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Phyllis Schlafly Slams Feminism on Campus: ‘College is a Dangerous Place For Men’

This month’s edition of the Phyllis Schlafly Report is devoted to “confronting campus radicals,” where the Eagle Forum founder goes after “feminist propaganda,” “multiculturalism,” and “diversity.”

In her “Report,” she breaks down the “Definition of Politically Correct.” She writes that because “all academic subjects must be seen through the prism of gender and race oppression,” the “writings of DWEMs (Dead White European Males) have been censored out and  replaced with Oppression Studies: writings by third-rate authors who whine about America’s oppressive society.”

She notes that “every group is entitled to claim minority status as victims except white males and Christians.” Schlafly adds that Multiculturalism is a “code word for the false notion that Western Civilization is bad and every other group, whether civilized or not, is superior.”

She defines “radical feminism” as a view point in which “the entire world must be seen as one big conspiracy against women, and all men are guilty.” As a result of this, she writes “having sex with anybody, anytime, is OK and may not be criticized. Dating is out, ‘hooking up’ is in. The social acceptance of pre-marital and homosexual sex and activism is non-debatable.”

She writes that feminist authors teach that “married women should be liberated from marriage and turn their children over to the state to be raised. This college textbook has a radical feminist political agenda: anti-marriage, anti-homemaker, pro-abortion, and pro-lesbian. College students should not waste their tuition dollars taking women’s studies courses.”

She then turns to sexual assault prevention policies, created in response to staggering statistics about campus sexual assault, and manages to conclude: “college is a dangerous place for men.”

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