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Feminist Group Offers $5,000 Grants to Promote Anti-Male Hatred on Campus

Posted on | September 26, 2017 | 1 Comment


Female students can get $5,000 grants from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) to create feminist propaganda campaigns to “fight the patriarchy” on college campuses. For example, at SUNY-Brockport, AAUW’s Campus Action Project (CAP) grants funded a group called “Be the Revolution,” which hosted a celebration of violent anarchist Emma Goldman, who was deported from the U.S. in 1917. The SUNY-Brockport group also promoted the “1-in-5” campus rape myth, as well as the “gender pay gap” myth, blaming “bias and barriers” for women’s lower average income. By promoting feminist myths that demonize men as oppressors and rapists, these propaganda campaigns teach female college students to hate and fear their male classmates, and justify policies of deliberate discrimination against males who are already a minority (43%) of undergraduate enrollment.

Women are victims of “hostile work environments, negative stereotypes about women in leadership, and unconscious or implicit bias,” said Paige Robnett, AAUW’s College Relations Manager. This victimhood ideology is used by feminists to mobilize student support for Democrats. Although AAUW claims to be non-partisan, Robnett is a Democrat Party activist.