In, of course, The Washington Post.
A graduate school located in Lower Manhattan, in New York City, offers a course on economics through a feminist lens and perspective.
A college professor in Australia, in a recent journal article, claimed that small classroom chairs disempowers women and is a mode of sexism against women.
Apparently, selfies (i.e. photos of oneself often taken from a smartphone) are pushing ‘traditional gender roles’ at the University of Georgia.
An anti-Trump lecture was held at Cornell to mark the one-year anniversary of the election of President Donald Trump, featuring a professor who wrote poems of being a “nasty woman.”
A study blamed “femininity norms” as the reason behind women not choosing STEM as a college major or profession.
‘Man spreading’ (or when men sit down and spread their legs) is sexist, claimed a college student.
A group tells white feminists that they have to check their white privilege. Oh, the irony.
A feminist academic wants safe spaces in quantum physics and is not a fan of Sir Isaac Newton’s alleged oppression.
In his latest book, No Campus for White Men, author Scott Greer dives into the Left’s continued war on free speech, common sense and the Caucasian male.