Feminist Bigotry Suffers Defeat At Tulane

Tulane University recently reached an agreement with the federal government to stop discriminating against male students. The University had multiple scholarship and financial aid programs that were available only to female students.

The agreement follows a complaint placed with the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights by Virginia Title IX attorney Margaret Valois. She argued that six of Tulane's scholarships were discriminatory because male students were barred from receiving them. The scholarships included the Landor Lewis and Shirley Gauff Award and the Grace Hopper Celebration Award, as well as the school's Summer Internship Funding Grant, which provided up to $2,000 annually for female students.

"Tulane's implementation of Title IX provides greater educational opportunities for female students than for male students. When opportunities and benefits are offered to one group because of their sex … it is patently unfair," said Valois in August when she filed the complaint.

PJ Media stated that male students are already a minority at Tulane and therefore, providing scholarships that only benefit the school's majority is unethical and discriminatory.

The agreement states: "By September 6, 2019, Tulane will ensure that it is not treating male students differently on the basis of sex by providing different amounts of financial assistance, limiting eligibility for financial assistance … or otherwise discriminating with respect to financial assistance,"

Unsurprisingly, feminists are dismayed that discrimination against men is not acceptable.

"Not all women have seen the gains from affirmative action," said Onyeka-Crawford, of the National Women's Law Center, who notes that women of color are still underrepresented in higher education. However, she had no problem with black men being underrepresented.

Onyeka-Crawford also stated "It is concerning that they're (Department of Education) not dismissing these complaints outright,”

Feminist Suzanna Danuta Walters, director of the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies program at Northeastern University angrily stated “I will be sympathetic to these arguments when we have something like pay equity," It should be noted Walters is the same feminist who wrote "Why can't we hate men?"

In addition to Ms Valois, another pioneer looking to shatter feminist barriers against men is Mark Perry. He is challenging the legality of girls-only science and coding summer camps. Over the past two months, he has filed Title IX complaints with 23 universities, calling for the programs to be opened to boys.

The idea that feminists are invincible is obsolete. Feminist hate can be beaten. It just takes time and persistence.

January 17, 2019

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