one can certainly hope.
"I am writing to apply for the position of Director of the WRC (Women's Resource Center) at UNC Wilmington.
I noticed the position advertisement states that minimum requirements include 'tenure in an academic department at UNCW at the associate professor rank, experience in leadership development, and a demonstrated commitment to diversity and equity.' I believe that I am fully qualified for this position. ... While I do not have 'teaching experience in Women's Studies courses' I believe that I have 'a proven track record in collaborating with community agencies that work on behalf of women...'. For example, I organized the 'Run Against Rape' in April of 1995. This event raised money for the Rape Crisis Center with a five kilometer run. ... This fundraiser did not require teenage girls to march across a stage chanting '******.' Nor were ****** lollipops sold to spectators or participants. In short, I raised money to promote the dignity of women without asking them to act like women of ill-repute. ... I am not going to post the f-word or the p-word all over campus on ****** Day. In fact, I am going to cancel the ****** Monologues next year and replace it with the second installment of the Run Against Rape. ... Since my term is for four-years, I will cut the budget of the WRC by 25% per year. This will help students fight the rising cost of tuition by eliminating the WRC at the end of my term. When you consider that a) women are 70% of the student population at this university, and b) they make better grades than men, we don't really need a 'comfort zone' to help them escape from masculine oppression. And, come to think of it, I won't really need this job in four years. By then, I plan to...start a Men's Resource Center." --Mike Adams
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