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Profs Recommend Students Wear Name Tags With Preferred Gender Pronouns

Profs Recommend Students Wear Name Tags With Preferred Gender Pronouns

“To rid classrooms of microaggressions”

The left is obsessed with preferred pronouns and will stop at nothing to force this on everyone else.

Campus Reform reports:

Profs suggest students wear ‘name cards with gender pronouns’

Professors should promote “dialogue, not debate” during class to prevent students from committing microaggressions, according to two New England professors.

In the latest issue of the Journal of Teaching in Social Work, New York University Professor Justin Lerner and Simmons College Professor Anjali Fulambarker urge their colleagues to cultivate a “space free from microaggressions” by adopting a “social justice agenda” in class.

To rid classrooms of microaggressions, their first recommendation for professors involves requiring students to wear “name cards with gender pronouns” so that students “can avoid being mislabeled from the 1st day.”

“Each week, for the entirety of the semester, students should wear these name tags, which also may help the instructor take attendance by picking up the name tags at the end of class each week,” they explain.

After students create their name cards, Lerner and Fulambarker urge professors to establish “group guidelines” so that students’ “comfort” is kept in mind. The principle of “dialogue, not debate” is one of the most important guidelines, the two note.

Debate, they warn, “involves one person proving the other person wrong, or themselves to be right. Of course, this is a zero sum [sic] game.”

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Comments

I just LUUUUUV it!

Time to use what’s been proposed by many bloggers and columnists in the recent past — beat ’em at their own game.

Proclaim that henceforth the only acceptable pronoun to for others to use to address you shall be “Your Majesty” or “Your Highness” or “Your Supreme Ruler of the Universe” or something like that. The possibilities are deliciously rich and endless.

Because focusing on differences (even pretend differences) instead of our commonality has always been a good idea. What could possibly go wrong?

The Friendly Grizzly | December 28, 2017 at 10:36 am

Mine is “Your Majesteigh” and you better spel it right.

Mine will be SHE-IT.

What is going to ultimately happen is we will call they Student Last Name and Teacher/Professor Last Name. This will start in pre-school thru graduate school. Students will probably have to call each other this also.

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