Education is supposed to enrich our minds and teach us how to be functioning members of society — but apparently students at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York are being taught the opposite.
In the administration’s Gender Neutral Language Guidelines, students and administrators are pressured to use “alternatives” even when it is blatantly “grammatically incorrect”.
The bizarre guide states:
“Where possible and appropriate, use second person (you, your, yours). Second person not only eliminates gender reference, but also makes the copy more personal and engaging.”
The guide also goes on to suggest they avoid the terms “mother” and “father” — instead they recommend say “parents”. Additionally, the term “mankind” is also banned in exchange for “humankind”. The guide tells students to avoid using “homosexual” and instead apply “the more inclusive LGBTQ community as appropriate.”
This isn’t the first time, however, for a college to try to employ complete control over the words their students and faculty use. Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts has also released a guide to how to speak “inclusively” in an effort to not offend.
Read Emerson College’s strange guide here.
The end-game of this liberal PC-culture indoctrination was seen at UC-Berkley when the student body nearly burned down their campus in a desperate attempt to not hear opposing viewpoints from conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos.
Even following the event, a professor at the campus accused “conservative agitators” of causing the violent protests at the event. As a result of the fiasco, the school is forced to prepare far in advance for an event with the controversial Ann Coulter.
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(H/T The Daily Caller)