She teaches anthropology, which is not a real science.
It used to be a real science, until some Jew came along, made up some crap about biology not being real, and completely destroyed it and turned it into a source of low-grade apparatchiks for the system.
Kathleen Lowery, an academic at the University of Alberta, has been fired from her role as associate chair of undergraduate programs in the Department of Anthropology for expressing gender-critical feminist ideas, according to the Centre for Free Expression.
“Kathleen Lowrey, an associate professor at the University of Alberta, was asked to resign from her role.. All Professor Lowrey has been told is that she is somehow making the learning environment “unsafe” .. because she is a feminist who holds “gender critical” views.”
It was in March that Lowrey was asked to resign from her position. She was told that the reasons for this were that the learning environment she created was “unsafe” for students. This was as per the University, “on the basis that one or more students had gone to the University’s Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights and the Dean of Students, André Costopolous, to complain about her without filing formal complaints.”
This thing they fired her from was a separate useless sinecure from her teaching, so she can still go on telling people about how biology doesn’t exist in the things that don’t affect her.
Still, that doesn’t mean she won’t have other problems.
Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminists (TERFs), which is what the slightly less insane feminists are called, are getting hammered on all fronts, sometimes literally.
Not a single human being you see in this video would be allowed to speak in public in a sane society
Because they’re right about trannies being men, and men are just better at anything than women.
That includes being used to subvert civilization.
The University of Alberta justified its decision on the basis that a student, or students, informally complained to its Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights that Lowery made the learning environment feel “unsafe” for them by voicing gender critical feminist ideas.
As a teacher of young people with curious minds, Lowery said her method is to summarize her views on the first day of any course about sex or gender, along with a declaration that students are not required to agree with her. She took this approach to her 2020 course on the “Anthropology of Women.”
It is difficult to imagine how a teacher could communicate knowledge on that topic without reference to biological sex, as opposed to the relatively recent academic trend of gender identity. However, Lowery’s employers felt that her reference to the importance of biological sex broke with orthodoxy to such an unacceptable degree that she had to go.
The University did not give any reasons for dismissal, other than the fact an informal complaint had been received. They said that “it is not in the best interests of the students or the University” for Lowery to continue in her post. In effect, an institution of learning claims it is “protecting” its anthropology students from confronting the reality, and importance, of biological sex, because the students don’t want to have to think about it.
I can’t even imagine the amount of mental gymnastics I’d have to perform to convince myself that spending 4 years of my life in a place like this would teach me anything worth knowing.
I guess if I were studying engineering or medicine or something.
But even so, just the thought of being around people like this…
It is remarkable how much power the students now have—over female teachers, at least. All they need to do is whisper the magic word “transphobia” behind closed doors for the institution to show her the door.
Such is the power of the student as consumer, in an age of intense conformity of thought within liberal institutions. All it takes is hearsay from one or two students for the usual rules of employment disputes to fall away: no formal complaints process, no transparency regarding the nature of the accusations made, no disciplinary process.
Under the banner of “progressivism,” we have regressed to a stage where careers and livelihoods can be destroyed behind closed doors, where any deviation from orthodoxy is framed as a damnable heresy, where matters of individual conscience and freedom of thought and expression fall by the wayside.
All of this shows us just how fragile gender ideology is, if one woman teaching an anthropology course can be made out as public enemy number one just because she knows sex is real, and that it matters.
The original article details other similar cases of women being fired from academia for saying reality is a real thing that actually exists, and I’ve written about those before, but there’s no point in commenting on them.
I want to stress that I am fully on the tranny side here.
Feminists are getting what they deserve, and they’re getting it in a hilarious way too.
You’ve destroyed society up to this point, and now it’s finally caught on with you.
You did this