Professor Attacked: Where have the Men Gone?

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SOTG 557 – Professor Attacked: Where have the Men Gone?
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A Middlebury, Vermont college professor was attacked by students and sent to the emergency room. One might be led to ask, where are all the men in Vermont? We might ponder the same thing.

The liberal lunatics are at it again, this time they are targeting pre-school age children and using coloring books to spread their left-wing propaganda. No everyone appreciates having their kids targeted by insane psychobabble and the author of the coloring books has cried foul.

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Topics Covered During This Episode:

  • Female College professor attacked by student thugs – Middlebury Professor on Charles Murray Riots: ‘This Was the Saddest Day of My Life’
  • Here is a clue: Toni the Tampon – Transgender: ‘Toni the Tampon’ Teaches Children Men Can Menstruate
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From www.breitbart.com:

Professor Allison Stanger, who was injured and sent to the hospital during a riot that occurred at an event last week at Middlebury College featuring Charles Murray, recently took to Facebook to express thoughts on the incident.

Stanger, a Democrat, claims that she welcomed the opportunity to be involved in the event featuring American Enterprise Institute Scholar Charle Murray after several students asked her to moderate. In a Facebook post from March 4, she wrote, “while my students may know I am a Democrat, all of my courses are nonpartisan, and this was a chance to demonstrate publicly my commitment to a free and fair exchange of views in my classroom.”

She claims that most of her faculty colleagues that expressed concern over the event had admitted that they had never read anything that Murray had written. Despite this admission, Stanger claims that these faculty not only rendered judgments about Murray’s work and personal character, but they also participated in the protests that shut down the event.

I saw some of my faculty colleagues who had publicly acknowledged that they had not read anything Dr. Murray had written join the effort to shut down the lecture. All of this was deeply unsettling to me. What alarmed me most, however, was what I saw in student eyes from up on that stage. Those who wanted the event to take place made eye contact with me. Those intent on disrupting it steadfastly refused to do so. It was clear to me that they had effectively dehumanized me. They couldn’t look me in the eye, because if they had, they would have seen another human being. There is a lot to be angry about in America today, but nothing good ever comes from demonizing our brothers and sisters.

After the event was moved to a private location where Murray continued his lecture via an online live-stream, protesters banged on the windows and set off the fire alarm in a desperate attempt to shut down the proceedings.

When it was time to leave the building, Stanger escorted Murray to a car which was to take them to a nearby restaurant for dinner and conversation with students and faculty. As soon as the exited the building, they were swarmed by protesters. Stanger describes the scene as feeling more “like a Baghdad scene from Homeland rather than an evening at an institution of higher learning.”

As Stanger shielded Murray from the protesters, she claims that she “feared for [her] life.”

“For those of you who marched in Washington the day after the inauguration, imagine being in a crowd like that, only being surrounded by hatred rather than love,” she wrote.

Stanger sustained neck injuries and was ushered to a nearby hospital by her husband before being joined by Middlebury President Laurie Patton.

Stanger concluded by arguing that the riots at Middlebury College aren’t just reflective of a problem in higher education, but of a greater problem that is brewing around the nation.

To people who wish to spin this story as one about what’s wrong with elite colleges and universities, you are mistaken. Please instead consider this as a metaphor for what is wrong with our country, and on that, Charles Murray and I would agree. This was the saddest day of my life.

From www.breitbart.com:

The author of a children’s coloring book has invented a character named “Toni the Tampon” to instruct children that men can menstruate.

Cass Clemmer, the author of The Adventures of Toni the Tampon, has been using her coloring book character to “destigmatize” menstruation. Now, however, she also wants to “de-gender” the female biological process and to persuade children that men get periods too.

Clemmer’s latest adventure of Toni the Tampon is one aspect of the progressive campaign to blur the differences between male and female, and to ultimately create a “genderless” society which bars the commonplace civic distinctions between biological males and biological females in a heterosexual society.

This larger political campaign is also pushing judges to permit men to change their legal sex by simply declaring they have a female “gender identity.” That ruling would allow men to freely use women’s shower rooms, women’s shelters, and women’s athletic leagues. The ideology also says that women with the “gender identity” of men should be described as men — even when they are menstruating.

The artist says Toni the Tampon purposely has a gender-ambiguous name because she hoped to create a coloring book that was “affirming to all menstruators.”

“I’d rather help just one genderqueer or trans menstruator feel like they were seen than sell a thousand copies only to reinforce the boundaries society draws by gendering periods in the first place,” she says.