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    Feminists Say the Darndest Things: A Politically Incorrect Professor Confronts "Womyn" on Campus (Hardback) By (author) Mike Adams

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    DescriptionWhat happens when a conservative Christian white male professor – with a wicked sense of humor --stands up to his “feminazi” colleagues? The darndest things! Professor Mike Adams at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington was an atheist and a Democrat when he entered academia over a decade ago. And as you can only imagine, he fit right in back then. But ever since he saw the light, the full-time feminists on campus have had Professor Adams in their crosshairs. Their insults, taunts, foul language, intolerance, and public declarations about their sex lives have trailed him from the campus quad to the courtroom. In this series of letters Professor Adams has written to his real-life colleagues, he exposes these real-life incidents to the general public with his trademark barbed wit. You will be praying for more professors like Adams. Professor AdamsÂ' hilariously titled-letters to his feminist colleagues include: * “I Found My Thrill in Front of Anita Hill” * “The Malice Cowboy Cheerleaders” * “The Society for Cutting Up Men” * “Madam Ovary” * “The Feminist Who Stole Christmas”


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  • A man who isn't scared of "womyn"5

    Tyler Avery Adams skillfully and humorously exposes just some of the hypocrisy that is rampant among campus feminists today. Repeatedly he exposes their bitterness and hatred of men which go to lengths that would be unbelievable were it not for Adams first-hand recorded experience. It is a must-read for anyone -- man or "womyn" -- who is interested in surviving their university experience without being oppressed. by Tyler Avery

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