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In the current year, it's apparently permissible to ban a student from a class on Christianity for expressing inconvenient truths to a feminist professor.
Lake Ingle, a religious studies major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, was kicked out of Professor Alison Downie's Christianity class on February 28 for telling her that "biologists don't agree that there's more than two genders" and that the supposedly sexism-caused 23-cent "gender wage gap" is a myth.
According to a report from Fox News, Ingle was "silenced and punished" by Professor Downie after the senior pushed back on arguments made in a 15-min TED Talk she showed to the class. The TED Talk speaker was a transgender ex-pastor named Paula Stone Williams who discussed "the 'reality' of 'mansplaining,' 'sexism from men,' and 'male privilege.'"
Downie first asked only the women in the class to share their thoughts on the subject matter. When no women spoke up, Ingle says he challenged the notion that there are more than two genders and explained that even The New York Times has debunked the myth stating the "gender wage gap" is caused by sexism.
This did not sit well with the feminist professor. She booted Ingle from her class for his WrongThink and "referred him to the public university’s Academic Integrity Board (AIB)," reports Fox.