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Harvard Abandoned Me For Defending Biological Sex, Claims Former Lecturer

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Carole Hooven, a former Harvard lecturer, claimed her career was destroyed after defending biological sex and criticizing the use of “inclusive language” in medical schools.

Hooven’s comments were condemned by a Harvard DEI officer, leading to public criticism and online backlash, which eventually resulted in her leaving Harvard.

“I gave everything to that place,’ Carole Hooven said. “I had expected that they would (support me).” (Trending: Bombshell UFO Footage Released To The Public)

“The ideology seems to be that biology really isn’t as important as how somebody feels about themselves or feels their sex to be,” she said. “The facts are that there are, in fact, two sexes — there are male and female — and those sexes are designated by the kind of gametes we produce.”

“Let’s be clear: if you respect diverse gender identities & aim to use correct pronouns, then you would know that people with diverse genders/sexes can be pregnant incl Trans men, intersex people & gender nonconforming people,’ Harvard DEI officer Laura Simone Lewis wrote.

“Inclusive language like ‘pregnant people’ demonstrates respect for EVERYONE who has the ability to get pregnant, not just cis women.”

She suggested that DEI practices and outcry from progressive students emboldened the officer’s actions.

“A lot of the norms of discourse changed because of DEI influence,” Hooven said. ‘It was very influential, and I know for a fact that faculty were nervous about p—–g off the people on the DEI task force.”

Despite positive relationships with students, Hooven received little support from fellow staff at Harvard, leading her to leave the institution.

“This was 2021 and I didn’t know everything I know now. I had expected that they would (support me), but nobody knew what to do,” Hooven said.

“There was no evidence provided, and I looked for it, of any racist abuse on Twitter,” she said. ‘But that was the narrative, that’s all you need is just the appearance of something, a narrative.”

Hooven noted that she feels “no animosity” towards Lewis, saying, “This happened because DEI is so powerful in the university.”

“None of them were willing to do anything,” she said.

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