Another hopeful sign for Andrea XX

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Another hopeful sign for Andrea XX

Grace: Dear God please help me

Earl: I’m Earl what do you need?

Grace: I’ve got to call for help.

Earl: You just did did grace, finally!

Sav­ing Grace in the begin­ning 2007

Sun­day I sug­gested a path for Andrea XX Stacy McCain linked to it post and sug­gested my opti­mism was “a hope per­haps too fond” and quoted this post from Vox Day as evi­dence:

any employer look­ing at those degrees has to knows she is a walk­ing, talk­ing, sex­ual harass­ment and/​or dis­crim­i­na­tion law­suit wait­ing to hap­pen.
In fact, a Gen­der Stud­ies degree actu­ally has neg­a­tive value, given that cre­den­tialed fem­i­nists are con­sid­er­ably more likely to cause dis­rup­tion in the workplace.

As Stacy put it

Out­side of acad­e­mia, non-​profit activism or cer­tain gov­ern­ment jobs, no employer in his right mind would hire some­one whose edu­ca­tional cre­den­tials iden­tify them as an adher­ent of rad­i­cal ide­ol­ogy. Bet­ter to major in Esperanto lit­er­a­ture, really, than to adver­tise your­self as one of the Per­ma­nently Aggrieved.

That may be so, but I say not only is there hope for Andrea XX’s future and redemp­tion I think Stacy him­self pro­vided the evi­dence for that hope in the tweet he linked at the end of his post

Con­sider her cry of frus­tra­tion. She is not in ter­ror that those stu­dent loans will make her unable to fight the intrenched het­eropa­tri­ar­chal forces of ille­git­i­mate Euro-​centric Cul­ture for the lib­er­a­tion of the oppressed sis­ter­hood of the 77 cents on the dol­lar. She is lament­ing they will hold her back from hav­ing a house, hav­ing kids, a fam­ily. He is regret­ting the pos­si­ble loss of all those things that Gen­der & Women’s should have pushed out of her head.

Amanda Mar­cotte would be hor­ri­fied! No won­der she can’t find a job in her major. She still has a grasp on what’s impor­tant in life and years of Gen­der, Woman’s and Social Jus­tice stud­ies hasn’t crushed those basic human desires from her.

If that doesn’t not only give hope but shows this young lady has poten­tial I’d like to know what does?

Grace: Dear God please help me

Earl: I’m Earl what do you need?

Grace: I’ve got to call for help.

Earl: You just did did grace, finally!

Saving Grace in the beginning 2007

Sunday I suggested a path for Andrea XX Stacy McCain linked to it post and suggested my optimism was “a hope perhaps too fond” and quoted this post from Vox Day as evidence:

any employer looking at those degrees has to knows she is a walking, talking, sexual harassment and/or discrimination lawsuit waiting to happen.
In fact, a Gender Studies degree actually has negative value, given that credentialed feminists are considerably more likely to cause disruption in the workplace.

As Stacy put it

Outside of academia, non-profit activism or certain government jobs, no employer in his right mind would hire someone whose educational credentials identify them as an adherent of radical ideology. Better to major in Esperanto literature, really, than to advertise yourself as one of the Permanently Aggrieved.

That may be so, but I say not only is there hope for Andrea XX’s future and redemption I think Stacy himself provided the evidence for that hope in the tweet he linked at the end of his post

 

Consider her cry of frustration. She is not in terror that those student loans will make her unable to fight the intrenched heteropatriarchal forces of illegitimate Euro-centric Culture for the liberation of the oppressed sisterhood of the 77 cents on the dollar. She is lamenting they will hold her back from having a house, having kids, a family. He is regretting the possible loss of all those things that Gender & Women’s should have pushed out of her head.

Amanda Marcotte would be horrified! No wonder she can’t find a job in her major. She still has a grasp on what’s important in life and years of Gender, Woman’s and Social Justice studies hasn’t crushed those basic human desires from her.

If that doesn’t not only give hope but shows this young lady has potential I’d like to know what does?