The marketing campaign for the University of Wyoming was a resounding financial success, contrary to the complaints of some professors who said the phrase, “The World Needs More Cowboys,” was sexist.
At least that seems to be a theme in a new teachers’ prep course.
Purdue University’s online writing lab guide has a handout that warns students against using words that include “man” out of fear of offending others.
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.
A psychology professor discovered that personal preferences, not sexism, is the reason behind the gender gap in STEM professional fields.
‘Man spreading’ (or when men sit down and spread their legs) is sexist, claimed a college student.
An English professor at the University of Michigan claimed that “the English language is sexist” in a lecture at Iowa State University.
From Campus Reform: The American Association of University Women (AAUW) has launched a new social media campaign to fight “sexist microaggressions.” The #StandUpToSexism campaign is intended to combat “seemingly small acts of sexism” such as “implicit bias,…
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From the College Fix: The University of the South recently posted on Facebook an article that praised its female students as “fresh faced and pretty” – but then deleted it from their newsfeed after complaints…