As of 2016, according to the U.S. Department of Education, there are about 12.4 million female students enrolled in American colleges and universities, compared to about 9.1 million male students. In order to achieve “gender equity” in college enrollment, we must either (a) do something about the anti-male discrimination in our nation’s school systems, or else (b) expel about 3.3 million college girls.
After all, don’t feminists believe that the absence of “gender equity” (e.g., the disparity between men’s and women’s average annual income) provesthat women are victims of sexist discrimination? By this logic, then, isn’t the shortage of male students on U.S. campuses proof that universities are discriminating against men?I would say "Feminists" hate men. Most women see themselves as "feminists" with a little "f". They believe in equality of opportunity, and generally gripe at men, but then, we generally gripe at women. Vive la différence!
If, as Lauren Barnes told Ms. Mo, feminism’s goal is “to give equality to everyone,” why aren’t feminists protesting against the inequality in higher education? And the answer is, because feminists hate men.