Marc J. Randazza, a lawyer who only considers the rights of men, defended Feldman's unhinged behavior to the Business Journal. “I myself received emails like this from him while I was his professor, and I did what any coward would do—shrugged it off. That's part of being a man without any courage or conviction. You hide in the social power arbitrarily afforded to you, based not on merit or intelligence or character, but on gender or skin color. You use it to protect yourself from having to emotionally mature and be a complete human being, while pretending to be superior to everyone else. That way no one challenges and you can continue to be an emotional infant, where people rush to bring you food and comfort whenever you cry and whine, and feel that they've done something wrong when you pout. I love being a white male and if you're not, it's your own damn fault."
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