Sunday, May 06, 2018

The University of Texas Austin Hates Men

The "Mental Health Center" at the University of Texas Austin has decided that they (and by "they" I mean a bunch of soy boys and feminists without an ounce of testosterone in them) know what is "healthy masculinity."

I desperately don't want to link to the source because I don't want to give them the traffic, but PJ Media is not embellishing even in the slightest. All you have to do is read the Orwellian jargon, which when boiled down to English means,

I will say it again, even though most of your soy boys out there won't listen.

Do not attend universities that hate you.  They are not your friends, they are your enemies who are fleecing you for worthless degrees and using you as an excuse to get more grant money.


Andrea Daley Utronebel said...

It's funny... they make pronouncements like that...

but they don't condemn Jewish control of porn that features women as whores who put out to big-donged studs.

but they don't condemn Jewish owned music industry that peddles rap music where womena are called bitchass ho's.

but they don't condemn the spread of mix-martial arts fighting with ugly tattoos all over. Now, they even have women imitating men and beating each other up.

A Texan said...

Yeah, to be bad we can't round up all the libtards in Austin and move their butts to CA, MI, or the Northeast. They would certainly be more at home. As native Texan, these people are shit stain upon the state.

Anonymous said...

>I desperately don't want to link to the source because I don't want to give them the traffic.

Relax Cappy, if you look at all the comments people have been leaving over at the site, you will see they have been ripping the article to bits and making fun of it, so I'm glad you did.

Sigma Dave said...

Cap, looks like they deleted that article and replaced it with a disclaimer, which starts with the statement below. Guess they got way more flak than they bargained for.

"The MasculinUT program does not treat masculinity as a 'mental health issue,' and any such statements are simply not accurate. It was established to bring more men to the table to address interpersonal violence, sexual assault and other issues."

Another section:

"These are important goals that we strongly stand behind. It has become clear that some of the communication and discussion surrounding MasculinUT did not convey this fully or clearly and was not effective at reaching the broad audiences the program envisioned. As a result, we will be reviewing the website and other content to ensure that it serves the program’s goals and will make any appropriate changes as we receive feedback from stakeholders."

Yes... some of the "communication" was "misunderstood". Right. I think we understood it full well. I wish I had taken a screenshot of that article.

CT said...

Cap, looks like they have changed the site.

The site now reads it is "under review".

Good. I do not think anyone would take (or at least should take) an institution that calls being male a mental health issue.

Otherwise, the whales at the alumni association begins to not write checks.