In the endless war against masculinity, which is a war against men, Duke University has now taken a leadership role. The celebrated university has decided to open a space where men are encouraged to self-flagellate, condemn their own masculinity and confess to the many sins that they personally and their gender collectivelly have committed and still commit against womankind:
The Duke Men’s Project, launched this month and hosted by the campus Women’s Center, offers a nine-week program for “male-identified” students that discusses male privilege, patriarchy, “the language of dominance,” rape culture, pornography, machismo and other topics.
There is, of course, no mention of anything that concerns the interests of men. Everything, absolutely everything, is about how men must behave in regards to women, both in the social and the sexual sphere. And just in case you're wondering whether this isn't just a dishonest summary by Heast, here's how the program describes itself:
The Duke Men’s Project is a nine-week long, storytelling-based program starting Wednesday that aims to discuss masculinity, feminism and intersectionality. It hopes to “create a space of brotherhood fellowship dedicated to interrogating male privilege and patriarchy,” according to its Facebook page.
Of five descriptors here, four directly involve discussing how men treat women, and the fifth evidently must be interpreted in their light i.e. there is going to be no discussion of masculinity that doesn't involve women and female interests in some way.
Here's how the male feminists on the "leadership team" (I wonder how much leadership these low-testosterone ultra-betas can put together) describe the program:
Junior Dipro Bhowmik, who sits on the leadership team, recently said the goal of the Duke Men’s Project is for male students to “critique and analyze their own masculinity and toxic masculinities to create healthier ones.”
Alex Bressler, another junior on the leadership team, said the program would help men “proactively deconstruct our masculinity.”
Yes, these people are sufficiently far gone that they see no problem in leading a program where people are asked to deconstruct their own identity. The idea that you should take a person and shame and humiliate them into believing they are not who they are, don't believe what they believe and don't want what they want is a classic tool of totalitarianisms and cults.
As always, a thick dose of doublespeak is employed to hide, misdirect and rationalize the disgusting purpose of this camp. Even then, the project's very own supporters have it so clear in the back of their mind what this project is, that they feel they need to pre-emptively dismiss the association:
The Men’s Project is novel because it provides males a space (a safe space even) in which they can discuss their own gender. It is not a reeducation camp being administered by an oppressed group in the service of the feminization of American society, but rather a space by men and for men.
I'm even wondering if an infiltrator of ours hasn't gotten on the Duke's student paper editorial board and snuck that sentence in there. It's almost too precise and self-aware a description, whereas feminists would generally completely avoid the thought of what they really are.
Regardless, be assured of this prediction: it's gonna get worse before it gets better. Progams like this will spring up like festering mold in most colleges, especially the more prestigious and media-centric ones. Much like "consent classes", in many cases they'll be made mandatory after being snuck in as innocently optional. They will never even recognize the existence of male issues if not in a perfunctory way, always and only for the sole purpose of dismissing them as relatively unimportant beside feminine imperatives. If you're in college, keep your eyes and ears over, steer clear and protect yourself; they are coming for your balls.
  https://heatst.com/culture-wars/duke-offers-men-a-safe-space-to-contemplate-their-toxic-masculinity/