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June 11, 2020

Patriarchy in Academia perpetuated via degrees like M.B.A & B.A

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Those familiar with academia know how rife it is with misogyny, sexism and rape culture.

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So it should be no surprise that the patriarchy is so engrained in these institutions that even the names of our “honored” degrees are entrenched in a male dominated lexicon.

How can a womyn feel safe or proud of her degree when it has words like “Master” – a racist and sexist term – and “Bachelor” in her title!?

In this age of brave and courageous womyn coming forward for sexual harassment and rape allegations with the most important hashtag of all time #metoo how can we tolerate the rape womyn must live with everyday in their lives every time they apply for a job or look at their degree on the wall?

We need gender neutral or pro-feminine pronouns to encourage more womyn to feel proud of their degrees.

Several young college age womyn I spoke to said they were afraid to attend universities or even apply to them because of the archaic and demeaning degree they would end up with.

This is a systematic segregation and discrimination against womyn to keep us down and out of the work force. Well, I for one am not going to take it any more!

Speak your concern with the hashtag #notmydegree

 

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