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Clemson University Event Will Allow Students to Create Their Own Gender

Clemson University Event Will Allow Students to Create Their Own Gender

“We create gender every day whether we realize it or not”

It’s almost like all of American academia is slowly turning into one big gender studies department.

The Daily Caller reports:

Clemson Hosts ‘Create Your Own Gender Adventure’

Interested Clemson University students will be able to “create a new gender” as a part of an upcoming event titled, “Lara Americo: Create Your Owner Gender Adventure Student Workshop,” slated for Nov. 14, and hosted by the school’s Gantt Multicultural Center.

“Have you ever consciously created your gender? We create gender every day whether we realize it or not,” the event’s description declares on the university’s website. “When we wake up, with clothes and mannerisms, we perform and create gender. In this interactive presentation, we will create a new gender. What will yours be?”

Lara Americo, the individual hosting the event, is described as a social justice activist. “In my talks, I give audiences tools to help them understand the often complex topic of gender identity and breaking the gender binary, allowing them to understand my own personal experiences within a collective survey of the LGBTQ community,” Americo’s website states.

Furthermore, Americo’s website provides a description and video of a previously performed “Create Your Own Gender Adventure” at the Nasty Woman United Fest 2018 in Manhattan, New York City.

“My name is Lara Americo, and this is not performance art, I promise. This is a science experiment, and like every proper science experiment, you need a human subject, and I am your human subject for today,” Americo stated in the video of the NYC event, adding, “In this experiment, we are going to create gender.”

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Clemson has gone full blown nuts in the last few years.
I think her comment above that this is about science is hilarious/ludicrous.
If they really went with science, there would be male/female (with a tiny hermaphrodite or other genetic anomaly), and that would be the end of it.

    healthguyfsu in reply to lc. | November 1, 2018 at 5:50 pm

    Just as a side note, genetic anomalies rarely match up with or explain all transgenders.

    For example, the individuals suffering from De La Chappelle (XX Male) Syndrome or Androgen insensitivity syndrome (XY but feminized male) are more rarified than transgenders and not all of those sufferers are transgender.

My new gender is “elusive”.

It changes depending on what pronoun you use for me, always evading and always condemning you to a hate crime hearing.

Oh the endless, delicious possibilities, especially when combined with you being able to demand others address you by your preferred/defined pronoun (or face the draconian Star Chamber academic kangaroo kourts).

Let’s see now…
Combination of unicorn/dodo/triceratops, able to urinate and defecate wherever I please. You may address me by “Your Exalted Unidotop.

Or, just parlay the pronoun of choice and demand others address me as “Your Majesty” and bow/courtesy accordingly. Else, “Off with their heads!”

Have to beat them at their own game.

Unidotops of the world, unite!

And only thee proper paring of two can procreate …

“My name is Lara Americo, and this is not performance art, I promise. This is a science experiment …”

Because, you can tell it’s really science whenever a performance artist insists it must be so?

When was the last time you heard an actual scientist doing actual science declare, “Really, this is science”?

What’s next, someone’s dog poops on the sidewalk and its owner declares, “This is not dog poop, this is really art”?

The art of argument by assertion: it must be so if you say it’s so. Except (perhaps) when the assertion itself is a huge “tell” that it’s not?

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