Teresa Shook, one of a handful of women who took to social media following the election of President Donald Trump to organize the January 21, 2017 Women’s March, is calling on the other co-founders to step down from leadership unless they are willing to denounce anti-Semitism.
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar has ignited controversy after posting old photos of herself on Instagram Monday, captioning the photos by saying that they are a reminder “not to overeat” on Thanksgiving.
Breitbart News recently sat down with Housing and Urban Development Secreatary Ben Carson to talk about the gains made at the agency.
Leeds Trinity University in the United Kingdom has told its lecturers to avoid using capital letters in their classroom handouts because they upset students, and can “scare students into failure.”
Two professors are arguing that “calls for civility” are unfair, because they are really just ploys to “silence” and stop professors from “interrogating oppression.”
Vulnerable and autistic pupils are being ‘groomed’ into believing they are transgender, a whistleblower education veteran has said, revealing that 17 children at just the one school are currently in the process of ‘transitioning’.
A major Australian wedding magazine has been forced to close after a campaign by violence-threatening activists against the Christian-run publication over its failure to feature same-sex couples.
Actress Eva Longoria claims, without offering specifics, that she is “attacked daily” as a Latino woman by the Trump administration.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake is blaming “toxic masculinity” for a variety of social issues.
Only about one-in-seven people in the United Kingdom accept the transgender ideology’s demand that each person’s sex is not determined by their biology, but by their feeling of “gender identity,” according to a new survey.
The University of Washington has decided to offer ‘intersectional diversity training’ after students became offended after learning of a professor’s editorial stating that men and women are different.
The Harvard Asian Discrimination trial, which concluded recently, will hear a new series of arguments in early 2019.
A new study conducted in the United Kingdom revealed that young people are less likely to complain about a rude waiter or cold meal.
A group of Dartmouth students has filed a lawsuit that accuses three male professors of sexual harassment.
To celebrate “Trans Awareness Week,” abortion giant Planned Parenthood has released seven linguistic tips to help gender-sensitive individuals use terms that will not offend members of the LGBTQ “community.”
The overhaul of Obama-era Title IX campus sex assault policies is expected to provide due process to those accused of sexual misconduct, including the ability to cross-examine their accusers.
North Carolina State University announced this week that it will be adding a Ph.D. program specializing in Social Justice Education.
Eastern Michigan U Cancels ‘Vagina Monologues’ Because It Isn’t Inclusive
Comedian David Deeble says that progressive politics is replacing comedy on college campuses.
Hasbro, the toy and game company, recently launched a new edition of board game Monopoly which is targeted at millennials. The company’s target audience of young people does not seem to be reacting to Monopoly for Millennials as intended.
Leftist students at the University of Texas at Austin attempted to shut down a conservative student group’s event on Tuesday, labeling their conservative classmates “enemies.”
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has approved a new pastoral letter on racism in response to what they call a “deterioration of the public discourse” and a rise in racially motivated violence.
Students at George Washington University are arguing that it is a “microinvalidation” to criticize the school’s campus ride service.
Harvard University is spending approximately $120,000 per year on a fine dining program for faculty and students. The program has reportedly spent $300,000 already at restaurants near the campus.
Public school students in Washington D.C. are now allowed to identify as “non-binary” instead of male or female, according to a report.
The Student Body Vice President at Emporia State University is being threatened with impeachment after refusing to resign for posting the words “illegal aliens” on Facebook.
Country singer Miranda Lambert said in a new interview that she needed “someone with a penis” to get a number one song.
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith admitted on Monday she holds prejudice against white women with blonde hair, claiming that they bullied her throughout her childhood because of her appearance.
Former Harvard Medical School Dean Jeffrey Flier argued this week that mandatory diversity statements for faculty are a violation of academic freedom.
Several academics are planning to launch the Journal of Controversial Ideas to combat censorship in academia.
University of Idaho professor Robin Johnson argues that male gamers promote “technomasculinity” in a recent academic journal article.
Fordham University’s Political Science department announced on Thursday that it had voted unanimously to adopt a new policy regarding students’ preferred names and gender pronouns. The policy mandates that professors must use a student’s “preferred” name and pronouns.