Transgenderism has reached a new pinnacle at toney women’s liberal arts colleges. Bryn Mawr, Mills, Mount Holyoke, Stephens, and, of course, Wellesley College top the lengthy list, which have all fallen in with the trendy sexual bending and embrace of transgenderism that has gained momentum across our fruited plain, as Rush Limbaugh famously referred to the USA. The student newspaper, The Wellesley News (alternatively dubbed The Snooze), has derisively and coarsely taken on college president Paula Johnson for having the temerity to refer to the school as a “Historically Women’s College.”
Though disparaging the school’s president, a featured article is titled, “How to get girls to consider women’s colleges,” putting its obviously convoluted perspective on display. It’s all about money.
Celebrating “Almost Presidents Day” an earlier report pays homage to Hillary Clinton and features the Holy HRC Candle.
Too much money too little brains.
I noticed the majority of these schools were established in the 1800’s, proving doors were open to women. Women were denied nothing though their family’s economic circumstances might have denied the majority of college age women the opportunity to continue their education. My grandmothers were uneducated immigrants. My mother was born in the USA and only one brother in her family of 8 kids ever attended/graduated college. They were desperately poor and were happy to have enough money to pay their apartment rent and eat. The following generations are professionals.
While I agree with you, the one thing I’d push back on is that these women’s colleges were founded because the doors were not open to women at the time. Comparably elite universities like Yale didn’t allow women to apply for undergrad until 1968.
What a bunch of whiners these supposedly “enlightened” students are.
The left-of-center Brookings Institute funds Wellesley College, as reported by Open Secrets:
Marie Curie still holds the distinction of being the only person to have won the Nobel Prize in two different sciences. In 1903, she won the prize in physics for studies of radioactivity with her husband Pierre. In 1911, she won the prize in chemistry for the isolation of polonium and radium. X-ray machines should be named for the Curie’s.
She accomplished these major, medically altering feats without a “woman’s college.”
The Snooze is the satire section of the newspaper, not the actual newspaper. Sad to see reading comprehension skills are at an all-time low because even a brief glimpse at the website should’ve indicated that it’s pure comedy, not fact.
We get that! If you read the post minus your agenda, you would have understood that fact.
Oh, geez…petulant arrogance drips.
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