Bridget McKenzie formerly taught mathematics, believe it or not

The allegations of this type of behaviour would be incredibly concerning for the one-third of women in the graduate program being so depicted.”

– The Nationals senator means one-third minus the unconcerned hotties who made the list
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10 Responses to Bridget McKenzie formerly taught mathematics, believe it or not

  1. NFA says:

    Sack all puberty servants now.

  2. Lee says:

    Young males compare and rate “hotties.”

    Hold the presses!

  3. MatrixTransform says:

    Key points:
    -The list reportedly ranked women in the department’s graduate program by attractiveness
    -An external investigation was unable to substantiate its existence

    … I think I can see the problem

  4. Buccaneer says:

    “On the 30th of March, we were verbally notified there was a rumour of a list and then in May we had some further verbal advice,” Ms Bridger said.

    “We actually reached out and contacted the grad in May and on the 19th of May, we got a written complaint.”

    Take all the males on campus to Salem, burn them at the stake. No actual evidence is hardly an excuse to not punish as many young men as possible.

    Good to see taxpayers getting such wonderful value for money, particularly from Bridget Archer, what other unsubstantiated claims can she elevate via the partisan ABC?

  5. Tel says:

    Remember the good old days when we could scoff at Rev Fred Nile and his party of Christian prudes?

    Now we have replaced Fred Nile with secular neo-prudism … seems to have lost the jovial atmosphere.

  6. RacerX says:

    An external investigation was unable to substantiate its existence

    They won’t let such an inconvenient fact get in the way of their narrative.

  7. jupes says:

    We are such an unserious country.

  8. cuckoo says:

    Seriously, it does my heart good to see that this sort of thing is still happening (if it is) when one considers the decades of social engineering devoted to stamping it out. As Dr. Ian Malcolm observed, life finds a way, life breaks through.

  9. C.L. says:

    I’ve missed you, Cuckoo!

    Seriously, it does my heart good to see that this sort of thing is still happening…

    I know. It really warms the cockles.

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