Their Goal is to Destroy All men By Mrs Vera West

     I do not watch television at all, believing that one toilet in a house is enough. But, here is commentary about the next thing the Left are attacking: 

“It seems as though the liberals always find a way to complain about something – if it’s not racist, then its sexist, and if it’s not sexist, then it’s somehow an example of “toxic masculinity.” Take the left-leaning television show The Big Bang Theory, for example, which two (presumably liberal) professors are now attacking for its display of what they are calling “toxic geek masculinity.” That’s right – even progressive-leaning television programs aren’t safe from the social justice crowd. In their new book “Toxic Geek Masculinity in Media: Sexism, Trolling, and Identity Politics,” authors Bridget Blodgett of the University of Maryland and Anastasia Salter of the University of Central Florida argue that contrary to popular belief, computer geeks aren’t a marginalized group; rather, they are aligned “with a type of toxic straight white masculinity that is rooted deeply in current cultural struggles.”

In order to make their point that geek masculinity is “an inevitable evolution of hegemonic masculinity in a culture where dominance and technical mastery are increasingly interwoven,” the two professors point to an episode of The Big Bang Theory titled “The Contractual Obligation Implementation.” In the episode, three geeky male scientists go to a local high school to talk with teenagers about careers in STEM, a storyline that the professors claim is actually an example of “empty feminism” because the show does not explicitly address the gender disparities that they argue exist within STEM fields.”

     So what is the common theme here? More crazy stuff from the universities. Whatever men do is wrong, because men, just have to go, to make the world safe for feminists. James Reed should be covering this one, but perhaps he is to hung-over from his Easter drinking binge to do so, but let me say, the evidence for closing down the universities grows every day. I have converted to the cause, which at first seemed excessive, but now is very modest compared to the recommendation made by journalist H. L. Mencken (1880-1956), a darling of many of the writers at this site, who in a hard to find quote thought that (American) education would be improved by more radical measures, as this New York Times Article indicates:

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