No propaganda, nothing. + Also the children’s books were kinda messed up….
To me, that signals ‘ideology I disagree with discussed by ideology I do agree with’. That is not the same as neutral or scientific. If people want to study these things, they should do it. However, don’t bother people who don’t care for the woes of children’s books with them in university. If you do, you might get people all believing the exact same things and mistaking their consensus for truth. That is dangerous in science, let alone in fields that are 100% interpretation.
As for my friends, they came to their senses the hard way: by challenging the ideology in the classroom and finding it to be pure propaganda.