Feminist professor says that she felt “raped” by male student’s essay about men’s rights

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A female professor that views herself as a feminist, published an anonymous essay in Inside Higher Ed, that came from one of her male students that apparently had taken the professor’s gender course – an essay about men’s rights.

The professor writes in the article, that she felt “raped” when she read the male stundet’s essay, according to The College Fix.

She described his paper as citing questionable and unreliable men’s rights sources, and presenting an argument that used an example of a woman raping a man and to point out that feminism is meaningless, and that women complain too much about gender inequality:

As I went over his paper, I realized that I was reading a paper that sounded word for word like something the man who raped me would say. And not only did this sound like something my rapist would say, this student fit the same demographic profile as him: white, college male, between the ages of 18 and 22.

… I was furious at the fact that, as an instructor, I was expected to take his paper seriously, and scared of what he might do if he did not like his grade. Although I knew it was unlikely that this student would literally try to rape me, his words felt so familiar that I began having trouble distinguishing him from the man that did. Their words were so frighteningly similar that the rational-instructor side of my brain could not overpower the trauma-survivor side.

… “Zero! You get a fucking zero!” I literally screamed at my computer screen..