California Professor Says Heterosexuality’s ‘Very Tragic’


 

Have you ever ever been in a tragic relationship?

That’s to say, a heterosexual one?

In line with a College of California-Riverside professor, the 2 are one and the identical.

As reported  Campus Reform, Jane Ward works within the space of Gender and Sexuality Research.

She was just lately spotlighted in an article at Insider.com.

The headline:

“Why Heterosexual Relationships Are So Unhealthy for Us, In line with a Intercourse Researcher”

Jane’s not solely a instructor, however an creator.

Her e-book: The Tragedy of Heterosexuality.

To Insider, Ward defined that straight guys and gals ain’t so into one another.

From the sound of it, it is perhaps the fellas’ fault:

“It actually appears like straight women and men don’t like one another very a lot, that girls spend a lot time complaining about males, and we nonetheless have a lot proof of misogyny.”

To be clear:

“From an LGBT perspective, [being straight] appears really very tragic.”

Some individuals do have an terrible time of it — that’s for certain.

Campus Reform notes the Insider article “cites an uptick in divorces and relationship issues amongst straight {couples}” during the last 12 months specifically.

To listen to Jane inform it, the obnoxious nature of man-woman relations is clearer than ever, courtesy of COVID.

“I believe in some methods, the pandemic is revealing the tragedy of heterosexuality to individuals who won’t have in any other case paid consideration to it.”

As indicated in her e-book, Jane feels for her straight-girl friends:

“I discover it miserable to see what my straight feminine associates put up with concerning therapy from males. I actually sympathize with these ladies, however on the identical time it makes me really feel alienated from them.”

Extra from Campus Reform:

Ward…causes that gender reveals and weddings are disasters within the heterosexual dynamic because of incidents like wildfires and coronavirus outbreaks. Ward insists that one other “tragedy” of heterosexuality is that straight males are pushed to objectify ladies.

Ward describes a “misogyny paradox” that she claims leads straight males to wrestle to respect ladies, says that males are seen as “extra masculine’” after they objectify ladies.

What’s mistaken with males? Effectively, for one, it’s too unhealthy they’ll’t perceive fairness’s okay:

“I believe that if males might acknowledge that fairness and feminism are literally actually central to a wholesome and pleased relationship, if that’s one thing they need, then they may have the ability to transfer additional in that route.”

So why precisely did Jane write her e-book?

Campus Reform requested.

Through e-mail, she laid it out:

“I wrote this e-book as a result of I really like straight individuals, and since the analysis on heterosexual marital satisfaction over the life course exhibits that straight {couples} are struggling to steadiness work and household obligations and this results in frustration and resentment for a lot of straight ladies, specifically.”

Should you’d prefer to study extra from the professor, you’re (white?) privileged to take her programs.

Per Jane’s web site, she affords lessons in “feminist, queer, and heterosexuality research.”

Possibly a few of you heterosexuals ought to enroll.

Maybe with a little bit of training, you possibly can flip that tragedy into one thing triumphant tolerable.

Might God have mercy in your faulty souls.

-ALEX

 

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