University of Kansas to Offer Super Woke "Angry White Male Course"

The University of Kansas wants to study angry white men with a new and totally not racist course students can take coming this fall.

According to Fox News, the course will take a look at the increasing anger of white men beginning all the way back into the 1950s in both the United States and Great Britain.


“Employing interdisciplinary perspectives this course examines how both dominant and subordinate masculinities are represented and experienced in cultures undergoing periods of rapid change connected to modernity as well as to rights-based movements of women, people of color, homosexuals and trans individuals,” reads the course description.

In translation, they’re going to study why minorities and women achieving more rights has made white men mad.

This, of course, carries with it the accusation that white men are against the women’s rights and the advancement of minorities, which is demonstrably false. Especially given that white men helped fight – both politically and literally – to give women rights, free slaves, and give minorities voting rights.

In order to take this course, however, you must first attend and pass “Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies,” according to Fox News.

This is social justice conditioning at its height, beginning with feminist ideology being injected into the mind, as well as LGBT concepts and theories. While this typically creates an “us vs. them” mentality among student in the form of sex and gender, it would appear they would complete the circle by also crafting a narrative around race, namely naming white males as an angry villain opposed to change and the advancement of people not like them.


In truth, this very course is both racist and sexist, and would only encourage the students in those classes to become sexist and racist themselves, as it puts a horrid shade over people simply due to their skin color and sex.

It wasn’t lost on Republican Rep. Ron Estes that this class is more about division than not, and he took to Twitter to voice his concerns.




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