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Professor Asks Milo Yiannopoulos How He Would Challenge Students’ ‘Thinking Around Gender’ — Here’s His Response


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During his Thursday appearance at the University of California-Santa Barbara, Milo Yiannopoulos was questioned by a “psychology of gender” professor how he would challenge students’ “thinking around gender” — and he provided a quick answer.

“The assignment I would give them is: Debunk the five most heinous feminist myths,” he said. “The majority of what is taught in gender studies courses and women’s studies sources is awful rot.”

Yiannopoulos said some students would likely be “horrified” by the “mere suggestion of the assignment” because the movement has been conditioned not to question the information.

Yiannopoulos’ exchange with the professor came after the conservative journalist was literally carried into the room on a golden throne as “America, F*** Yeah” blared.

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