I also would tell this lady to go screw herself. Good Freaking Grief
Maybe it is best such idiots do not reproduce?
More than 60 faculty members at Johns Hopkins University have signed an open letter denouncing a bill that would form a campus police department.
Maryland SB 0739 / HB 1094, entitled the Community Safety and Strengthening Act, would “authoriz[e] the Johns Hopkins University to establish a police department,” The Baltimore Sunreported. Hearings are scheduled in the state House and Senate on Friday.
Signatories of the open letter claim that a “private police force” on campus would be “undemocratic” and would give the university the appearance of an “antagonistic relation with nonwhite and economically precarious Baltimore City.”
The JHU faculty members also claim that campus police would “[subscribe] in its enforcement policies to the logic of racial profiling,” and that they would “decrease public safety, endanger our own students, and increase risk” by “introduc[ing] dangerous firearms.”
“Once in place,” the letter continues, “police administrations will inevitably amplify the climate of fear and justify their roles by citing stops, arrests, and detainments.”
“Black and brown students and Baltimoreans are already disproportionately targeted,” they conclude, quoting a statement from JHU’s Students Against Private Police group. “Private police on campus are likely to exacerbate racial profiling, with even more dangerous and potentially fatal consequences.”
Wonder what color the sky is in their twisted universe?
A Minnesota professor suggested in a series of tweets that the Virgin Mary did not consent to the conception of Jesus Christ and suggested that God may have acted in a “predatory” manner.
Minnesota State University, Mankato psychology professor and sex therapist Dr. Eric Sprankle critiqued the story of the Virgin Mary in a tweet Monday, suggesting that the Virgin Mary did not consent to being impregnated by God.
“The virgin birth story is about an all-knowing, all-powerful deity impregnating a human teen. There is no definition of consent that would include that scenario. Happy Holidays,” Sprankle said.
Another Twitter user called the professor’s claim into question, noting that the Bible states that the Virgin Mary did, indeed, agree to God’s plan for her.
“The biblical god regularly punished disobedience,” Sprankle rebutted. “The power difference (deity vs mortal) and the potential for violence for saying ‘no’ negates her ‘yes.’ To put someone in this position is an unethical abuse of power at best and grossly predatory at worst.”