University of New Hampshire: Gender Microaggressions cause Heart Disease in Women

, Spencer Irvine, 3 Comments

This whole microaggressions thing is getting out of hand:

The University of New Hampshire, which previously caused controversy after publishing a language guide claiming the word “American” was “problematic,” is now claiming that gender microaggressions are causing poverty and heart disease among women.

The claim is made by a university resource on gender microaggressions through the university’s “UNH Advance” program, which aims to “improve the climate for UNH faculty through fair and equitable policies, practices and leadership development.” UNH Advance is funded by the National Science Foundation, a federal agency created by Congress “to promote the progress of science.”


3 Responses

  1. Houmid

    November 2, 2015 10:09 am

    Don’t these morons at UNH realize that men still die from heart disease in numbers far exceeding women? Bunch of bleeding men haters.

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