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The rapidly growing field of Becky/ Karen Studies has a new milestone book: Surviving Becky(s): Pedagogies for Deconstructing Whiteness and Gender, a $95 anthology edited by Professor Cheryl E. Matias of the University of Colorado, Denver School of Education:

Dr. Cheryl E. Matias is an Associate Professor in the School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) at the University of Colorado Denver. She earned her doctorate at UCLA with an emphasis in race and ethnic studies in education. She is the author of book Feeling White and delivers national talks and workshops on whiteness, racial justice, and diversity. She is a motherscholar of three, including boy-girl twins, an avid Lakers fan, and Bachata ballroom dancer.

The superfluous punctuation in “Becky(s)” shows it’s genuinely academic. I bet it also includes the verb “interrogate.”

Now, all that scholarship needs is a magisterial deconstructionist work with the title:

Becky(s) or Karen(s): Who(m) Do We Hate the Most?

Professor Matias asked for submissions to be written “fan fiction style” and got an enthusiastic response. Here’s her Facebook call for chapters:

Call for Chapters

Surviving Becky(s): Pedagogies of whiteness and Gender
Edited by Cheryl E. Matias, Ph.D., University of Colorado Denver

Abstracts due 7/1/18

BECKYISM & WHITENESS
The term “Becky” is gaining popular parlance both in the informal critiques of the academy, specifically in the field of education, which is replete with white females, (see Matias & Nishi, 2017) and in the general public (see “5 Types of Beckys” …

But who embodies the Becky? Are all white women Beckys? Although there have been social, literary, and historical ruminations of the characterization of white women as Miss Ann, the modern characterization of Becky is different and has no academic literature that explores 1) what is the characterization of Becky, 2) why such characterization is relevant to education, and 3) how that characterization impacts the hope for diversity, racial justice, and equity in the P-20 pipeline. Plainly, to date there exists no literature that formally explores the theoretical and practical implications of the Becky.

… Finally, Godfrey (2003) further interrogates the oft association of innocent and sweetness to white women in her critical historical analysis of the “sweet little white girls” who vehemently reacted to the Little Rock Nine in 1957 post Brown v. Board of Education. In her analysis she shows how the characterization of “sweet little white girls” left the vitriol, violence, and aggressive behaviors of white women during that time intact and uncovered. Clearly, the study of white women is nothing new yet the particularities of the modern conceptualization of Becky are in order.

THE PROPOSED BOOK
As such, the proposed edited book is the first to survey the increasing phenomenon of Beckyism. That is, since there is much confusion on who embodies the Becky this proposed book will identify the following: who embodies the Becky, why is such an embodiment a relevant phenomenon to explore, and how can utilizing this characterization help scholars, educators, students, and staff who are committed to diversity and inclusion understand how might racial and gender dynamics impact students, faculty, and staff of color working in predominantly white institutions (e.g., schools, universities, etc.). However, because revealing racial and gender microaggressions are, at times, retaliatory, the book encourages contributors to write their experiences with Beckys in fan fiction style. Fan fiction, as Preston (2013) suggests, are “those types of narrative writing that take existing fictional setting as the basis for further speculative fiction” (p. 9). Meaning, each chapter will have no citations and be written in a 3,000 to 4,000-word creative or literary short story form with a setting, character(s), possible dialogue, and plot. Per Critical Race Theory’s methodology of counterstorytelling as a way to counter majoritarian stories (Solorzano & Yosso, 2001) and parables to illustrate the dynamics of race in fictional ways (see Bell, 1992) these stories not only can be based upon actual lived experiences with Beckys or a composite of Beckys, but can be seen as nonthreatening ways to illuminate how the characterizations of Beckys impact folks of color or other racially just individuals. …

QUALIFICATIONS
Having explored and opened the field of the emotionality of whiteness in my first book, Feeling White, earning several distinct recognitions for my work in whiteness, and knowing the immediate negative reactions to whiteness studies particularly from whites, I opt to engage in a different format to further understandings of whiteness and its dynamics; particularly, Critical Race Theory’s storytelling and parables. The purpose here is not to vilify all white women. Instead, the goal is to highlight how behaviors, attitudes, emotions, rhetoric, and epistemological stances can, at times, mimic Beckys who, beyond their intention to do good and be liberal, engage in ways that ultimately exert whiteness. These exertions in turn are traumatic, passive aggressive, violent, or simply counterintuitive to the goals of racial justice, antiracism, or educational equity for folks of color.

Becky(s) are standing in the way of the True Master Race, who, judging by the various pictures of Professor Matias online, are (I’m guessing) Flirty Filipinas.

 
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  1. They can apply all the trappings of scholarship to their sub-Marxist meanderings, but in the end it is all nothing but envy.

    • Replies: @Neuday
    @Richard of Melbourne


    They can apply all the trappings of scholarship to their sub-Marxist meanderings, but in the end it is all nothing but envy.
     
    We're at that phase of the long march where all you see are POC's in the skinsuits of the institutions prancing around, demanding respect, while the Chosen play the tune, smirking at us, daring us to do something about it.
  2. The only thing this shows:

    A. Other women are resentful of their notably lower appeal to the men they want compared with Becky. Especially Shaniqua.

    B. There are no Model Minorities. Yellows too hate/resent Whitey. They just have the foresight to not chimpout and get shot but instead infiltrate Whitey’s country, get access to his edication, and mail his tech back to the motherland.

    • Agree: West Reanimator, Andy, kikz
    • Replies: @Jake
    @Aldon

    Have you ever heard of racial East Asians and half East Asians in Russia acting like this? At any point in history?

    The problem is not one of East Asian (or India-Indians) being naturally white-hating peoples; the problem is that all groups learn from the Elites where they live to act as those Elites prefer.

    The Caucasian Elites of the Anglo-Zionist Empire reward people for hating Whitey, because Whitey is middle America, is not part of the WASP Elite, and is not Jewish.

    , @Thea
    @Aldon

    Mostly East Asians don’t, of their own accord, hate whites. They simply understand the need to follow the current rules of the struggle session quite well.

    South Asians are different. It’s all based on envy and feeling inferior. The Japanese for example do not feel inferior to us at all. Their refusal to apologize for WWII events of their ancestors is admirable.

  3. The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad’s attention.

    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
    @Aldon

    “...The Yellow...”

    Come on, let’s give her a name. I suggest “Eunice”.

    , @Anonymous
    @Aldon


    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad’s attention.
     
    You must live in Butte or Boise. The Yellow is not only getting Chad’s attention but asking her to marry him. The Yellow is the most sought after by Chad. For obvious reasons.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @Federalist, @Aldon

    , @Father O'Hara
    @Aldon

    I dont know. Her bio says she was,in her younger days,a single mother of two. D'uh oh.
    She also describes herself as a fan of hip hop and the Lakers.
    But then she wrote a piece called,"Why Do You Make Me Hate Myself?"
    We may one day hear of her on the news...shots fired...

    Replies: @Aldon

  4. I can’t help noticing one of the authors is named “Rebecca”

    • LOL: Hypnotoad666
    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Dennis Dale

    Items frequently bought together:

    https://www.amazon.com/Woke-Guide-Social-Justice/dp/B07ZQMYM2C/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1QUUKJXBH8M9B&keywords=titania+mcgrath&qid=1582136234&sprefix=Titania+%2Caps%2C208&sr=8-1

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  5. Someone called “shely ‘xhey’ dawkins-law evans-el” write “Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation” should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws. That’s a walking Jeffrey Dahmer.

    I can’t imagine that people buy such a book and eagerly study its content (probably marking selected passages with crayon) instead of doing intellectually stimulating activities like playing Super Mario Brothers.

    OTOH, it’s a good preparation if at any time you find yourself in charge of a hut row in a Becky concentration camp.

    • Replies: @LemmusLemmus
    @El Dato

    "Someone called “shely ‘xhey’ dawkins-law evans-el” write “Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation” should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws."

    Lindsay, Pluckrose and Boghossian are at it again.

    , @Anon
    @El Dato

    It’s going to be a required college textbook. College textbooks are incredible scams. This one is incredibly cheap at $95.

    , @Alan Mercer
    @El Dato

    AKA shely eden dawkins-law evans-el.

    (pdf) https://lib.dr.iastate.edu › cgiPDF
    Feminist Epistemology - Iowa State University Digital Repository


    "shelby eden dawkins-law evans-el is a PhD student in the Higher Education Management program at the University of Pittsburgh. They are a co-principal investigator of two grants, Building Bridges: Promoting Equity & Justice by Empowering Multiply-Minoritized
    Graduate Students in Education and Students Pursuing (Invisible) Disability Justice through Intervention, Investigation and Innovation."

    In short, confirmed Dahmer alert.

    , @bomag
    @El Dato


    [good preparation for a camp]
     
    Indeed.

    ...Beckys who, beyond their intention to do good and be liberal, engage in ways that ultimately exert whiteness.
     
    ...and then they came for the good and liberal, but no one was left to do anything
    , @Muggles
    @El Dato

    I think a book like this only sells copies to libraries run by lesbians who select the books and to students who are forced to buy them for the Feminist Studies classes they take. Usually a couple of thousand at most.

    This pseudo academic stuff mostly ends up in landfills after a year or two, until Ms. Professor needs to force her "revised Second Edition" onto captive students.

  6. If this helps drive White women out of the “coalition of the fringes” then I celebrate it. Anything that gives AWFULs a hard time is fine by me.

    • Agree: vhrm
    • Replies: @Vince Dennis
    @Cagey Beast

    In your dreams.

    Unlike white males white women want to do better and will happily be good allies

    Follow Justin Moss and the vlogbrothers

  7. It’s “Flirty Filipinas”.

  8. OMG, it’s a cook textbook!

  9. White women were privileged. So were White men. That was the point of the country. The Preamble to the Constitution says “for ourselves and our posterity“. If you don’t have much privilege anymore, you were cheated.

    Only a sociopath wouldn’t want good things for his people.

    • Agree: Rosie, kikz, MrLiberty
    • Replies: @Andy
    @RichardTaylor

    White people's "privilege" (if you mean by that a higher standard of living, more interesting lives, a bigger curiosity about the world) is not unearned, it comes from having worked hard in the past five centuries to develop the economy and unlock the secrets of science in the past five centuries and turned this into technology and a higher standard of living. The Philippines (where this lady comes from) would be still covered in jungle if it has never been "discovered" by Westerners

    , @Sol
    @RichardTaylor

    "Hello fellow white people..."

  10. 95 dollars?!!

    Yeah, it’s definitely a textbook. It wouldn’t sell otherwise, except to the authors’ Moms and Dads. This book will get sales due to mandatory purchases for classes in other Departments of Education around the country. And, NO, you CANNOT get a used copy, because you need the passcode that comes with the book to log into the website, which has material required to pass the class, and said code expires at the end of the semester. Don’t even try it, punk!

    Peak Stupidity reported on The Great University Textbook Scam a few years ago, with the 2nd part of it being the self-publishing of textbooks on white copier paper by Professors who require them and make 500% profits.

    • Agree: Autochthon
    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Achmed E. Newman

    https://i.imgur.com/wEmFqCK.jpg

    , @El Dato
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Of course, nowadays, ve haf ... ways ... of sourcing the material, Herr Achmed!

    Ah. Students. Even back when textbooks were just 20 a pop, they still copied the books. Long queues at the copy machines. But you had to pay for the copies. Using a card. With a magnetic stripe. With a magnetic stripe. A magnetic stripe ... which was copied .... which was copied off a card for teaching assistants ... allowing 1000 copies ...

    Ach ja!

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @Forbes
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I'm pretty sure even the dumbest students will access "the passcode that comes with the book to log into the website" by the sharing (or paying for the share) that goes on on college campuses.

    Replies: @Autochthon

  11. Well we’ve found a couple more people who need reeducation!

  12. i live in an area with many Filipinos and Chinese-Americans. For the most part they’re only casually anti-white (not of the “the whites are oppressing us” sort but of the “white people are dumb, they actually pay taxes! ” sort which, honestly i think is where all immigrants start except maybe the Germans).

    The dumber/rougher ones really adopt a thuggish ghetto affect.

    But like many Californians the smarter ones go to UC and California State colleges and here a racial grievance class is mandatory for graduation even for undergrads.
    Most of them are resistant and go on to be accountants and nurses and stuff but some, apparently like our proud “Pinay motherscholar” here fall for it…

    From her C.V.

    UCLA
    Ph.D. 06/2010 Education
    Program Social Science and Comparative Education
    Specialization in Race & Ethnic Studies

    California State University Long Beach M.A. 05/2005 Education
    Specialization in Social & Multicultural Foundations

    UCSD B. A. 06/2000 Cultural Communications
    Minors in Writing & Biology

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    @vhrm

    She is a jungle Asian; she probably could not have hacked any of the professions you mention except nursing, and, while quite lucrative by any reasonable standard, that does not afford the riches and social status egomaniacs like her require.

  13. @El Dato
    Someone called "shely 'xhey' dawkins-law evans-el" write "Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation" should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws. That's a walking Jeffrey Dahmer.

    I can't imagine that people buy such a book and eagerly study its content (probably marking selected passages with crayon) instead of doing intellectually stimulating activities like playing Super Mario Brothers.

    OTOH, it's a good preparation if at any time you find yourself in charge of a hut row in a Becky concentration camp.

    Replies: @LemmusLemmus, @Anon, @Alan Mercer, @bomag, @Muggles

    “Someone called “shely ‘xhey’ dawkins-law evans-el” write “Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation” should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws.”

    Lindsay, Pluckrose and Boghossian are at it again.

  14. @El Dato
    Someone called "shely 'xhey' dawkins-law evans-el" write "Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation" should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws. That's a walking Jeffrey Dahmer.

    I can't imagine that people buy such a book and eagerly study its content (probably marking selected passages with crayon) instead of doing intellectually stimulating activities like playing Super Mario Brothers.

    OTOH, it's a good preparation if at any time you find yourself in charge of a hut row in a Becky concentration camp.

    Replies: @LemmusLemmus, @Anon, @Alan Mercer, @bomag, @Muggles

    It’s going to be a required college textbook. College textbooks are incredible scams. This one is incredibly cheap at $95.

  15. @Aldon
    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad's attention.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin, @Anonymous, @Father O'Hara

    “…The Yellow…”

    Come on, let’s give her a name. I suggest “Eunice”.

  16. From the picture, I’d say she is Eur-Asian. She is far, far too attractive to be doing really stupid stuff like this. Is it that she is desperate to get shed of her half white ties so she can rise in this insane world? Is she getting oinked by a black man?

  17. Does she just talk in circles like that for the whole book? Or can I just skip to the last page and find out what is “whiteness,” and who is Becky, anyway?

  18. I eagerly await *Surviving Shlomo*

    • Replies: @Hemid
    @Gilbert Ratchet

    Surviving Becca, surely.

    Back when the insult was invented, only Christian Rebeccas were "Becky," and "Becky" meant shiksa (which originally meant abomination).

    Still does.

  19. @Aldon
    The only thing this shows:

    A. Other women are resentful of their notably lower appeal to the men they want compared with Becky. Especially Shaniqua.

    B. There are no Model Minorities. Yellows too hate/resent Whitey. They just have the foresight to not chimpout and get shot but instead infiltrate Whitey's country, get access to his edication, and mail his tech back to the motherland.

    Replies: @Jake, @Thea

    Have you ever heard of racial East Asians and half East Asians in Russia acting like this? At any point in history?

    The problem is not one of East Asian (or India-Indians) being naturally white-hating peoples; the problem is that all groups learn from the Elites where they live to act as those Elites prefer.

    The Caucasian Elites of the Anglo-Zionist Empire reward people for hating Whitey, because Whitey is middle America, is not part of the WASP Elite, and is not Jewish.

  20. Is the sequel titled “Surviving Sha’Rhonda?”

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @Dan Smith

    Surely it's "Surviving La'Trina"...

  21. @Cagey Beast
    If this helps drive White women out of the "coalition of the fringes" then I celebrate it. Anything that gives AWFULs a hard time is fine by me.

    Replies: @Vince Dennis

    In your dreams.

    Unlike white males white women want to do better and will happily be good allies

    Follow Justin Moss and the vlogbrothers

  22. How about Surviving Devonte(s)? You are much less likely to survive an encounter with a black man than an encounter with a white woman.

  23. Did no one edit Dr. Matias’s “Call for Chapters”? Let’s pick out of few errors to be corrected or explained…

    “the P-20 pipeline”: Is this like the school-to-prison pipeline? Does it extend from Preschool to a postgraduate career extending for 20 years?

    “Godfrey (2003) further interrogates the oft association of innocent and sweetness to white women”: Is “oft” an adverb (short for “often”), or a adjective meaning “frequent”? Is “innocent” a noun, or an adjective. (But extra points for using the transitive verb “interrogate”!)

    “folks of color or other racially just individuals”: What is a racially just individual? Are all “folks of color” racially just?

    “I opt to engage in a different format to further understandings of whiteness and its dynamics; particularly, Critical Race Theory’s storytelling and parables.”: semicolon abuse

    “how might racial and gender dynamics impact students, faculty, and staff of color working in predominantly white institutions (e.g., schools, universities, etc.)”: strange word order; should be “how racial and gender dynamics might impact students…”

    Should the transitive verb “impact” occur three time in this short passage? Would “affect” be less impactful?

  24. Surviving Becky(s)

    Step One: Fork over $95.00.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @black sea

    Right?

    This is like those options trading experts that make more from selling courses than actual trading.

    Replies: @Forbes

  25. Anonymous[252] • Disclaimer says:

    White women on average seem to prefer blacks or at the very least have no racial preference. The only thing that stops mixed race relationships from being the norm is that blacks for the moment are a relatively small minority in all white countries, but the future doesn’t look good for the white race if things continue as they are.

    • Replies: @Federalist
    @Anonymous


    White women on average seem to prefer blacks or at the very least have no racial preference.
     
    Are you blind or is it some other difficulty with observable reality?

    Replies: @Jim Christian, @Alden

    , @Anon
    @Anonymous

    White men are the biggest race traitors in that the most common inter racial marriage is White man Asian women. Black man White women marriages are very rare.

    Black man White women is the most popular form of porn among White men. It’s obvious your erroneous opinion that White women prefer black men comes from your watching black man White women porn.

    Get out more.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

  26. @El Dato
    Someone called "shely 'xhey' dawkins-law evans-el" write "Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation" should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws. That's a walking Jeffrey Dahmer.

    I can't imagine that people buy such a book and eagerly study its content (probably marking selected passages with crayon) instead of doing intellectually stimulating activities like playing Super Mario Brothers.

    OTOH, it's a good preparation if at any time you find yourself in charge of a hut row in a Becky concentration camp.

    Replies: @LemmusLemmus, @Anon, @Alan Mercer, @bomag, @Muggles

    AKA shely eden dawkins-law evans-el.

    (pdf) https://lib.dr.iastate.edu › cgiPDF
    Feminist Epistemology – Iowa State University Digital Repository

    “shelby eden dawkins-law evans-el is a PhD student in the Higher Education Management program at the University of Pittsburgh. They are a co-principal investigator of two grants, Building Bridges: Promoting Equity & Justice by Empowering Multiply-Minoritized
    Graduate Students in Education and Students Pursuing (Invisible) Disability Justice through Intervention, Investigation and Innovation.”

    In short, confirmed Dahmer alert.

  27. @RichardTaylor
    White women were privileged. So were White men. That was the point of the country. The Preamble to the Constitution says "for ourselves and our posterity". If you don't have much privilege anymore, you were cheated.

    Only a sociopath wouldn't want good things for his people.

    Replies: @Andy, @Sol

    White people’s “privilege” (if you mean by that a higher standard of living, more interesting lives, a bigger curiosity about the world) is not unearned, it comes from having worked hard in the past five centuries to develop the economy and unlock the secrets of science in the past five centuries and turned this into technology and a higher standard of living. The Philippines (where this lady comes from) would be still covered in jungle if it has never been “discovered” by Westerners

    • Agree: Federalist
  28. @black sea
    Surviving Becky(s)

    Step One: Fork over $95.00.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Right?

    This is like those options trading experts that make more from selling courses than actual trading.

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    Explains why Jim Cramer is on cable TeeVee, rather than managing bucket loads of capital...

  29. @Aldon
    The only thing this shows:

    A. Other women are resentful of their notably lower appeal to the men they want compared with Becky. Especially Shaniqua.

    B. There are no Model Minorities. Yellows too hate/resent Whitey. They just have the foresight to not chimpout and get shot but instead infiltrate Whitey's country, get access to his edication, and mail his tech back to the motherland.

    Replies: @Jake, @Thea

    Mostly East Asians don’t, of their own accord, hate whites. They simply understand the need to follow the current rules of the struggle session quite well.

    South Asians are different. It’s all based on envy and feeling inferior. The Japanese for example do not feel inferior to us at all. Their refusal to apologize for WWII events of their ancestors is admirable.

  30. “Pedagogies”? Given the topic and price, it should be noted that 100% of the purchases of this text will be made with either tax dollars or tuition payments.

  31. Slow Death by Becky
    Cause, Asphyxiation
    by
    Shelby “xhey” Dawkins-Law Evans-El

    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.

    I suppose she could have used a triple hyphen in her married name. Presumably, both of them were previously married. I don’t know what “xhey” means.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @PiltdownMan

    I live in the CT River valley (Amherst, Northampton, etc) of Western Mass. Local HS sports stories require several extra column inches due to all the hyphenated names.

    Replies: @Muggles

    , @Ragno
    @PiltdownMan


    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name.
     
    https://i.postimg.cc/6qHKfWLb/image.jpg

    Maybe, but Jemima's quicker.

    Replies: @MBlanc46

    , @Mr. Anon
    @PiltdownMan


    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.
     
    Where are they "based"? Krypton?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @Prester John
    @PiltdownMan

    "I don’t know what 'xhey' means."

    Nor I. Some kind of substitute for masculine/feminine like that--whatever--in Berkeley? Only The Great and The Good know for sure.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @PiltdownMan


    I don’t know what “xhey” means.
     
    It's what Miss Muffet's mum mixed into her xurds.
  32. I wonder how long white females will accept being second-class citizens in the army of woke-ing dead. I also wonder if Becky studies will ever branch off into the more narrow academic discipline of Rebekah Studies. Probably not.

  33. Real subtitle: ‘Why Wasn’t I Born White?’

  34. @Aldon
    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad's attention.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin, @Anonymous, @Father O'Hara

    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad’s attention.

    You must live in Butte or Boise. The Yellow is not only getting Chad’s attention but asking her to marry him. The Yellow is the most sought after by Chad. For obvious reasons.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Anonymous


    The Yellow is not only getting Chad’s attention but asking her to marry him. The Yellow is the most sought after by Chad. For obvious reasons.
     
    Especially when they want to, "soap," and, "be new!"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3z9sq9e5iu4

    So fresh, so clean!

    , @Federalist
    @Anonymous

    Asian women are certainly more sought after than black women. But to say that they are the most sought after is incorrect. White women are the most sought after by white men.

    , @Aldon
    @Anonymous

    Okay nerd/Alt-Rightie.

    Replies: @White Guy In Japan

  35. This is helpful in understanding the terminology. From the good folks at dictionary.com.

  36. @PiltdownMan

    Slow Death by Becky
    Cause, Asphyxiation
    by
    Shelby "xhey" Dawkins-Law Evans-El

     
    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.

    I suppose she could have used a triple hyphen in her married name. Presumably, both of them were previously married. I don't know what "xhey" means.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Ragno, @Mr. Anon, @Prester John, @Reg Cæsar

    I live in the CT River valley (Amherst, Northampton, etc) of Western Mass. Local HS sports stories require several extra column inches due to all the hyphenated names.

    • Replies: @Muggles
    @Ganderson

    >>I live in the CT River valley (Amherst, Northampton, etc) of Western Mass. Local HS sports stories require several extra column inches due to all the hyphenated names.<<

    My rule: hyphened last names (unless British snooty minor "royalty") = Bad News Ahead.

    At least until the inevitable divorce (when attached to married women) in about three years.

  37. @El Dato
    Someone called "shely 'xhey' dawkins-law evans-el" write "Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation" should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws. That's a walking Jeffrey Dahmer.

    I can't imagine that people buy such a book and eagerly study its content (probably marking selected passages with crayon) instead of doing intellectually stimulating activities like playing Super Mario Brothers.

    OTOH, it's a good preparation if at any time you find yourself in charge of a hut row in a Becky concentration camp.

    Replies: @LemmusLemmus, @Anon, @Alan Mercer, @bomag, @Muggles

    [good preparation for a camp]

    Indeed.

    …Beckys who, beyond their intention to do good and be liberal, engage in ways that ultimately exert whiteness.

    …and then they came for the good and liberal, but no one was left to do anything

    • LOL: sayless
  38. Profiting excessively from a textbook that is required course materials for your poor college students to buy and read instead of them buying something more useful like food is not only oppressive, but is a fine example of ethic studies / academic race hustling privilege.

    These people have no shame in their anti-White sentiment. Thank God the only thing they produce are other pseudo-intellectual “academics.” Nothing of real value comes from critical race theory, except the money derived from exploiting your own students.

    I’m certain that the Flirty Filipina has never studied the philosophy of science.

  39. @PiltdownMan

    Slow Death by Becky
    Cause, Asphyxiation
    by
    Shelby "xhey" Dawkins-Law Evans-El

     
    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.

    I suppose she could have used a triple hyphen in her married name. Presumably, both of them were previously married. I don't know what "xhey" means.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Ragno, @Mr. Anon, @Prester John, @Reg Cæsar

    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name.

    Maybe, but Jemima‘s quicker.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Ragno

    That was very naughty.

  40. A “motherscholar of boy-girl twins”?

    Sounds a lot like binary-hetero-normative bigotry to me… will the genderfluids riot at her lectures and shout her off stage???

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Dr. X


    A “motherscholar of boy-girl twins”?
     
    I don't know about her parenting skills, but she can write a book of bullshit like a motherscholar!
  41. “Surviving Becky in Space” by Melva Grant.

    I can image the Ridley Scott’s Big, Black Alien reading this … but then failing abysmally as it goes up against Becky Ripley. Though Becky Lambert didn’t fare so well.

    Well, Miss Grant has un-degree in Electrical Engineering, I’m really eager to read that.

    https://www.odu.edu/directory/people/m/mgrant#

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @El Dato


    Well, Miss Grant has un-degree in Electrical Engineering, I’m really eager to read that.
     
    Spoon-fed, no doubt.

    Articles, presentations, and research look like jokes, except for the rare occasion where she managed to glom onto a serious team's coattails.
  42. Would there be any downside to abolishing university education departments? I can’t think of any.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mr. Anon

    Sure. Kids in elementary school would not be able to participate in those MS graduates' learning model experiments, and would only spend time doing reading, writing, and arithmetic, leaving time for a 3 hour recess in which the children would have a much higher chance of falling off the monkey bars.

    (oops, is it OK to say monkey bars?)

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    , @Autochthon
    @Mr. Anon

    Despite n's being 1, I'll hazard my experience that all my best (or even competent) secondary and primary school teachers had degrees in history, classics (for Latin), English, mathematics, biology, and so on. Not one had a degree in education. Those who did have tdegrees in education were invariably hacks.

    Not coincidentally, I was hired to teach at a law school because of my degree (and expertise) in law – as are all professors in tertiary education so chosen: those in the history department have degrees in history, not education; those in the chemistry department have degrees in chemistry, not education; and so on.

    Recently, this phenomenon has begun to change, though: hacks with degrees and expertise (such expertise as they have) have begun to be appointed to the faculty of, say, law, because of their doctorates in sociology (they may teach "critical race grievances and intersectionality in urban justice" or some such nonsense.

    It has it's consequences, however; and it tends toward mayhem....

  43. @PiltdownMan

    Slow Death by Becky
    Cause, Asphyxiation
    by
    Shelby "xhey" Dawkins-Law Evans-El

     
    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.

    I suppose she could have used a triple hyphen in her married name. Presumably, both of them were previously married. I don't know what "xhey" means.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Ragno, @Mr. Anon, @Prester John, @Reg Cæsar

    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.

    Where are they “based”? Krypton?

    • LOL: Muggles
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mr. Anon

    These people are anything but based, Mr. Anon.

    .
    .

    but... LOL! (ran out for now)

  44. @Richard of Melbourne
    They can apply all the trappings of scholarship to their sub-Marxist meanderings, but in the end it is all nothing but envy.

    Replies: @Neuday

    They can apply all the trappings of scholarship to their sub-Marxist meanderings, but in the end it is all nothing but envy.

    We’re at that phase of the long march where all you see are POC’s in the skinsuits of the institutions prancing around, demanding respect, while the Chosen play the tune, smirking at us, daring us to do something about it.

  45. It’s like watching unimaginative kids with play-doh while brighter kids are doing something real.

  46. as an Elder KAREN, who:

    1. does not sport a tacky asymmetrical bob (which some horrid headed medusa or hostile gay ‘stylist’ has inflicted for $150+ before tip)

    2. avoids the futility of demanding to speak to a POCy manager about substandard POCy employees by avoiding such establishments

    3. harbors not one micron of so called ‘White Guilt’………

    i observe – Shaniquia and PinayTigerlilly ‘doth protest’ to excess.

    i find it amusing (actually tickled Pink, like my skin tone) that we ‘Karens’ and our more docile ‘Beckys’, by our very existence – constantly haunt your minds, and confound and complicate your daily existences to the point of sputtering, barking psychopathy. 😀

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @kikz

    Madam! You are addressing the wrong people!

  47. We can laugh and poke fun but the hatred of whites comes out quite clear in something like this and in a sane world would be resoundingly disavowed. In what universe would a peer reviewed study or book discussing the “Shaniquaness” of black females be acceptable? Yet, “Becky” a term coined by rap culture to describe white women negatively is now being used as an incredible flex and rhetorical weapon against whites. As another commenter mentioned, this is all about resentment for white women’s looks, hair, brains, accomplishments but mostly the better hair.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Linden Arden

    An author holding her book:
    https://www.theatlantavoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Crystal-Swain-Bates-e1545256269900-865x1024.jpg

    Read the title of the book.

    Look at the author's hair.

    "Big Hair, Don't Care" my ass.

    Replies: @Anon

  48. I reflexively start thinking about the business aspects of this since I used to be in marketing although in technology not pedagogy.
    So, based on the absurd pricing and the style, this is clearly intended for the text book market. It gets sold to students as required reading for a course and the student is forced to cough up the exorbitant price. Mattie, the essay writers and the publishers then divide the swag from the enormous sales margin amongst them in some manner.
    But, how do you market the book to the professors and university departments who make it required reading? Do you shill them at academic conferences? Generate publicity through media? Do the textbook publishers have paid lobbyists who work government education departments? Do the publishers have sales reps who make the rounds and try to sell to schools the same way pharmaceutical companies have sales reps who visit hospitals and doctor’s offices? I’d love to see the business plan these publishers work from.
    And just a side note, why is Matias’s skin obviously bleached in that photo? Oh, wait never mind, I get it.

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Alfa158


    So, based on the absurd pricing and the style, this is clearly intended for the text book market. It gets sold to students as required reading for a course and the student is forced to cough up the exorbitant price.
     
    That has to be the main target audience -- i.e., coerced buyers.

    Second potential market: Super woke affluent poseurs who buy it to leave on their coffee table (unread), next to their copies (also unread) of Piketty's Capital, and Ta-Nehisi Coates's The Case for Reparations. (Also the latest issue of Jacobin, which they at least partially read.)

    Third option: The joke gift market for people named "Becky."

    Fourth option: People who buy it because they are confused and think it's the latest from Titania McGrath and that it costs $9.50.

    The Flirty Fillipina also has a great business model because she has outsourced the content to others who wrote it basically for free and who will now act as shills to help move the book.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Achmed E. Newman

    , @anon
    @Alfa158

    Required reading isn't about reading, probably, obviously, definitely, yes, me too, to accentuate a secondary female sexual trait (though I don't like this overly plastered look and makeup feels somehow more directed at other women in general to me).

  49. Judging from the photo of Cheryl Matias, she would know “Becky”, but apparently not as well as she should.

  50. To think that this woman actually gets paid for this stuff!

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Prester John

    To think that this woman actually gets paid by taxpayers for this stuff!

    FIFY.

  51. @PiltdownMan

    Slow Death by Becky
    Cause, Asphyxiation
    by
    Shelby "xhey" Dawkins-Law Evans-El

     
    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.

    I suppose she could have used a triple hyphen in her married name. Presumably, both of them were previously married. I don't know what "xhey" means.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Ragno, @Mr. Anon, @Prester John, @Reg Cæsar

    “I don’t know what ‘xhey’ means.”

    Nor I. Some kind of substitute for masculine/feminine like that–whatever–in Berkeley? Only The Great and The Good know for sure.

  52. Becky is a prototypical white girl name in 2020, but for a loooooong time it was almost exclusively a Jewish girl, especially a JAP name. Becky is short for Rebecca, and I recall that in the 70s and 80s Becky was the go to name for materialistic JAPs and Jewish women.

    I wonder if that’s still the case today, if JAP’y Jewish women have dissolved into whiteness?

    If anyone has a reference for this that would be appreciated

    • Replies: @Ginger Bread Man
    @Ginger bread man

    Yeah, there's a little evidence for this. In England the word for a JAP (Jewish American Princess) is Bec, which is short for Becky
    https://www.imamother.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=230264

    I bet if you do a little digging you will find that becky is originally a derogatory term for (materialistic) Jewish women, then at some point changing to a derogatory term for all women.

  53. It has become impossible to distinguish academic textbooks from the Babylon Bee.

  54. She is a motherscholar…

    Up against the wall, mo-scho!

  55. Gotta love the author of Ch. 16: shelby “xhey” dawkins-law evans-el… all in lowercase, bell hooks-style.

    Preferred pronouns are sooo 2019. xhey’s Twitter page notes: “My mononym is XHEY. Theminine energy only.” https://twitter.com/thegradvocate

  56. @PiltdownMan

    Slow Death by Becky
    Cause, Asphyxiation
    by
    Shelby "xhey" Dawkins-Law Evans-El

     
    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.

    I suppose she could have used a triple hyphen in her married name. Presumably, both of them were previously married. I don't know what "xhey" means.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Ragno, @Mr. Anon, @Prester John, @Reg Cæsar

    I don’t know what “xhey” means.

    It’s what Miss Muffet’s mum mixed into her xurds.

  57. Judging by the hair, I would say that Cheryl Matias has a wee touch of Becky envy………

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @syonredux

    No doubt. And I like the way she puts together a book to vilify white women,but then says the purpose of the book is NOT to vilify white women,so it's ok.

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @syonredux


    Judging by the hair, I would say that Cheryl Matias has a wee touch of Becky envy………
     
    Judging by the chest, I would say that Cheryl Matias spent her 7th year sabbatical out in Silicone Valley.
  58. @Dennis Dale
    I can't help noticing one of the authors is named "Rebecca"

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Hypnotoad666

    LOL!

    Slight software bug out in Seattle?

  59. @Ginger bread man
    Becky is a prototypical white girl name in 2020, but for a loooooong time it was almost exclusively a Jewish girl, especially a JAP name. Becky is short for Rebecca, and I recall that in the 70s and 80s Becky was the go to name for materialistic JAPs and Jewish women.

    I wonder if that’s still the case today, if JAP’y Jewish women have dissolved into whiteness?

    If anyone has a reference for this that would be appreciated

    Replies: @Ginger Bread Man

    Yeah, there’s a little evidence for this. In England the word for a JAP (Jewish American Princess) is Bec, which is short for Becky
    https://www.imamother.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=230264

    I bet if you do a little digging you will find that becky is originally a derogatory term for (materialistic) Jewish women, then at some point changing to a derogatory term for all women.

  60. @Gilbert Ratchet
    I eagerly await *Surviving Shlomo*

    Replies: @Hemid

    Surviving Becca, surely.

    Back when the insult was invented, only Christian Rebeccas were “Becky,” and “Becky” meant shiksa (which originally meant abomination).

    Still does.

  61. @Alfa158
    I reflexively start thinking about the business aspects of this since I used to be in marketing although in technology not pedagogy.
    So, based on the absurd pricing and the style, this is clearly intended for the text book market. It gets sold to students as required reading for a course and the student is forced to cough up the exorbitant price. Mattie, the essay writers and the publishers then divide the swag from the enormous sales margin amongst them in some manner.
    But, how do you market the book to the professors and university departments who make it required reading? Do you shill them at academic conferences? Generate publicity through media? Do the textbook publishers have paid lobbyists who work government education departments? Do the publishers have sales reps who make the rounds and try to sell to schools the same way pharmaceutical companies have sales reps who visit hospitals and doctor’s offices? I’d love to see the business plan these publishers work from.
    And just a side note, why is Matias’s skin obviously bleached in that photo? Oh, wait never mind, I get it.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @anon

    So, based on the absurd pricing and the style, this is clearly intended for the text book market. It gets sold to students as required reading for a course and the student is forced to cough up the exorbitant price.

    That has to be the main target audience — i.e., coerced buyers.

    Second potential market: Super woke affluent poseurs who buy it to leave on their coffee table (unread), next to their copies (also unread) of Piketty’s Capital, and Ta-Nehisi Coates’s The Case for Reparations. (Also the latest issue of Jacobin, which they at least partially read.)

    Third option: The joke gift market for people named “Becky.”

    Fourth option: People who buy it because they are confused and think it’s the latest from Titania McGrath and that it costs $9.50.

    The Flirty Fillipina also has a great business model because she has outsourced the content to others who wrote it basically for free and who will now act as shills to help move the book.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @Hypnotoad666

    Next:Hollywood. Begin negotiating the rights,and I don't mean civil rights. Put in a call to Ari Gold!
    Can you imagine how Hwood actresses would fight and claw to play a Becky? Why its downright Beckyish!

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Hypnotoad666

    Dude, if you're not already, you ought to be in marketing. That sounds like a great MBA final project.

  62. (a) Requiring all contributions to this “academic” work (pub/cite tenure points for all participants!) to be “fan fiction” neatly forestalled any uncongenial fact-checking or logic-chopping by reviewers (as well as catering to the juvenile sensibilities and skills of the contributors). Clever; we’ll probably see more of that.

    (b) The term “Becky” is “anti-semitic” by today’s standards, so despite the convenient alliteration with “BBQ” I wonder if it will persist.

    (c) The parody of scholarship which Matias and her fellow-travelers enact is the wonder of our age.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Veracitor

    a) Requiring all contributions to this “academic” work (pub/cite tenure points for all participants!) to be “fan fiction” neatly forestalled any uncongenial fact-checking or logic-chopping by reviewers (as well as catering to the juvenile sensibilities and skills of the contributors). Clever; we’ll probably see more of that.

    Fanfic has been public domain text for 20- 30 years. Could be that Ms. Flipina now owns the rights to all the essays, and therefore will get the net from the sale of each $95 copy. That could be problematic.

    Alternatively, she's agreed to share out with all the scribblers, and that's an ostensible reason for the high price. Colour me skeptical.

  63. Know your Beckys:

    Goddess Becky:

    Art Deco Becky:

    Princess Becky:

    Secret Agent Becky:

    Jungle Queen Becky:

    Renaissance Becky:

    Viking Becky:

    Detective Becky:

    Wild West Becky:

    Adventure Becky:

    • Replies: @Just passing through
    @syonredux

    You forgot Epstein Becky:

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/09/22/22/38B15D0100000578-0-image-a-1_1474580597914.jpg

    Replies: @anon

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @syonredux

    I am sensing a merchandising opportunity here. As Barbie is now officially multicultural and intersectional, little white girls/Girls of No Color need their own line of "Becky" dolls.

    Little Beckies can stage role play dramas in which their own little Becky doll calls the police on the Black male doll (Tyrone?), who is trying to get into their security building (sold separately). After the police take Tyrone away for questioning, her Black doll friend (Shaniqua?) gets jealous of Becky's hair and posts the incident on Black Twitter. Then the New York Times reporter doll (Hadassah), does a story about Becky and she loses all her friends and the Chad doll stops dating her.

    This kind of social role play will be very helpful in teaching little girls how to navigate relationships in our new multicultural Utopia.

    https://barbie.mattel.com/content/images/role-models/fashionistas-dolls_500x400px.jpg

  64. @El Dato
    Someone called "shely 'xhey' dawkins-law evans-el" write "Slow Death by Becky: Cause, Asphyxiation" should raise all kinds of Red Flag laws. That's a walking Jeffrey Dahmer.

    I can't imagine that people buy such a book and eagerly study its content (probably marking selected passages with crayon) instead of doing intellectually stimulating activities like playing Super Mario Brothers.

    OTOH, it's a good preparation if at any time you find yourself in charge of a hut row in a Becky concentration camp.

    Replies: @LemmusLemmus, @Anon, @Alan Mercer, @bomag, @Muggles

    I think a book like this only sells copies to libraries run by lesbians who select the books and to students who are forced to buy them for the Feminist Studies classes they take. Usually a couple of thousand at most.

    This pseudo academic stuff mostly ends up in landfills after a year or two, until Ms. Professor needs to force her “revised Second Edition” onto captive students.

  65. @Ganderson
    @PiltdownMan

    I live in the CT River valley (Amherst, Northampton, etc) of Western Mass. Local HS sports stories require several extra column inches due to all the hyphenated names.

    Replies: @Muggles

    >>I live in the CT River valley (Amherst, Northampton, etc) of Western Mass. Local HS sports stories require several extra column inches due to all the hyphenated names.<<

    My rule: hyphened last names (unless British snooty minor "royalty") = Bad News Ahead.

    At least until the inevitable divorce (when attached to married women) in about three years.

  66. Matias is typical of women who, given the slightest opportunity or privilege will sell out their own country. Jewish women are always the first traitors.

  67. @Anonymous
    White women on average seem to prefer blacks or at the very least have no racial preference. The only thing that stops mixed race relationships from being the norm is that blacks for the moment are a relatively small minority in all white countries, but the future doesn't look good for the white race if things continue as they are.

    Replies: @Federalist, @Anon

    White women on average seem to prefer blacks or at the very least have no racial preference.

    Are you blind or is it some other difficulty with observable reality?

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @Federalist


    Are you blind or is it some other difficulty with observable reality?
     
    You get these two guys don'tcha, Fed? @anons are race-trolls. Oh, they believe or want to believe their trans-racial fantasies, but except where the Black guy has tremendous (if always temporary) wealth (see: Lindsey Vonn), or some use for her (baby-sitter and cumm-dumpster for Tiger Woods-post divorce from another White woman he was done with), everyday Black guys don't get White chicks outside Walmart. Middle-Class-to-wealthy White women stay away from Blacks overall. Just look around in real life, not a mattress commercial. Oh yeah, Tiger has another White woman his own age from the restaurant businesses he owns who he uses these days. Give it another year. That train is never late.
    , @Alden
    @Federalist

    His only knowledge of sex or White women is watching black man White woman pornography.

  68. @Anonymous
    @Aldon


    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad’s attention.
     
    You must live in Butte or Boise. The Yellow is not only getting Chad’s attention but asking her to marry him. The Yellow is the most sought after by Chad. For obvious reasons.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @Federalist, @Aldon

    The Yellow is not only getting Chad’s attention but asking her to marry him. The Yellow is the most sought after by Chad. For obvious reasons.

    Especially when they want to, “soap,” and, “be new!”

    So fresh, so clean!

  69. @Anonymous
    @Aldon


    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad’s attention.
     
    You must live in Butte or Boise. The Yellow is not only getting Chad’s attention but asking her to marry him. The Yellow is the most sought after by Chad. For obvious reasons.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @Federalist, @Aldon

    Asian women are certainly more sought after than black women. But to say that they are the most sought after is incorrect. White women are the most sought after by white men.

  70. @El Dato

    "Surviving Becky in Space" by Melva Grant.
     
    I can image the Ridley Scott's Big, Black Alien reading this ... but then failing abysmally as it goes up against Becky Ripley. Though Becky Lambert didn't fare so well.

    Well, Miss Grant has un-degree in Electrical Engineering, I'm really eager to read that.

    https://www.odu.edu/directory/people/m/mgrant#

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Well, Miss Grant has un-degree in Electrical Engineering, I’m really eager to read that.

    Spoon-fed, no doubt.

    Articles, presentations, and research look like jokes, except for the rare occasion where she managed to glom onto a serious team’s coattails.

  71. I think it’s outrageous the way Asians, and Indians are taking all the SJW jobs from black. They take all the writing and speaking gigs that used to be reserved for African Americans; all the Social Justice professorships at the universities; they get the book deals that used to go to African Americans.

    If I were black I would be offended by this open stealing and disrespect.

    I mean, how is it Vanita Gupta was awarded the head of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice. That job was always a job for an African American.

  72. @Achmed E. Newman
    95 dollars?!!

    Yeah, it's definitely a textbook. It wouldn't sell otherwise, except to the authors' Moms and Dads. This book will get sales due to mandatory purchases for classes in other Departments of Education around the country. And, NO, you CANNOT get a used copy, because you need the passcode that comes with the book to log into the website, which has material required to pass the class, and said code expires at the end of the semester. Don't even try it, punk!

    Peak Stupidity reported on The Great University Textbook Scam a few years ago, with the 2nd part of it being the self-publishing of textbooks on white copier paper by Professors who require them and make 500% profits.

    Replies: @El Dato, @El Dato, @Forbes

    • LOL: Alden
  73. @syonredux
    Know your Beckys:


    Goddess Becky:

    https://media1.britannica.com/eb-media/82/115182-131-9D9D9304.jpg

    Art Deco Becky:


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-nMICsGVN6nM/TlBa92zd0gI/AAAAAAAAEl4/Dth2YQlf1dE/s1600/Green+Bugatti.jpg


    Princess Becky:

    https://classiq.me/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/grace-kellys-style-rear-window-20.png


    Secret Agent Becky:

    https://thejar.hitchcock.zone/files/gallery/org/16.jpg


    Jungle Queen Becky:


    https://pulpcovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/JumboComics126p03-Sheena-600x872.jpg

    Renaissance Becky:


    https://img0.etsystatic.com/111/0/9303363/il_fullxfull.970022980_ctjs.jpg


    Viking Becky:


    https://d13ezvd6yrslxm.cloudfront.net/wp/wp-content/images/katheryne-winnick-dark-tower.jpg


    Detective Becky:


    https://eightladieswriting.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/nancydrewcover.jpg

    Wild West Becky:


    http://www.owensvalleyhistory.com/at_the_movies10/karen_steele.jpg

    Adventure Becky:

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/0b/bb/49/0bbb496c773ce2eff16afe900442fe7a.jpg

    Replies: @Just passing through, @Hypnotoad666

    You forgot Epstein Becky:

    • Replies: @anon
    @Just passing through

    I wonder if it is true that Bloomberg's name appears in Epstein's little black book?

  74. @Achmed E. Newman
    95 dollars?!!

    Yeah, it's definitely a textbook. It wouldn't sell otherwise, except to the authors' Moms and Dads. This book will get sales due to mandatory purchases for classes in other Departments of Education around the country. And, NO, you CANNOT get a used copy, because you need the passcode that comes with the book to log into the website, which has material required to pass the class, and said code expires at the end of the semester. Don't even try it, punk!

    Peak Stupidity reported on The Great University Textbook Scam a few years ago, with the 2nd part of it being the self-publishing of textbooks on white copier paper by Professors who require them and make 500% profits.

    Replies: @El Dato, @El Dato, @Forbes

    Of course, nowadays, ve haf … ways … of sourcing the material, Herr Achmed!

    Ah. Students. Even back when textbooks were just 20 a pop, they still copied the books. Long queues at the copy machines. But you had to pay for the copies. Using a card. With a magnetic stripe. With a magnetic stripe. A magnetic stripe … which was copied …. which was copied off a card for teaching assistants … allowing 1000 copies …

    Ach ja!

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @El Dato

    Thanks for the memories. Yes, El Dato, there were ways - ask me about the once-a-month free Big Gulp coupons at the 7-11 sometimes. (Mr. Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, meet Mr. Xerox.)

    However, it's all in the passcodes nowadays. Want to save some money? Be a hacker. But then, what the heck do you need to go to college for anyway, in that case?

  75. @kikz
    as an Elder KAREN, who:

    1. does not sport a tacky asymmetrical bob (which some horrid headed medusa or hostile gay 'stylist' has inflicted for $150+ before tip)

    2. avoids the futility of demanding to speak to a POCy manager about substandard POCy employees by avoiding such establishments

    3. harbors not one micron of so called 'White Guilt'.........

    i observe - Shaniquia and PinayTigerlilly 'doth protest' to excess.

    i find it amusing (actually tickled Pink, like my skin tone) that we 'Karens' and our more docile 'Beckys', by our very existence - constantly haunt your minds, and confound and complicate your daily existences to the point of sputtering, barking psychopathy. :D

    Replies: @El Dato

    Madam! You are addressing the wrong people!

  76. @Hypnotoad666
    @Alfa158


    So, based on the absurd pricing and the style, this is clearly intended for the text book market. It gets sold to students as required reading for a course and the student is forced to cough up the exorbitant price.
     
    That has to be the main target audience -- i.e., coerced buyers.

    Second potential market: Super woke affluent poseurs who buy it to leave on their coffee table (unread), next to their copies (also unread) of Piketty's Capital, and Ta-Nehisi Coates's The Case for Reparations. (Also the latest issue of Jacobin, which they at least partially read.)

    Third option: The joke gift market for people named "Becky."

    Fourth option: People who buy it because they are confused and think it's the latest from Titania McGrath and that it costs $9.50.

    The Flirty Fillipina also has a great business model because she has outsourced the content to others who wrote it basically for free and who will now act as shills to help move the book.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Achmed E. Newman

    Next:Hollywood. Begin negotiating the rights,and I don’t mean civil rights. Put in a call to Ari Gold!
    Can you imagine how Hwood actresses would fight and claw to play a Becky? Why its downright Beckyish!

  77. @vhrm
    i live in an area with many Filipinos and Chinese-Americans. For the most part they're only casually anti-white (not of the "the whites are oppressing us" sort but of the "white people are dumb, they actually pay taxes! " sort which, honestly i think is where all immigrants start except maybe the Germans).

    The dumber/rougher ones really adopt a thuggish ghetto affect.

    But like many Californians the smarter ones go to UC and California State colleges and here a racial grievance class is mandatory for graduation even for undergrads.
    Most of them are resistant and go on to be accountants and nurses and stuff but some, apparently like our proud "Pinay motherscholar" here fall for it...

    From her C.V.


    UCLA
    Ph.D. 06/2010 Education
    Program Social Science and Comparative Education
    Specialization in Race & Ethnic Studies

    California State University Long Beach M.A. 05/2005 Education
    Specialization in Social & Multicultural Foundations

    UCSD B. A. 06/2000 Cultural Communications
    Minors in Writing & Biology
     

    Replies: @Autochthon

    She is a jungle Asian; she probably could not have hacked any of the professions you mention except nursing, and, while quite lucrative by any reasonable standard, that does not afford the riches and social status egomaniacs like her require.

  78. @syonredux
    http://www.cherylmatias.com/wp-content/themes/cherylmatias/images/IMG_0670%20(1).jpg

    Judging by the hair, I would say that Cheryl Matias has a wee touch of Becky envy.........



    https://www.hawtcelebs.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/elsa-hosk-at-fresh-air-fund-salute-to-american-heros-in-new-york_19.jpg


    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/88/60/11/8860113467ad37e82ee6566e2efc76c2--celebrities-hair-beautiful-celebrities.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/6c/8d/2d/6c8d2dcbcf38082d2eac6d643932393a--christie-brinkley-young-sports-illustrated.jpg

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Achmed E. Newman

    No doubt. And I like the way she puts together a book to vilify white women,but then says the purpose of the book is NOT to vilify white women,so it’s ok.

  79. @Anonymous
    @Aldon


    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad’s attention.
     
    You must live in Butte or Boise. The Yellow is not only getting Chad’s attention but asking her to marry him. The Yellow is the most sought after by Chad. For obvious reasons.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @Federalist, @Aldon

    Okay nerd/Alt-Rightie.

    • Replies: @White Guy In Japan
    @Aldon

    Don't knock it 'til you've tried it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdbpb5IDEZU

  80. anon[193] • Disclaimer says:
    @Veracitor
    (a) Requiring all contributions to this “academic” work (pub/cite tenure points for all participants!) to be “fan fiction” neatly forestalled any uncongenial fact-checking or logic-chopping by reviewers (as well as catering to the juvenile sensibilities and skills of the contributors). Clever; we’ll probably see more of that.

    (b) The term “Becky” is “anti-semitic” by today’s standards, so despite the convenient alliteration with “BBQ” I wonder if it will persist.

    (c) The parody of scholarship which Matias and her fellow-travelers enact is the wonder of our age.

    Replies: @anon

    a) Requiring all contributions to this “academic” work (pub/cite tenure points for all participants!) to be “fan fiction” neatly forestalled any uncongenial fact-checking or logic-chopping by reviewers (as well as catering to the juvenile sensibilities and skills of the contributors). Clever; we’ll probably see more of that.

    Fanfic has been public domain text for 20- 30 years. Could be that Ms. Flipina now owns the rights to all the essays, and therefore will get the net from the sale of each $95 copy. That could be problematic.

    Alternatively, she’s agreed to share out with all the scribblers, and that’s an ostensible reason for the high price. Colour me skeptical.

  81. @Dr. X
    A "motherscholar of boy-girl twins"?

    Sounds a lot like binary-hetero-normative bigotry to me... will the genderfluids riot at her lectures and shout her off stage???

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    A “motherscholar of boy-girl twins”?

    I don’t know about her parenting skills, but she can write a book of bullshit like a motherscholar!

  82. @Mr. Anon
    Would there be any downside to abolishing university education departments? I can't think of any.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Autochthon

    Sure. Kids in elementary school would not be able to participate in those MS graduates’ learning model experiments, and would only spend time doing reading, writing, and arithmetic, leaving time for a 3 hour recess in which the children would have a much higher chance of falling off the monkey bars.

    (oops, is it OK to say monkey bars?)

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @Achmed E. Newman


    (oops, is it OK to say monkey bars?)
     
    Monkey bars are ok in suburban parks and recreation yards at schools in White neighborhoods. Venturing/hazarding a guess, you'd have to invent another name for them at say, Malcolm X Elementary in West Baltimore, Maryland.

    Just a guess.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  83. @Mr. Anon
    @PiltdownMan


    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name. Ms. Dawkins-Law married Mr. Evans-El.
     
    Where are they "based"? Krypton?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    These people are anything but based, Mr. Anon.

    .
    .

    but… LOL! (ran out for now)

  84. @Aldon
    The Yellow and Shaniqua loathes the Becky for getting Chad's attention.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin, @Anonymous, @Father O'Hara

    I dont know. Her bio says she was,in her younger days,a single mother of two. D’uh oh.
    She also describes herself as a fan of hip hop and the Lakers.
    But then she wrote a piece called,”Why Do You Make Me Hate Myself?”
    We may one day hear of her on the news…shots fired…

    • Replies: @Aldon
    @Father O'Hara


    She also describes herself as a fan of hip hop and the Lakers.
     
    Just a victim of Murica's Current Year (Filthy) Culcha then.
  85. @syonredux
    Know your Beckys:


    Goddess Becky:

    https://media1.britannica.com/eb-media/82/115182-131-9D9D9304.jpg

    Art Deco Becky:


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-nMICsGVN6nM/TlBa92zd0gI/AAAAAAAAEl4/Dth2YQlf1dE/s1600/Green+Bugatti.jpg


    Princess Becky:

    https://classiq.me/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/grace-kellys-style-rear-window-20.png


    Secret Agent Becky:

    https://thejar.hitchcock.zone/files/gallery/org/16.jpg


    Jungle Queen Becky:


    https://pulpcovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/JumboComics126p03-Sheena-600x872.jpg

    Renaissance Becky:


    https://img0.etsystatic.com/111/0/9303363/il_fullxfull.970022980_ctjs.jpg


    Viking Becky:


    https://d13ezvd6yrslxm.cloudfront.net/wp/wp-content/images/katheryne-winnick-dark-tower.jpg


    Detective Becky:


    https://eightladieswriting.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/nancydrewcover.jpg

    Wild West Becky:


    http://www.owensvalleyhistory.com/at_the_movies10/karen_steele.jpg

    Adventure Becky:

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/0b/bb/49/0bbb496c773ce2eff16afe900442fe7a.jpg

    Replies: @Just passing through, @Hypnotoad666

    I am sensing a merchandising opportunity here. As Barbie is now officially multicultural and intersectional, little white girls/Girls of No Color need their own line of “Becky” dolls.

    Little Beckies can stage role play dramas in which their own little Becky doll calls the police on the Black male doll (Tyrone?), who is trying to get into their security building (sold separately). After the police take Tyrone away for questioning, her Black doll friend (Shaniqua?) gets jealous of Becky’s hair and posts the incident on Black Twitter. Then the New York Times reporter doll (Hadassah), does a story about Becky and she loses all her friends and the Chad doll stops dating her.

    This kind of social role play will be very helpful in teaching little girls how to navigate relationships in our new multicultural Utopia.

  86. What’s a motherscholar?

    • Replies: @Alden
    @anon

    A motherscholar is a great intellectual who managed the great accomplishments of graduating from high school and having a child. To a sane person these seem to be mediocre average normal things achievable to any woman.

    But to pretentious feminazis, anything they do is a great accomplishment worthy of much praise.

    Her book will be sold only in college bookstores marked up to $285.00.

  87. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    White women on average seem to prefer blacks or at the very least have no racial preference. The only thing that stops mixed race relationships from being the norm is that blacks for the moment are a relatively small minority in all white countries, but the future doesn't look good for the white race if things continue as they are.

    Replies: @Federalist, @Anon

    White men are the biggest race traitors in that the most common inter racial marriage is White man Asian women. Black man White women marriages are very rare.

    Black man White women is the most popular form of porn among White men. It’s obvious your erroneous opinion that White women prefer black men comes from your watching black man White women porn.

    Get out more.

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @Anon


    Black man White women is the most popular form of porn among White men.
     
    Total bullshit and you and everyone else knows it. Most popular porn among ALL men and women who watch porn across every platform (youporn, pornhub and such) is White lipstick lesbians. Black men screwing White women (disgusting fare) is slightly below gay White men blowing and banging each other. They release the stats weekly.
  88. anon[319] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfa158
    I reflexively start thinking about the business aspects of this since I used to be in marketing although in technology not pedagogy.
    So, based on the absurd pricing and the style, this is clearly intended for the text book market. It gets sold to students as required reading for a course and the student is forced to cough up the exorbitant price. Mattie, the essay writers and the publishers then divide the swag from the enormous sales margin amongst them in some manner.
    But, how do you market the book to the professors and university departments who make it required reading? Do you shill them at academic conferences? Generate publicity through media? Do the textbook publishers have paid lobbyists who work government education departments? Do the publishers have sales reps who make the rounds and try to sell to schools the same way pharmaceutical companies have sales reps who visit hospitals and doctor’s offices? I’d love to see the business plan these publishers work from.
    And just a side note, why is Matias’s skin obviously bleached in that photo? Oh, wait never mind, I get it.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @anon

    Required reading isn’t about reading, probably, obviously, definitely, yes, me too, to accentuate a secondary female sexual trait (though I don’t like this overly plastered look and makeup feels somehow more directed at other women in general to me).

  89. @RichardTaylor
    White women were privileged. So were White men. That was the point of the country. The Preamble to the Constitution says "for ourselves and our posterity". If you don't have much privilege anymore, you were cheated.

    Only a sociopath wouldn't want good things for his people.

    Replies: @Andy, @Sol

    “Hello fellow white people…”

  90. @Achmed E. Newman
    95 dollars?!!

    Yeah, it's definitely a textbook. It wouldn't sell otherwise, except to the authors' Moms and Dads. This book will get sales due to mandatory purchases for classes in other Departments of Education around the country. And, NO, you CANNOT get a used copy, because you need the passcode that comes with the book to log into the website, which has material required to pass the class, and said code expires at the end of the semester. Don't even try it, punk!

    Peak Stupidity reported on The Great University Textbook Scam a few years ago, with the 2nd part of it being the self-publishing of textbooks on white copier paper by Professors who require them and make 500% profits.

    Replies: @El Dato, @El Dato, @Forbes

    I’m pretty sure even the dumbest students will access “the passcode that comes with the book to log into the website” by the sharing (or paying for the share) that goes on on college campuses.

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    @Forbes

    It doesn't work that way, chief. The codes are unique and cannot be used by more than one person, in the same way one cannot share his codes to, say, Apple Music, Netflix or Disney+ with more than the allowable number of devices (MAC addresses, mate; look into it...).

  91. @Just passing through
    @syonredux

    You forgot Epstein Becky:

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/09/22/22/38B15D0100000578-0-image-a-1_1474580597914.jpg

    Replies: @anon

    I wonder if it is true that Bloomberg’s name appears in Epstein’s little black book?

  92. @Dan Smith
    Is the sequel titled "Surviving Sha'Rhonda?"

    Replies: @Forbes

    Surely it’s “Surviving La’Trina”…

  93. @syonredux
    http://www.cherylmatias.com/wp-content/themes/cherylmatias/images/IMG_0670%20(1).jpg

    Judging by the hair, I would say that Cheryl Matias has a wee touch of Becky envy.........



    https://www.hawtcelebs.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/elsa-hosk-at-fresh-air-fund-salute-to-american-heros-in-new-york_19.jpg


    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/88/60/11/8860113467ad37e82ee6566e2efc76c2--celebrities-hair-beautiful-celebrities.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/6c/8d/2d/6c8d2dcbcf38082d2eac6d643932393a--christie-brinkley-young-sports-illustrated.jpg

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Achmed E. Newman

    Judging by the hair, I would say that Cheryl Matias has a wee touch of Becky envy………

    Judging by the chest, I would say that Cheryl Matias spent her 7th year sabbatical out in Silicone Valley.

  94. @Hypnotoad666
    @Dennis Dale

    Items frequently bought together:

    https://www.amazon.com/Woke-Guide-Social-Justice/dp/B07ZQMYM2C/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1QUUKJXBH8M9B&keywords=titania+mcgrath&qid=1582136234&sprefix=Titania+%2Caps%2C208&sr=8-1

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    LOL!

    Slight software bug out in Seattle?

  95. @Hypnotoad666
    @Alfa158


    So, based on the absurd pricing and the style, this is clearly intended for the text book market. It gets sold to students as required reading for a course and the student is forced to cough up the exorbitant price.
     
    That has to be the main target audience -- i.e., coerced buyers.

    Second potential market: Super woke affluent poseurs who buy it to leave on their coffee table (unread), next to their copies (also unread) of Piketty's Capital, and Ta-Nehisi Coates's The Case for Reparations. (Also the latest issue of Jacobin, which they at least partially read.)

    Third option: The joke gift market for people named "Becky."

    Fourth option: People who buy it because they are confused and think it's the latest from Titania McGrath and that it costs $9.50.

    The Flirty Fillipina also has a great business model because she has outsourced the content to others who wrote it basically for free and who will now act as shills to help move the book.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Achmed E. Newman

    Dude, if you’re not already, you ought to be in marketing. That sounds like a great MBA final project.

  96. @The Wild Geese Howard
    @black sea

    Right?

    This is like those options trading experts that make more from selling courses than actual trading.

    Replies: @Forbes

    Explains why Jim Cramer is on cable TeeVee, rather than managing bucket loads of capital…

  97. The best picture of the author:

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Jim Don Bob

    Thank you Jim Bob. Almost fell off the couch laughing.

  98. @Prester John
    To think that this woman actually gets paid for this stuff!

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    To think that this woman actually gets paid by taxpayers for this stuff!

    FIFY.

  99. Anonymous[182] • Disclaimer says:

    I knew the historical Nazis never used the term “Herrvolk” (master folks) and that it was, rather, a 1920s Progressive Intellectual-type concept that influenced the subsequent swastickers of course, along with proponents of all the other isms on the hit parade. What was a new tidbit I got from Guillaume Durocher’s piece here on Unz is that they didn’t whoop “Untermensch” either, at least not the way it’s been passed down– it was more of an abstract idiocratic paradigm than a racial term. Compared to SJW unter-Nazi professors who just spew slurs, profanities, and crass patronizing slang, the dapper NSDAPpers put relatively more priority on the life of the mind. In the old days even the racial demagoguery had more class

  100. A condition of federal student loans shall be that the school supplies all books as part of the package. An incentive to get prices negotiated or use public domain materials.

  101. @Aldon
    @Anonymous

    Okay nerd/Alt-Rightie.

    Replies: @White Guy In Japan

    Don’t knock it ’til you’ve tried it.

  102. @Anon
    @Anonymous

    White men are the biggest race traitors in that the most common inter racial marriage is White man Asian women. Black man White women marriages are very rare.

    Black man White women is the most popular form of porn among White men. It’s obvious your erroneous opinion that White women prefer black men comes from your watching black man White women porn.

    Get out more.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    Black man White women is the most popular form of porn among White men.

    Total bullshit and you and everyone else knows it. Most popular porn among ALL men and women who watch porn across every platform (youporn, pornhub and such) is White lipstick lesbians. Black men screwing White women (disgusting fare) is slightly below gay White men blowing and banging each other. They release the stats weekly.

  103. @Federalist
    @Anonymous


    White women on average seem to prefer blacks or at the very least have no racial preference.
     
    Are you blind or is it some other difficulty with observable reality?

    Replies: @Jim Christian, @Alden

    Are you blind or is it some other difficulty with observable reality?

    You get these two guys don’tcha, Fed? s are race-trolls. Oh, they believe or want to believe their trans-racial fantasies, but except where the Black guy has tremendous (if always temporary) wealth (see: Lindsey Vonn), or some use for her (baby-sitter and cumm-dumpster for Tiger Woods-post divorce from another White woman he was done with), everyday Black guys don’t get White chicks outside Walmart. Middle-Class-to-wealthy White women stay away from Blacks overall. Just look around in real life, not a mattress commercial. Oh yeah, Tiger has another White woman his own age from the restaurant businesses he owns who he uses these days. Give it another year. That train is never late.

  104. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mr. Anon

    Sure. Kids in elementary school would not be able to participate in those MS graduates' learning model experiments, and would only spend time doing reading, writing, and arithmetic, leaving time for a 3 hour recess in which the children would have a much higher chance of falling off the monkey bars.

    (oops, is it OK to say monkey bars?)

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    (oops, is it OK to say monkey bars?)

    Monkey bars are ok in suburban parks and recreation yards at schools in White neighborhoods. Venturing/hazarding a guess, you’d have to invent another name for them at say, Malcolm X Elementary in West Baltimore, Maryland.

    Just a guess.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Jim Christian

    I guess Jungle Gym is out too. Any body remember Teeter Totter?

  105. @Ragno
    @PiltdownMan


    Shelby Eden Dawkins-Law Evans-El is actually her name.
     
    https://i.postimg.cc/6qHKfWLb/image.jpg

    Maybe, but Jemima's quicker.

    Replies: @MBlanc46

    That was very naughty.

  106. @Federalist
    @Anonymous


    White women on average seem to prefer blacks or at the very least have no racial preference.
     
    Are you blind or is it some other difficulty with observable reality?

    Replies: @Jim Christian, @Alden

    His only knowledge of sex or White women is watching black man White woman pornography.

  107. @anon
    What's a motherscholar?

    Replies: @Alden

    A motherscholar is a great intellectual who managed the great accomplishments of graduating from high school and having a child. To a sane person these seem to be mediocre average normal things achievable to any woman.

    But to pretentious feminazis, anything they do is a great accomplishment worthy of much praise.

    Her book will be sold only in college bookstores marked up to $285.00.

  108. @Father O'Hara
    @Aldon

    I dont know. Her bio says she was,in her younger days,a single mother of two. D'uh oh.
    She also describes herself as a fan of hip hop and the Lakers.
    But then she wrote a piece called,"Why Do You Make Me Hate Myself?"
    We may one day hear of her on the news...shots fired...

    Replies: @Aldon

    She also describes herself as a fan of hip hop and the Lakers.

    Just a victim of Murica’s Current Year (Filthy) Culcha then.

  109. @Linden Arden
    We can laugh and poke fun but the hatred of whites comes out quite clear in something like this and in a sane world would be resoundingly disavowed. In what universe would a peer reviewed study or book discussing the "Shaniquaness" of black females be acceptable? Yet, "Becky" a term coined by rap culture to describe white women negatively is now being used as an incredible flex and rhetorical weapon against whites. As another commenter mentioned, this is all about resentment for white women's looks, hair, brains, accomplishments but mostly the better hair.

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    An author holding her book:

    Read the title of the book.

    Look at the author’s hair.

    “Big Hair, Don’t Care” my ass.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Stan Adams

    Are we sure that's not a tranny?

  110. The book costs over $11 on Amazon. Fortunately, some kind soul on YouTube has posted the whole thing for free:

    It’s also available in French.

    Other books by the same author:

    Oy vey.

  111. In the UK university lecturers are on strike. To a commenter saying the unis are sexist and racist about hiring and promotions, one exasperated academic says

    https://discussion.theguardian.com/comment-permalink/138348918

    ” I can’t say for sure what happens elsewhere, and I certainly can’t say for sure that there isn’t gender and pay equality discrimination somewhere out there in the University sector. However, just comparing the pay of female and BAME staff with white male staff provides absolutely no context. The poorer pay of female and BAME staff is primarily a result of other longstanding issues which universities are not responsible for and cannot fix. I can tell you that, as someone senior who has been involved in promotion and appointment decisions over several years, we go out of the way to appoint and promote people from these less represented groups, so much so that in some cases we’ve felt obliged to promote people who, had they been white males, wouldn’t have come close. This really should concern people, but it seems it doesn’t because people can’t contextualise data and just monotonously refer to meaningless statistics, such as the gender pay gap.”

  112. @El Dato
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Of course, nowadays, ve haf ... ways ... of sourcing the material, Herr Achmed!

    Ah. Students. Even back when textbooks were just 20 a pop, they still copied the books. Long queues at the copy machines. But you had to pay for the copies. Using a card. With a magnetic stripe. With a magnetic stripe. A magnetic stripe ... which was copied .... which was copied off a card for teaching assistants ... allowing 1000 copies ...

    Ach ja!

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Thanks for the memories. Yes, El Dato, there were ways – ask me about the once-a-month free Big Gulp coupons at the 7-11 sometimes. (Mr. Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, meet Mr. Xerox.)

    However, it’s all in the passcodes nowadays. Want to save some money? Be a hacker. But then, what the heck do you need to go to college for anyway, in that case?

  113. Anon[402] • Disclaimer says:

    Ah yes, another publication with a lot of minorities focused on whites. As usual. Minorities rarely are interested in themselves. Just whites. Whites are inherently more interesting. Especially white women. Minority men and lesbian minorities who are academics are desperate to get into the pants of white women, which is why they obsess over white women so much.

  114. @Stan Adams
    @Linden Arden

    An author holding her book:
    https://www.theatlantavoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Crystal-Swain-Bates-e1545256269900-865x1024.jpg

    Read the title of the book.

    Look at the author's hair.

    "Big Hair, Don't Care" my ass.

    Replies: @Anon

    Are we sure that’s not a tranny?

  115. @Jim Christian
    @Achmed E. Newman


    (oops, is it OK to say monkey bars?)
     
    Monkey bars are ok in suburban parks and recreation yards at schools in White neighborhoods. Venturing/hazarding a guess, you'd have to invent another name for them at say, Malcolm X Elementary in West Baltimore, Maryland.

    Just a guess.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    I guess Jungle Gym is out too. Any body remember Teeter Totter?

  116. @Forbes
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I'm pretty sure even the dumbest students will access "the passcode that comes with the book to log into the website" by the sharing (or paying for the share) that goes on on college campuses.

    Replies: @Autochthon

    It doesn’t work that way, chief. The codes are unique and cannot be used by more than one person, in the same way one cannot share his codes to, say, Apple Music, Netflix or Disney+ with more than the allowable number of devices (MAC addresses, mate; look into it…).

  117. @Mr. Anon
    Would there be any downside to abolishing university education departments? I can't think of any.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Autochthon

    Despite n‘s being 1, I’ll hazard my experience that all my best (or even competent) secondary and primary school teachers had degrees in history, classics (for Latin), English, mathematics, biology, and so on. Not one had a degree in education. Those who did have tdegrees in education were invariably hacks.

    Not coincidentally, I was hired to teach at a law school because of my degree (and expertise) in law – as are all professors in tertiary education so chosen: those in the history department have degrees in history, not education; those in the chemistry department have degrees in chemistry, not education; and so on.

    Recently, this phenomenon has begun to change, though: hacks with degrees and expertise (such expertise as they have) have begun to be appointed to the faculty of, say, law, because of their doctorates in sociology (they may teach “critical race grievances and intersectionality in urban justice” or some such nonsense.

    It has it’s consequences, however; and it tends toward mayhem….

  118. @Jim Don Bob
    The best picture of the author:

    https://i.imgur.com/CtfbNP4.jpg

    Replies: @Alden

    Thank you Jim Bob. Almost fell off the couch laughing.

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