The “man haters” club is at it again…This time they’re bribing students with $5k to “fight the patriarchy”…Oy vey! They also claim they want to “break gender stereotypes”…Good luck with that! Gender stereotypes have been around and will remain with us because it is human nature to act female or male. You can’t change human nature as much as the Gender Studies people would like to make us all the same.

The “Gender Pay Gap” is a fake argument that the organization even admits is skewed: The American Association of University Women (AAUW) now attributes the “gender pay gap” primarily to choices women make during their career—such as working less dangerous jobs and taking more time off to watch kids—as opposed to discrimination, which the group acknowledges only accounts for about 7 percent of the pay gap.


The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is offering students $5,000 grants to “fight the patriarchy” and “break gender stereotypes” on their campus.

The Campus Action Project (CAP) grants are intended to help college students end the “women in leadership gap” by hosting “discussion groups” or a “poster series” on “why having gender equality at the top benefits everyone.”

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This is one of many programs the AAUW offers college students. The AAUW also recruits students to campaign against sexist microaggressions, and to join their National Student Advisory Council, which seeks to “promote gender equity.”

“Women are much less likely than men to hold leadership positions in almost every field, and women of color are even less likely than white women to hold those leadership positions,” says Paige Robnett, the College Relations Manager at AAUW.

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“But sex and race discrimination aren’t the only barriers holding women back,” she adds. “Hostile work environments, negative stereotypes about women in leadership, and unconscious or implicit bias also keep women out of the top spots.”


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