Thursday, October 06, 2022

Triggering a Facilitated Restorative Justice Meeting

The Soviets used to send professors to re-education camps, if they insisted on obvious truths that the Commies reject. American college have some different terminology.

Bangor Maine Daily News reports:

University of Southern Maine officials announced Monday that they would not replace a professor who allegedly told her class there were only two biological sexes.

The alleged incident upset much of professor Christy Hammer’s graduate-level education class, instigating a mass walk out and triggering a facilitated restorative justice meeting last month where many students demanded Hammer be replaced.

Instead, USM will make an alternative, identical class available.

“We have developed an alternative plan for this class and will be opening a new section of this course for those students who would like to move,” university spokesperson Gina Marie Guadagnino said. “The original section taught by professor Hammer will continue for any student who wishes to remain in that class.”

Be sure to watch out for a "facilitated restorative justice meeting", and recite the expected mantras. This one flopped.
But Hammer maintained her position on the binary nature of sex.

Leibiger hopes the incident will be instructive for the class of future teachers.

Future teachers will know not to explain the binary nature of sex.


CFT said...

Mass psychosis is a terrible thing to watch unfold in your own society.
How exactly does a person argue against the existence of the two sexes of mammalian biology?

Intersex isn't actually a 'sex', or a gender at all, it's a birth defect. The term 'self-identifying' is the psychobabble verbiage invented by one John Money, who in addition to being a supporter of pedophilia, was also a sexual pervert (much like Alfred Kinsey) who hid his depravity and unethical behavior under the guise of his profession. Like many sexual predators, Mr. Money wanted his world view validated, and spread his unsupported and unscientific delusions to others.

Roger said...

I thought that John Money had been completely discredited. It is distressing to see some of him ideas being followed today.