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Vanderbilt U. now completely obsessed with gender pronouns

Vanderbilt U. now completely obsessed with gender pronouns

What did ze say about it?

Vanderbilt University has picked up the idea of preferred gender pronouns and run away with it. There are charts on campus to explain the proper usage of gender pronouns and name plates are providing individual pronoun preferences.

KLEW TV News reports:

Pronoun chart at Vanderbilt to ‘provide education, awareness about gender identity’

A pronoun chart at Vanderbilt University is to “provide awareness and education about gender identity,” according to the school.

Fox 17 inquired about the above poster reportedly at Vanderbilt. The school said the poster is part of a grassroots, student-led partnership with the faculty. The school said it’s there to provide education and awareness, “rather than establish a formal university policy,” the school said in a statement to Fox 17.

Vanderbilt said the poster was made in response to a student interest in “promoting inclusivity on campus.”

Current cost to attend Vanderbilt University? $44,496 per year.

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I speak English and will use English pronouns based on how I perceive you. I will try to be polite, but I will not bother to look you up in a codebook or try to decipher your nametag. If you want to be called something else, and ask politely, I will accommodate you if I remember. If you call yourself a fish, I’ll bring water. Or flies.

If you are an asshole about it, I’ll just call you Asshole.

Just don’t call me late for dinner.

Rapidly traveling the road from neurosis to psychosis, or so it seems to this layman.

The Friendly Grizzly | September 10, 2016 at 11:57 am

What a shame. And all this time, I thought Vandy was a serious, actual, real college.

    Awhile back, I considered their Graduate School. Fortunately, I visited there. After meeting several students as well as the head of the department, I realized it wasn’t a match. Although I didn’t know it at the time, what I was responding to was the germination of what has now come into fruition.

    I’m so thankful that I didn’t waste my time and talents there. Sad. I, too, had thought of the university as a fine place of learning.

“…part of a grassroots, student-led partnership with the faculty.” Translation: We’re letting the inmates run the asylum.”

Thanks to the Tennessee legislature for not allowing this nonsense at the University of Tennessee.

It would be so much fun to be in college these days. Between the preferred pronouns, inclusive language, and tampons in the men’s room, there’s literally no end to the fun one could have messing with fragile leftist minds.