Things get tricky when you have a "queer disabled feminist" instructor. The University of Pennsylvania teacher will call on white males last, if at all.

Stephanie McKellop seeks "social justice" in her classroom. She only call on those who are at the top of the victimhood hierarchy and works her way down to the horrible white males.

She took to Twitter to explain, "Other [people of color] get second tier priority. And, if I have to, white men."

Since this tweet went viral she has set her account to private.

A past teacher taught her to advance such supposed social justice. From the Daily Caller:

McKellop said that an “amazing” professor taught her that policy during her undergraduate career.

“In normal life, who has the easiest time speaking, most opportunities? Flip it,” she said in another tweet.

“The classroom is the place YOU get to control social setting,” the TA continued. “Prioritize and encourage voices who are talked over most often.”

As you may have guessed there are many far leftists who reject individualism and defend the actions of McKellop.

Per Inside Higher Ed:

"If I have a class of 40 students, since Hunter is predominantly young women, I may have four or five young men in class," said Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York professor Jessie Daniels. "There's still implicit bias, where we value men's voices more than women's voices, or men's voices are deeper and carry more in a class. So I'm always trying to overcome my own bias to pick on men in class more than the women. ... This is a way of dealing with discrimination that we as professors can introduce into the classroom. It's a good strategy, if you can do it."

University of Pennsylvania Teacher Stephanie McKellop

University of Pennsylvania Teacher Will Not Call On White Males, Stephanie McKellop

So they can slight white people for anything they desire and the white people are in no way allowed to return fire. Got it.

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