May 26, 2021


by: dexter


Tags: abertay university, lgbt, Lisa Keogh


Categories: legal

Intelligent Based Female Law Student Lisa Keogh Discriminated Against By Idiotic Woke University Because She Stated Biological Facts ‘Women Have Vaginas And Are Not As Physically Strong As Men’

Lisa Keogh is an intelligent law student who correctly said women were born with female genitals and the difference in physical strength between men and women ‘was a fact’ is facing disciplinary action by her idiotic university.

Lisa studies law at Abertay University in Dundee, she reported to university chiefs by her sjw classmates after she correctly said that women were not as physically strong as men.

The based student, who is in her final year, is insanely facing a formal investigation by the university for the scientifically correct comments.

The mother-of-two said she had been taking part in a video seminar about gender feminism and the law when she raised concerns about transgenders taking part in mixed martial arts.

After telling her classmates that a transgender who had testosterone in their body for 32 years would be genetically stronger than the average woman, the student was accused of calling women the ‘weaker sex’ (which they are).

Lisa stated; ‘I thought it was a joke. I thought there was no way that the university would pursue me for utilising my legal right to freedom of speech.’

Following the debate, in which Ms Keogh claims she was muted by her lecturer, the student was met with a flurry of abuse from her fellow classmates.

Ms Keogh, who is being supported by Joanna Cherry QC, the SNP MP for Edinburgh South West, continued: ‘I didn’t intend to be offensive but I did take part in a debate and outlined my sincerely held views.’

She added: ‘I wasn’t being mean, transphobic or offensive. I was stating a basic biological fact.’

The mother-of-two now fears her ambitions of becoming a lawyer may be jeopardised by the disciplinary action by her university.

An Abertay University spokesperson stated; ‘To be absolutely clear, freedom of speech within the law is not only permitted at Abertay but is strongly encouraged. All Universities should be places where controversial, challenging or even upsetting issues can be debated in a constructive and collegial way. The University does not comment on student disciplinary cases and is duty bound to investigate any complaints received.’

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