College students in America transformed into Mao’s Red Guard so gradually, I hardly even noticed.

The College Fix reports:

Professors who voiced conservative views reported to university’s bias response team

Two professors who voiced conservative viewpoints at Grand Valley State University in Michigan were reported to the school’s bias response team by students in their class, according to documents recently obtained by The College Fix through a public records act request.

In one case, a professor stated they believed there are only two genders and did not want to use pronouns such as Ze and Zir. In the second case, a professor said he believed children deserved to be raised by a mother and father, a statement that — after it was reported to campus administrators — prompted the department chair to have a “conversation with the faculty member about the incident,” a campus spokesperson told The College Fix.

The two bias incidents were reported during the fall 2015 semester.

One bias report was filed against associate professor of philosophy Mark Moes by a student in one of his Philosophy 101 courses, according to the list of bias incidents reported that semester that was obtained by The Fix.

“Moes verbally attacked the rights of same-sex couples” because he stated that “children need opposite sex parents,’’ and that there is psychological proof that children brought up with same-sex parents grow up to have “all sorts of personality disorders,” the student wrote in their complaint.