So, science is now in need of ‘feminist methodologies’?

Your head-exploding idiocy of the Day

Harvard University is offering a course next semester designed to teach students how “feminism” and “gender theory” benefit the practice of science.

Transforming Scientific Knowledge: Science and Feminism” is a four-credit sophomore-level class taught by Professor Heather Shattuck-Heidorn, and is offered through the school’s Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality department.

“How have feminism and gender theory influenced the practice of science? What are feminist methodologies, and how do they shape research agendas in fields such as genetics, human biology, biotechnology, and medicine?” the course description asks, explaining that “We will explore how working scientists use gender analysis to shape research choices, frame hypotheses, and re-imagine the structure of scientific inquiry.”

Good Freaking Grief!

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