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It's official: "Girls night out" isn't sexist.

by Jerry Bader

Of course, some of the female philosophy faculty at Marquette University disagree with that "official" stance. A group of female faculty were going out an a male faculty member refers to it as "a girl's night out." A female faculty member complains and this guy initially gets a letter accusing him of sexual harassment placed in his personnel file. Because no claim of harassment had been made, there was no university allowed process for this action, so it was undone.

The professor also got the university to pay his legal bills, and yet, according to the Marquette Warrior, female faculty continue to spread the rumor he was punished for sexual harassment. This is exactly why the feminist movement has no credibility. Some women face actual harassment (most often by elected democrats). Turning nonsense like this into harassment is an insult to every woman who has ever been truly harassed.

Closing thought; how many times have you heard women refer to such an outing as "a girls night out???"

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