A recent report revealed that a professor at Michigan State University has been requiring students in her Marketing Communications course to buy a year-long subscription to her personal website called “Patriarchy Rebellion Community.”

Amy Wisner

Listed under “course requirements” on the syllabus of leftist professor Amy Wisner’s marketing class is “The Rebellion Community membership” which costs $99.

With over 600 students enrolled in her course each semester, Wisner has likely earned tens of thousands of dollars from her students.

The terms on her website state that, unless students remember to cancel their membership, they will be charged $99 annually for a membership that is non-refundable.

Wisner forced her students to purchase this expensive membership and claimed that “100% of membership fees are donated to Planned Parenthood.” She described the website to her students as a “virtual community” that “exists far, far away from the internet bullies and trolls.”

In a now-deleted Facebook post from June, Wisner wrote, “The Rebellion community is a safe place to coordinate our efforts to burn everything to the f***ing ground.”

Although Wisner claimed on her Facebook that 100% of the membership fees go to Planned Parenthood, she told one of her classes that the revenue is used to bring guest speakers into her class.

On a GoFundMe page, Wisner states that the funds are being used to purchase a “Rebellion RV.”

On her website, she claims that “100% of membership fees are used for awareness, education, and activism for a BULLY-FREE FUTURE.”

It is currently unclear where Wisner is actually allocating her massive earnings from the website.

Zachary Friedman, one of Wisner’s students and a member of MSU Young Americans for Freedom disagrees with supporting any of Wisner’s alleged causes, saying, “I would like my money to go toward my education – not toward a party bus for the professor, her activism, or to an organization I do not personally support.”

On February 8, after some of Wisner’s students filed complaints against her, her students were notified by the university that she will be “temporarily unavailable for class.”

Dan Olsen, a spokesman for the university said, “This matter is currently under review by the college. To protect the integrity of the review, I am unable to share additional information at this time.”


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