Professor will flunk students who refer to students as ‘male’ or ‘female’
August 31, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – Multiple professors at one college are using their positions of authority to regulate their students’ speech, threatening to flunk or even expel young people from class if they use certain offending phrases in class – like “referring to women/men as females or males.”
Gender and homosexuality politics are among the areas the professors are looking to influence the young people in their classes, along with race and immigration ideology.
The affronting terms that could land students in hot water in a number of Washington State University classes include “illegal alien” and “illegals,” CampusReform.org reports, but also considered oppressive and hateful by one teacher are the very definitions of gender, “male” and “female.”
The syllabus for Selena Lester Breikss’ “Women & Popular Culture” class says:
Gross generalizations, stereotypes, and derogatory/oppressive language are not acceptable. Use of racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, xenophobic, classist, or generally offensive language in class or submission of such material will not be tolerated. (This includes “The Man,” “Colored People,” “Illegals/Illegal Aliens,” “Tranny” and so on – or referring to women/men as females or males.)
Students in Breikss’ class could be kicked out or flunked if do not comply with her edict on “oppressive” language.
“If I see it or hear it, I will correct it in class since it can be a learning moment for many students,” Breikss states in the syllabus. “Repeated use of oppressive and hateful language will be handled accordingly – including but not limited to removal from the class without attendance or participation points, failure of the assignment, and – in extreme cases – failure for the semester.”
White students in another Washington State class will also be penalized if they do not “defer” to their non-white peers.
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