“I think most are unlikely to discuss it because they believe the debate is over and their side won.”
The College Fix reached out to over a dozen women’s studies professors on this subject and didn’t receive a single response. How curious.
Maria Lencki writes:
Should there be any restrictions on abortion? Women’s studies professors won’t say
Americans tend to broadly support various restrictions on abortion rights, particularly in later months of pregnancy. Yet over a dozen women’s studies professors declined to say whether or not they believe in any restrictions on abortion.
The College Fix reached out to over 12 women’s studies professors at numerous universities across the country to ask whether or not they support any laws limiting the right to an abortion, and how those laws might be enforced. None replied. Where phone numbers were available, the professors did not respond to phone calls, either.
Among those contacted were professors from Fordham University, Yale, Harvard, the University of Texas and the University of California, Los Angeles. Professors at North Dakota State University, Montclair University, Temple University, and New Jersey City University also did not respond.
Faculty don’t want to admit pro-abortion politics
Michael Adams, a pro-life apologetics instructor and professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, said he believes the vast majority of professors support abortion on demand, but that they’re unwilling to admit it.
“I think most are unlikely to discuss it because they believe the debate is over and their side won. They consider it settled law. There is just no diversity on the issue at secular universities,” Adams told The Fix via email.
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