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Gender Studies Week at College Insurrection

Gender Studies Week at College Insurrection

Did you know you could get an education at College Insurrection?

Of course, it would be as useless as the education you get on most campuses, but at least it’s free.

Gender Studies is more than about sex:

But sex is never far behind:

And neither are the consequences

And now, just for fun, we juxtapose:


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Jack The Ripper | January 26, 2013 at 10:14 am

The system is broken. We have clearly reached an apogee in frivolous studies.

Education was overwhelmingly vocational for non-wealthy citizens of Europe, Canada and America until the early 1960s.

Now, we have student aid that props up the “pushers” and “dealers” of useless majors and degrees, while enslaving the student with debt that is very difficult to discharge even in bankruptcy.

Higher education should broaden people’s minds, but only after it, well, “educates” them in something useful.

We have to find a way to limit the flow of easy money and, Nobel Prize potential: figure out how to have the professors have a stake in the economic success and usefulness of their academic spawn.

    The first step in encouraging universities to have stake in the success of their students would be for the universities to co-sign the student loans.

    Uncle Samuel in reply to Jack The Ripper. | January 26, 2013 at 10:26 am

    Simple – don’t send your children or grandchildren to these places of delusion, decadence, political anti-science and punitive conformity.

    Choose Hillsdale, Patrick Henry or another college where reason, logic, life, truth and morality are honored.

The Pansexual Militants have certainly made ‘Gaystapo’ dead-on accurate descriptor.

TrooperJohnSmith | January 26, 2013 at 11:29 am

I would like to major in Lesbian Studies. I can make a great case, based on left-wing reasoning and (what passes for) logic, that I am a man trapped in a woman’s body, trapped in a man’s body.

Hell, I could probably get a government job with those credentials.

In 1960, “Where the Boys Are” supposedly chronicled wild, impetuous youth during Spring break.

By comparison to today’s college goings-on, it’s tamer than a neutered poodle.

Perfect analogy that Dolores Hart became a nun.