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Colleges Offer Porn and Anti-White Classes to Students

'Hardcore pornography is as American as apple pie and more popular than Sunday night football...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) American colleges and universities continue to indoctrinate students by offering classes in 2022 about hardcore pornography and how all white people are horrible.

Some of these courses, though, sparked a national backlash, forcing leftist indoctrination centers to reconsider their desire to brainwash the youth, at least for a while, according to the Daily Caller.

One of those indoctrination centers — the University of Chicago — was forced to postpone its anti-white course, “The Problem Of Whiteness,” because people became outraged after they heard about the course on the news this fall.

“This seminar examines the problem of whiteness through an anthropological lens, drawing from classic and contemporary works of critical race theory,” the course description states.

“Attending to the ways in which various forms of social positioning and historical phenomena intersect in the formation of racial hierarchy, we will approach whiteness as a ‘pigment of the imagination’ with worldmaking (and razing) effects.”

The University of Kansas went even further than that — the institution offered an anti-white men course called Angry White Male Studies.

“It’s sometimes said that white men are the angriest of all, that they feel aggrieved and unable to adjust to changing realities of gender and race for fear of losing their privilege,” according to the course description.

“Like it or not, ‘the angry white male’ is a prominent figure in our cultural imagination and, as such, a phenomenon worthy of study.”

The university also warned that the course is not for students who “can’t deal with that,” also known as students who don’t want to get indoctrinated.

Instead of blaming whites, men or both, Westminster College decided to offer its students something else — a course that is called “Porn.”

“[The course invited students to] watch pornographic films together and discuss the sexualization of race, class and gender and as an experimental, radical art form,” the course description says.

“Hardcore pornography is as American as apple pie and more popular than Sunday night football.”

“Our approach to this billion-dollar industry is as both a cultural phenomenon that reflects and reinforces sexual inequalities (but holds the potential to challenge sexual and gender norms) and as an art form that requires serious contemplation,” the course description added.

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