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Feminists: They’re Not About the ‘D’

Posted on | November 7, 2014 | 19 Comments

How many times do I have to say feminism is a journey to lesbianism before people start waking up to the truth? Liberal guys need to realize their “male feminist” thing is never going to work:

A male-led campaign to promote affirmative consent for sex at DePaul University — which is nominally Catholic but runs a “Queer Peers” mentorship program — has thrown in the towel.
Or rather, the T-shirt.
Selling shirts emblazoned with “Consent the D” — a play on the school’s basketball slogan “Fear the D” (the Demons mascot) that was widely interpreted as “dick” — came off as “flippant” to campus feminists, who didn’t take kindly to an alternative approach to their signature issue, Jezebel says:

“Unfortunately, the ‘Consent the D’ movement was cut short by forces outside of my control,” founder Randy Vollrath said in a video message posted Tuesday. “T-shirt production has been halted while we work to address the issue.”

Vollrath said he appreciates that people didn’t like the T-shirts but objects to their disagreement being ”misinformed” about the group’s intentions.

Via College Insurrection. Guys, let me give you a little clue, OK? Take a look at the Women and Gender Studies faculty page at DePaul:

The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies faculty members have wide-ranging research interests. Some of these interests include intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality; cross-cultural perspectives; violence against women; women in the Middle East; lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and transgender identities and politics; autobiography; queer theories; immigrant women; globalization; transnational feminist perspectives; antiracism; gender and education; feminist theories and politics; gender and family violence; and performance studies among others.

Do you guys see anything — anything at all — in that description that would lead you to think the kind of feminism taught at DePaul University could ever involve, y’know, “consent the D”?

Unless, of course, it’s followed by “Y-K-E” or “I-L-D-O.”

Pardon my heternormative sarcasm, DePaul guys, but it’s not like I don’t have actual research to support what I’m telling you. The truth isn’t hard to find, but you young idiots are probably too busy playing beer pong and XBox to bother looking for the truth.

Here, let me help you: Professor Ann Russo is director of the graduate program in Women’s and Gender Studies. Your first clue is that there is a graduate program, OK? They’re giving out master’s degrees and Ph.D.s in this stuff at DePaul, so it’s not just a few undergrads picking up a few easy A’s for regurgitating “queer theory.” Having a graduate program in Women’s Studies signifies that a university is a serious Dyke Factory. And let’s see what Professor Russo says about herself, eh?

Areas of Interest
Women, Violence, and Justice
Feminist, Anti-Racist, and Critical Race Theories and Practices
Activism and Social Justice Movements
Constructions of Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality in Media
Sexual Identities and Sexuality Debates

Just in case you DePaul fellows don’t get the significance of terms like “gender,” “identities” and “sexuality,” here’s a hint: Normal women don’t need a Ph.D. program to study how to be normal.

Still, you clever college boys may be thinking, “That old man is just crazy. There’s no way the university would be employing women to promote a totalitarian ideology of hatred toward males.” OK, look at Professor Russo’s list of “major publications” and you’ll see:


Feminists have praised Dworkin — and yes, they consider this praise — “as the Malcolm X of the women’s movement.” Professor Russo and her co-author clearly admire Dworkin as a feminist leader:

Without Apology illuminates the politics and artistic practices of Andrea Dworkin, arguably one of the most daring, innovative, and controversial feminists in the United States. Coauthor of civil rights antipornography laws, life-long political activist, and international lecturer and consultant on issues of sexual violence and exploitation, Dworkin has a prolific and distinguished writing career. She has published thirteen books of fiction and nonfiction, and her work has been translated into twelve languages.This is the first-ever book-length analysis of Dworkin’s feminist politics and the first critical analysis to examine her controversial political ideas in light of the literary dimensions of her prose. Cindy Jenefsky, with Ann Russo, looks at Dworkin’s major nonfiction works — including Woman Hating, Pornography: Men Possessing Women, and Intercourse — in terms of the rhetorical dynamics animating her political ideas. Also included within this analysis are Jenefsky’s lengthy interviews with Dworkin, which focus on her identity as an artist and on the artistic principles guiding her work.The result is a novel reinterpretation of Dworkin’s politics and a brilliantly clear analysis of the political nature of artistic practice for readers interested in literary and rhetorical criticism, feminist theory and activism, the volatile debates over pornography and civil rights, and the relationship between contemporary sexual practices and male power systems.

When a professor of Women’s Studies writes a book celebrating the career of Andrea Dworkin . . . do I have to draw you a picture? Your mental laziness is frightening, DePaul dudes. Because, see, it doesn’t take too much Googling to figure out what Professor Russo is all about. Her co-author on that Dworkin book, Cindy Jenefsky? Also the co-author of a treatise called “Phallic Intrusion: Girl-Girl Sex in Penthouse.”

Hmmm. So, Russo and Jenefsky are disciples of the man-hater Dworkin, and Jenefsky co-wrote an entire paper analyzing fake lesbian scenes in a popular skin mag. Would it help — because I know you DePaul guys are too dumb and/or lazy to Google it yourself — if I pointed out that Jenefsky’s co-author on that paper, Diane Helene Miller, is author of a book called Freedom to Differ: The Shaping of the Gay and Lesbian Struggle for Civil Rights?

Wake up, DePaul dudes: Feminism ain’t about “consent the D.”

Thousands of years of patriarchal domination, and you idiots are going to fumble it away because you’re too stupid to use Google?

You dudes are going get aced out of the action if you don’t wake up.



This is the latest in the “Sex Trouble” series of articles about radical feminism’s war on human nature. Readers have urged me to produce a book on this topic; since July I have been publishing articles, based on my research and recent news events, as “draft chapters” of this book that I hope to finish compiling next month. Readers have generously supported this project with PayPal contributions, and it is with profound gratitude for this support that I once again remind you of the Five Most Important Words in the English Language:




19 Responses to “Feminists: They’re Not About the ‘D’”

  1. Greg
    November 7th, 2014 @ 7:54 pm

    Great piece! What the Hell they teaching at campus nowadays? Sheesh..

  2. milkmandanxx
    November 7th, 2014 @ 7:59 pm

    Reprint the shirts to read “I take my sandwiches with the crust cut off” or “Cab money is on the dresser”. Sell ’em then. You’ll be no worse off. In fact, you might actually make money.

  3. Fail Burton
    November 7th, 2014 @ 8:21 pm

    One wonders how long this gender version of Stormfront is going to get away with selling their con. These programs have no place at university and if I were an alumni I wouldn’t give the school one penny until they expel them. It’s like having a neo-Nazi studies course promoting white supremacy.

    I have an idea for a t-shirt: “Orwell’s Bitches.”

  4. kilo6
    November 7th, 2014 @ 8:30 pm
  5. kilo6
    November 7th, 2014 @ 8:32 pm
  6. RKae
    November 7th, 2014 @ 8:40 pm

    The young folks! They’re so hilarious. This stupid t-shirt reminds me of their “Rape-Free Tent” at the Occupy protest.

    It never seems to hit home with them that all this “crisis of a rape epidemic” is totally on them – the left wing. The rest of us don’t need special campaigns because we’re not rapists.

    They proudly throw out all the ethics of “dead white men,” and then they look around, scratch their heads, and say, “Hey, we’re all a bunch of rapists; we need an ethic about sexual intercourse.” So, yeah, of course a t-shirt campaign will take care of that.

    They never seem to notice that their unwavering devotion to sexual anarchy has resulted in them becoming monsters.

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  8. Mike G.
    November 7th, 2014 @ 8:43 pm

    Actually, the crust is where all the nutrients are…just like the skin of a tater.

  9. Fail Burton
    November 7th, 2014 @ 9:04 pm

    “It (rape) is nothing more or less than a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state of fear… Rather than society’s aberrants or ‘spoilers of purity,’ men who commit rape have served in effect as front-line masculine shock troops, terrorist guerrillas in the longest sustained battle the world has ever known….when men raise the spectre of the unknown rapist, they refuse to take psychologic responsibility for the nature of his act.” – Against Our Will, Susan Brownmiller, 1975

    The “consent” thing is just a shill to demonize men. As you point out, why would Stormfront lesbians who consider normal sex oppression really care about this issue in the way they pretend to? In their insane minds it’s all a form of rape anyway, what’s proper protocols going to do to make that okay?

    The dumbest thing isn’t these clueless guys who’ve been taken in, it’s even worse guys who’ve unwittingly taken up the cause for what is essentially black lesbian supremacy. I say “black” because intersectionalism now takes precedence over the last “wave,” as you can see from those descriptions of “Areas of Interest.”

    So the bottom line is we have a neo-Nazi-like structure squatting at the heart of our institutions and moving gov’t policy. Orwell warned us about looking at black and seeing white.

  10. Steve Skubinna
    November 8th, 2014 @ 12:59 am

    I do not provide a rodent’s nether regions about the travails of metrosexual geldings and their pathetic groveling to feminists for approval and affirmation they will never get.

    What does concern me is that these d*kless, spineless, brainless losers are held up as some sort of paragon of male virtue by the same vicious feminists who so despise them, in order to cow the rest of men.

    Not. Gonna. Happen. I remain uncowed. Do not cross my path, chickensh*t p*ssies, or your harpy mentors. I have been places, seen things, and done things that would drop you to the floor in a fetal position with your thumb stuck in your whimpering mouths. You can not intimidate me.

  11. concern00
    November 8th, 2014 @ 2:19 am

    I’ll be sure to try “consent the D” on my wife tonight and report back.

  12. Ned McFury
    November 8th, 2014 @ 2:19 am

    Radical feminism has become malthusianism by another name, to the extent that I am starting to suspect the latter is the real goal as opposed to equality. It’s a hegemonic zero-child policy.

  13. K-Bob
    November 8th, 2014 @ 3:46 am

    You just keep your tater to yourself, young man.

  14. K-Bob
    November 8th, 2014 @ 3:56 am

    Well, it’s true the consent game has gotten rather lawyerish (Sign my form, baby, yeah!), and the radfems could take the fun out of owning a puppy. But it wasn’t that long ago that “Stick Any Pig Week!” was found on banners at major college campuses.

    When you make universities into remedial education centers for the clueless, that’s what you’re gonna get.

  15. Fail Burton
    November 8th, 2014 @ 11:43 am

    When they have a murder-free tent I’ll come out of hiding.

  16. Greg Toombs
    November 9th, 2014 @ 4:18 pm

    A t-shirt for college-age guys with “Tell Me You Want To Have Sex With Me” on it will be a best seller.

  17. Daniel Freeman
    November 9th, 2014 @ 7:59 pm

    I think you overestimate them. A t-shirt with a bug-eyed screw and question mark would sell much better, I’m sure of it.

  18. Daniel Freeman
    November 11th, 2014 @ 2:10 am

    How’d it go?

  19. concern00
    November 11th, 2014 @ 3:05 am

    I was hoping you’d overlook that. She laughed!