off.

Adds freshman Ruth Artze: “It’s really unfortunate to see people have those hateful thoughts, especially when we’re a ‘Worlds Ahead’ school full of international students. It makes FIU a little more unsafe to students who already feel unsafe in this country under this administration.”

Tucker: PA Professor Blames ‘Toxic Masculinity’ for Texas Church Shooting

PROFESSOR COLLEEN CLEMONS. FINALLY, AN ATTRACTIVE FEMINIST.

OK, here’s how the Marxists, trained in the Saul Alinksy methods, work their smear jobs.

For one thing, it takes a catchy phrase to get people’s attention. It’s best if the phrase conveys a negative image in people’s minds.

Colleen uses the phrase “TOXIC MASCULINITY.”

I’m sure that she didn’t coin the phrase, but it’s a good one for propaganda purposes.

Let’s see how she uses that phrase to slander men, then we’ll get back to the Alinksy strategy that’s at work here.

Fox News Insider

The director of women’s and gender studies at a Pennsylvania university claimed “toxic masculinity” is “killing everyone” and blamed the phenomenon for the Texas church shooting.

Professor Colleen Clemens at Kutztown University in Berks County, Pa. tweeted that “Toxic Masculinity is killing everyone – repeat – toxic masculinity is killing everyone – repeat.”

Tucker Carlson said he asked Clemens to come on his program to discuss her accusations, but that the woman replied that she “feared for her safety.”

AFRAID FOR HER SAFETY OR AFRAID OF TUCKER’S RIDICULE?

Catalina Magazine publisher Cathy Areu told Carlson that “toxic masculinity” is a real phenomenon, as men commit more violent crimes than women.

Toxic masculinity is killing everyone. REPEAT. Toxic masculinity is killing everyone. REPEAT. Toxic masculinity is killing everyone. REPEAT. https://t.co/WFhAdphE14

— Colleen Clemens (@clutzclemens) November 6, 2017
Clemens’ initial tweet linked to a WPVI news story reporting that President Trump said the shooting was not a “gun [control] situation”

She later tweeted that “ad hominem attacks are petty and useless. Engage with my ideas? All for it. Trolls need not apply.”

Ad hominem attacks are petty and useless. Engage with my ideas? All for it. Trolls need not apply. Feel free to continue making assumptions about me. But in the meantime, I will be teaching while you sit around tweeting. SAD!

— Colleen Clemens (@clutzclemens) November 8, 2017
“Feel free to continue making assumptions about me. But in the meantime, I will be teaching while you sit around tweeting. SAD!” Clemens tweeted.

Obnoxious Cathy Areu showed up at Tucker’s request to discuss the “toxic masculinity” claim.

When a Marxist professor wants to target a group, say men, then the professor must find something negative about men to bitch about. In this case, men commit more mass murders than women. Thus, the claim:

“Toxic masculinity is killing everyone.”

So some vague concept is the killer, not specific individuals. And that vague concept is killing “everyone.”

Hyperbole? Much!

Obviously, muh cute prof doesn’t like masculinity, or at least she thinks she doesn’t like it.

Most men never commit murder. Most masculine men never kill either. Let’s say Donald Trump, Arnold Schwazenegger, and Chuck Norris are masculine men. Agree?

They and millions of other masculine men never kill. The onus is thus on muh prof to prove her thesis.

Since blacks commit murder far out of proportion to their numbers in the population, do you think that Colleen would ever talk about “toxic black masculinity?”

I don’t think so because then her Marxist friends would label her as a racist.

One more thing. Men were certainly freer to express their masculinity in the 1950s than today, yet mass shootings never happened that I can recall.

What changed?

Lots of things, including the indoctrination of women into the man-hating cult of feminism.

It’s too bad about Colleen. In a different world, she would have made some man a nice wife.

Having ‘white nuclear family’ promotes white supremacy, says woman sociology professor

JESSIE DANIELS, SOCIOLOGY PROFESSOR. SAYS HAVING A FAMILY IS RACIST.

If blacks don’t form stable family units then let’s all sink to their level. To do anything else would be racist.

Anything good that you do for your children leaves some poor Niglet somewhere worse off, so don’t do anything good for your children. If you do, the Nutty Professor says you’re a racist.

Sociology is science lite, populated with low IQ women professors not smart enough to go into science, engineering, or economics.

Jessie is one of the dumb ones in the dumbest field of study at the university.

Fox News

A City University of New York sociology professor reportedly said in a tweetstorm last week that “the white-nuclear family” promotes racism, prompting a backlash on social media.

Jessie Daniels, described as an expert on “the Internet manifestations of racism” on her CUNY page, infuriated social media users after reportedly saying that white families promote racism by default.

The professor began her argument saying she learned that “the white-nuclear family is one of the most powerful forces supporting white supremacy,” adding that that families “reproducing white children” are “part of the problem” as they facilitate white supremacy in the country, Campus Reform reported.

She reportedly tweeted: “I mean, if you’re a white person who says they’re engaged in dismantling white supremacy but … you’re forming a white family (and) reproducing white children that ‘you want the best for’ – how is that helping [and] not part of the problem?”

She reportedly ended her arguement suggesting that “white people” should confront their racism and stop perpetuating inequality by leaving their homes for their children.

“Until white people are ready to confront their own family’s racism (and) participation in systemic white supremacy, it’s not getting dismantled,” she wrote. “Beyond just calling out interpersonal racism, white people who want to be engaged in the work need to ask themselves about housing wealth.”

She added: “White people: do you own your home? When you die, where’s wealth in that house going? If it’s to your children, you’re reproducing (inequality).”

The professor locked her account in response to the criticism. Fox News reached out to the professor and the university early Tuesday and did not receive an immediate response.

CUNY describes Jessie as a world renowned expert on racism.

She makes her living seeing racism everywhere. It would be interesting to probe the mind of an anti-racist race traitor like her. Instead of telling blacks to improve (an impossibility) she tells whites to sink into the gutter. Stunning!

However, it would be easier to just send her to a work camp after the revolution so that she could be among the nonwhites she loves so dearly.

That’s Jessie on the left in the picture below. It doesn’t look to me that she’s going to be forming a normal family anytime soon.

O’Reilly Sues Critic for $5 Million Over “malicious” Facebook Post

MIKE PANTER, BILLO WANTS $5 MIL FROM HIM.

Anyone can file a lawsuit against anyone else at anytime. I recall I went to the federal courthouse in San Antonio, wrote a check for a $300 to $400 filing fee, filled in a form by hand, and I had a lawsuit going. That was without a lawyer at the time.

Most lawyers recommend that you leave the amount of damages open rather than specifying an amount. I was told that judges don’t like to be told how much you want early in a lawsuit.

Filing a lawsuit is easy. Winning is more difficult.

O’Reilly’s Facebook critic, Michael Panter, will need to come up with at least $200,000 to defend himself. There will probably be 60 to 100 pretrial motions that his lawyer will need to respond to. At $300 an hour the lawyer’s fees will add up.

If his critic told the truth about O’Reilly or if what he wrote is OPINION, then he should win. As a public figure O’Reilly can be criticized. In order for him to win his case, he will have to prove that Panter acted with malice.

You may recall that Sarah Palin sued the New York Times earlier this year for defamation. Her case was quickly dismissed.

Deadline

With more revelations about multimillion-dollar sexual harassment settlements becoming public, ex-Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly threw some muscle around in the courts today to the tune of $5 million.

“The relief includes, but is not limited to, reputational damages, monetary damages, special damages, punitive damages, costs, fees, injunctive relief, and such other relief as is just and proper, in an amount not less than $5 million,” said the two-page summons of notice filing (read it here) in New York Supreme Court against Michael Panter over a social media posting that didn’t exactly paint O’Reilly in the best of lights.

As a potential deal with Sinclair Broadcasting and return to the small screen looms for the former Factor frontman, the self-described “not a litigious guy” this morning followed up on his promise of yesterday to go after anyone who uttered what he considered untruths about him. A category into which former New Jersey state assemblymen Panter now falls, in O’Reilly’s view.

“This action seeks redress for Defendant Panter’s intentional, malicious, and bad faith actions in making defamatory and false statements in a publicly-available social media post,” says O’Reilly attorney Fredric Newman on Friday, designating Nassau County as the specific jurisdiction for the matter.

As damage spread from the news earlier this week of a $32 million sexual harassment settlement by O’Reilly just before Fox reupped his contract to $25 million annually, Panter went on Facebook claiming that an FNC-employed ex-girlfriend of his had once settled a harassment case with O’Reilly. He then asserted the NDA-bound ex was later contacted directly by O’Reilly looking for “anything you have” on another woman accusing the then-FNC host of sexual harassment.

“Plaintiff seeks damages for the public hatred, ridicule, disgrace, and permanent harm to his professional and personal reputations as a result of Defendant Panter’s publication of knowingly false defamatory statements about Plaintiff, which were made with actual malice, as well as Defendant Panter’s intentional infliction of emotional distress upon Plaintiff,” the summons adds without taking a breath.

While not actually a lawsuit — nothing like that has been filed, it seems — O’Reilly is clearly taking a page from ex-colleague Eric Bolling’s legal book and going after those he thinks are going after him.

Like the $50 million action this summer by the then-suspended and later pink-slipped Bolling against Huffington Post freelancer Yashar Ali over suggestive texts from the former Five co-host to female co-workers, this is not an actual lawsuit. O’Reilly, who was canned from FNC in April as more than $13 million in sexual harassment settlements by him and the company were revealed, may be trying to intimidate more than litigate.

Variety adds this information about Panter’s scribblings:

Panter is a one-time New Jersey politician who took to Facebook on Tuesday to write about how the one-time Fox News Channel star treated a former girlfriend of his after she had accused O’Reilly of sexual harassment. The summons says O’Reilly believes he has been defamed.

In the Facebook post, Panter offered details of how O’Reilly purportedly called his ex-girlfriend and solicited information from her about another woman who had also made harassment allegations against the former Fox News star.

Super Dykey Professor: Replace ‘Traditional Science’ With ‘Anti-Science, Antiracist, Feminist Approach’

SARA GIORDANO. SCIENCE IS RACIST AND MUST GO.

Man, oh man.

When that one turned dyke she decided to go all the way.

What a f*cking freak!

It’s almost too much to have to look at her in order to put together this post.

But I soldier on.

Daily Caller

A women’s studies professor at the University of California, Davis has declared that the time has come to replace “traditional science” with “a much needed anti-science, antiracist, feminist approach to knowledge production.”

The professor is Sara Giordano, according to Campus Reform.

Giordano, who has a Ph.D. in neuroscience but has chosen to pursue a career in the field of gender, sexuality and women’s studies, expounds on her thesis in a lengthy essay in Catalyst, a feminist theory journal.

In her 6,611-word treatise (with only three footnotes), Giordano calls on women to “challenge the authority of Science” by “rewriting knowledge” in a way that “explicitly unsticks Science from Truth and therefore opens up possibilities to unstick Being/Power/Truth/Freedom from Coloniality.”

Science is a root cause — perhaps the root cause — of “racial hierarchy,” “genocide,” “slavery” and “exploitation,” the sexuality and women’s studies professor claims.

“Traditional science” depends on “a colonial and racialized form of power,” Giordano says. “These genealogies demonstrate the co-construction of Science with the globalization of racial hierarchy, both of which together naturalize and justify domination through acts of genocide, slavery, and other forms of exploitation. At the root of the justification for social inequality then is Western science (together with philosophy and other modern disciplines).”

Science is also the cause of the evils of capitalism.

“By producing the categories of human/nonhuman as forms of natural (yet flexible) racial difference, capitalism becomes justified as a natural (yet flexible) economic system,” Giordano writes.

What’s more, science is a privileged field because “taking pleasure in observing our ‘natural world’ is class- and race-based, as many people grow up without ‘nature’ around them.”

Science is also “always political,” Giordano asserts. The “goal of science is not the innocent goal of ‘understanding nature’ but rather a political project of producing ‘nature.’”

The prominence of science is bad for feminism because “science and feminism” are “an unequal pairing, with science occupying a privileged place.” It’s time, Giordano says, to “go back to feminist antiracist politics instead.”

Giordano calls on feminists who are “trained in the sciences” to avoid science. Instead, she says, they should teach something called “critical science literacy skills based on our first-hand knowledge of the sciences.”

The “delegitimizing of science” can “create new definitions of science — ones that are politically grounded in social justice and the politics of location.”

Giordano suggests that feminist professors should engage in “‘pedagogy through politics’ rather than a pedagogy centered solely on the classroom.’”

“In my own teaching and research I have developed a kind of critical science literacy practice,” she writes.

“For example, in one semester students used the skills developed in the course to produce a strategic collective response to anti-immigrant population control environmentalism propaganda that was circulating on campus and in the larger community around Earth Day.”

The University of California, Davis, Giordano’s employer, is infamous in part because the campus newspaper issued a steely edict last year warning students that drinking too much to celebrate Cinco de Mayo is a form of racist cultural appropriation. Also, the student newspaper said, anyone celebrating must spend time learning about the intricacies of “Chicanx/Latinx culture.”

Back in 2011, a campus cop at UC Davis pepper-sprayed a group of protesters who were huddled together on a sidewalk. That incident ultimately resulted in a $1 million settlement divided among several protesters. The officer who pepper-sprayed the protesters, John Pike, also received his own $38,056 settlement for mental anguish for “psychiatric injury.”

This is the second woman professor this week who has attacked traditional scholarship. The first was the Latina who alleged that math was racist. Now this one broadens out the accusation to all rational scientific thought.

I never met a lesbian at the university who wasn’t batsh*t crazy. Even by normal lesbian standards this one is beyond crazy.

It’s nothing that five years in a work camp wouldn’t fix, though.

America is so fuxated, though, that removing the garbage from our universities is out of the question, much less putting it in work camps.

One last thing. Her classes will be populated with crazy lesbians like her. They will give her high teaching marks. She will win teaching awards and be promoted.

But if she taught a class to the general student body, none of those good things would happen for her. That’s the way universities work today.