This chick is completely loopy. Check out the web of nonsense that she spins.
This vegan professor is stating that the eating of meat is ‘reinforcing the patriarchy’.
Anne DeLessio-Parson, a professor of sociology at Pennsylvania State University, has said that as a society, we should eschew meat because it perpetuates ‘hegemonic masculinity’ and ‘gender hegemony’ which is also known as the:
At first, we thought she said ‘chew meat’ which made us really excited, because, well, it’s meat.
Alas, she meant going vegetarian to dismantle the patriarchy, not eating more meat.
If you think that’s nutty… just wait until you hear the nutty professor speak.
Watch Jesse Watters chat with Dr. DeLessio-Parson:
Professor argues eating meat promotes toxic masculinity
Posted by Fox Politics on Sunday, December 17, 2017
She says that ‘toxic masculinity’ is already there. No, honey. That’s an acknowledgment that men and women are different. Earlier wave feminists understood this, but the new intersectional breed wants to eliminate gender differentiation while advocating for ‘gender diversity’. It’s nonsense. Just like not eating meat.
She calls for universal healthcare for animals.
That is utter horsesh-t.
I wish that Watters had asked professor DeLessio-Parson what she thought of carnivores in the animal kingdom. Should we provide ‘universal healthcare’ for their prey? Do we genetically alther their biology to make them vegans?
Instead, Watters asked the professor why he should be nice to a squirrel. I’m not sure why he asked that — he obviously had this squirrely chick on his show. The nutty prof then talks about ‘nature’. We should all preserve nature.
Like this nature?
Or perhaps this nature?
How do you rip the zebra away from the predators chasing it to treat its wounds?
Maybe we could send Dr. DeLessio-Parson into the field to do some research on that.
Can’t you just see it?
‘Excuse me, Ms. Lion, perhaps you’d like a Kale Smoothie instead of chowing down on the hind end of a zebra. It’ll help smash the patriarchy. Even though it’s the females that are predominantly the hunters of the pride…‘
I’m just joking. DeLessio-Parson would never say that! That would be assuming the gender of the lion instead of asking it which personal pronouns it would like to use.
You do know what the problem with Dr. DeLessio-Parson is, don’t you?
Not enough fat for brain development.
Dr. DeLessio-Parson seems to be suffering from a tragic affliction that plagues those on the left end of the political spectrum and many that study sociology.
We’ve all wondered for a long time, but it looks like medical science has finally determined the problem.
It’s spreading like a plague. For some reason, Liberals are losing their ever-loving minds.
Trump Derangement — and Romney Derangement before that — and Bush Derangement before that are only the tip of the iceberg.
What is driving them so berzerk?
Looks like we’ve found an answer:
A liberal walks into the hospital and asks for an X-ray of its skull. Doctors confirmed what we already feared. Here’s the sad diagnosis…
That’s the ladies’ version. You can get it here.
Don’t worry. There’s one for the guys, too.
You can get the guy’s version here.
And the best part? This shirt is made in the USA, printed in the USA, on an American-Made t-shirt press!
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