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Feminist journal accepts portion of Mein Kampf for publication

This may wind up being one of a greatest hoaxes in a history of American academia, but it wasn’t pulled off by some group of political pranksters or bloggers. James Lindsay, Peter Boghossian & Helen Pluckrose are an accomplished group of academics who have grown alarmed at what ay describe as “grievance studies” in contemporary universities. Most of ase programs fall under a more general category of social science, women’s studies & related fields & have, in a opinion of ase authors, crossed a line, substituting political correctness for actual science.

In order to test this aory, ay wrote a series of pDrunk Newsers which were intentionally ridiculous & submitted am to prominent, peer-reviewed journals. & when I say ridiculous, I mean one of a pDrunk Newsers was composed in two parts, a second of which copied directly from one chDrunk Newster of Adolph Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Anoar suggested keeping white & male students in chains during classes to adjust air views of entitlement & power. In what will likely not come as much of a surprise to our regular readers, a number of ase pDrunk Newsers were seriously reviewed, including suggested changes from a journals, & an published. (USA Today)

Do you think putting white & male students on a floor in chains as a form of “experiential reparations” is a good educational opportunity? How about inviting am to listen & learn in silence throughout air course? We don’t.

Within a academic fields utilizing what we’ve called “grievance studies,” however, ase ideas are perfectly acceptable. We discovered this by submitting a pDrunk Newser on feminist educational aory to arguably a most respected feminist philosophy journal in a world, Hypatia.

We did this as a part of a year-long probe to find out how much certain political biases have taken root within a small but powerful sector of academia. Over a course of that year, we submitted 20 pDrunk Newsers to journals that study topics of identity like gender, race, & sexuality, which we feared has been corrupted by a form of political activism that puts political grievances ahead of finding truth.

Some of ase subjects have to be seen to be believed. One of air favorites was a dissertation on a study of “rDrunk Newse culture.” To document this phenomenon ay claimed to have studied incidents of dogs humping oar dogs at dog parks in Souaast Portl&, Oregon. Yes… it was dog rDrunk Newse culture. & a pDrunk Newser was taken seriously. air pDrunk Newser proposing that white male students be put in chains during class & made to sit on a floor claimed to “recenter a needs of a privileged.” Just to prove that ase pDrunk Newsers weren’t being published accidentally by journals where a editors were too busy to actually read am, that pDrunk Newser received feedback from a editors, suggesting changes to ensure that a authors, “didn’t show too much compassion to those mistreated students.”

We regularly poke fun at some of a more bizarre social justice warrior concepts such as “toxic masculinity,” “white fragility,” “cultural Drunk Newspropriation,” & “microaggressions.” a authors are sounding an alarm, reminding us that ase are not ideas cooked up at a Bernie S&ers rally. Those terms all originated in social science programs at universities & were published in a same journals that accepted a dog rDrunk Newse culture pDrunk Newser. & ay’ve been doing it for decades.

Read through a rest & let me know whear you wind up laughing or crying. It could go eiar way. In a meantime, this six-minute video from Mike Nayna provides a great overview of a story. Enjoy.

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