January 23, 2006, - 9:36 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Hmmm . . . . Need more reasons to convince America’s left-leaning daughters and effeminate sons not to major in the so-called major, “Women’s Studies”? And sociology and anthropology, too? (If the college kids you know are neither left-leaning nor males effeminate, then this is not aimed at you.)
Take Brandy M. Britton, who earned her doctorate at the University of California, San Francisco, and was a professor at the University of Maryland-Baltimore–where she taught women’s studies.
She founded the Institute for Women and Girls Health Research out of her home. Also, out of her home, she worked as a prostitute. Cost: Up to $2,500. Services and rates were posted online.
Another lesson that would make PUTA (People for the Unethical Treatment of Animals and humans) proud: Be kind to animals. Britton was caught after multiple complaints about her animals–two pet pigs.
In her women’s studies pursuits, Britton–known as an expert on violence against women–won a $515,232 grant from the National Institutes of Health on the “Impact of Violence on Women’s Drug Use and HIV Risk.” But she falsified data on the project.
Maybe they should change the name of the major from “women’s studies” to “women’s prostitution, taxpayer rip-offs, and phony studies.”
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