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FemiNazi Professor Attacks Pro-Lifer


#1

Supporters of Mireille Miller-Young cite the "cultural legacy of slavery" and even the effects of pregnancy to explain why the feminist studies professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara would accost a teenager spreading a pro-life message on campus.

The pregnant 38-year-old who pleaded no contest to misdemeanor counts of theft, vandalism and battery after stealing and destroying an anti-abortion poster and injuring a a16-year-old activist...

An associate professor whose course work, which includes pornography and sex work, has gained her the nickname the "porn professor," Ms. Miller-Young was set to appear for sentencing today (August 14) before Judge Brian Hill in Santa Barbara County Superior Court.

In the video, posted online by Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, Thrin pleads with the associate professor to return the sign, at one point calling her a thief.

"I may be a thief," a smiling Ms. Miller-Young replies, "but you're a terrorist."

[A] letter of support...on UCSB letterhead, comes from Eileen Boris, a professor in the Department of Feminist Studies.

"If she appears smiling on camera," Prof. Boris continues, "she is 'wearing the mask,' that is, she is hiding her actual state through a strategy of self-presentation that is a cultural legacy of slavery."

[Another letter from] history professor Paul Spikard, states that his colleague is the object of "an energetic smear campaign that seems to have little to do with her person or her actions, and a great deal to do with fomenting racial hatred and rallying right-wing political sentiment."


#2

That’s simply unbelievable. What a crock a shite. The lady should sue the university over this. Claim “emotional damage” or some shit like that to prove a point.

Can you imagine if the situation was reversed. She would be terminated. Or if she had tenure, she would be suspended and they would conduct hearings to deem her unfit.

Wow.


#3

Good, ant attemp to restrict a woman’s right to control her body should be met with the same.

Just because you believe in fairy tales does not remove a woman’s bodily autonomy.

On a side note someone who vehemently supports a war in which thousands of Palestinians die you sure seem concerned about the unborn.


#4

Not really interested in engaging with a provocative radical leftist.


#5

[quote]ScholesGoals wrote:
Good, ant attemp to restrict a woman’s right to control her body should be met with the same.

Just because you believe in fairy tales does not remove a woman’s bodily autonomy.

On a side note someone who vehemently supports a war in which thousands of Palestinians die you sure seem concerned about the unborn.[/quote]

Handing out papers that support your belief in a peaceful manner=violently attacking someone? since when?


#6

[quote]Phoenix44e wrote:

[quote]ScholesGoals wrote:
Good, ant attemp to restrict a woman’s right to control her body should be met with the same.

Just because you believe in fairy tales does not remove a woman’s bodily autonomy.

On a side note someone who vehemently supports a war in which thousands of Palestinians die you sure seem concerned about the unborn.[/quote]

Handing out papers that support your belief in a peaceful manner=violently attacking someone? since when?[/quote]

From the moment your beliefs disagree with the attacker’s.


#7

[quote]ScholesGoals wrote:
Good, any attempt to restrict a woman’s right to control her body should be met with the same.

Just because you believe in fairy tales does not remove a woman’s bodily autonomy.

On a side note someone who vehemently supports a war in which thousands of Palestinians die you sure seem concerned about the unborn.[/quote]

So it’s perfectly reasonable and actually preferable, in your mind, to break the law (assault, theft, etc…) as long as the victim is pro life. That assaulting a minor that’s holding a sign, exercising their right to free speech, is okay if the message is a pro life one.

Is that what you’re saying? Had the message been “I heart gay marriage” would the assault also be okay?


#8

“She told UCSB Police that she was pregnant at the time and was ?triggered? by the graphic images of abortion on the poster.”

Sounds like she felt guilty to me.


#9

What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question.


#10

[quote]NorCal916 wrote:
What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question. [/quote]

It sounds like you teach sex education. Her nickname is the porn professor or something like that. Classy.


#11

If those images of an aborted fetus, which she claims to not regard as a life, “triggered” something in her, doesn’t that speak volumes to where her true convictions on abortion lie when taken outside of her PC conceptual academic bubble??


#12

[quote]usmccds423 wrote:

[quote]NorCal916 wrote:
What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question. [/quote]

It sounds like you teach sex education. Her nickname is the porn professor or something like that. Classy. [/quote]

She specialises in “gender studies.” Here are some gender studies “academic” terms:

Gender: A complex combination of roles, expressions, identities, performances and more…

Genderfluid: This term can be used as a specific identity or as a way of articulating the changing nature of one’s gender identity or expression. People who are genderfluid may feel that their gender identity or expression is constantly changing, or that it switches back and forth.

Misgender: The act of attributing a person to a gender they do not identify as. So if you were to call someone a man but they were in fact non-binary, you would have misgendered them. You can cut down on misgendering people by trying to not practice gender attribution, and by asking people their preferred pronouns and terms when appropriate.

Preferred pronouns: The pronouns one prefers to be called, whether they be he, she, they, it, ze, ey, or any other. It is preferable to always ask someone their preferred pronouns if possible, and to not make assumptions about a person’s pronouns. Always be sure to respect a personâ??s preferred pronouns, use them, and apologize if you slip up.

Bigender/Trigender/Pangender: People who feel they are two, three, or all genders. They may shift between these genders or be all of them at the same time.

CAFAB/CAMAB: Coercively assigned female at birth and coercively assigned male at birth respectively.

Cisgender Privilege: The privileges cisgender people have because their gender identities match their assigned gender.


#13

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]usmccds423 wrote:

[quote]NorCal916 wrote:
What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question. [/quote]

It sounds like you teach sex education. Her nickname is the porn professor or something like that. Classy. [/quote]

She specialises in “gender studies.” Here are some gender studies “academic” terms:

Gender: A complex combination of roles, expressions, identities, performances and more…

Genderfluid: This term can be used as a specific identity or as a way of articulating the changing nature of one’s gender identity or expression. People who are genderfluid may feel that their gender identity or expression is constantly changing, or that it switches back and forth.

Misgender: The act of attributing a person to a gender they do not identify as. So if you were to call someone a man but they were in fact non-binary, you would have misgendered them. You can cut down on misgendering people by trying to not practice gender attribution, and by asking people their preferred pronouns and terms when appropriate.

Preferred pronouns: The pronouns one prefers to be called, whether they be he, she, they, it, ze, ey, or any other. It is preferable to always ask someone their preferred pronouns if possible, and to not make assumptions about a person’s pronouns. Always be sure to respect a personâ??s preferred pronouns, use them, and apologize if you slip up.

Bigender/Trigender/Pangender: People who feel they are two, three, or all genders. They may shift between these genders or be all of them at the same time.

CAFAB/CAMAB: Coercively assigned female at birth and coercively assigned male at birth respectively.

Cisgender Privilege: The privileges cisgender people have because their gender identities match their assigned gender.

[/quote]

Sounds like a load of shit.

On a related note, I stumbled across a show on Showtime called “The Seven Deadly Sins” or something along those line. It’s hosted by Morgan Spurlock (sp?). I’m not the type of person that is easily disturbed, but this show is disturbing. The episode I saw was about some kind of latex “skin” (I forget the name of the company) that is designed to make a person feel like the opposite sex. It’s a full body suit including a face mask, fake tits, pussy, etc… Made the person look basically like a doll. It was creepy.


#14

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]usmccds423 wrote:

[quote]NorCal916 wrote:
What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question. [/quote]

It sounds like you teach sex education. Her nickname is the porn professor or something like that. Classy. [/quote]

She specialises in “gender studies.” Here are some gender studies “academic” terms:

Gender: A complex combination of roles, expressions, identities, performances and more…

Genderfluid: This term can be used as a specific identity or as a way of articulating the changing nature of one’s gender identity or expression. People who are genderfluid may feel that their gender identity or expression is constantly changing, or that it switches back and forth.

Misgender: The act of attributing a person to a gender they do not identify as. So if you were to call someone a man but they were in fact non-binary, you would have misgendered them. You can cut down on misgendering people by trying to not practice gender attribution, and by asking people their preferred pronouns and terms when appropriate.

Preferred pronouns: The pronouns one prefers to be called, whether they be he, she, they, it, ze, ey, or any other. It is preferable to always ask someone their preferred pronouns if possible, and to not make assumptions about a person’s pronouns. Always be sure to respect a personâ??s preferred pronouns, use them, and apologize if you slip up.

Bigender/Trigender/Pangender: People who feel they are two, three, or all genders. They may shift between these genders or be all of them at the same time.

CAFAB/CAMAB: Coercively assigned female at birth and coercively assigned male at birth respectively.

Cisgender Privilege: The privileges cisgender people have because their gender identities match their assigned gender.

[/quote]

Holy shit. So that’s where our tax dollars are going to in this wonderful state?

How bout this:

GENDER:
Male: penis
Female: vagina
Confused: in-patient counseling


#15

This is Professor Kook’s Twitter feed:

She’s been posting:

Justice for Michael

Israel’s war crimes in Gaza

BDSM growing popularity amongst the elderly

Blocking “Republican trolls” and reporting them to Twitter

Seven lies we need to stop telling about women who wear hijabs

The need to continue the fight for sex workers’ rights

RedUp is looking to hire a community organiser in Brooklyn

Homoeroticism in US slave culture

Happy birthday Sasha Obama!


#16

This is Professor Kook’s Twitter feed:

She’s been posting:

Justice for Michael

Israel’s war crimes in Gaza

BDSM growing popularity amongst the elderly

Blocking “Republican trolls” and reporting them to Twitter

Seven lies we need to stop telling about women who wear hijabs

The need to continue the fight for sex workers’ rights

RedUp is looking to hire a community organiser in Brooklyn

Homoeroticism in US slave culture

Happy birthday Sasha Obama!


#17

[quote]ScholesGoals wrote:
Good, ant attemp to restrict a woman’s right to control her body should be met with the same.[/quote]

So… All the aborted babies must be ruled to be male first then?

Just because you are okay with children being treated as unpersons doesn’t mean the child isn’t deserving of the same bodily autonomy.

Yes because war is so very comparable to a child having its brain sliced up and remains vacuumed out of the womb.

Protip: people in war can fight back.


#18

[quote]usmccds423 wrote:

[quote]SexMachine wrote:

[quote]usmccds423 wrote:

[quote]NorCal916 wrote:
What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question. [/quote]

It sounds like you teach sex education. Her nickname is the porn professor or something like that. Classy. [/quote]

She specialises in “gender studies.” Here are some gender studies “academic” terms:

Gender: A complex combination of roles, expressions, identities, performances and more…

Genderfluid: This term can be used as a specific identity or as a way of articulating the changing nature of one’s gender identity or expression. People who are genderfluid may feel that their gender identity or expression is constantly changing, or that it switches back and forth.

Misgender: The act of attributing a person to a gender they do not identify as. So if you were to call someone a man but they were in fact non-binary, you would have misgendered them. You can cut down on misgendering people by trying to not practice gender attribution, and by asking people their preferred pronouns and terms when appropriate.

Preferred pronouns: The pronouns one prefers to be called, whether they be he, she, they, it, ze, ey, or any other. It is preferable to always ask someone their preferred pronouns if possible, and to not make assumptions about a person’s pronouns. Always be sure to respect a personÃ?¢??s preferred pronouns, use them, and apologize if you slip up.

Bigender/Trigender/Pangender: People who feel they are two, three, or all genders. They may shift between these genders or be all of them at the same time.

CAFAB/CAMAB: Coercively assigned female at birth and coercively assigned male at birth respectively.

Cisgender Privilege: The privileges cisgender people have because their gender identities match their assigned gender.

[/quote]

Sounds like a load of shit.

On a related note, I stumbled across a show on Showtime called “The Seven Deadly Sins” or something along those line. It’s hosted by Morgan Spurlock (sp?). I’m not the type of person that is easily disturbed, but this show is disturbing. The episode I saw was about some kind of latex “skin” (I forget the name of the company) that is designed to make a person feel like the opposite sex. It’s a full body suit including a face mask, fake tits, pussy, etc… Made the person look basically like a doll. It was creepy. [/quote]

Sounds like an advanced version of the “empathy belly.”

http://www.moonbattery.com/?p=8220


#19

[quote]NorCal916 wrote:
What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question. [/quote]

A serious question that a whole bunch of debt riddled graduates are currently struggling to answer.
Current best guess? Barrista.


#20

[quote]Legalsteel wrote:

[quote]NorCal916 wrote:
What type of job can you get w a degree in “feminist studies”?

That’s a serious question. [/quote]

A serious question that a whole bunch of debt riddled graduates are currently struggling to answer.
Current best guess? Barrista. [/quote]

That’s our youth for ya.