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The director of women's and gender studies at a Pennsylvania university claimed "toxic masculinity" is "killing everyone" and blamed the phenomenon for the Texas church shooting.

Professor Colleen Clemens at Kutztown University in Berks County, Pa. tweeted that "Toxic Masculinity is killing everyone - repeat - toxic masculinity is killing everyone - repeat."

Tucker Carlson said he asked Clemens to come on his program to discuss her accusations, but that the woman replied that she "feared for her safety."

Catalina Magazine publisher Cathy Areu told Carlson that "toxic masculinity" is a real phenomenon, as men commit more violent crimes than women.

Clemens' initial tweet linked to a WPVI news story reporting that President Trump said the shooting was not a "gun [control] situation"

She later tweeted that "ad hominem attacks are petty and useless.  Engage with my ideas?  All for it. Trolls need not apply."

"Feel free to continue making assumptions about me. But in the meantime, I will be teaching while you sit around tweeting. SAD!" Clemens tweeted.

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