And all of this should make Chancellor James Moeser of UNC-Chapel Hill very proud. For years, he has been jealous of the University of California system because of its reputation for academic lunacy. He wants UNC to be the most idiotic (instead of the second-most idiotic) university system in America. And now, the young feminists of FSU are helping him achieve his goals – that is, when they are not helping each other to achieve orgasm.
But a word of warning to the young feminists of FSU is in order. Their events, which are geared toward women, do nothing to include certain groups that are suffering a crisis of "gender identity." And that is potentially problematic since Chancellor Moeser is now under pressure to add “gender identity” to UNC’s non-discrimination policy.
This new initiative would enable transsexuals in all stages of transition, such as cross-dressers, “inter-sexed” persons, and “inter-gendered” persons – groups that all deny their birth sex - to be included in the non-discrimination policy.
The Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor recently met with Moeser to discuss what he should do and how students “feel” about this issue. Needless to say, if "gender identity" is added to the UNC non-discrimination policy, it could have serious implications. For example, the creation of gender neutral bathrooms and special counseling to help students “transfer” gender could follow.
Given what we have just learned about the UNC students’ Orgasm Awareness Festival, it might be advisable for taxpayers to contact James Moeser (firstname.lastname@example.org) to offer some insight on “gender identity discrimination.”
Clearly, UNC needs some guidance from outside the walls of the asylum. The inmates have been in charge for too long.
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