Uni Students Storm Out Of Diversity Panel After Biologist Says Men And Women Are Different

Who knew science could be so triggering?

Over at Portland State University in the US, philosophy professor Peter Boghossian held a panel titled ‘We Need To Talk About Diversity’. Joining him were biologist Heather E. Heying, writer Helen Pluckrose and ex-Google engineer James DaMore (the guy who got fired for arguing that Google had gone overboard in its attempt to promote diversity).

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Well at around 19:00, all hell broke loose:

Let’s rewind and see what Heying said that caused such outrage:

Let’s look at differences between men and women that are explicitly anatomical and physiological; are men taller than women on average? Does anyone take offense at that fact?

Well apparently this blue-haired individual and her gender-ambiguous pal took offense. To be fair I’m sure you could have guessed what these people looked like before even clicking the video:

Seem pleased with themselves don’t they? Anyway they didn’t just leave the room, they decided to destroy the sound system on their way out too. Who knew science could be so triggering?

The video then cuts to another hard-left protester (with purple hair this time) being asked to leave while yelling that the women have been ‘brainwashed’. You almost have to respect that level of self-delusion.

That’s the thing with the hard-left and people who take courses like ‘gender studies’ at liberal arts unis. Things like ‘facts’ become oppressive and the only thing that matters is people’s opinions, not science and reality.

We then get this creep on camera saying ‘Nazis are not welcome in civil society’:

Well I’m sure we can all agree on that much, but the fact he’s comparing a biologist, a philosophy teacher and an ex-Google engineer to Nazis is pretty fucking ridiculous.

To think this all happened just because someone pointed out there are physiological and biological differences in men and women. Sigh…

To read about the trans parents who created the UK’s first gender-fluid family, click HERE.


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