It must be wonderful to be anything other than Caucasian in a country run by moonbats. No matter how irresponsibly you behave, the race card can be applied to any conceivable jam you might get yourself into. For example, tenured English professor Lisa Chávez involved students in her dominatrix business. If you object then you’re a racist:
Life has become extremely complex in the University of New Mexico’s English department in the three years since Lisa D. Chávez, a tenured associate professor, was discovered moonlighting as the phone-sex dominatrix “Mistress Jade,” and posing in promotional pictures sexually dominating one of her own graduate students. …
Several members of the English department accuse Ms. Chávez of abusing her power over students, and allege that the administration retaliated against professors who complained about her extracurricular activities. They also say that the university administration violated a basic principle of shared governance by not entrusting the investigation of Ms. Chávez to a faculty ethics committee.
For her part, Ms. Chávez has accused her accusers, in complaints to the university and the state, of discriminating against her because she is bisexual and Hispanic.
Not only racists but homophobes! For social justice to prevail, all of Professor Jade’s detractors must be fired at once, and then forced to submit in her dungeon of dark and deviant delights.
In addition to encouraging students to work in phone sex and posing with them for promotional photographs while simulating sadomasochistic acts, Chávez invited them to raucous parties at her house.
Word escaped of the sexually charged conversations in her creative writing class; in July 2007, some photos of Chávez found their way to the Chairman of the English Department, accompanied by a note signed “appalled parents.”
Appalled fellow teachers complained too. Well conditioned by political correctness, the educrats sided with Chávez.
Brenda Claiborne, dean of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences, subsequently warned faculty members that if they continued to demand action be taken against Ms. Chávez, they could face negative consequences, including lawsuits for slander or a decision by the university to abolish the entire creative-writing program.
The legal action wasn’t long in coming.
Soon after, Ms. Chávez filed a discrimination complaint with the state alleging that the accusations against her stemmed from bias based on her being Hispanic and bisexual.
As for the other teachers who allegedly inflicted this bias, they have been subjected to “administrative threats and various acts of administrative retaliation” for daring to complain about Chávez, who is still on the job teaching and advising students. It looks like the lesson they can take home will be this: no matter what, nonwhites and perverts are always right.