Murray State University Offers Students Sizing Assistance for Chest Binders
“does not provide chest binders, they provide assistance with sizing and allow students to try different sizes on”
A chest binder is a device used by females to flatten their chest, to make them seem less female. How did we get to this place?
Campus Reform reports:
This university encourages students to use chest binders
Murray State University (MSU) in Kentucky recently revealed its newest LGBTQ initiative: Chest Binding services.
“Chest binding,” according to WebMD, “is a process of flattening your chest to make it more male-presenting” and “is a common step in the female-to-male transition.”
The MSU Pride Center sponsors the service, which offers help with “sizing” and even financial assistance to help purchase chest binders.
According to The Murray State News, the school “does not provide chest binders, they provide assistance with sizing and allow students to try different sizes on.”
MSU’s offering of chest binding and other “gender-affirming” services is not infrequent.
Campus Reform reported that The University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) and California State University, Fullerton LGBTQ centers opened exclusive closets for LGBTQ students.
UPenn’s closet aims to provide an array of items such as “binders, shapewear, tucking underwear, and tucking tape.” Other Universities across the country, such as the University of North Texas, offer chest binders to students through clothing closets.
Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.
“The MSU Pride Center sponsors the service …”
Remember, college is a place to be trained for a career and to enter the life of the mind.
This is the mind they are learning.
I’m not terribly certain that I would be opposed to a very slow boiling process to obtain the fats and oils (for animal consumption) of the individuals offering this service
I would encourage a cis female student to visit their Engineering Library and ask to be shown their dildo collection. Not to buy, of course.