Rant/VentingWas "taught not to rape" in sociology class today (rant) (self.TheRedPill)

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Had the obligatory male shaming in class today where the professor basically described all men as potential monsters just waiting to rape.

One of the tips for preventing sexual assault was "if someone gets in an elevator with you. Don't assault them!" Damn why didn't I think of that, it's a genius solution! you can see the slide I attached as an image but it is a low quality photo. Some of the other advice was "if you are planning on sexually assaulting someone, warn them first and give them a whistle to use in the event of an assault." Duh why don't all rapists just warn their victims first, then it would never happen!

The overweight female professor mentioned some "victim blaming" Police officers who had warned women to take precautions to protect themselves at a time when an actual violent rapist was on the loose. These two officers received complaints from some women they'd suggested to avoid being alone at night and wearing short skirts. They were then punished by their department for suggesting women take precautions to protect themselves. Is it victim blaming to suggest you lock your doors at night? If a company sells a burglar alarm are they victim blaming? After all, I shouldn't have to take logical precautions, we should just teach men not to burglarize houses...

Obviously women are not responsible for being raped. However, to suggest that for this reason they must also bare no responsibility for protecting themselves is an unsafe and irresponsible attitude. The 'teach men not to rape' phenomenon is another way for the feminist hamster to simultaneously demonize men whilst shaking off further responsibility for their own decisions or actions.

The feminist agenda has come full circle and is now actively promoting dangerous behavior that could be harmful to women, simply in the name of male shaming.

Edit: apparently the image didn't want to be there but it was basically a 10 point list of stupid advice, 3 of which were simply "if you are in this circumstance, don't assault people!"

[–][deleted] 569 points570 points  (47 children)

"Okay, class, raise your hand if you're a Muslim. Anyone? Okay, a few. Today we're going to talk about the importance of not blowing yourself up on a crowded street or decapitating your daughter for dating a kafir. You guys will want to listen up. Marcus, Latoya, and DeSean, the topic of tomorrow's class will be stategies to avoid looting."

[–]Endorsed Contributorgekkozorz 235 points236 points  (45 children)

We have a fun game in KIA where we sub in "Jew" for "white/male" in SJW propaganda. Shit gets funny.

"Since Jews basically run the world, it's not racist to hate them. We're just fighting for justice our tyrannical overlords."

[–]1Zanford 89 points90 points  (37 children)

What's odd is when SJW's complain about the old boys' club etc., and they point to white male control of Wall Street, Hollywood, etc....your 'substitution game' would actually make the points more statistically valid.

[–]just_noob_things 43 points44 points  (35 children)

the hilarity goes up to eleven when you realize that places like GS and Lehmann bros were started because Jews basically couldn't get hired at established firms.

[–]TRP VanguardWhisper 78 points79 points  (34 children)

The Jews have a long history of gaining strength from being hated and ostracized.

Adversity makes you strong. Handouts and special rights make you weak.

[–]CockBruises 32 points33 points  (26 children)

The Jews have been the ultimate outsiders for so long that they're now more than half a standard deviation more intelligent than those of European ancestry, on average. It's to the point where they end up conquering their host societies from within, simply because they're more talented than most of the rest of the population. Which, honestly, kind of frightening. Seems like a group rather impervious to the degeneration of Western civilization, though. Might be worth breaking into.

[–]Jimmy_Big_Nuts 29 points30 points  (9 children)

It's not genetic though, it's cultural. They value literacy and learning very highly. In their culture they have extremely pushy mothers that basically raise mostly blue-pill mommys boys who excel in high quality professional roles. If your goal is winning a disproportionate number of Nobel prizes or running banks it's a good strategy, but I don't think the Jews are famous for slaying pussy the same way rappers do. What will help your happiness most? Maybe our culture needs to find a good balance where men are encouraged to be studious and lift and not idealise pussy. Can't think of a major global culture like that. Usually you get either sedentary bluepillers or marauding redpill hordes that conquer and become bluepill after a few generations.

[–]tetsugakusei 3 points4 points  (1 child)

It's probably both, but mostly genetics. The argument I've heard made by academics is this: the gentiles in Europe over hundreds of years banned them from many jobs so they found themselves what we would call white collar workers. The ones who could do this white collar work well had more children than their brethren. So IQ is very heavily favoured. Each generation, this meant only a 1% average improvement. But 10 generations later that the difference is now so profound that it can't be simply waved away as family/culture. See the names attached to the Nobel awards or anything else requiring intelligence.

[–]CSMastermind 2 points3 points  (0 children)

You can make the same arguments about black athleticism and slavery in America but you'll be fired for doing so. Ask Larry Summers what you get for just pointing out the statistical / biological truth that men are better at math than women. Hell you can't even say that men throw things better than women anymore without being the subject of a tampon commercial.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

They don't have to be good at slaying pussy. Their religion is designed to make sure that Jewish women marry Jewish men and have Jewish kids. Of course they make a few pit stops along the way though...

[–]LukesLikeIt 1 point2 points  (3 children)

Half the reason most cultures hated them was because they usurp culture rather than join it. A select few Jews are incredibly power hungry and ambitious. Those are the ones who control Hollywood and banking among other things.

[–]Endorsed ContributorRS73 34 points35 points  (3 children)

PC shit definitely has the potential to blow up in its own face. My left wing nephew who was raised by his left wing parents went off to a left wing university a few years ago. A couple of his first required classes were of the "Death to the raping capitalist white devils and all their minions!" variety.

By the time he finished his first year of getting "educated" in that crap, he was telling racist jokes that made my eyes pop and sneering at PC in general. He's mixed race, by the way. I think he's just had enough.

The SJW crowd are so obviously malicious, so malevolent, so selfish, so myopic and just plain crazy that we may be at a point where they are turning off more people than they are successfully indoctrinating.

[–]Red_Invictus 6 points7 points  (1 child)

The SJW crowd are so obviously malicious, so malevolent, so selfish, so myopic and just plain crazy that we may be at a point where they are turning off more people than they are successfully indoctrinating.

It's definitely happening - see /r/TumblrInAction. I'm just waiting for a breakthrough powerful comedian to start cashing in on the goldmine waiting for them - SJW's are ripe for the rest of normal people to start rightfully mocking.

[–]ChairBorneMGTOW 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I was a left-wing, PC, feminist, multiculturalist little weenie when I entered university in the early 90s. But I left that institution a proud right-wing nut. So yeah - they turn people away with their rhetoric... The smarter ones at least.

[–]Disposable_TRP 24 points25 points  (0 children)

[–]lelliot_rodger 46 points47 points  (0 children)

It's practically a triple standard at this point.

[–]5 Endorsed ContributorStayinghereforreal 362 points363 points  (152 children)

I often think you guys need to start quietly recording this stuff and posting it online for mockery and review. Anonymously.

The same professors who take this stuff and themselves so seriously, and claim to want to "spread the message," will have nuclear meltdowns once their nonsense is opened up to a wider audience to get the ridicule it deserves. Universities will claim you have to take it down. Feminists will talk about how you are triggering their rape culture triggers, etc.

But the real effect is their in-group group-think/cult-speak will simply be opened up to review by non-believers who can comment without fear of sanction. That is usually when twaddle gets seared away by logic and facts. Not always, but usually.

So do it anonymously, and perhaps right after you graduate. But if you are up for it, the lolz should be epic.

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 167 points168 points  (97 children)

A lot of the older guys here could definitely benefit from the entertainment. Plus they need to see first hand the institutionalization of tumblr feminism to belive it.

[–][deleted] 108 points109 points  (88 children)

You would not believe how ridiculous it is for me, at a small liberal arts school in Northern California. I had a sociology teacher who in the beginning of the year had you stand up in class if a certain phrase applied to you "i.e. do you parents pay for school, have you ever been a victim of racism etc." All of the phrases singled out the male middle class white students whose parents were paying for their schooling, the looks that the non whites gave us for the rest of the year said it all. Divide and conquer.

[–]5 Endorsed ContributorStayinghereforreal 118 points119 points  (8 children)

I never followed instructions like that. Don't. You are not a cow to be ordered about. If challenged, look bored, stare at them without expression and say, "Leave me alone. I don't want to play your game."

[–]Realworld 79 points80 points  (2 children)

I was in a class where instructor introduced herself with "If you aren't willing to follow my directions without question, leave right now." Presuming she was being literal, I quietly gathered my stuff and headed out. I was intercepted by TA stationed at the door who assured me instructor meant it dramatically. I returned to my seat. It was a worthwhile class, glad I stayed.

After class a fellow student (8/10) told me she saw I was willing to leave, and was glad I came back. Normally wouldn't occur to me to make a pass at someone like her, but I took the hint and sat and talked with her. She was a good fuck partner.

[–][deleted] 29 points30 points  (1 child)

Man if I saw you do that I would be resisting the urge to start clapping.

[–]Elonine 4 points5 points  (0 children)

That student's name?

Albert Einstein.

[–][deleted] 14 points15 points  (3 children)

Well I'm done with all those pesky humanities now cuz I'm a bio major thankfully.

[–]joeyjojosharknado 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Why downvote him? That kind of bullshit is always found in the humanities. I studied science and not the tiniest bit of it there. Down to brass tacks, no room for rhetorical silliness in a molecular biol or physics class.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Dude downvotes don't matter but thanks for standing up for me lol, maybe some SJW's have infiltrated our ranks.

[–]trpalternate 1 point2 points  (0 children)

TRP gets brigaded pretty regularly, don't worry too much about it.

[–]Rathadin 77 points78 points  (30 children)

Wish I'd been there. Stationed in Japan for 6 months, I was a victim of racism several times. Not allowed to eat at certain sushi restaurants because I'm a gaijin.

Woulda loved to have stood up for that one and see her fucking head explode in incredulity, since white people can never be victims of racism.

[–]Moldy_Gecko 11 points12 points  (3 children)

I've been here for 10 years now... While there was some racism, the craziest thing now is that the very traditional locals actually tell others that I'm henna gaijin because I don't act like all the other gaijin. And honestly, the reason they have the prejudice is because a lot of our American Military out here act like ass. I can include myself, when I was in the military, I was a dumbass too.

[–]SplashArtist 1 point2 points  (2 children)

How do you like Japan? I've always had a thing for asian cultures especially Japan and have felt a calling to move out there for awhile. Not permanently though unless it really clicks with me.

[–]rowan771 14 points15 points  (3 children)

I play rugby in Australia, and on my team it was me and one other white dude, the rest were Maori. It was constant racism when I started, white boy this, white boy that, and no one even blinked an eye. They started respecting me when I got good though, obviously no excuse to be doing it at all. Also, the amount of times on youtube I've seen white people called cracker, white trash etc in public and again no one bats an eye, if it were the other way round you'd be socially ostracised straight away and probably have the shit kicked out of you.

[–]Grasshopper21 21 points22 points  (3 children)

I wish that we could do a mandatory test on anyone that didn't believe that white people can't be the victims of racism by covering them in non-removable white body paint and releasing them back into their communities. Do the same to white people who say racism doesn't exist for the sake of equality.

[–]1kick6 2 points3 points  (2 children)

I once had it explained to me, with complete honesty, by a black woman that "white people can't be victims of racism because racism is from the superior race to the inferior one."

Let that sink in for a second.......

[–]netherlanddwarf 17 points18 points  (0 children)

I'm sorry that happened to you. I am American Japanese and treated like shit here in America. What I like about the red pill is that logic over rules all.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I get called out and openly mocked for being a "gringo" in southern California here a lot. Those Spanish classes sure payed off to know when I'm getting shit-talked to behind my back. I've been called white-devil many times.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Being a mixed race guy with an "ethnic" name, I've been the victim of discrimination from people of the non-white side of my ancestry for not being "ethnic" enough. A heartfelt speech about how I'm being punished by [ethnic minority!] racists because my parents had the courage to break color lines would have hit just the right note to set her hair on fire.

[–]grewapair 48 points49 points  (19 children)

All the minority students are getting free rides to your university, paid for by your tuition.

The prof should have asked the people getting free rides to stand up. That would have explained why tuition is so high: it pays for 1.5 students.

[–]1kingofpoplives 58 points59 points  (3 children)

All the minority students are getting free rides to your university, paid for by your tuition.

The prof should have asked people to stand up based on what scores they received on the SAT.

Then you could see how affirmative action works first hand.

[–]wreave 24 points25 points  (0 children)

That would have been amazing. The average SAT scores for people that go to a certain school are known. So you say, anyone who scored below the average stand on the left, and anyone who scored above the average stand on the right... would be a very telling exercise, if people told the truth.

[–][deleted] 26 points27 points  (5 children)

That and government money. My dad who's a musician professionally and has been in bands you have heard of and written songs you've heard told me this, "when they find people to fill an orchestra like the LA Phil Harmonic for example, they place the applicant behind a black sheet and have them play their instrument, that way the best musician gets the job and that's final." Wish the world was still this way.

[–][deleted] 14 points15 points  (13 children)

Is there supposed to be some shame attached to having fiscally responsible parents that think about the future of their children rather than their own?

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (11 children)

Yes, because I have my parents pay for school, with loans and stuff, I don't understand their "struggle."

[–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (6 children)

I think I first noticed this culture of attaching shame to success during one of the Romney and Obama debates where they were talking about their portfolios and Obama makes a comment about his not being as large as Romney's as some sort of insult and the crowd responded as though it was a sick burn. The whole thing was very confusing to me.

[–]joey_diaz_dawg 8 points9 points  (4 children)

Obviously Obama earned his modest portfolio with government jobs, but Romney's large portfolio was given to him because of his skin color and therefore he should have it taken away and distributed to hopeless people who will waste it on fast food, alcohol, and entertainment.

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[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

You know I think you're on to something there.

[–]Strongbhoy 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I remember taking political science classes and tons of different things at a major B1G university (a supposedly conservative one). The funny thing about these types of things is that it goes against all the principles of education and educational theory....then again, those that taught it couldn't even go by their own standards. It was ludicrous.

They don't want free thought, they want their thoughts regurgitated on a page. There are exceptional teachers who give both sides, and challenge you intellectually, and don't let their personal allegiances come out but sadly, as teaching is now a "career" instead of a "calling" you get less and less.

[–]1kick6 1 point2 points  (2 children)

That's the kind of shit that makes national news when it doesn't apply to white middle class males.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Yes. I stopped watching TV and news long ago because it's all bullshit and lies. I don't care about a waterskiing dog in Kansas, I care about ISIS, Syria, and Iran's nuclear program...real life shit.

[–]1kick6 2 points3 points  (0 children)

There's a wateskiing dog in Kansas!?

[–]emblasochist 3 points3 points [recovered]

Louis CK makes a joke about this, but why the fuck would you ever self-identify?

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Because I had not taken the pill at this time and it seemed like an innocent question, also I never thought my teacher had some pseudo agenda to make people look bad, and still don't.

[–]1rporion 6 points7 points  (3 children)

I admit that I thought that this could not be true, he HAD to be exaggerating......



I lost it completely at the "buddy" system...

[–]solaris1990 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Hahahahahahaha good lord...

'8. Always be honest with people! Don’t pretend to be a caring friend in order to gain the trust of someone you want to assault. Consider telling them you plan to assault them. If you don’t communicate your intentions, the other person may take that as a sign that you do not plan to rape them.'

'10. Carry a whistle! If you are worried you might assault someone “on accident” you can hand it to the person you are with, so they can blow it if you do.'

[–]DoctorsHateHim 1 point2 points  (0 children)

What the fuck, how far removed from reality is this hahaha

[–]tsudonimh 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Fuck me, I still can't believe that that is not a satirical piece. It reads like an Onion piece.

[–]HappyNacho 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I would love to hear it. Since I don't live in the US I find this fascinating.

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[–]Ibex3D 45 points46 points  (8 children)

Why would I want to go to a University, a place of learning, that imposes lies on its students? I'd be glad I failed the test because I might have went to a piece of shit school and wasted my time and money.

[–]UgUgImDyingYouIdiot 9 points10 points  (7 children)

I dropped out once I realized college is just a 4 year brainwashing camp for suckers. Yes the system is set up so that you basically need a degree to "succeed", but I think that's the point. This reeks of long term planning on the part of some foundations and NGOs. Google: Reece Committee on tax exempt foundations, avoid the wiki it's been tainted.

[–]DexterousRichard 14 points15 points  (6 children)

Yes, except for science and engineering.

I suggest that anyone with the capacity study those subjects if they can. Understanding the world and logic and reason is very valuable even if you don't want to be an engineer or scientist. And you don't have to take too many BS courses.

[–]spacelord777 3 points4 points  (5 children)

While I agree with the gist of your position, I am a RP guy who teaches College English. I have to keep my head down most of the time, but when teaching I like to wake students up via Socratic questioning.

[–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Lmao, "Myth; provocative clothing is a risk factor" "Myth; People lie about being raped" And she then says that the majority of claims are true, when its hardly a majority anymore, and she outright contradicts herself. This is being paid for by the government? What a crock of absolute shit.

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[–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (1 child)

Yeah we have a sexual assault course we are required to take as of last semester. Our school is seemingly getting a sudden influx of SJW values. The course put out all kinds of stats that have been shown to be false (such as the famous "1 in 5 women are sexually assaulted" statistic that has debunked countless times).

[–]Senior ContributorNightwingTRP 30 points31 points  (23 children)

Yeah, this stuff seems so retarded that it's actually confusing how no student (male or female) has stood up and said "this is retarded." I get the whole social pressure to conform and all that, and being shamed... but there are people out there who genuinely do not care about that. That said, do any uploads anonymously for your own protection.

While I'd laugh at the absurdity of it all... I also want to see it to actually believe it... it's one of these things which is so unbelievably stupid that you can't truly believe it until you've seen it. (Esp the bit about the police officers victim shaming? How can they do that when there was no victim and you're just advising women to take precautions to prevent them becoming a victim? Even if we accept their dumb assumption, it still doesn't make sense.)

[–]Niketi 76 points77 points  (19 children)

The problem is if you try to fight it as a student you're censured severely. You underestimate just how hostile colleges have become. I can only compare it with the inquisition. Opposition to feminism is tantamount to heresy and it will affect your grades or even result in you being forced out of the school. If anyone cares to fully appreciate the level of insanity we're talking about here, I highly recommend this account of FIRE's campaign to shut down a literal SJW indoctrination camp forced on students at the University of Delaware. I really wish I was being hyperbolic here, but unfortunately we've gone full Orwell.


The university’s views are forced on students through a comprehensive manipulation of the residence hall environment, from mandatory training sessions to “sustainability” door decorations. Students living in the university’s eight housing complexes are required to attend training sessions, floor meetings, and one-on-one meetings with their Resident Assistants (RAs). The RAs who facilitate these meetings have received their own intensive training from the university, including a “diversity facilitation training” session at which RAs were taught, among other things, that “[a] racist is one who is both privileged and socialized on the basis of race by a white supremacist (racist) system. The term applies to all white people (i.e., people of European descent) living in the United States, regardless of class, gender, religion, culture or sexuality.”

The university suggests that at one-on-one sessions with students, RAs should ask intrusive personal questions such as “When did you discover your sexual identity?” Students who express discomfort with this type of questioning often meet with disapproval from their RAs, who write reports on these one-on-one sessions and deliver these reports to their superiors. One student identified in a write-up as an RA’s “worst” one-on-one session was a young woman who stated that she was tired of having “diversity shoved down her throat.”

According to the program’s materials, the goal of the residence life education program is for students in the university’s residence halls to achieve certain “competencies” that the university has decreed its students must develop in order to achieve the overall educational goal of “citizenship.” These competencies include: “Students will recognize that systemic oppression exists in our society,” “Students will recognize the benefits of dismantling systems of oppression,” and “Students will be able to utilize their knowledge of sustainability to change their daily habits and consumer mentality.”

At various points in the program, students are also pressured or even required to take actions that outwardly indicate their agreement with the university’s ideology, regardless of their personal beliefs. Such actions include displaying specific door decorations, committing to reduce their ecological footprint by at least 20%, taking action by advocating for an “oppressed” social group, and taking action by advocating for a “sustainable world.”

This is the sort of shit going on, right now, in western universities. It is utterly infested with feminist ideological zealotry.

[–]5 Endorsed ContributorStayinghereforreal 66 points67 points  (2 children)

That is cult shit right there.

[–][deleted] 25 points26 points  (0 children)

Systematic oppression made to eliminate systematic oppression.

[–]brotherjustincrowe 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Listen And Believe. Listen And Believe. Listen And Believe.

[–]spacelord777 7 points8 points  (5 children)

Can confirm (I teach college). When students question feminism the results range from being accused of hate speech to the professor simply trashing that person's grade. Obviously that isn't the case in my classes though!

[–]UgUgImDyingYouIdiot 19 points20 points  (3 children)

Actually that's 100% Agenda 21 brainwashing. Check it out: /r/unagenda21. The UN and their billionaire tax exempt foundations have funded all of this horse shit into existence to create the "21st century" changes they need to bring about the global utopia.

[–][deleted] 19 points20 points  (2 children)

It's Marxism. This shit was obliterated by Orwell and Kafka 70-80 years ago, but now it's been brought back and repackaged to prey upon the thirst of white knights.

It isn't any different at all.

[–]CockBruises 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Not quite. Cultural Marxism has been growing in America since the Jewish dudes of the Frankfurt School had to temporarily flee Germany during WWII. It's like a cancer, and the only thing we can do is wait for it to burn itself out. Fortunately, people will only take so much bullshit before they start really pushing back. Unfortunately, the long-term negative impact of said bullshit will be rather large.

[–]AFKaios 7 points8 points  (2 children)

This is the sort of shit going on, right now, in western universities.

I attend a university in Central Europe and things are not that bad here. I mean, we have those ridiculous feminist articles in our uni's papers, a women's bureau etc., but at least I never had to lie about my ideologies in order to be allowed to study. The situation seems to be a lot worse in the US specifically, though I'm afraid it might just be a matter of time until Europe jumps on the bandwagon.

[–]chill1995 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Give it a year or two. My Australian university's pretty much the same, we have women's organisations, marxist posters and all that crap, but you're not going to be confronted with anything unless you go looking for it. I had to do a class on managing culturally diverse workplaces for my major last semester and the tutor tried to push the whole "women are oppressed when seeking employment" bs, but was surprisingly pretty open for opposing opinions and legitimately lacked the intellect to debate the topic.

[–]ContinentalRP 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Already coming. I'm doing a minor in international relations and we have to take a course in humanitarian aid, which has a lot of Marxist literature already (though a few outspoken middle-grounders too). But we're going to have to write a paper, concerning a discourse analysis. And judging from the teachers, you're going to have to try a lot harder if you're not going to write from a more socialist perspective for the same grade.

EDIT: For fairness, it seems I have judged wrong. He was pretty excited about my proposed research critical on the role of sentimentalism in certain campaigns.

[–]loveofnotes 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I went to UD, lived in the dorms all 4 years. While I didn't like most of the student life there at the time (unfortunately those were my beta days) I honestly have no recollection of RAs hitting us with the stuff you quoted. It could be true, I graduated 2.5 years ago, but I didn't see any of it

[–]1kingofpoplives 28 points29 points  (1 child)

Yeah, this stuff seems so retarded that it's actually confusing how no student (male or female) has stood up and said "this is retarded."

“In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is...in some small way to become evil oneself. One's standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A society of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.” ― Theodore Dalrymple

[–]sweetleef 12 points13 points  (0 children)

An extremely perceptive and accurate description.

A brainwashing technique that has been used on prisoners of war is to force the prisoners to publicly state or write that their countries are evil, and that the country holding them is superior and moral, etc. Even if it's forced and the prisoner has no choice, the act of publicly criticising your own country and supporting your enemy can have an effect on the will to fight, and can make the prisoners more docile and obedient to their captors, sometimes even making them switch loyalties.

One example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_control#Korean_War_brainwashing_debunked

[–]CrimsonDeep 16 points17 points  (0 children)

I often think you guys need to start quietly recording this stuff and posting it online for mockery and review. Anonymously.

The same professors who take this stuff and themselves so seriously, and claim to want to "spread the message," will have nuclear meltdowns once their nonsense is opened up to a wider audience to get the ridicule it deserves. Universities will claim you have to take it down. Feminists will talk about how you are triggering their rape culture triggers, etc.

Please do...

I stopped going to school in 2010....I didn't know things got this bad in 5 years

[–]TRP VanguardArchwinger 17 points18 points  (0 children)

This is a capital idea.

Record and anonymously subject this material to public comment. Make these sexist cunts internet famous, then laugh as they try desperately to convince themselves that the thousands of normal people who disagree are all Internet misogynists out to get them.

[–]The Red Pill RoomIanIronwood 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I heartily endorse this proposal.

[–]redzorp 5 points6 points  (0 children)

This would be gold.

Suggest all you college guys suffering through this kind of BS start recording these lectures on your iPhones. Do some quick edits to make the compilation snazzy.

To protect yourself, just post it anonymously after you have completed whatever course and received your grade.

[–]Forty_Deuce 44 points45 points  (0 children)

So I have family who live in a city with known gang issues. I don't go wearing certain colors around there. A guy at a McDonald's, who was visiting family from out of state, was pulled out of her car and had his ass beaten because he was wearing rival gang colors. Now, I should be able to wear whatever the hell I want. That's how it should be in a civilized society. But there are people who don't care about that, and I don't want to get shot because my favorite color is blue. So I take precautions.

I really don't care what a woman chooses to wear. That's her prerogative. There are predators out there though. While I will respect your space, there are others who also got the memo but they just don't give a shit. So yes, you have to protect yourself.

[–]The Red Pill RoomIanIronwood 195 points196 points  (23 children)

Ask her to next do a seminar for the ladies entitled "How Not To Kill Your Babies." Women are responsible for 98+% of infanticides.

Do it for the children.

[–]nothere_ 50 points51 points  (13 children)

the child is being a burden on this poor mentally exhausted young mom!

[–]Endorsed Contributorgekkozorz 42 points43 points  (12 children)

[–]TomHicks 16 points17 points  (1 child)

Abortion is a better fate than being a feminist's son.

[–]aTweetingBird 25 points26 points  (2 children)

So...she bought gender-neutral clothing for the baby so as not to influence it, then aborts it because it's a boy? How does that make any sense? I can't believe this is real.

[–]I_HaveAHat 17 points18 points  (0 children)

"I dont hate men"

Says the women who aborted her child because it was a boy

[–]Patriarchysaurus 10 points11 points  (2 children)

“I had already started buying gender neutral clothing since I did not want outside influences affecting what gender she would ultimately become”.

What the literal fuck? Is this parody?

[–]dw0r 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The mattress commercial about living in a pick and choose world made me laugh in relation to the topic.

[–]I_HaveAHat 28 points29 points  (7 children)

Citation? All I could find was this saying its about 50/50


[–]Xiamon 17 points17 points [recovered]

Come now, the red pill is supposed to be about facts, why would anyone down vote this? He asked a question that he clearly already googled the answer for, while providing evidence to the contrary.

I for one want to thank you, otherwise my mind would have been filled with yet another dishonest statistic.

[–]I_HaveAHat 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Thanks, I never expected this from TRP.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (1 child)

He was talking specifically about infanticide which is children younger than 12 months.

[–]I_HaveAHat 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It says parental infanticide is more commonly done by fathers than mothers

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Maybe he is also counting abortions?

[–]I_HaveAHat 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It could be, since its defined on wikipedia as killing a child thats below the age of 12 moths. Though I dont know if that means the age is from 12 months to the day it was born, or everything less than 12 months of age including pre birth

[–][deleted] 33 points34 points  (2 children)

You have an opportunity for black-knighting here. A Cornell professor was reprimanded for showing those slides in class...

Bienvenue emphasized that he did not display the satirical “rape prevention tips” in order to upset make light of rape.

“It’s not that rape is funny and we should treat it as a laughing matter,” Bienvenue said. “It obviously wasn’t my intent to be insensitive or treat rape as a humorous subject.”Instead, he said, the comedic elements of the slide were intended to provide students with another way of grappling with the sensitive issue.

“I do think humor is a way to deal with horrifying situations. It’s obviously a disturbing subject and humor for me is a way to interact with the subject,” he said. “My intent was to use the humor of the slide to point out an incongruity: that rape is often presented as up to the victim to prevent. Instead we need to address the role of the perpetrator.”Still, some students said Bienvenue’s presentation did not include background information crucial for understanding the purpose of the list.

Perry Cadwallader ’13, a student in Bienvenue’s class, said Bienvenue wrongly treated a violent and traumatic crime in a dismissive manner.

“He put up this list of 10 rather unhelpful ways of preventing rape and brushed over completely that a girl had just been raped less than 100 feet from where the class was taking place,” Cadwallader said.

[–]texture 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Perry Cadwallader ’13, a student in Bienvenue’s class, said Bienvenue wrongly treated a violent and traumatic crime in a dismissive manner.

Unlike the video games and movies that trivialize murder and violence.

People who don't understand comedy need their own island.

[–]AligatorTears 1 point2 points  (0 children)

While I do get the joke and think that OP probably missed the point, I think an official complaint is an appropriate response to this manshaming.

[–]ShitLordXurious 17 points18 points  (1 child)

The feminist agenda has come full circle and is now actively promoting dangerous behavior that could be harmful to women, simply in the name of male shaming.

Feminists aren't actually interested in ending rape; they are interested in using rape as a means to further their left wing agenda. The more rapes there are, the more the movement gains - so promoting dangerous behaviour is actually to their advantage

[–]brotherjustincrowe 1 point2 points  (0 children)

They're creating their own monsters to get credit for fighting.

[–]UncharminglyWitty 17 points18 points  (0 children)

I was conveniently able to get my "ethnic studies" requirement out of the way with a "white people suck" class which is infinitely more bearable than a "men suck" class.

Good news though: your exams are going to be super easy. Just choose the answer that makes men out to be the biggest assholes. If none of those exist, pick the most depressing answer. That shit works dude.

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil 88 points89 points  (11 children)

Excellent Rape prevention tips. I have a follow up question. How can we prevent spoons from mouth raping you with delicious calories? You are clearly the victim.

[–]NeopolitanAfterglow 22 points23 points  (1 child)

Clearly we need to name and shame restaurants that serve excessively large portions. If a server plunks 2000 calories in front of you, what the hell are you supposed to do? Eat some of it and take the rest home in a fucking box or something? That's ridiculous. I mean, look at some of the drink sizes in movie theaters these days. 1.3 liters?? Why should we even give anyone the option of drinking that much? Like the saying goes, give people enough rope and they'll hang themselves. A super jumbo soda isn't an option. It's a crime.

Gotta throw in the /s tag because I desperately tried, and failed, to sound more ridiculous than the mainstream.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I can't even walk into fast food restaurants anymore. They trigger me with their "Fattie Culture". Your idea is correct, we need to teach cheeseburgers and fries not to mouth rape.

[–]UgUgImDyingYouIdiot 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I'm a victim... Of deliciousness

[–]stevredpill 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Because this sub tells me what I don't want to hear, it is equivalent to raping my mind!

Oh how I wish I could just not come to this sub, or just walk away from the computer, or just close my eyes...wait a minute...

[–]IronBallsOfKnowledge 70 points71 points  (0 children)

Thousands of years of ideologies, religions, philosophy, and justice systems, and this whole time all we had to do was teach people not to commit crimes?!

Wow, please give liberals and feminists their nobel peace prizes for coming up with such a genius solution.

I mean, wow. It is incredible that they recognized nobody was ever taught not to kill, steal, or rob people so they thought it was okay. But now that theyre being taught not to rape? Expect zero rapes. Hopefully they can expand this on a broader spectrum. We should also teach people not to lie! And not to use bad names! Or kill! Or cheat!

What a time to be alive! Utopia here we come.

[–]TheOldSlapAndTickle 24 points25 points  (1 child)

Extreme agreement is the way to go here. Take copious notes (or look like you are), and act like you are taking it very seriously. Ask clarifying follow-up questions. For example, after being told you should give warning, ask what the appropriate length of time for a "head start" to let her run away is. What if she's on crutches? What if she's blind? That sort of thing. If you can maintain sincerity, then the teacher shouldn't have a case for discipline. If she tries, you should be able to fight it and plead complete ignorance of trying to be disruptive. After all, you completely agree with her, and were just trying to actively participate in class. They shouldn't be able to do a damned thing about it. Even better if you can get a friend to video it.

[–][deleted] 21 points22 points  (0 children)

Socratic questioning will drive these sorts of people insane with hatred

[–]ModAerobus 28 points29 points  (2 children)

Today I was on an elevator with another man and 4 women. I was actually very thankful that I was on the elevator with another man. I wasn't afraid that I wouldn't be able to control my testosterone-fueled masculine sexual drive that propels men to rape; I was afraid that one of these bitches might falsely accuse me of rape for god knows what reason.

Just shows to go how our society has changed.

[–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (1 child)

You probably would have triggered their "sex in a stuck elevator" fantasy. She'd have loved getting pounded from behind as she leans against the railing...until the sexy firman shows up, cranks opens the door and sees it, then it will be rape.

[–]brotherjustincrowe 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Or until her blue-pill chump husband finds out.

[–]Transmigratory 39 points40 points  (4 children)

In my sociology class we were given a good wife's guide of the 1950s (class has mostly girls). The girls hated the list... I take the sheet, make dozens of copies and hand them out and got other guys to do the same.

Sociology can be fun to troll feminazis when you really want to.

[–]1RPinCA 18 points19 points  (2 children)

This is way more dangerous than people are giving it credit for. This isn't just about some idiot man-hating prof saying idiotic shit. This is about redefining what rape actually means. It's part of an ongoing battle to legally make regret=rape. "Teaching" men not to rape isn't teaching them not to drug or forcibly rape women. It's about teaching them not to have sex if any alcohol has been consumed by either party, not to ask for sex, not to make ultimatums like, "I'm breaking up with you if we don't have sex," and most importantly, that if a woman later decides she regrets the sex, then consent can be retroactively removed.

It's only happening on college campuses currently, but get ready for Rape 2.0 to go nationwide in a decade or two. The causal sex encouraged by Feminism leaves women sad that they can't make quality men commit and angry that they got drunk and fucked a loser. It also leaves women open to judgement and loss if caught cheating on her provider. The solution feminism has come up with is demonizing male sexuality and placing all responsibility on men. They want a world where women can do anything they want but are free from any negative consequences for their behavior.

This is why it's so important to be popular, charming, in shape, and desirable. You need to be the kind of man women aren't embarrassed to be sleeping with. Even then, it doesn't guarantee safety from this nonsense, but it helps.

[–]DonArturo 7 points8 points  (0 children)

This is way more dangerous than people are giving it credit for. This isn't just about some idiot man-hating prof saying idiotic shit. This is about redefining what rape actually means. It's part of an ongoing battle to legally make regret=rape.

Indeed, as Julian Assange learned the hard way after his initially pleasant visit to the feminist paradise of Sweden. The ladies were all over him, but suddenly one-night stands were followed up by rape charges ("non-consensual behavior within consensual sexual encounters").

Politically motivated or not in Assange's case, it's a lesson to take to heart and a harbinger of the new normal that will in due course reach far beyond Sweden.

[–]brotherjustincrowe 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Feminists are redefining "rape" as any expression of male sexuality outside of their complete control at all.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 26 points27 points  (0 children)

When was the "please don't make false rape allegations" lecture given to the women? I'm sure it was right after, right?

Other courses that women could benefit from:

  • Don't lie about your number
  • Don't get another man to pay for your babies
  • Don't pretend to be attracted to a man so you can marry him for his money
  • Make sure you get your husband to sign a prenup so he's safe from later divorcerape if you change your mind about him.

[–]bloodshot_eyes 9 points10 points  (0 children)

You're listening to what they're saying and taking it at face value. The message was never intended for you at all.

When feminists host these inane rape awareness "sessions", they're preaching to women, not men. The message that they're passing is that they're doing something to save the poor damsel women from their big mean scary raper-mans.

Really, it's part 2 of their message. Part 1 is when they terrify the liberal arts women with classroom stories of patriarchy boogie-men and rampant unrepentant rapists on the loose. Then they provide them a savior: feminism! Look at these brave feminist professors, daring to stand up to the rapists and telling them NO! No raping, you rapists!

But what can the Red Pill man learn from this situation? First, detached mastery. Do not be upset; maintain your jimmies. Second, realize that Red Pill isn't about changing the course of the river, it's about taking advantage of the flow to get what you want. What do you want out of the situation? Pussy? Or your degree? Or both? Clearly the women in the grips of rape hysteria offer significant risks in achieving either of your goals. Therefore, risk-manage them.

Let them cluck like chickens about how scary elevator-men rape them with impunity. Consider it as a pre-screening seminar to identify all the crazies.

[–]OrpheusV 11 points12 points  (3 children)

Reminds me of an anecdote my brother told me about when he was in the AF.

Basically at some point they had all the new recruits sit through a powerpoint that basically said "Please don't rape". No shit, rape is bad. I was like "Is that seriously what they teach you in the AF?"

[–]Hellstruelight 11 points12 points  (0 children)

yes. they do that.

My buddy is in the AF and he's had lectures where its basically like "ok you have the weekend to yourselves. please don't rape anyone. please don't beat up any civilians. ok. have fun."

[–]trplurker 8 points8 points [recovered]

It's CYA right now in the US Military. Commanders know it's utter bullshit but they are required to push it out because if someone does do something stupid then that briefing covers the commanders ass. I know it sounds lame but it goes something like this.

Senior Commander: Private Assmunch went out and beat an old man to death this weekend.

Junior Commander: Yes it's a shame we are proceeding with UCMJ

Senior Commander: Well did you tell him not to beat old men to death prior to him being released for the weekend?

Junior Commander: No, that should be assumed.

Senior Commander: Well then you have to part of the responsibility for not providing command oversight.

Yes it goes down like that. Whenever something "bad" happens, everyone in the NCO support channel and chain of command gets a "did you brief them on not doing that" question and if you didn't then your the one held responsible since juniors are frequently assumed to not be capable of responsibility. It's a gigantic game of hot potato where everyone is racing to cover their own asses so that they don't get reprimanded.

Source: myself as a former NCO.

[–]TheJollySatan 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Ex australian digger here. It is nearly as bad over this way. We have had a lot of custom kit banned due to some retard mixing live and blank ammo because they are to stupid to do a proper clearance. So what do they do? Blame the ammo pouch of course, fucking speds.

Have to bring everything down to the lowest common denominator.

[–]TekkomanKingz 12 points13 points  (2 children)

Why even teach this stuff? It's so controversial now that no Man can say anything without being prosecuted by the Uni kangaroo court. I wouldn't even voice my opinion in such a class I would plead the 5th and petition the Uni to stop covering or grading on such topics because they are inherently divisive and sexist.

[–]sweetleef 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Better: don't take the class in the first place. You have zero chance of actually improving your knowledge, but you waste time and money. There is nothing at all to be gained.

[–]markfeel 2 points3 points  (0 children)

In most colleges they require you to take a class that fulfills some sort of "diversity" requirement. A lot of these classes are the SJW ones, so it's tough to avoid. I went to a community college in Utah, and fulfilled my "diversity" credit with a music history class so I didn't run into a whole lot of it.

[–]beastmoderage 15 points16 points  (0 children)

College: where a slut can pop molly at a frat party, beg to have the dudes run train on her, and then be heralded as a hero the next day for having the courage to report her "rapists"

[–]Cryocasm 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I would've stood up and walked out. I don't give a shit and I definitely will not listen to myself be demonized.

If she asks why I'd say that this is batshit insane. Just because of my genitalia I shouldn't be treated as a criminal on probation.

[–]derfolly 5 points6 points  (2 children)

Take some responsibility here. You are not only wasting your time and money, you are promoting this by simply being enrolled in the class. If people continue to pay to sit in classrooms like this, administrators have little choice except to continue offering such classes and hiring these sorts of instructors.

[–]Gadnuk_[S] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

I'm aware of the stupidity of the class, I take it because of the stupidity of the system. General education requirements stipulate X amount of shame game classes like African American studies gender studies etc. I've almost finished my major and apparently need these feels classes to supplement my real learning before I can get my degree.

[–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Thieves shouldn't break into houses.

But maybe houses should have better locks.

[–]IronBallsOfKnowledge 17 points18 points  (1 child)

Also it sounds like Mr. Mackey.

"Rape is bad, mmkay. You dont wanna go out there, touching girls without asking, mmkay."

[–]TempusRerumImperator 11 points12 points  (3 children)

Careful, or you could end up like this guy. http://imgur.com/a/pi73l

[–][deleted] 15 points16 points  (1 child)

"This'll definitely get me laid!" - The idiot holding that sign

[–]ilirm 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Notice how far the girls are standing away from him. It's like they smell the omega and have to stay a certain radius away lol

[–]stevredpill 11 points12 points  (2 children)

We should defer to the great Bill Burr on this one. I paraphrase:

If I got bit by a rattlesnake, wouldn't you ask some questions? HOW DID IT HAPPEN? Did you step on it? Were you FUCKING WITH IT? (Bill proceeds to prod the imaginary rattlesnake with an imaginary stick)

Yeah you have the right to fuck with a rattlesnake, but don't go blaming the rattlesnake when it fucking bites you and the whole incident was easily avoidable.

[–]Endorsed Contributorvandaalen 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Did you call them out for being sexist shitlords and actually hurting your feelings as a sensitive gay male being, for assuming that you would be able to do such a disgusting thing?

[–]M_ceylan 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Look, sociology isn't real science anyway. Everyone knows it's a useless bunch of feelpinions cooked up by liberals, sjws and feminists. Learn logic and reason instead. Rebut that hampster with evolutionary biology.

[–]Doctor_Mayhem 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Shit like this, is why I'm so glad I did not enroll in a standard, state university. I would not last three seconds before spitting out some sarcastic fucking comment like, "Holy shit! You mean to tell me that rape is wrong? I mean, fuck... I was just about to go out and rape a girl right after class, maybe even kidnap her and cut off her clit, but... you... you opened my eyes! Holy shit! The epiphany!"

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

The feminist agenda has come full circle and is now actively promoting dangerous behavior that could be harmful to women, simply in the name of male shaming.

My favourite little pet conspiracy theory... that they know very well it does not prevent rape, and if anything, could promote it. They need those statistics, they need victims, lying can only get you so far... plus, victims are often converts to their ideology.

It's not a real conspiracy theory because I don't think they have some kind of group where this is discussed as a real strategy to achieve a goal. It's just that on an individual level, many of them know... they know.

[–]forbinsdecline 3 points4 points  (1 child)

What really irks me is that I'm sure this same professor would warn her daughter if there was a rapist out on the prowl. Of course, that conversation wouldn't be about victim blaming, it would be about how awful men are.

[–]Gadnuk_[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

This. I wonder if this professor would tell her daughters not to take precautions because of the inherent 'victim blaming' that it suggests. Easier to preach when it's not your own loved ones your hamstering feminist self is endangering.

[–]iamnotfromtexas90 3 points4 points  (1 child)

There's a reason they make those bullshit sociology 101 classes REQUIRED in more schools each year. WTF do I need this waste of time if I'm studying computer science? Because brainwashing!

[–]Rougepellet 4 points5 points  (0 children)

"There is a violent murderer on the loose". "oh shit, i better lock my doors and wwindows". "No dont take any saftey precautions, just leave it all up to us. Live ignorantly as if you were in a fantasy world with 0 crime."

[–]ragear8 3 points3 points [recovered]

most education is bullshit. I value what I've learned from the felt presence of direct experience more than I ever learned in grade school/high school/college. Unless you're going to school to get a specific degree for a specific purpose, you're wasting your time (to an extent).

[–]Buchloe 2 points3 points  (0 children)

DON'T assault someone in an elevator?? What the heck else am I supposed to do? Did she provide any alternatives?

[–]throwawayaljlkj20982 2 points3 points  (0 children)

How hard is it to teach women to not put their self in a situation where they could be raped? Does that not make more sense? Don't accept drinks from a stranger at a frat party, don't walk down dark alleys alone, stay away from poor areas. Religion essentially brainwashed, not educated, but brainwashed billions of people into fearing hell for murder. People still murdered. What's a full proof method to not get raped? Become a fat ass like your teacher so no guy will want to get near your ugly ass.

[–]thenarrrowpath 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Your professor had a political agenda to push. You should make an anonymous complaint to the head of what ever department she's (your professor) part of. Tell them just because men have raped in the past doesn't mean all men are rapists. I.e. just because black people in the past have robbed others doesn't mean all black people are robbers. I.e. don't associate the individual to the group.

[–]CornyHoosier 2 points3 points  (0 children)

simply in the name of male shaming

In addition to that, if I was a woman, I'd be fucking pissed that so many people are treating me like a child. This message is essentially telling women they're too weak or simple minded to have any effect on their own world.

"Ladies, because you're so dumb and pitifully weak, we've decided to tell all men to keep their distance from you. We realize that you may want the decision to be interact with the world and others around you, but we've decided we know better than you."

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

You're stronger than I am. I'm not sure I could have kept my cool and not told her she was being a moron. Unfortunately, that's the world we live in now. No one is expected to be protect themselves, they just expect the rest of the world to conform to their wishes.

Too bad it doesn't mean shit to sociopaths, psychos and monsters who laugh an society's rules and do whatever they want to whomever they want. But don't tell the establishment that, they'll just call you a rapist.

[–]iamnotfromtexas90 2 points3 points  (0 children)

No body wear seatbelts! It's the responsibility of others not to drink and drive!

[–]TimeHo 2 points3 points  (0 children)

You should petition for a mandatory class teaching women not to drown their toddlers.

[–]sweetleef 4 points5 points  (5 children)

Your mistake was in taking the class in the first place. There is nothing to be gained, no valuable knowledge to be found, in a sociology class at a fanatical-PC modern university (or maybe in any sociology class, period).

[–]Endorsed ContributorMentORPHEUS 5 points6 points  (2 children)

Strongly disagree that there is no valuable knowledge to be found in a sociology class. In fact, a person with a well-rounded Sociology knowledge base would be well-equipped to debate, distract, debunk, even destabilize the authority of the nutty professor described in the OP. Don't avoid the topic because of a bad teacher; hell, that might even be part of the conspiracy implied, if one even exists.

Source: Learned about Sociology and all the other -ologies by reading the textbooks on my own without sitting in idiot classes as described.

[–]Booksarefun666 1 point2 points  (1 child)

You usually have to take sociology in general courses to be "well rounded".

[–]through_a_ways 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Well it makes sense imo.

Fat acceptance people tend to take more sociology courses

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I took a lot of sociology classes in college, all of the courses in that study might as well just be renamed "Why you are bad for being white/having money/having a penis."

[–]Sanju5 1 point2 points  (0 children)

let's dismantle the entire police force and just teach everyone not to do crime! that'll work.

[–]cloverhaze 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Wow, your university/college sucks, went to a state university, our psych of gender course was led a woman, and she presented many familiar ideals that we all hear about from feminists but acknowledged that men have separate challenges as well, and even allowed for "critical thinking" and "discussions".

That being said there was an ugly feminist who would make women out to the victim every time and would get fiery every time something didn't sound right, but otherwise it was solid. My school even introduced a men's rights course. College may not always be the best place for this material but you should ask your school to do the same!

[–]SQQQ 1 point2 points  (0 children)

imo, u should walk out of that class in protest of the anti-male hatred

[–]TitsAndWhiskey 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Lol don't get mad bro. Nothing to do now but laugh as they light their own funeral pyre.

Radical feminists are like drug addicts. They know what they're doing is hurtful and dangerous, but it feels soooo good...

[–]dhump 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This reminded me of the truths I heard Rush Limbaugh spitting yesterday. Like him or not, he was tossing around the numbers from the PSA Obama made at the Grammys. Turns out, for those numbers (1 in 4 or 1 in 5 women being a victim of rape or "almost rape"), given the population of the US, virtually what would equate to the entire population of the states of California and Texas combined would have to had been raped. Contrasted against the actual reported number of rapes in the US, it is mathematically impossible. But hey, we kind of already knew that simply based on the topic at hand.

[–]denmaur 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I can't believe they're teaching this in college.

[–]Khaleesdeeznuts 1 point2 points  (3 children)

College has apparently got much more liberal since I was in it. I had a human sexuality class senior year. Some of the shit we would say and do in this class would blow your fucking mind. Multiple occasions was a select group of guys going back and forth with a select group of girls about societal stereotypes. No one held grudges. No one cried to the dean or paper. It just was an open debate between conflicting ideologies. Both genders defending themselves and actually producing some great conversations from it.

But I guess that's all changed now.

[–]Gadnuk_[S] 1 point2 points  (2 children)

College is no longer a place for original thought unless you are a PhD student or professor conducting research. Even then it is subject to the cultural 'feels' of society at any given time.

[–]techemilio 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Im a student who was looking forward to college for original thought but its highschool all over again. I do more original thought going out into the real world than being in school!

[–]GarandTheftAvto 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'll echo what some of the other posters have said here, if you do decide to outwardly react to this professor and course, make sure to remain anonymous. College campuses need very little to get you in trouble, and your goal in these courses should be to stay under the radar. Get in, get your A (tell them whatever they want to hear) and get the hell out.

[–]bac10us 1 point2 points  (0 children)

has anyone ever been raped in an elevator.....like ever?

[–]theshadowonthewall 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The full moon is to blame for this rape crisis.

Had the obligatory male shaming in class today where the professor basically described all men as potential monsters just waiting to rape

You seem like a potential monster that is just waiting for a full moon.

The overweight female professor

Good thing for you there was not a full moon, otherwise you would have turned into a monster and wanted to rape her.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This is some pretty backwards nonsense.

"if you are planning on sexually assaulting someone, warn them first and give them a whistle to use in the event of an assault."

Have these women ever been sexually assaulted? Who ever so casually saunters up to a woman (in this case) and says, "Hey I'm gonna rape or assault you, here's a whistle!" This guy has clearly done his due diligence on the matter.

Sexual assault is that. Assault. It isn't a quiet matter. Date rape may be a quiet matter because the person may be unconscious. To me rape is a solid beating followed by sexually violating that person.

This is such a backwards idea; apply it to anything else=

  • Store owners shouldn't buy anti theft protection, robbers just shouldn't rob!

  • A Diabetic shouldn't watch their sugar, everywhere they go everyone must use Splenda and low calorie sweeteners instead.

What a load of crap.

[–]babybelly 1 point2 points  (0 children)

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This is why I would never make it through college today. There's no way I could get a passing grade in this class.

[–]Lord_Sif 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If someone says all men are rapists, since it is already truth, punch them then start to pull down their pants.

[–]mykonos_rm 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I get into arguments with girls in my social sphere all the time about it, and my underlying point as to why teaching young boys in school "not to rape" is so offensive is because its no different than telling black people "not to steal".

[–]oneaboveall23 1 point2 points  (0 children)

From Family Guy:

Female Student: [after spraying Brian in the face with mace] I'm sorry, I just came from that orientation seminar about college dating.

Kelly McGillis: [Scene cuts to an auditorium of students watching a video] Hi, I'm Kelly McGillis and I'm here to talk to you about rape. Ladies, look to your left. Now look to your right. Statistics indicate that both of those men will rape you.

Male Student #1: [Female student is seen sitting between two male students. She looks nervously at them] I'm not gonna rape you.

Male Student #2: I might.

[–]monzzter221 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Damn man, shit, I could've totally raped someone had I not read this advice. Like literally, I was about to go find someone to rape, but I by chance read this post, and now I realized that I shouldn't rape and so I'm not going to do it. I totally never even considered just not raping people. Never even crossed my mind. I guess I gotta go not rape anyone right now, so I will talk to you guys later. And just so you know, in case you were unaware, raping is totally not cool.

[–]Gadnuk_[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Consider yourself saved. Thank God the message is getting out, feeling ignored is a real trigger for me as an empowered young man.

[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 1 point2 points  (4 children)

Ok, how can we get girls to refrain from assaulting me when they get mad? Oh wait, they are encouraged to do that. Silly me, I must be oppressing them by not letting them run my life and hit me with shit.

Idiotic crap. Thats all it is when you blame every male for rape.

[–]Endorsed ContributorMentORPHEUS 1 point2 points  (0 children)

"if you are planning on sexually assaulting someone, warn them first and give them a whistle to use in the event of an assault." [Officers] were then punished by their department

Sorry, to me this reads like a bad parody, or perhaps good anti-feminism shitlording, but not an accurate account of events in class. A video of a professor saying these things verbatim while an entire class listens uncritically, and a credible citation of actual officers being disciplined would lend a LOT of credibility to this tale.

I've been around long enough to observe firsthand that extreme leftist ideologies perennially thrive on college campuses, but most people don't carry these ideologies unchanged into post-college life. College age people are between being supported by their parents and having to earn their own living in the real world; their professors live in a world where they get older every year but their daily "public" is always this age. I won't deny that some professors drift far out of the "grownup" mainstream and into the ideological weeds. The farther you get beyond college, the more distant and minor this mentality becomes in your daily life.

The takeover-in-progress by leftists on college campuses has been poised to take over America for at least 60 years running. It never happens, because most people grow out of this phase, often the first day on the job when they (hopefully) think twice before spouting off their young and obviously green ideology to their new seasoned colleagues and boss.

Attacking it as if it's an impending ideological takeover is plugged-in behavior. May I suggest to Red Pill Men that a better approach would be to address it in the moment with the Socratic method, Agree & Amplify, and overall, Amused Mastery. Stupid things this blatant and far out are easy targets for ridicule, which is a potent weapon and difficult to have turned back against you when done well.

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