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May 14 2021

Penn State Moves Toward Abolishing Gender

Insane as the “mainstream” culture presented by the liberal establishment is now, it will get crazier still. To see what’s coming next, look to the incubator of all things woke, academia. At Penn State, social engineers are moving forward with the abolition of gender:

The Pennsylvania State University’s faculty senate approved a new proposition that will remove “gendered” and “binary” language from the school’s program and course descriptions.

The campaign against gender is grounded in the effete intelligentsia’s fear and loathing of all things masculine.

“The University, as with most all academic institutions world-wide, has grown out of a typically male-centered world,” read a University Faculty Senate document explaining the proposed change. “As such, many terms in our lexicon carry a strong, male-centric, binary character to them. Terms such as ‘freshmen’ are decidedly male-specific, while terms such as ‘upperclassmen’ can be interpreted as both sexist and classist. Terms such as ‘junior’ and ‘senior’ are parallel to western male father-son naming conventions, and much of our written documentation uses he/she pronouns.”

The move will allegedly help students figure out their own gender identity. That way, they will now how to fill out the side of their cereal boxes.

The concept of gender cannot be eradicated completely, because it is still required for the gender studies courses that taxpayers subsidize.

“The committee recognizes that there may be places where these terms, especially gender terms, may need to remain intact, for example in the case of courses or degrees that delve into gender studies,” the document continued. “In such cases, efforts shall be made to clearly delineate between the ‘academic’ study of these gendered terms, and the newly established nomenclature as it would apply to faculty, staff, students, and guests.”

After this, they plan to push the envelope still further.

William Kenyon, a member of the Senate Committee on Curricular Affairs, hailed the move, saying that it was a good “first step” to make the university more inclusive.

Imagine what the last step would be. But there will be no last step. Moonbattery always begets further moonbattery.

On a tip from Franco.


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