Naval Academy Woke Agenda

Amid War, Naval Academy Seeks Another Gender and Sexuality Professor

. . . According to the Academy’s website, the school’s mission is to “develop Midshipmen morally, mentally and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty in order to graduate leaders who are dedicated to a career of naval service and … to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government.”

Apparently, the Navy has interpreted that to mean hiring gender and sexuality “experts” and featuring drag queens in recruitment videos.

And it’s not just the naval Academy. The U.S. Military Academy, considered among the most “prestigious universities in the nation,” has also incorporated gender and sexuality into Army officer education.

West Point and the Air Force Academy even offer a minor in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Additionally, Nellis Air Force Base has developed a track record of hosting drag shows, regardless of opposition.

National Review contacted the Naval Academy for clarification on the purpose of the new position and whether it “would prepare graduates to fight the nation’s war,” but officials did not respond.

Travis Weber, a Naval Academy graduate and vice president for Policy and Government Affairs at Family Research Council, did address it with The Washington Stand. “This job posting — while only one data point — is an indicator of where our nation’s military is focused. And it’s not good,” he said.

He insisted the U.S. should be focused on “fires burning around the world [such as] the Russia-Ukraine war, an emerging war involving Israel in the Middle East, Azerbaijan displacing the Armenians from Nagorno-Karabakh in the blink of an eye without much notice from anyone, and the looming threat of China invading Taiwan.”

But instead, the U.S. is “pouring our nation’s increasingly thinning economic resources into a tenure track faculty position at one of our nation’s top military institutions that is focused on ‘Gender and Sexuality Studies.’”

Lt. General (Ret.) William G. Boykin, FRC’s executive vice president, also shared his concern with TWS, stating that

“the hiring of a gender and sexuality studies Professor for the Naval Academy is another example of how unaware this administration is in training and preparing young men and women for war and to be victorious.” He emphasized the Navy seems “oblivious” to what midshipmen really need.

Meg Kilgannon, senior fellow for Education Studies at FRC, agreed, adding that ironically, the more gender studies increase, “the less people [seem to] understand … men and women.”

She continued, “Whether in the field of education or military service, basic understanding about how bodies work and human nature itself should be as uncomplicated as possible.”

Experts say that not only is this topic being overcomplicated by the LGBT narrative, it is also having devastating consequences on recruitment.

According to The Heritage Foundation, “[L]eaders from the Army, Navy, and Air Force all dutifully reported that they expected to miss their annual recruiting goal this year by thousands.” Despite adding new benefits and bonuses, recruitment rates continue to worsen.

Woke “actions are a major contributor to the low enlistment in all our military services,” Boykin said.

As military institutions prioritize gender and sexuality education and recruitment suffers, “China is taking advantage of our distracted world to deport hundreds of North Korean defectors back to North Korea — where they will almost certainly be sent to forced labor camps,” Weber emphasized. He further noted that the West’s influence is on decline, and the East is seeking to “take its place.” . . .  (read more on The Washington Stand)


The English Department invites applications for the tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of English to begin as early as July 2024. We seek a specialist in Gender and Sexuality Studies (open period or genre). We welcome subspecialties in disability studies, film, and multiethnic or global Anglophone literature.

The Naval Academy English Department is a mix of civilians with doctorates and military officers. All tenure-track faculty teach both upper-level courses for English majors and sections of our two-semester first-year English sequence. The first-year courses, which are both introductions to literature and writing courses, are organized generically: plays, essays, and short stories in the fall; novels and poems in the spring.

Each instructor designs an individual syllabus and chooses which texts to teach within these guidelines. Teaching Load: 9 hours/semester (typically, two sections of first-year English and one upper-level literature course). Candidates should demonstrate a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and should show potential to continue an active scholarly program.

Full summer research support may be available for the first three years of new appointments; after that, civilians may receive partial research support by competing for internal research grants. Faculty members receive full federal government service benefits. For additional information about the department, visit our website:

This is an onsite, 10-month compensation, excepted service federal faculty position with a 3-year renewable appointment.  Salary for this position will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.



  • A Ph.D. in literature or closely related scholarly discipline (anticipated completion of Ph.D. no later than June 2024 is acceptable).


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  • The military has gone completely WOKE today.

    I served 28 years as a fighter pilot, 181 mission in Vietnam in the F-4E Phantom and retired as a Bird Colonel. The “BEST of the BEST” were promoted in my days and none of that CRT / DEI stuff was used, period.

    Note: I would not serve or have anything to do with the USAF / military today if I was 22 again….!

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