3. Finally, the professor interrogated by the feminist Chairwoman was not violating the supposed no-talking-about-your-personal-life-in-class rule. But the hypocritical little feminist was. In fact, she published an essay several years ago in which she talked about how her former lover beat her, starved her, and raped her. Her graphic account was followed by this revealing sentence: “I share my experiences with my students, many of whom are first generation in college and are also formerly battered women with small children.”
This is typical feminist authoritarianism in academia. The feminist blames the male victim, invents a non-existent rule, and then violates the non-existent rule with a “do as I say, not as I do” attitude. In my view, the repeated application by feminists of double-standards for men is clearly sexual harassment.
I’ll have more to say about this feminist authoritarianism and harassment in my new book, “Feminists Say the Darndest Things,” which will be released in three days and is already available on www.Amazon.com. But, for now, get to work on an overview of the facts of your case. I’ll get you a good attorney and we’ll take her to the cleaners.
And then maybe we’ll sue that other feminist for harassment. And, if they hear about our willingness to fight, it might help other men suffering from her-assment.
Finally, I hope you won’t mind that I sent a note to Jane Fonda telling her about your case. I told her how we’ll use it to empower men who are victims of matriarchal oppression. I wanted her to put her two c*nts in. Frankly, I c*nt wait to hear back from her.