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Universities Now Serve to Empower LGBT+ Communities

by | Jan 4, 2022 | Education | 0 comments

The primary goal of many colleges today is to greatly empower the LGBTTQQFAGPBDSM communities.  The acronym stands for: “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer, Questioning, Flexual, Asexual—well, it gets a little rank hereafter, so I won’t continue.

But case in point, after competing for three seasons on the men’s swimming team, the University of Pennsylvania now allows a man—a man—to compete against female athletes in intercollegiate swimming events, and he beats them soundly.  Think of it, the president of a major university, Ph.D. Amy Guttman, truly believes that a man can biologically mutate himself into a female athlete.  This is utterly freakish!

Even more, Ohio State has an army of 132 people on its diversity, equity, and inclusion staff—costing $13 million—which would cover in-state tuition for over eleven hundred students.

And just last week at the Catholic University,  Loyola Marymount, a student lost points on his theology test because he repeatedly used male-gender pronouns to describe—God.

Is it any wonder why college is absolutely of no value to 85% of our nation’s workforce?