Though my impression is that the Liberal-minded (TM) are supposed to be pretending that actual gender is now totally irrelevant, one of the wildly popular gripe sessions currently running on the Bloggernacle purports to complain about BYU and their abysmally disproportionate and execrable "balance" of male/female professors. It occurred to me that at least optimally, the survey should be listing the more imaginative "gender identity", rather than actual genotypical and phenotypical sex, since that kind of thing is so passe, but apparently data of more contemporary oeuvre was not in hand.
Of course, the moderators of that forum, in a shining example of the virtue of tolerance for diversity, peremptorily banned my obstreperous crude comments years ago, so I expect my observations went unheeded. Without exception, other comments seemed to be participating in the popular hate-fest of condemnations and disaffected gripes for BYU, Provo, Utah, and the Church in general.
Helpful suggestion for those who hate a particular place: Why not go somewhere else to seek happiness? There ARE actually several people who do love being here. Are you so anxious to tear things down?
BTW: While attending University of California for my Bachelor's Degree, I never encountered any female professors. I had no idea that it made such difference in the quality of my education. Never realized how much I was deprived. As I can recall, I did have at least one female professor at Ricks College when I attended there, so it would appear that Church schools are 100% better than University of California.
PS: Article appearing in the Salt Lake Tribune follows the Bloggernacle article. In typical SLTrib fashion, the comments following are mostly either hilarious or quite unintelligible.