Michigan State University is majority men, and allows a men's only lounge which prohibits women from entering!!!
More updates on Michigan State University's women-only lounge - AEI
More, with epiphany, below the fold.
Maddogswif just ambled by and said, "The article doesn't say that!" I'm nonplussed. She's right! It's about a women's lounge, in a university where the majority of students are women, and the majority of degrees awarded are to women - NOT men! Who knew?
Sorry, got that one wrong!!!
Luckily women are on board with eliminating the sexist women's only lounge and allowing the minority, men to have equal opportunity!
Maddogswif, is standing beside me arms crossed, head at 45˚ angle, tapping her toes, giving me the DEATH stare. OK! OK!
That's not right either, a huge number of people including women are up in arms being forced to treat the minority as equals, including violent threats to Mark Perry, and his family. Who knew that equality would still be an issue in the new millennium?
"An MSU alumna named Anna Stevenson (2009 graduate from MSU’s professional writing program with high honors) published “An Open Letter to Michigan State re: The Women’s Lounge You’re Destroying” with “great disappointment” on her blog, here’s a slice:
Today on social media, I saw this article, which details a complaint brought by (and you’ll have to forgive the name-calling here) a cheap hack from U of M-Flint against MSU for violating the rights of thousands of men by continuing to have a women’s-only lounge on the first floor of the Union. The fact that a man is angry about a women’s-only space on campus did not surprise me. Men have historically been very angry when spaces are reserved for women, and as far as I can tell, what they do not like is the feeling of being denied access.
As Harvey Singer commented on Twitter: 'What part of the words “equal opportunity” did they not teach in her writing program?'"
The man seeking equal opportunity for the minority is a "cheap hack"? Look, I realize that women have been special forever, but really the law requires equal opportunity, so you might have to actually allow the minority, equal opportunity! This seems pretty simple, but women like Anna Stevenson don't seem to get it.
Being treated as special snowflakes for so long has made these women incapable of seeing themselves as anything but special. And this more than anything is the problem with affirmative action. Once the special privileges are removed, the previously privileged cannot compete in the marketplace.
Read the whole piece, it is worth your time to see how the hive mind works.