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  • Writer's pictureJoanne Jacobs

Prof suspended for 'anti-trans' chocolates will be back in class


A California history professor will return to teaching, nine months after he was suspended for bringing "transphobic" chocolates to a campus open house, reports David Glasser in College Fix.


David Richardson brought Jeremy's Chocolates, which are labeled "He/Him" (with nuts) and "She/Her" (without nuts) to a Madera Community College event in May, 2023.


A transgender faculty member objected.


Richardson, who's taught at the college for 30 years, was cleared on Title IX charges in mid-December, but not notified till January. He's scheduled to resume teaching on Feb. 20.


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m_t_anderson
Feb 04

Tranzies be like Peter Paul candies: sometimes you feel like a nut, some times you don't.


(Mounds and Almond Joy for those of you who came in late.)

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Bill Parker
Bill Parker
Feb 04

The amount of crap which passes for higher education these days is pathetic...IMO, I prefer to buy

baker's chocolate which is 100% cacao, quite bitter (goes great with some peanut butter) and has

2 net carbs per oz...


I make it a point not to buy foods that have gender labels on them, not to mention with

inflation, the packaging probably makes it more expensive though I doubt the actual

chocolate quality is top notch :)

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m_t_anderson
Feb 04
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Amen. While not 100-percenters, my wife and I do appreciate both the flavors and health benefits of weapons-grade chocolates, available with out prescription at all quality supermarkets.

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