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Thursday, May 23, 2019

University Dubs Conservative Women Two-Fifths Of A Person

Mike Adams


"Feminists often decry the “fact” that women earn 77 cents for every dollar a man makes. Despite the flaws in the studies upon which this statistic is based, the idea of treating a human as less than fourfifths of a person appalls them. Similarly, while ignoring political context, feminists decry the “fact” that our founders were racists by complaining that they considered blacks to be three-fifths of a person. Yet feminist administrators at UNC-Wilmington (a.k.a. “The Dub”) recently ruled that conservative women are less than one-half of a person. Unlike the feminists, I can bolster that accusation with facts and appropriate political context. Last August, a conflict emerged between a feminist adminiistrator and two conservative women – one an alumna and the other a student. The feminist administrator ran the Women Studies Resource Center (WSRC) until she recently resigned in the wake of the conflict, which has now resulted in a federal civil rights complaint. The initial conflict was over the question of whether the WSRC would fund an abortion debate sponsored by a Christian organization. It was doubtful they would, given their long herstory of only sponsoring unequivocally pro-abortion events."
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" . . .I was incensed. I was one of the proposed debate participants. The other was abortionist Dr. Willie Parker. (That debate eventually happened and you can watch it by clicking on this link).

"It will come as no surprise to readers that I did not take this laying down. I decided to file a formal Title IX complaint since the funding for my speech was denied on the basis of my gender. I was one of the males subjected to discrimination. So I had standing as the complainant. The two conservative women were the ear-witnesses to the discrimination." . . .

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