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Anti-male double standards at Colorado College
Via Marc A.:
Feminists at Colorado College can distribute material about "male castration," but if men distribute a satirical response, they get charged with violating a campus code. You can post comments under the story and email the Bulletin at publisher-at-thebulletin.us and jkidd-at-thebulletin.us.
'A Colorado college has found two students guilty of violating the conduct code against violence after the students distributed a satirical flyer poking fun at the college's Feminist and Gender Studies program. Chris Robinson and a second student who wished to remain nameless now must hold a campus forum to discuss the very issues that landed them in hot water.
The controversy began when Colorado College's "Feminist and Gender Studies Interns" distributed their newsletter entitled The Monthly Rag. The newsletter contained information pertaining to the women's studies program and also highlighted information on a lecture to be delivered by a "world-famous prostitute and porn star," information about gender identity issues and a comment concerning "male castration."
In response to the newsletter, the two students, under the pseudonym of "The Coalition of Some Dudes," created and distributed "The Monthly Bag," a satirical response to The Monthly Rag. In the parody, the two students included a comment about "female violence and abuse" from a battered men's Web site, as well as a statement of "chainsaw etiquette" and a "Tough Guy Wisdom" quote by Theodore Roosevelt.'
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