Sexist Student Evals

A few days ago, I asked for notable student evaluation stories. The response I got was overwhelming--and one thing kept popping up, again and again, in the hundreds of @replies I got. Evaluations of female professors that focused on -- well, not pedagogy. This is the "cream" of the crop.

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  1. There was the vague use of epithets that often referenced body size or shape, meant immediately to signify suboptimal classroom performance...
  2. There was so, so, so much about how they dressed or their hair (to be fair, the menfolk I talked to also got plenty about their hair and/or beards and/or lack of beards).
  3. Then, of course, there were references to "feminism" in general...
  4. The instructor as a sex object...
  5. And this one, the "best" of all. Contratulations, Katie, you "win" this contest of the abhorrent. Your prize is a cyberhug from everyone who reads this. ((((((()))))))))
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