The Eugene Lang College is offering a course on “Queer Ecologies“. The course summary is:
“This course will address the interdisciplinary constellation of practices that aim, in different ways, to disrupt prevailing heterosexist discursive and institutional articulations of sexuality and nature, and also to reimagine evolutionary processes, ecological interactions, and environmental politics in light of queer theory. Drawing from traditions as diverse as evolutionary biology, LGBTQ+ movements, feminist science studies, and environmental justice, this course will highlight the complexity of contemporary biopolitics, draw important connections between the material and cultural dimensions of environmental issues, and examine the ways in which sex and nature are understood in light of multiple trajectories of power and matter.”
Ecology, as a science, is about what is, and not about delusions of queer theory. This is about subordination of science (abet a “soft science” vis à vis the physical sciences) to religious notions of queer theory. To wit: Queer theory, as it is with Leftist doctrine in general, is presumed to be correct, and science is allowed so far that it doesn’t contradict that, for it if does, than the science must be considered wrong in some fashion.
Not all species are sexually dimorphic and reproduce through a congress of the two sexes. Many lower species, for example are hermaphroditic. However, most higher animals (and many plants) are indeed sexually dimorphic and reproduce through a congress of some sort of the two sexes, including human beings. Applying “queer theory” and misused understandings of lower life-forms, as well as how some plants utilize other species such as bees as vectors of reproduction, does nothing to change the sheer fact that human beings are sexually dimorphic and reproduce through a congress of the two sexes.
Yet the fools who take this class will most likely consider themselves “educated” after their indoctrination is yet another condemnation of modern academia.
Liet Kynes hardest hit.
Hat Tip: Campus Reform.