Georgia State University’s Women’s Leadership Program Offers Choice of 10 Different Sets of Pronouns
“While the usual female pronouns are offered, so are male pronouns”
Does anyone in higher education know that most people look at things like this and laugh? It’s like they are parodying themselves.
The College Fix reports:
Public university offers 10 pronoun choices for women’s leadership program – including male pronouns
“WomenLead is a professional Signature Experience that equips undergraduate female students with the skills, experience and networking opportunities needed to get a seat at the table among business leaders,” according to the website for the Georgia State University business school program.
If you want to apply for the Robinson College of Business program, you’ll have no shortage of pronouns to choose from.
The application form for WomenLead includes 10 sets of pronouns as well as a field for entering your own, in case none of the listed options covers you.
Some will be familiar to College Fix readers, including “Xie, hir, hir, hirs, hirself” and “Ze, zir, zir, zirs, zirself.” The plural-pronoun series that starts with “they” is another option.
But others may be unfamiliar to even moderately woke students:
Co, co, cos, cos, coself
En, en, ens, ens, enself
Ey, em, eir, eirs, emself
Yo, yo, yos, yos, yoself [seriously]
Ve, vis, ver, ver, verself
While the usual female pronouns are offered, so are male pronouns, despite the fact that the program is titled “WomenLead” and it’s intended for self-identified women. (The only objective criteria on the application form is minimum GPA, however.)
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In Professor Grizzly’s class syllabus appears the following:
“Please inform Professor Grizzly how you wish to be addressed int he classroom or in office hours. Your choices are: “Mister”, “Miss”, or “Mrs.”. Those of you who are credentialled at the grasdulate level already will be addressed as “Doctor” if you so prefer.
“Professor Grizzly also informs any and all potential enrollees to his sections that these are the only choices. If thiese choices do not meet with your preferences or “demands”, he extends his welcome to those students in finding a section of this subject taught by another professor.”
Dumb just gets dumber.
Banana, fanna, fofanna, feefi, fofanna.
4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42.
Up, up, down, down, left, right, B, A.
This is what they’re spending their time on — rather than actually learning things.
I would choose my pronouns to be:
Your Majesty, His Majesty, and His Majesty’s