Conservative professor says he was suspended for handing out gendered chocolates where the 'She/Her' bars were nutless

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A conservative history professor at a California community college claims he's been suspended for running afoul of woke dogmas on campus.

David Richardson has been a history professor with the State Center Community College District for 26 years. Beforehand, he racked up another six years of experience in the district working as an instructor.

Despite his investment of time inside the district, Madera Community College decided not to cut Richardson slack over some sweet, reality-affirming humor.

Already in hot water with the SCCCD over his choice of provocative pronouns at an LGBT re-education seminar hosted by a transvestite, Richardson got his hands on a case of Daily Wire co-founder Jeremy Boreing's parodic "SheHer" and "HeHim" chocolate bars.

The female-designated chocolate bars were all chocolate whereas the male-designated chocolates contained nuts.

TheBlaze previously reported that Boreing advertised his gender-specific chocolates after Hershey's Canada featured transvestite Fae Johnstone as the face of its International Women's Day campaign called #HERforShe.

Fine. I'll do it. Introducing Jeremy's Chocolate.

Richardson told Just the News that he wasn't sure what to do with the parodic "goodies," so he brought them to share at a campus open house on April 29, where he evidently broke thin skin.

A staff member allegedly tried to engage Richardson in a confrontation over the binary chocolates, but he elected not to "make a scene."

Despite the dispute resolving without further incident, on Monday, a uniformed school police officer surprised Richardson with a knock on the door.

According to Just the News, the gay history professor was informed he had been placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into allegations of creating a "hostile work environment" and discriminating against colleagues on the basis of gender.

Accordingly, Richardson was barred from "non-public" areas of the district, prohibited from using his Madera email, and cautioned against taking "any action which could be construed as retaliation against anyone."

While Richardson enjoyed decades of camaraderie and good will in the district, he indicated that his resistance to the trans agenda has changed everything.

"I feel as if they've been sort of looking for a reason to get rid of me because I don't share the current opinion on neo pronouns and that kind of stuff," he told Fox News Digital. "Everything we do now is geared towards this ideology and diversity of viewpoint is being eliminated."

Richardson underscored that there is a chilling effect on free speech and that while others may agree with him, they are too cowardly to stick their necks out.

"People are afraid. Well, especially when they see what happens to people like me. They're afraid to just speak up," said the history professor. "We're basically being forced to take loyalty oaths. It was sort of like the second 'Red Scare' back in the late ‘40s, early ’50s, that if we cannot demonstrate our full commitment to the ideology, we will be purged. And I think I may find myself in that situation sooner rather than later, investigated for, 'creating a hostile work environment based on gender.'"

Unlike his colleagues, Richardson has clearly not been cowed.

Richardson reportedly signaled his noncompliance during a mandatory LGBT re-education seminar on "pronoun etiquette" in October 2021, which was helmed by transvestic chemistry professor Jamie MacArthur.

Those enrolled in the seminar were to indicate their name and so-called gender identity in a "small thumbnail."

According to Richardson's lawsuit against the district, he had indicated his pronouns were "Do, Re, Mi" in protest — to show that mandating an "irrational perception of reality ... would frustrate communication for ideological reasons."

The suit notes that "Richardson philosophically and intellectually disputes that any person can change empirical, ontological, or objective reality by a process of 'identification.' For example, he believes that a person will not grow an inch by identifying himself as 'taller.'"

MacArthur did not approve of Richardson's preferred pronouns or intellectual clarity, calling it "extremely offensive" to transvestites.

The history prof. was reprimanded, ordered to stop using pronouns mockingly, and reportedly compelled to complete six-hours of DEI re-education before writing a letter detailing how he might "create a more inclusive environment that does not center on homophobia or transphobia."

Following this incident, Richardson sued the district. He has indicated that his lawyer will file an amended complaint on his behalf that incorporates the chocolate bar-related investigation.

Richardson told Fox News Digital, "I never dreamed that expressing a different opinion could bring me to this point in my career."

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Daily Wire CEO licks Hershey's with a tasty alternative to 'woke chocolate companies that hate you'

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Jeremy Boreing, co-founder of the Daily Wire, responded to a controversial Hershey's Canada ad featuring a transgender activist by launching an unapologetically gender-specific rival to the chocolate giant's bars.

"We have two kinds: SheHer and HeHim," said Boreing, in the 48-second ad. "One of them has nuts. If you need me to tell you which one it is, keep giving your money to Hershey's."

Boreing encouraged consumers to stop "giving your money to woke corporations that hate you" in the brief ad released Friday.

Daily Wire personalities Michael Knowles and Brett Cooper flank Boreing as he walks onto the set to display the new product.

Daily Wire reported they had officially sold more than 200,000 bars in a Saturday afternoon tweet.

\u201cWe've officially sold more than 200,000 Jeremy's Chocolate bars and it's still climbing. Let's keep it going.\n\n\u201d
— Daily Wire (@Daily Wire) 1677952285

"I'm in," actor Rob Schneider tweeted Saturday.

\u201cI\u2019m in!\u201d
— Rob Schneider (@Rob Schneider) 1677939053

"Nothing is sweeter than truth," account @JeremysRazors tweeted in response. Jeremy's Razors, an alternative to Harry's Razors, is another company born of Boreing's capitalism-driven approach to directly challenging woke companies via old fashioned competition. His approach is simple: offer consumers an alternative to turning over heaps of cash to corporations that mock them and actively work against their most cherished values.

The websites for Hershey's and the Harry's alternatives are strategically easy to remember: and

\u201c@JeremyDBoreing Nothing is sweeter than truth.\u201d
— Jeremy Boreing (@Jeremy Boreing) 1677850604

"Does Hershey's even know what a woman is?" Brett Cooper asked in an Instagram post Friday.

The Hershey's Canada ad that sparked the unusual offering involved Fae Johnstone and four women whom the company chose to represent the face of its International Women's Day campaign called #HERforShe.

International Women's Day is March 8.

On its website, Hershey's Canada describes Johnstone, a biological man, as "a leading voice in the conversation around Canada's 2SLGBTQIA+ issues, advocating for transgender rights and banning conversion practices."

2sLGBTQIA+ is an acronym for two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual, and unspecified other categories.

The five, limited edition specialty bars with "Her for She" wrappers feature the names and artistically rendered faces of the people chosen for to represent the campaign.

Hershey's Canada shared the longer spot with the chosen five in an unlisted video on its YouTube channel. The video featuring Johnstone alone is also unlisted. The company links to both on its website.

"We can create a world where everyone is able to live in public space as their honest and authentic selves," Johnstone says in the individual spot.

The video announcing the offering garnered more than 4.3 million views since it aired Friday. Watch Boreing introduce the company's HeHim and SheHer varieties of Jeremy's Chocolate below.

Fine. I'll do it. Introducing Jeremy's Chocolate.

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