More Proof Colleges are a Scam

For the last several years I have rallied against the concept of universal college education. Other than a tiny minority, colleges have created lifetime debt slaves. More examples why you are being cheated. Here are some actual college courses. For which you pay.

MCL 135: Vampires: Evolution of a Sexy Monster (University of Kentucky)

HIST 336: Saints, Witches, and Madwomen (University of Nebraska)

WOMGEN 1225: Leaning In, Hooking Up (Harvard University)

SOAN 261: Campus Sex in the Digital Age (Washington & Lee University)

GSWS 434: The Politics of Ugly (University of Pennsylvania)

AMS 398: FAT: The F-Word and the Public Body (Princeton University)

GWS 462: Hip Hop Feminism (University of Illinois)

GWS 255: Queer Lives, Queer Politics (University of Illinois)

SOC 388: Marriage in the Age of Trump (Davidson College)

HISTORY 330-0: Medieval Sexuality (Northwestern University)

AI 318: Zombies: Modern Myths, Race, and Capitalism (DePaul University)

SOCI 332: Alternative Genders (Texas A&M University)

AMCULT 103: Drag in America (University of Michigan)

AMCULT 334: Race, Gender, Sexuality and U.S. Culture in Video Games (University of Michigan)

AMCULT 411: Rednecks, Queers, and Country Music (University of Michigan)

WGS 255: Deconstructing the Diva (DePaul University)

GLBT 3404: Transnational Sexualities (University of Minnesota)

GSFS 0208: Unruly Bodies: Black Womanhood in Popular Culture (Middlebury College)

MC 2002: Media, Sport and Culture: Amplifying the Sporting-Ism (Louisiana State University)

THEO 025: The Bible and Horror (Georgetown University)

SOAS 3500: Queerness in South Asian Literature and Cinema (University of Iowa)

AADS 2204: Black Women and the Politics of Blackness and Beauty (Vanderbilt University)

AFR 334: Radical Theories of Political Struggle: Anti-Black Racism and the Obama Administration (Williams College)

COLT 0510F: Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, The Men and the Myths (Brown University)

HIST 379: Queering Colonialism (Washington & Lee University)

AMST 274: Rainbow Cowboys (and Girls): Gender, Race, Class, and Sexuality in Westerns (Wellesley College)

AFA 4430: Black Lives Matter (University of Florida)

RELI GU 4355: The African American Prophetic Political Tradition from David Walker to Barack Obama (Columbia University)

RELG 032: Queering God: Feminist and Queer Theology (Swarthmore College)

RELG 033: Queering the Bible (Swarthmore College)

ENVS 042: Ecofeminism (Swarthmore College)

FRSEMR 61D: Trying Socrates in the Age of Trump (Harvard University)

GSWS 2219: Deconstructing Masculinities (Bowdoin College)

GSFS 0325: American Misogyny (Middlebury College)

BLSTU 3850: Gender, Hip Hop, and the Politics of Representation (University of Missouri)

AAS 301: Black to the Future: Science, Fiction, and Society (Princeton University)

SOC 105: Race, Religion, & Donald Trump (Davidson College)

If that wasn’t enough…

“What If Harry Potter Is Real?” (Appalachian State University)

“God, Sex, Chocolate: Desire and the Spiritual Path” (UC San Diego)

“GaGa for Gaga: Sex, Gender, and Identity” (The University Of Virginia)

“Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame” (The University Of South Carolina)

“Philosophy And Star Trek” (Georgetown)

“Invented Languages: Klingon and Beyond” (The University Of Texas)

“The Science Of Superheroes” (UC Irvine)

“Learning From YouTube” (Pitzer College)

“Arguing with Judge Judy” (UC Berkeley)

“Elvis As Anthology” (The University Of Iowa)

“The Feminist Critique Of Christianity” (The University Of Pennsylvania)

“Zombies In Popular Media” (Columbia College)

“Far Side Entomology” (Oregon State)

“Interrogating Gender: Centuries of Dramatic Cross-Dressing” (Swarthmore)

“Oh, Look, a Chicken!” Embracing Distraction as a Way of Knowing (Belmont University)

“The Textual Appeal of Tupac Shakur” (University of Washington)

“Cyberporn And Society” (State University of New York at Buffalo)

“Sport For The Spectator” (The Ohio State University)

“Getting Dressed” (Princeton)

“How To Watch Television” (Montclair)

Seriously, what in the world has happened to our system of education? Society is rotting and decaying in so many ways, and our colleges and universities are prime examples.

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