a hatred of women
I do not hate women. Please let me make that clear. If I communicated otherwise, I am sorry.
There are some things I do hate:
1) I hate Deans who sacrifice their department's accreditation in order to put adjuncts in their place. (This happened at Lead Posoning CC in California. I can not be any more specific without outing myself.)
2) I hate Principals who force art teachers and other non-qualified individuals to teach Math, only to fire them for incompetence. (I witnessed this first hand.)
3) I hate students who have sex with people in authority. (It happens more often than we want to believe.)
4) I hate authority members who have sex with students.
5) I hate corruption with a passion, even if it is the status quo.
However, I do not hate females. I hate people who engage in #'s 1-5, regardless of their gender. But I do not hate someone solely because they are female.
I also am not out to just accuse students of misconduct just because they give me a hard time. In my post about the Crackhead Soccer Mom, I neglected to point out that the student had bragged about screwing the Dean, which is actually consistent with the other stories I have been hearing about him. In the future, I will be sure to ask myself how I know something. However, I doubt that I will ever have any video footage to back any of my claims.
Do understand that sometimes there just isn't any evidence. I don't see that stopping anyone else from posting. You don't see me jumping out of the bushes when people post allegations of plagiarism, without any basis whatsoever. But then, if people did that, no one would want to post.
I am here for the same reason(s) as everyone else. The job sucks at times, and I cannot afford a therapist.
What set this off? Good question. A female student approached me in tears sobbing, and what I could make out is that she was told by her father that she did not have enough testosterone in her body in order to think abstractly and perform spacial calculations, and hence the poor performance in my class. It made me sick to hear that and it activated all of my subroutines at once (struck a nerve). Granted, the student may be looking for sympathy, but I've heard that conclusion before, mainly from MD's and Psychologists. It should be noted that some of the brightest individuals I have ever met are female.