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As someone who proposed and teaches a course on "masculinities," I find this alarming, to say the least. I would appreciate any of these politicians signing up for a masculinities course before making assumptions. If expanding concepts of masculinity to enable men to be who they want to be beyond established parameters is considered a "war on men," then call me General. Seriously... Leave education to educators.
"The latest row over academic freedom erupted at the University of Wisconsin at Madison in December when a Republican state senator, Steve Nass, launched an attack on the chancellor and regents over an undergraduate program on masculinity that Nass claims “declares war on men”.