Nonetheless, Lawrence Summers, president of Harvard University, dared to utter a fact: that men and women are different. Various women (scientists, I learn) nearly puked, walked out in outrage during his speech.
I, got the giggles. First off, Lawrence Summer is right; men and women ARE different. But for some "scientific" females to react as they did to his assertion says to me two things: 1. Proves Mr. Summer's assertion, and 2. These women are obviously not very scientific, if, they must react so "emotively" to such an assertion. Can you imagine if some very deadly virus was given a female "name"? eeeUUUWWW -- the outrage in the female scientific community! How dare a killer virus be given a "female" name -- everyone knows -- ONLY MEN KILL. blah de blah de blah.
I feel like chuckling again, here's the quote:
This was too much reality for professors
in the audience to handle. "I would've either blacked
out or thrown up," said Nancy Hopkins, a biologist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who stood up
and left Summers' speech, reports the Boston Globe.
"It is so upsetting that all these brilliant young
women (at Harvard) are being led by a man who views
them this way," she added.
I'm chuckling and because these reactions by these females is repulsive to me. These "people" are all at an "academe" -- which in ancient Greece means: "a place where philosophers would gather to argue for days on end as to what the Truth was".
Argue. Got that? Not go into a near swoon at the mere uttering of a thought.
Bring on de Trump -- FIRE THESE EMOTIVE PINHEADS! DO NOT LET THEM PASS ON THEIR FEMALE SOCIAL VIRUS TO STUDENTS! QUICK!