You knew it was just a matter of time before someone on the left said this, right?

Jennifer Kabbany of The College Fix reported.

Prof Links UCSB Shooter’s Misogyny with Christianity’s ‘Strict Gender Roles’

A professor has linked the misogynistic mindset of UCSB assailant Elliot Rodger with the “strict gender roles” found among Christian conservatives.

While the educator acknowledged Rodger was not directly influenced by Christianity in an opinion column she penned Tuesday for, the professor asserts he was influenced by the modern day pick-up artist culture, which she says shares similar viewpoints on gender roles with conservative Christianity.

“Many commentators have discussed the ‘pick up artist’ (PUA) culture in which Rodger’s ideology is based, but broader cultural forces shape the exaggerated ideas of gender roles that are the foundation of Rodger’s misguided notions of masculinity and entitlement—including most conservative Christian constructions of strict gender roles,” writes Devin Kuhn-Choi, assistant professor in the religious studies program and the women’s and gender studies department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

“Though they approach beliefs about masculinity from different perspectives, both PUA and contemporary portrayals of conservative Christian masculinity share some similar points,” she continues. “… What I want to suggest through these comparisons is a larger cultural framework that shapes American notions of masculinity and sexuality.”