Google Trends Exposes The Education System

by Featured Guest on April 7, 2011

By Charles Williams

Late one night, I was playing around on Google Trends, which is overall a great source of insight into contemporary trends in politics, pop culture, family, common knowledge, and everything else. It documents the relative frequency of search terms in Google over the past seven years.

I threw in a couple of feminist buzzwords and quickly noticed a distinct pattern. I assembled and labeled these below:

So what was the deal with this pattern of increased activity in the spring and fall, dipping in the summer, with a sharp downward spike near the winter holidays? Being the regular Spearhead reader I am, I immediately conjured up images of thousands of damaged women venting and ranting on the internet about how men are pigs when I considered who was performing these searches. Since even most self-deigned feminists these days still try to capture beauty, I was even more perplexed from this result:

None of the pattern there! It’s not as if these supposed women are just using the internet less in the summer. There’s nothing to see except for pre-Halloween peaks, but my sense of dread increased as I dared to test another hypothesis. Perhaps the conclusion is already dawning on you as well:

That’s right. So many students in high school and college have homework to do and essays to write on gender, discrimination, and feminism that their trends are inseparable from the trends of school being in session. But those aren’t the only things that follow the pattern:

Perhaps you aren’t weeping for these children and young adult’s futures just yet. What if they also cover some of the real issues that affect men and women in school?

No semblance of an education pattern is detected.

Were all these searches about taking down the non-existent patriarchy associated with the campaign for gay rights? I put some more trends to the test to find out:

They weren’t, but the real kicker here that more people search for both gays and lesbians than they do for marriage.

What else do they learn in school these days? Are they learning about the principles of the Bill of Rights? Are they writing about the systems of a republic, or about the freedom that supposedly comes from living in a democracy?

About the only thing I can tell from these trends is that a lot of people tried to figure out what a democracy was during the presidential elections. I was confused as to why the 2008 peak fell after the election until I figured out that the Guns N’ Roses album Chinese Democracy album came out on November 23.

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AfOR April 7, 2011 at 03:21

Data mining can be *really* interesting, but the 9000lb gorilla in the room that all the marketers and researchers and pollsters miss is this.

Google trends is like trying to determine the outcome of a war by picking over a battlefield and counting used ordinance.

Think about that.

Google autocomplete search terms will also highly skew trends, in effect leading people by the nose.

Google trends can be interesting, but I personally would be awfully leery of drawing any conclusions from it whatsoever.

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valabala April 7, 2011 at 04:09

This is pretty brilliant actually, thanks for the research.

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Ivo Vos April 7, 2011 at 05:06

Nice work. And while popularity in Google trends does not translate into subjective popularity, ‘being popular’, it is still interesting tot note that attention for certain subjects on the Internet coincides with required attention of students in our educational system that can be answered by using the Internet. It might even suggest that while the teachers may find for whatever reason that the subjects should be popular for the students, the students themselves are using the Internet to get over these boring parts as efficient and quickly as possible by using the Internet and the copy/paste function. The trend seems to suggest that much. As another way of singing ‘we don’t need no education’. And another manifestation of feminism as a waste of time for many.

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AfOR April 7, 2011 at 05:46

You cannot assume Education playing any part in this either…

The twice annual hump in “domestic violence” curves could easily be explained by wimminz seeking a divorce AFTER the Christmas and summer holidays have been paid for and enjoyed, as they do research for their lawyers meetings and future allegations and affidavits.

Without the metadata, we just do not know.

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Atlas Laughed April 7, 2011 at 06:56

Last Fall I did a few Google Trend searches using phases such as men’s rights, men’s movement, misandry, etc. It was my first time using Google Trends so I’m not sure if I did it correctly. The results were interesting in that they showed a strong decrease in the trends or interest by searchers in those subjects. Yet, it seems to me there is an increase in the MRM. Another article somewhere covered this strange finding and hypothesized that maybe men are searching for more specific targets such as false-rape or divorce for men, etc. Either that or maybe google is downplaying the trend results having to do with MRM which might be too paranoid a thought.

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shiva April 7, 2011 at 07:02

For a lot of students, “gender discrimination” and feminism are simply the easiest thing to write about. They don’t really have to do any abstract or complicated thinking about it, because they’ve been spoonfed it all their lives liminally and subliminally. Plus it relates to them on a personal level. So, in most classes they will be given a choice of what to write about, and still choose to write on these topics.

For example, I took a mandatory composition class, and half of the class chose to write about the exact same thing: gender issues in Dracula (the book we were reading). We could have written about any theme really. The only guidance we were given was some sample essays written by academicians, some of which *puke* were written by feminists on feminist themes. I was disappointed and nauseated by the lack of creativity and independent thought shown by the students.

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SingleDad April 7, 2011 at 07:20

I think google trends tells you about “culture” and this is a cultural war. Our mothers, sisters, wives and daughters do not like a culture that treats them like royalty.

But I think most of us would agree that what a woman does and what she says is different. I like google trends because it tells us what they are doing with their fingers when no one is looking.

They seem to want to be treated like everyone, else, at least that’s what they say. I’m happy to oblige. I just put up an online dating profile and said that I was only interested in women that “actually like men”.

Should get some interesting angry emails from the army of 45 year old cat ladies in LA. You know, the ones making all those tv shows and ads that prove they hate men.

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Lyn87 April 7, 2011 at 07:30

I never knew Google Trends existed until just now. Excellent tool, but I wish they would put numbers on the vertical axis. I decided to give it a try myself and typed in misandry. It did not appear at all until a big spike around September 2009, then immediately dropped to zero until December 2009. Since then it has been bumping along at a steady pace. Then I tried misogyny and saw the same kind of pattern you notice with other keywords – it looked like the EKG I had yesterday.

What I find most interesting is that hits for misandry seem to be hanging at about 1/3 of the hits for misogyny. Considering that feminists have been screeching about misogyny for four decades and most spell-check programs don’t even recognize misandry as a word yet, that’s an encouraging sign.

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AfOR April 7, 2011 at 07:30

@ single dad.

OT for this thread, my blog has my internet dating advice split into several separate articles from rank newbie to jedi master, if you are actually looking for some free pussy as opposed to baiting the wimminz, or on reflection maybe that too, it may be of some service to you.

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SingleDad April 7, 2011 at 08:01

I have to admit, at this point in my life baiting them is more fun. Dating them is rather annoying and expensive at best and damaging or deadly at worst.

I have used online dating since since before it was invented. Back then we had video dating centers like Great Expectations.

Watch the movie “Singles” if you want a humerous look at what that was like.

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AfOR April 7, 2011 at 08:14

@ single dad

I’ll see you and raise you, my first internet sexual hookups were via fidonet, around 8 years before the internet or www.

strictly text only of course. huge (24hrs) latency.

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Lyn87 April 7, 2011 at 08:14

Good news / bad news. I continued playing around with Google Trends a bit. Since the vertical axis has no values attached to it the graphs are only useful as tools for comparison. I created a graph for misandryand misogyny then added in a couple of random words: bucket and giraffe.

In comparison, the lines for misandry and misogyny nearly disappeared. The good news is that misandrygets about a third as many hits as misogyny even though most dictionaries don’t even list it as a real word. The bad news is the number of hits for either is nearly inconsequential compared to even random words like bucket and giraffe.

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Xamuel April 7, 2011 at 08:19

Wow, great find. Just to nitpick on one thing though: the lack of an “education pattern” in certain high-volume searches does not demonstrate that education is ignoring them. It could just be that so many people search those things outside of education, that the contribution from education disappears from the graph. For example, if you look at “gay” and “lesbian”, that’s going to be flooded with people searching for porn, who will overwhelm the education-contributed searches and make them disappear.

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AfOR April 7, 2011 at 08:32

@ Xamuel

well, if you do a search for “bestiality” it shows a downwards trend, of you do a search for “dog sex” it shows an upward trend.

This may or may not be indicative of falling literacy levels.

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Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c) April 7, 2011 at 08:43
Lyn87 April 7, 2011 at 08:47

This is interesting. The graph for wildebeest is almost exactly the same as the graph for misogyny. I bet that would chap Jessica Valenti’s hide. ;-)

I clearly have too much time on my hands. It must be time to hit the gym.

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Ivo Vos April 7, 2011 at 09:17

@AfOR
I don’t mean to imply mechanistic cause and effects. That is the kind of reasoning that is over used by feminists and it leads more often than not when applied to ‘explaining’ the content of human thoughts in a rational mechanistic way by using correlations. Try other subjects like ‘math’, ‘economy’, ‘history’, ‘geography’, ‘science’, ‘high school’, even ‘university’ (to a lesser degree) on google trends. The same pattern emerges.

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universe April 7, 2011 at 09:42

OT but this is simply hysterical. Enjoy!
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1374468/The-good-bad-downright-tacky-It-Liverpool-Day-Aintree-kicks-off.html

– The real equestrienne event.

Living over here, in the colonies, I used to think that real culture was defined by whatever they did over there. Surely, I was mistaken.
( Will that be a wash and a brush-down before we put you away for the night, madam? )

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SingleDad April 7, 2011 at 10:34

OT:

I guess the ladies don’t like it when anyone says anything about a mom. That is abuse and misogyny, anyone who dare criticize a “mom” is a “sociopath”:

The bitterness of divorce strikes a resonant chord for a lot of people. It’s no accident that a friend refers to her ex as “Mr. I Hope His Junk Falls Off and He Dies.” And breakups can make for some mighty rich, even wildly funny material, as Louis C.K.’s darkly hilarious “Louie” repeatedly proves. But make no mistake – when a very, very rich man, one with an inexplicable amount of fame and influence, publicly refers to any human being as a bitch and a whore, his actions are not just irresponsible, they’re hateful. That he’s drumming up crowds into a frenzy of vitriol against the mother of two of his children makes even more horrendous.

It’s bad enough that those poor little girls are going to live with all the baggage that comes from having porn star-loving, recreational substance-enjoying Charlie Sheen as a dad. No child, under any circumstances, deserves to have her mother spoken of in those terms, period, let alone by a crowd of Ohio morons. And no woman deserves the very threatening and very scary experience of having any man incite up that much public rage against her, period. It’s vile, and it’s potentially dangerous. So what you call a tiger blooded Adonis who would do such a stupid thing? Duh, sociopath.

http://www.salon.com/life/charlie_sheen/index.html?story=/ent/tv/feature/2011/04/07/charlie_sheen_winning_with_denise_richards_hate

I guess writing that you hope someones fathers is genitally mutilated before he is put to death is A OK, no sociopaths in the feminist crowd. What hypocrits.

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guelphite April 7, 2011 at 10:38

I go to the university of guelph and am currently taking sociology as and elective. My prof is a huge feminist cunt who every chance she gets replaces she instead of he and goes on big rants about womens rights. The text book for the course is written by her an another author and every chapter no matter what the topic someone relates back to womens rights and how they do as much work as men and are not treated fairly. IE wage gap

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Twenty April 7, 2011 at 10:45

But make no mistake – when a very, very rich man, one with an inexplicable amount of fame and influence, publicly refers to any human being as a bitch and a whore, his actions are not just irresponsible, they’re hateful.

So, without getting into the merits of the particular case, the quoted author is taking the position that the truth is no defense? (I.e., “his actions are … irresponsible”, irrespective of the facts of the situation.) That’s an … “interesting” view of the matter.

Lefties desperately want to control the bounds of allowable speech, don’t they?

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Anonymous April 7, 2011 at 10:48

A group of 16 students and alumni has filed a complaint with the Education Department’s Civil Rights Office, claiming that Yale’s failure to respond to several incidents of alleged sexual harassment violated Title IX, which prohibits universities that get federal funding from discriminating on the basis of sex. Last week, the office announced a “climate check” at Yale to see how hostile the campus really is to co-eds.

Drawing the loudest outcry are a 2006 episode in which frat pledges chanted, “No means yes! Yes means anal!” in front of the Yale Women’s Center (a refrain they reprised in 2009), and a 2008 stunt in which frat members posed for a photo in front of the center with a sign proclaiming “We love Yale sluts.”

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/how_yale_became_sexual_cesspool_GWG6gwQtY1hg1DmME4xyhP

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Lyn87 April 7, 2011 at 11:44

SingleDad,

I checked your link to Salon. Those people are disgusting. So Charlie Sheen called his ex-wife Denise Richards a bitch after she got him slapped with multiple restraining orders and his dog died after she absconded with it.

He called her a WHAT?!?!?! Oh goodness-gracious and golly gee willikers, the horror of it all!

Personally I hate celebrity crap and usually avoid it like the plague, but you can’t turn anything on without hearing about this drama. It seems Charlie Sheen is no saint, but as you noted, in the same article she seems okay with a woman who calls her ex-husband, “Mr. I Hope His Junk Falls Off and He Dies.”

A lot of readers rightly called her out on the fact that calling your ex-wife a bitch is not misogyny. Whatever one’s feelings about Sarah Palin, Salon goes epic-fail on integrity: if “And no woman deserves the very threatening and very scary experience of having any man incite up that much public rage against her…” then why did Salon publish this?

Let’s let Michael Vick keep Sarah Palin as a pet instead of a dog. It will be safer for dogs and maybe we’ll get the satisfaction of having Vick electrocute Palin! You know that after listening to that voice for longer than 30-seconds Vick would be lunging for the cattle prods.

Vick gets a pet to torture and we get rid of Palin. A win-win for everyone!”

With all the mutually-conflicting crap floating around in their minds the average feminist at Salon must have to wrap her head in duct tape to keep her head from exploding.

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SMC April 7, 2011 at 11:49

Anonymous April 7, 2011 at 10:48

A group of 16 students and alumni has filed a complaint with the Education Department’s Civil Rights Office, claiming that Yale’s failure to respond to several incidents of alleged sexual harassment violated Title IX, which prohibits universities that get federal funding from discriminating on the basis of sex. Last week, the office announced a “climate check” at Yale to see how hostile the campus really is to co-eds.

Drawing the loudest outcry are a 2006 episode in which frat pledges chanted, “No means yes! Yes means anal!” in front of the Yale Women’s Center (a refrain they reprised in 2009), and a 2008 stunt in which frat members posed for a photo in front of the center with a sign proclaiming “We love Yale sluts.”

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/how_yale_became_sexual_cesspool_GWG6gwQtY1hg1DmME4xyhP

The sex discrimination at Yale “creating a hostile environment” is actually the unconstitutional wimmins center that is being constitutionally assembled against (by the typically dopey ill led males).

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Osmar April 7, 2011 at 12:24

Lyn87 forget Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Bill’OReilly, FOX News and the whole crazy gang. Please don’t talk about these figures of stupidity, narcissiscism or insanity.

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Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c) April 7, 2011 at 12:45

OT.
my comment was ‘but if you call me a sex object you are a misgynist who wants to oppress women’.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1374353/Eva-Longoria-pops-jacket-David-Letterman.html

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Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c) April 7, 2011 at 12:47

Lyn87 April 7, 2011 at 11:44

Yeah…he called the ‘empowered’, ‘liberated’, ‘emancipated’, grrrrrrrrrlll a ‘bitch’ and she’s DEVASTATED and he’s a right bastard.

If you guys want to see what crap goes on? Try this link.

http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=199391393426571&id=100000671366774&notif_t=feed_comment_reply

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Lyn87 April 7, 2011 at 12:48

Osmer,

Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Bill’OReilly, FOX News

I spend virtually no time at all listening to any of them or reading what they write, so I can’t speak with much authority on the subject.

Of the few tidbits I know: certainly Sarah Palin’s support for Title IX is misandric, and Bill O’Reilly is guilty of misandry as well. If the others are I have not heard it, but if I become aware that any of them are being hypocritical about misogyny / misandry I’ll be happy to join you in condemning those comments. Post away.

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CM April 7, 2011 at 12:51

Dude, you are a shaman. That is by my standards defiantly considered “tinkering with the wires under the cultural circuit board”. This is a very astute and clear outside observation.

The trends for education are utterly clear visible patterns that very much fit with those trends used to search for feminist buzz words. Of course when it comes down to the real truth of the matter, nobody is interested.

This article is such a powerful statement on so many levels.

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van Rooinek April 7, 2011 at 12:52

Talk about google experiments. Try this one, and use quotes (without quotes you’ll just get sites containing both words anywhere which tells you a lot less)…..

“unsaved husband”….19,000 hits
“unsaved wife”…………..1,720 hits

More than 10x as many hits for “unsaved husband”…. why? Based on my bitter memories from my single days, I suspect that this is because so many Christian women disobediently date and marry unbelievers, ignoring the decent Christian men who would have been better matches. In my experience, most guys, once they get saved and get a modicum of spiritual instruction, quickly “get it”, and if no Christian girl is interested in them, they will ROT AT HOME every Friday and Saturday night, for years on end, rather than date nonbelievers. However, many Christian girls never develop such scruples, no matter how clearly it is taught or even if they are directly confronted about it! One actually had the gall to tell me that they had, in effect, a “right” to be taken out, and since Christian men weren’t asking them (which wasn’t even true!) then, it was okay for them to date outside the faith!

Fast forward a decade or so…. It’s really sad, Sunday morning, when I and my wife are unloading our kids at church, to see all these women arriving with kids in tow, but no husband. One or two are widows, some are divorcees, and some are probably unequally yoked who got that way innocently — ie, they married before they were saved. But I suspect that a LOT of them rejected good Christian men in favor of extreme wealth and/or the “badboy” fetish. And now they suffer for it. Of course it makes my wife appreciate me more….

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Lovekraft April 7, 2011 at 13:05

I would be interested in seeing the trends for divorce after a movie like “Eat, Pray, Puke” or “SATC2″ comes out.

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Lyn87 April 7, 2011 at 13:46

@ van Rooinek April 7, 2011 at 12:52

I think it might actually be impossible for you to be any more right.

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kirvett April 7, 2011 at 15:44

“Charles Williams” here. There actually is a slight summer dip in “democracy”, but it’s just a quick, minor adjustment. “Gender”, on the other hand, matches every spike and flux in “essay”.

I kind of “academized” this article and posted it here (and sent it to some other people):
http://www.scribd.com/doc/52398124/Curriculum-and-visible-semester-patterns-in-Google-Trends

If you want a funny and somewhat disturbing read, check out “Conversations with my slovenly ex-housemate” on the same Scribd account.

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SingleDad April 7, 2011 at 16:07

OT:

And Canada continues to be worse than the US. A former Judge made some non-PC comment so the feminists again are eating their own.

This mangina’s defense? He was such a good Judge for the wimmenz that his sentences against men were so harsh:

He did defend his record as a judge, saying he had sentenced sex offenders to prison terms the court of appeal determined were too harsh. </blockquote

http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/Alberta+Liberal+candidate+John+Reilly+apologizes+remarks+sexual+assault/4575657/story.html#ixzz1Ishyu1jL

So, yeah, being a feminist kiss ass get's you nothing but hatred from your feminist overlords.

My title: Mangina get's what he deserves.

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kirvett April 7, 2011 at 18:10

There are a lot of comments about how part of the cause for the trends is that it’s really easy for students to choose to write about gender and discrimination in whatever work of literature or film they’re looking at. And it’s true that writing those essays is really easy because it’s just mechanistically spewing out tropes and buzzwords about how the women were discriminated against in Gone With The Wind or Casablanca.

But that’s exactly the problem. They teach it as if everything written before 1960 is just full of hatred towards insert-your-minority-victim-group or women. And as if the main prerogative of education and academia is to find out what bullshit “discrimination” is present in today’s media like Passion of the Christ or Inglourious Basterds.

I’m really glad to see that other people are taking up research into the zeitgeist through Google Trends. It’s actually encouraging to think that there are thousands of women out there worried about their “unsaved husbands”. As we know, women collectively get the men they deserve, that is, they collectively get the men that they let fuck them. If they’re concerned about their godless badboy husbands, that’s a good thing.

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GT66 April 7, 2011 at 19:02

You cannot assume Education playing any part in this either

Don’t forget something like 90% of K-12 teachers are female (and of course, college educated ones). There is almost NO way that feminist indoctrination isn’t happening in our schools.

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GT66 April 7, 2011 at 19:14

http://www.mindingthecampus.com/forum/2010/07/white_men_dont_go_to_ed_school.html

From: White Men Don’t Go to Ed School by Charlotte Allen

The most troubling reason for young men’s lack of interest in learning how to be K-12 teachers, however, may lie in the content of many ed-school’s curricula, often: loaded with political correctness, lame psychobabble and useless Marxist and feminist theory, all at the expense of subject-matter content and practical instruction on teaching difficult concepts or maintaining order in a classroom. General bias against men, especially white men, seems to be the rule. When the NEA released its 2008 survey detailing the paucity of men in K-12 classrooms, several commenters on psychologist Helen Smith’s “Dr. Helen” blog expressed disillusion and bitterness with an ed-school pedagogy that made them feel unwelcome. Here are a couple of the comments:

I’m a 28 year old male, just beginning a Masters program in Childhood Education, and I assure you, the bias against male teachers begins well before one actually begins teaching. One of the first courses I’ve been required to take is a Diversity class, and so far, it has been a virtual non-stop tirade against everything that men have ever done in this country. We have basically touched on nothing that would relate to teaching, instead, we focus on how men (particularly white, European men), have apparently been responsible for everything that is wrong in the world. If this is what I, and those like me, have to look forward too, it’s no wonder there’s such a stunning lack of diversity among teachers.

Again, there is no doubt feminist indoctrination is *not* happening in our schools.

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David K. Meller April 7, 2011 at 20:14

A good post, GT66, but isn’t there so much else wrong with the “publik skoolz” and their instruction that the feminist, marxist, and nonwhite-centric drivel is almost an afterthought!

(White) Men ought to look for alternatives, for their sons, and even their daughters, as soon as possible, with an eye toward defunding and decertifying these State funded and State licensed monstrosities as soon as possible!

Of course, the increasingly precarious financial conditions of governments today at all levels, local, State (provincial) and Federal, can only help us here! Heck, we may even find some women who are aware of the shortcomings and flaws there, and would be willing to help us here.

No, I don’t think so, either!!

PEACE AND FREEDOM!!
David K. Meller

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MRA April 8, 2011 at 04:46

So, without getting into the merits of the particular case, the quoted author is taking the position that the truth is no defense? (I.e., “his actions are … irresponsible”, irrespective of the facts of the situation.) That’s an … “interesting” view of the matter.

Lefties desperately want to control the bounds of allowable speech, don’t they?

The problem isn’t lefties, the problem is feminism and all the things that sustain and promote it (which include Capitalism and Western Civilization).

Western Righties want to control the bounds of allowable speech, too (which will always be controlled/limited, btw). Probably a lot more so in fact than the lefties do. And note that Western Rightism has long since become a cheerleader of feminism.

“What else do they learn in school these days? Are they learning about the principles of the Bill of Rights? Are they writing about the systems of a republic, or about the freedom that supposedly comes from living in a democracy?”

There is no mutual exclusivity between a republic and a democracy, contrary to popular conservative myth.

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van Rooinek April 8, 2011 at 14:49

I would be interested in seeing the trends for divorce after a movie like “Eat, Pray, Puke”..

Call it by its proper name: Cheat, Betray, Leave!

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gender foreigner April 9, 2011 at 20:11

Dear Charles Williams:

Exactly. Perfect. Three cheers. I can tell you that the Feminist Socialist Curriculum of the Women’s Government Universities, Community Colleges and schools (and their associative bodies such as women’s student unions) drive the demand side for the supply side you identified.

Amazing and competent research. My hat is off to you, big time.

Three cheers for Charles Williams:

Hip, hip, hurray. Hip, hip, hurray. Hip, hip, hurray.

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gender foreigner April 9, 2011 at 21:28

Dear All:

Of course, the global trends on Google establish that the women (and the ever fewer nonwomen) in the Women’s Government Schools are the greatest cadre of CYBER BULLIES ON THE PLANET.

So, yet again, the evidence is forthcoming that the greatest bully at school is the teacher.

Someone said long ago, “Doctor, heal thyself.” And given the alleged commitment of teachers to supress bullying in the Women’s Government Schools, I can echo the sentiments as follows: “Teachers (aka, women almost 100%), TEACH THYSELVES.”

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andybob April 10, 2011 at 01:29

…my blog has my internet dating advice split into several separate articles from rank newbie to jedi master, if you are actually looking for some free pussy as opposed to baiting the wimminz, or on reflection maybe that too, it may be of some service to you.

Afor

Thanks Huggy Bear.

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syncrodox April 10, 2011 at 15:11

gf

Good luck with that…

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Barry April 10, 2011 at 15:29

Great stuff. These trend graphs cut past the b-sh*t and rhetoric and tell it how it is.

We need to see a lot more like this! Pleasec do more!

What interests me in the above graphs was to note a declining interest in the usual feminist topics over the recent years (a good thing) but a dramatic increase in news articles on same. Thats very interesting…. but I dont know what to make of it.

Barry

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