Man Sues University over Feminist Indoctrination

by Featured Guest on September 8, 2011

By Peter The Great

Most guys going to college are not aware of the feminist atmosphere and indoctrination to be found on today’s college campuses.

Tom Martin, who matriculated at London School of Economics, which used to be one of the premier colleges of economics, quit after 6 weeks and is now suing the LSE.

He is asking for 50,000£ claiming breach of contract, misleading advertising, misrepresentation and breach of the Gender Equality Duty Act.

Mr. Martin, age 39, states that while attending LSE last year states the university’s lecturers ignored male issues.

LSE, after an internal investigation, found (naturally) no evidence of bias.

Martin, who is representing himself in the Central London county court, said there was “systemic anti-male discrimination” and , “The core texts we had to read before each class were typically packed with anti-male discrimination and bias – heavily focusing on, exaggerating, and falsifying women’s issues perspectives, whilst blaming men, to justify ignoring men’s issues. There was no warning of this sexist agenda in the prospectus.”

He states “”They simply refuse to acknowledge the research which contradicts the ‘women good/men bad’, or the ‘women victims/men perpetrators’ storyline.

“Science does not come into it at LSE’s Gender Institute. Like a religion, the curriculum simply insists, by repetition, attempting to drum the anti-male agenda into the students.”

LSE’s legal team is asking that the suit be dismissed:

The university’s legal team has asked for the case to be struck out, claiming the core texts were not compulsory, merely recommended readings, and that the texts were equally available for both men and women to read, so therefore did not directly discriminate against men. The team also argues that “any discriminatory effect [against men] was plainly justifiable”.

In other words, it is clearly justifiable to slander men, and be biased against them. We should applaud Mr. Martin for his laudable stand against the standard university feminist party line, and hope that his suit will proceed on its merits.

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