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Universities Cannot Keep Up With Changes to Pronouns and Gender

Universities Cannot Keep Up With Changes to Pronouns and Gender

“has caused significant confusion on some campuses”

This isn’t surprising at all. Who could possibly keep up with all of this? It changes so rapidly.

Campus Reform reports:

Universities struggle to keep up with gender and pronoun changes

Universities across the country are struggling to keep up as students change their gender and preferred pronouns.

This comes as the number of people identifying as a different gender and preferring alternate pronouns rises, with some even using multiple pronoun sets.

According to the 2020 Gender Census, 33% of transgender and non-binary individuals use two pronoun sets, and over 10% use three or more.

This new gender ideology has caused significant confusion on some campuses.

According to Genny Beemyn, director of the Stonewall Center at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, many colleges do not have information systems that allow students to provide their preferred pronouns and gender.

As a result, many institutions have had to devote significant resources toward this problem in an attempt to cater to trans and other “gender non-conforming” students.

Not only does the pronoun and gender swapping draw the attention and resources of university administrators, but its effects are also felt in the classroom.

In 2020, for example, Campus Reform reported that New York University began allowing students to change their preferred pronouns, with class rosters updated every night to reflect the changes.

Further exacerbating the confusion are recent changes made to the Common App, a college application aid that describes itself as “an experiment to simplify the admissions process has evolved into a global college access movement.”

These included the addition of two questions that allow applicants “to share their preferred first name” and “the option to multi-select or add their pronoun set” on college applications.


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Multiple sets of pronouns. The purpose being, of course, so that even if you ask you’ll still be wrong!

Well, it’s “fluid” of course; changing on the whims and need for attention of basement dwelling leftists.

How could they possibly keep up, and more importantly, how can they demand that we do?

Collecting pronouns like prizes from a Happy Meal…how do we let this continue in adult world?

Oh cool, you’re a student at Progressive U. What are your preferred pronouns and will they be in effect all day? How about your gender du jour?

Antifundamentalist | October 12, 2022 at 12:39 pm

My daughter showed me someone’s online profile who identified and nonbinary and their pronouns as “star” and “sparkle.” I can only hope that was done as a joke. If not, I would not be able to do it. It’s no different than adding delivery instructions to the pizza driver to ring the doorbell and say “Delivery for The Princess Meow” or something equally as bizarre.

    I went to Walmart for a flu shot.

    Almost vomited when I saw “gender assigned at birth.”

      Durak Kazyol in reply to Dimsdale. | October 13, 2022 at 9:13 am

      Why “almost?” If sane people all suffered projectile vomiting whenever they encountered this madness, the pronoun weirdos might have second thoughts about playing this destructive game.

      TTheDDoctor in reply to Dimsdale. | October 13, 2022 at 3:26 pm

      That’s literally just “biological sex.” It’s amazing how far we’ve come, to the point where institutions are scared stiff to call a spade a spade.

Once again, the social gurus at LI, both authors and commenters, correctly predict the consequences of a leftist social engineering fad years before the country’s credentialed “best and brightest” are reluctantly dragged to the same conclusion.

Is it really beneficial to your child any more to send him or her to an educational institution run by morons of this caliber?

They are updating class lists daily. But what if one of the weirdos changes gender and pronouns more often than that? Say, a couple times during a class…Surely that’s coming.

He/she/it. There, FIFY.

I use “your highness” or “your majesty.”

    Use Godschild.

    Unfailingly use their chosen pronouns and unfailingly report their failure to use yours. Especially those you report them to. Also, wear a body cam.