Louder With Crowder
March 16, 2017
If we’ve learned anything from social justice warriors the past few years, it’s that they have lots of big problems.
Specifically with… everything. Ready your eyeballs for their latest gripe: Homecoming Kings and Queens. Problem? The titles are rather gender-specific terms. I’m sure you can see where this is going…
The University of Minnesota has become the latest university to do away with the traditional Homecoming King and Queen titles and replaces them with the gender-neutral “Royals” term.
Taking it one step further, University of Minnesota officials also point out that winners don’t even have to be one biological male and one biological female, stating on its website: “‘Royals’ … can be any combination of any gender identity.”
Rather than risk offending, they’re opting for “Genderless Royals.” Not to be confused with a Stephen King period piece… Though equally terrifying.
In short, sometimes the Queen may be a dude in a dress, and other times the King may be a variation of a genderless amoeba. Thus, crowning the She-Beast and His Gayness as “King and Queen” may be uncomfortable for all parties. Instead, this is the solution the university came up with.
So tolerant of them…
This is the pressing issue that universities are taking the time to tackle. Not that it’s surprising – colleges are festering with LGBT oddities (see University of Tennessee Bans Gender Based Pronouns. For Real… and OF COURSE: University Library Gives Students ‘Pronoun’ Labels. To Push Transgenderism!).
Clearly, LGBT has universities in its bedazzled clutches. And the swelling colossus is sure to grow even more as colleges cater to it like this. Leftists heap praises onto these progressive establishments for being all things inclusive, meanwhile actual problems go unsolved. Like Asian-Americans who are wrongfully denied entry into top schools, in the name of diversity, of course… But at least college man-beasts can prance around in princess outfits in peace. Finally. #Priorities
This article was posted: Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 7:23 am