WHITNEY STARK’S PHOTO FROM HER ABANDONED TWITTER.
“Safe spaces” for colored women is what Whitney Stark says she wants.
Even the great Sherlock Holmes would find difficulty in making sense of modern feminists, whose writers are more obscure than the most fiendish acts of the greatest villians that Holmes ever brought to justice.
Here we have a feminist professor, probably earning $100,000 a year, who writes that physics is oppressing women and nonwhites because it follows the thought patterns of male minds, including the mind of Isaac Newton.
Come again, you say?
First, read the story and then let’s see if we can find any logic in this hodge-podge of nonsense.
A feminist scholar with no academic training in physics has developed a theory of “intersectional quantum physics” to fight oppression.
Whitney Stark, a scholar affiliated with the University of Arizona and Utrecht University in the Netherlands, published her latest theory in a journal published by Duke University Press.
In the 2017 edition of the Minnesota Review, the feminist academic argued that “combining intersectionality and quantum physics” will help to understand “marginalized people” and create “safer spaces” for them.
According to The College Fix, Stark claims that the traditional theory of quantum physics needs an update because it underpins our current social system and its attendant racism, sexism, and classism.
The paper blames Isaac Newton’s laws of motion as the primary force enabling this oppression of people.
IS SHE LOOKING FOR A COLORED LADY TO MATE WITH?
Stark tries to qualify her argument, claiming “Newtonian physics” are based on absolutes and binary differences, which reinforce binary classifications like male/female or living/non-living.
Such binary classification, says Stark, is “hierarchical and exploitative” and a “part of the apparatus that enables oppression”.
To fight the need to group people based on “exploitative” categories, the academic suggests combining intersectional feminist theory with quantum physics theory.
Later in the paper, Stark also gave examples of how Newtonian physics oppressed minority groups.
She argued that science has historically hurt activism by small minority groups because of the tendency to categorize people and therefore overshadowing the efforts of small groups by dominant identity groups.
As a real-life example, Stark asks people to look at black feminist history:
For instance, in many “official” feminist histories of the United States, black/African American women’s organizing and writing are completely unaccounted for before the 1973 creation of the middle-class, professional National Black Feminist Organization.
That happened because the struggle of black feminists was absorbed by the broader category of feminism, which in return denied legitimacy to the group — all because of the binary hierarchies that favor white women and erases black women’s efforts.
To ensure marginalized groups aren’t subsumed by dominant identity groups, Stark, who’s a white woman herself, urges privileged people to engage in “deprioritizing” that would create “safer spaces”.
“For instance, I, being white, should not be in all spaces, positions of authority, or meetings,” she wrote, adding that her presence could “stall” movements towards progress.
The author concludes her academic article, wishing that the “apparatus that enables oppression” – meaning Newtonian physics – moves towards “less oppressive” dynamics.
“Hopefully, this alliance can enact ways of valuing [people] differently.”
First, this nonsense reminds me of those fake papers that some professors write in order to show how corrupt the peer review system is in higher education.
Second, while working on my doctoral degree at Tulane University (Jew central in the South), we were enlightened with the wisdom that if you can’t explain your economics in terms that the average person can understand, then you don’t really understand your theories.
There’s nothing here that would make sense to an average person. Furthermore, Stark’s work is trite in the sense that it just repeats standard leftist talking points, but applies them to physics.
I suspect that Stark has a sexual fetish for colored women, which motivates her writings.
If she thinks this academic poop is going to get her laid, she’s sadly mistaken. Working on her looks a little would go further.
I found this older video of Stark talking about her education at Antioch College. It dates to 2007.
Sadly, this creature is what your educational tax dollars are paying for. President Trump should cut public funds for feminist studies to zero. If the ladies can crowd fund their nonsense then more power to them.