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Colleges Wage Propaganda War Against Masculinity

Thursday, November 3, 2016 13:46
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Despite decades of politically correct indoctrination, men are still somewhat male. No worries, moonbats. Academia has been working hard to correct this:

For example, a class at Dartmouth College this semester, “The Orlando Syllabus,” identifies so-called toxic masculinity as playing a role in the mass murder spree at a Florida club during the summer. …

Other instances of combating toxic masculinity on campus can be found at both the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and Duke University, which launched programs specifically designed for male students to delve into “violent masculinity” and “healthier masculinity” and discuss issues like gender fluidity.

“Healthy masculinity” means squishy soft moonbattery in place of masculinity. Alan Alda holding your hand during a group therapy session would be an example of “healthy masculinity.”

At a mandatory freshmen orientation training at Gettysburg College in August, male students had to watch a documentary which stated in part that the “three most destructive words” a boy can hear growing up is “be a man.” …

The “Thrive” club, part of the Claremont colleges consortium which meets as a “safe space” to talk about mental health, advertises that “masculinity can be extremely toxic to our mental health, both to the people who are pressured to preform it and the people who are inevitably influenced by it.” …

Last year, Vanderbilt University hosted “Healthy Masculinities Week,” led in part by Jackson Katz, the first man to minor in women studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Katz has denounced men for having muscular physiques; he also dislikes “hyper-masculinized sporting culture.”

The point is to advance cultural Marxism by demonizing the aspects of men that make them men, and portraying them as oppressors:

Various promotional videos promoting health masculinity advocate challenging “the traditional norms of what we envision masculinity to be” by recognizing “male privilege.” Goals touted through the education include undoing a legacy of “harm, oppression and dominance.”

The video below demonstrates the progress universities have made in reducing young men to brainwashed nancy-boys:

On a tip from Bodhisattva.

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