(National Sentinel) Fighting Back: As Left-wing lunacy continues to spread across U.S. college and university campuses, a backlash against the insanity is growing as well as individuals and groups fight to restore sanity in American higher education.
One of the most recent battlegrounds is Northeastern University, where one of the nation’s oldest men’s organizations has filed a federal Title IX complaint against a feminist ‘man-hating’ professor because school officials failed to act to curb her blatant gender bias, Campus Reform reports.
Suzanna Danuta Walters, the chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department (and why is there even such a department in the first place?) published an ‘op-ed’ entitled, “Why Can’t We Hate Men?” on June 8, in which she wrote that ultimately it “seems logical” to hate the male of the human species.
She later doubled down on her male-hating remarks in an interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education, where she stated that while she “doesn’t hate men in some generic way,” it nevertheless makes sense for women to have “legitimate rage” against men.
“My point here was to say that it makes sense for women to have rage, legitimate rage, against a group of people that has systematically abused them,” Walters told the Chronicle’s Alexander Kafka.
Right. Because relationship abuse only flows one way. Females never abuse men, physically or emotionally (and if you believe that we have oceanfront property in Colorado to sell you).
As word of her remarks and op-ed spread, some brave souls at the university began to question whether the institution’s Title IX office was going to launch an investigation. One person calling for it was University of Michigan-Flint Prof. Mark Perry, who noted — correctly — “How could a male student ever expect fair, just, and equitable treatment from Professor Walters?”
“How could a male faculty colleague applying for tenure and/or promotion…expect fair treatment from Professor Walters, after her public admission of hatred toward all men?” he added, according to Campus Reform.
Walters isn’t scheduled to teach next semester, but that doesn’t matter because she is the senior instructor in her department and she advises a lot of students.
Perry never received a response, so the National Coalition for Men (NCFM) decided to go a different way: Earlier this month the organization filed a Title IX complaint, arguing that Walters is obviously hostile towards men.
“The article offers circumstantial evidence that the current ideology/composition of the [Women’s Studies Department] creates an overall hostile effect against male participants,” the complaint reads, but it doesn’t “request disciplinary action against the Chair.”
Rather, the complaint states that the “political links” and “academic and professional sources” posted on the department’s website mention women and LGBT groups — but no male organizations.
Because men aren’t entitled to civil rights — or something like that.
“Suzanne Walters is the Chair of their Women Studies program, not some random schmuck,” NCFM President Harry Crouch told Campus Reform.
“Her openly hateful behavior is reprehensible, disgusting, and irresponsible. She should not be allowed to promote her misandry in an educational institution with impressionable minds.”
What will come of the complaint? If Northeastern’s initial response — nothing — is indicative, the question has been answered.
But what it will do is send another red flag to the Trump Education Department that the American system of higher education has been hijacked by the uber-Left and it’s not only producing graduates with crap degrees but also warping the minds of the next generation of leaders.
Enough red flags and eventually someone at the Education Department will notice.
The original story reported that Suzanne Walters is affiliated with Northwestern University. She is affiliated with Northeastern University. The story has been updated to reflect the correct institution. We regret the error.
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