TTU-LGBTQIA – what about R, S, Z, U or W?

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In a story exclusive to Pratt on Texas, we learned about Texas Tech using taxpayer money to propagandize faculty and staff about sex changes. An entire department was called together by university bureaucrats who proceeded to give the scholars a lesson on so-called “gender identity” and the grammar professors should and should not use in regards to one of their own who had decided to pretend to be a woman as opposed the man that he is, at least biologically.

To make her point to 100 or so mathematics scholars who deal in matters of nearly unfathomable complexity and precision, Jody Randall, Tech’s paid homosexual agenda office chief, presented a cartoon figure of a gingerbread man, or rather, person.

This gingerperson’s head had a brain labeled “Gender Identity,” a heart labeled “sexual orientation,” and then there was something between his and/or her legs resembling that symbol once used by the artist known thitherto as Prince – this was the biological sex. And the whole person was called “Gender Expression.”

We use the acronym LGBTQIA at Tech to stand for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, (questioning), intersex, asexual, and (agender)

Randall’s presentation seemed most focused upon what she asserts is grammatical correctness in discussing the gender-bending faculty member pointing out things that could be offensive. One wonders if she has considered the grammatical correctness of the inventing and changing of pronouns to accommodate her alphabet-soup movement.

Taxpayers are supporting Randall and her office in order to improve Tech’s reputation for homosexual-friendliness.

“We use the acronym LGBTQIA at Tech to stand for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, (questioning), intersex, asexual, and (agender),” she says on her web page apparently oblivious to the fact that LGBTQIA is hostile by ignoring those who identify with R, S, Z, U or W, not to mention the Cyrillic alphabet.

Isn’t “higher education” grand!?

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