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Jan 24 2020

Pronoun Training at University of Minnesota

The heavily subsidized higher education industry costs society about $27,000 per student. For the money, students acquire information that was never needed before — like how to call people by the wrong pronoun in order to avoid punishment.

College Fix reports:

Faculty and staff at the University of Minnesota are gearing up to undergo pronoun training in order to make the campus a more welcoming environment for “transgender” and “non-binary” community members.

A university policy first floated in the summer of 2018 and recently finalized dictates that university employees “are expected to use the names, gender identities and pronouns specified to them by university members.” Failing to abide by this policy “could result in discipline,” according to the policy’s FAQ page.

There is no room in an inclusive community for thought criminals unwilling to make obeisance to leftist dogma. According to U of Minnesota educrat Erin Keyes, pandering to LGBT militants “is an essential piece of who we are.” Via Minnesota Daily:

One challenge for the University community will be overcoming social structures that have been deeply ingrained for generations, [Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life director Saby] Labor said.

Decades of debt isn’t the biggest price students have to pay these days. They also have to abandon a tradition going back to before our ancestors walked on two legs of meaningfully distinguishing between male and female.

On a tip from Rapinhoe.

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