Professor Slams 'Hegemonic Masculinity' of Homeless Men

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'A feminist professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada recently published a book chapter documenting the myriad ways homeless men allegedly perpetuate “hegemonic masculinity” while discussing their hardships.

The book chapter, “When a Man’s Home is Not a Castle: Hegemonic Masculinity Among Men Experiencing Homelessness,” was published last Wednesday by Professor Erin Dej, in a book she co-edited on patriarchy in psychiatric wards and homeless shelters.

The goal of her research, she explains, was to “assess the ways hypermasculinity is performed among men experiencing homelessness.” And to do this, Dej interviewed 27 homeless men and spent and additional 296 hours spying on them in homeless shelters.

While research on vulnerable people typically requires informed consent and approval by an ethics board, it is unclear if Dej sought this. She declined to comment on this when emailed by PJ Media, and her research makes no mention of ethics review.'

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Can a man who owns almost nothing, probably suffering from a severe mental disorder or two, and is virtually penniless still ruthlessly oppress women?

Looks like it!

Amazing.

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Feminists are so mentally defective, they believe that ALL men are more privileged than ALL women. In their minds, a homeless man has more privilege than an exorbitantly rich female celebrity.

Because you know, it's not actual privilege that makes privilege, it's what's between your legs. . . [/s] *eye roll* *vomits*

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