A 29-year-old law student is feeling the heat from her university in Scotland after her bold remarks regarding the female gender.
Lisa Keogh from Scotland’s Abertay University is currently facing major disciplinary action for stating how women are the weaker sex because they have vaginas. The shocking news was revealed during a recent video seminar. Therefore, the news was not appreciated by the university’s chiefs as her classmates went about reporting the student’s behavior that upset many, especially those from the female gender.
“It is a fact that women can never be as strong as men because they have female genitals. They lack a p*nis and that’s why their physical strength will always be less,” Lisa went on to reveal boldly.
The 29-year-old is currently studying law at the Abertay University but after her recent comments sparked outrage in the community as well as her own university, Lisa fears her law career might be in jeopardy for the remarks made recently.
Lisa is a mother of two who claims she felt the need to raise her voice during the video seminar that related to gender feminism as well as the law. This is where she raised her concerns regarding how trans women taking part in classes comprising of mixed gender martial arts should be given a second thought.
In the same way, Lisa also spoke about how a woman that had testosterone in her body for nearly 32 years is bound to be stronger genetically than an average woman who didn’t. And that’s when the accusations began piling up against her for calling women the weaker gender.
Meanwhile, Lisa gave a recent interview to the Times where she revealed how she felt that this was all a joke. “I honestly cannot believe that the university would actually go about behaving like this. It’s like prosecuting me against my freedom of speech,” she revealed.