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The White Shoe Girls From The Ivy League, Berkeley and Stanford Who Teach Gender-Feminism
Bernard Pyron

Way back in the sixties of the 20th century the University of Wisconsin was called the "Dust Bowl of Empiricism". because so many graduate students and non-tenured professors generated a great deal of the research papers that appeared in the peer-review journals in many fields of study. Though there were a few professors and grad students at Wisconsin who produced so many research papers in the journals who were of the elite, many of us were not the elite. Many of the University of Wisconsin graduate students who contributed to the research journals could not have gotten into the Ivy League universities of the East or the elite California universities like Berkeley or Stanford. And we could not have afforded to pay the cost of an Ivy League Ph.D., even though it was not nearly as expensive in the sixties as it is today in those elite schools.

In order to get into an elite university graduate school in recent years you had to have graduated with high grades from an elite college which - in recent years - is very expensive to do.  Usually universities give grad students teaching and research assistantships. so that once you are in grad school, the cost of a graduate degree  may not be as high as that of an undergrad degree.

See https://www.wisc.edu/about/mission/

"The University of Wisconsin–Madison is the original University of Wisconsin, created at the same time Wisconsin achieved statehood in 1848. It received Wisconsin’s land grant and became the state’s land-grant university after Congress adopted the Morrill Act in 1862. It continues to be Wisconsin’s comprehensive teaching and research university with a statewide, national and international mission, offering programs at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels in a wide range of fields, while engaging in extensive scholarly research, continuing adult education and public service."


The "Dust Bowl of Empiricism" on the shore of Lake Mendota began as a Land Grant University. "The Morrill Acts funded educational institutions by granting federally controlled land to the states for them to sell, to raise funds, to establish and endow "land-grant" colleges. The mission of these institutions as set forth in the 1862 Act is to focus on the teaching of practical agriculture, science, military science, and engineering (though "without excluding... classical studies") as a response to the industrial revolution and changing social class.This mission was in contrast to the historic practice of higher education to focus on a liberal arts curriculum."

The original "White Shoe Boys" of the elite Ivy League Eastern universities would not have too much to do with the teaching of "practical agriculture."

The LGBT or Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender movement is part of the present day American Left, Transformational Marxism. Socialist or Communist movement. This movement, like the Transformational Marxist movement, is studied and promoted in the Universities of the United States. The LGBT movement is taught in Feminist-Gender studies and is recognized in many universities as being a part of the Left.   Feminist Women with Ph.D.s from one of the elite universities who teach feminist-gender studies are often celebrities at universities.

Although the homosexual and lesbian movements were not clearly a part of the Counterculture of the Sixties and Seventies. at that time in certain universities and in Hippie watering holes, the Counterculture did make it easier for the LGBT movement to arise a little later.

Transformational Marxism from the Frankfurt School, which got a beachhead in our major universities by the early fifties, called for the abolishment of Christianity and of the Family. because this ideology said that both cause Fascism. The LGBT Movement would weaken the family and Christian faith.

The LGBT movement might also lower the birth rate and reduce the population, a goal of the ruling elite.

Weakening Christian faith would also weaken Christian Morality in America, which would open the way for abortion to also reduce the population and help lead us into a moral darkness.

See: https://www.cnn.com/…/lgbt-rights-milestones-fas…/index.html

"April 1952 - The American Psychiatric Association's diagnostic manual lists homosexuality as a sociopathic personality disturbance."

July 1961 - Illinois becomes the first state to decriminalize homosexuality by repealing their sodomy laws.

Illinois is one of the "Blue" or Democratic Party Controlled states which is geographically close to the Heartland which tends to be conservative in political ideology and has a higher birth rate. The American Heartland is Texas and all the states north of Texas, and in political ideology and birth rate Iowa, Idaho and Utah are similar to the states of the Heartland.

September 11, 1961 - The first US-televised documentary about homosexuality airs on a local station in California.

California was to become the state on the West Coast which has the largest population of all 50 states, and is Democratic Party run.

June 28, 1969 - Police raid the Stonewall Inn in New York City. Protests and demonstrations begin, and it later becomes known as the impetus for the gay civil rights movement in the United States

1969 - The "Los Angeles Advocate," founded in 1967, is renamed "The Advocate." It is considered the oldest continuing LGBT publication that began as a newsletter published by the activist group Personal Rights in Defense and Education (PRIDE).

December 15, 1973 - By a vote of 5,854 to 3,810, the American Psychiatric Association removes homosexuality from its list of mental disorders in the DSM-II Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

1974 - Kathy Kozachenko becomes the first openly LGBT American elected to any public office when she wins a seat on the Ann Arbor, Michigan City Council.

1974 - Elaine Noble is the first openly gay candidate elected to a state office when she is elected to the Massachusetts State legislature.

March 2, 1982 - Wisconsin becomes the first state to outlaw discrimination based on sexual orientation.

November 30, 1993 - President Bill Clinton signs a military policy directive that prohibits openly gay and lesbian Americans from serving in the military, but also prohibits the harassment of "closeted" homosexuals. The policy is known as "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."

June 2003 - The US Supreme Court strikes down the "homosexual conduct" law, which decriminalizes same-sex sexual conduct, with their opinion in Lawrence v. Texas. The decision also reverses Bowers v. Hardwick, a 1986 US Supreme Court ruling that upheld Georgia's sodomy law.

May 17, 2004 - The first legal same-sex marriage in the United States takes place in Massachusetts.

September 6, 2005 - The California legislature becomes the first to pass a bill allowing marriage between same-sex couples. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoes the bill.

October 25, 2006 - The New Jersey Supreme Court rules that state lawmakers must provide the rights and benefits of marriage to gay and lesbian couples.

May 15, 2008 - The California Supreme Court rules in re: Marriage Cases that limiting marriage to opposite-sex couples is unconstitutional.

September 20, 2011 - "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is repealed, ending a ban on gay men and lesbians from serving openly in the military.

May 9, 2012 - In an ABC interview, Obama becomes the first sitting US president to publicly support the freedom for LGBT couples to marry.

September 4, 2012 - The Democratic Party becomes the first major US political party in history to publicly support same-sex marriage on a national platform at the Democratic National Convention.

June 24, 2016 - Obama announces the designation of the first national monument to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights.

February 18, 2015.  - Kate Brown is sworn in as governor of Oregon, a day after she was officially elected to the office. Brown becomes the highest-ranking LGBT person elected to office in the United States. Brown took over the governorship in February 2016 (without an election), after Democrat John Kitzhaber resigned amidst a criminal investigation.

On January 26, 2016 Robert LaVoy Finicum was killed on a remote road in Oregon by the FBI and Oregon State Police operating under Governor Kate Brown .

March 23, 2018 - The Trump administration announces a new policy that bans most transgender people from serving in military. After several court battles, the Supreme Court allows the ban to go into effect in January 2019.

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