Legislators need to stop Texas Tech’s political advocacy

Pratt on TexasLast year I published a story demonstrating that Texas Tech University is specifically advocating for homosexuality and so-called transgender behavior with a full time office dedicated to such social and political advocacy paid for by you, the Texas taxpayer.

The aggressive nature of the public institution’s advocacy was shown in a story last week which made the world’s press. The story documented that a Texas Tech Health Sciences Center speech clinic is using taxpayer resources to hold workshops to teach men, who choose to wear lingerie, dresses, and wigs to pretend they are women, how they can sound more feminine when speaking.

This is not a health issue in any manner. It is a public university using taxpayer money to advocate, train, and support a social-political movement.

As it stands now, Tech is using your money to promote what is generally understood to be a Leftist political movement. That should stop and our legislators should ensure it does.

The TTU Office of LGBTQIA, based upon its actions and posts to its web pages, is engaged in campaigning for homosexuality. The TTUHSC clinic, in teaching how to speak like a woman, is directly aiding people’s personal lifestyle choices.

Texas Tech is not engaging in protection from systematic violence or harassment of homosexuals on campus, it is advocating for their lifestyle using taxpayer money so to do.

A May 2018 post on the Texas Tech University Lgbtqia Facebook page. This is political and social advocacy for an issue, not education or emotional support.

One of Obama’s last acts as president was to force federal prisons to let feminine men live in women’s prisons and masculine women go to prisons for males. Now, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has put a stop to this dangerous silliness and will require such decisions to be examined case-by-case.

Any help Texas Tech gives people for their lifestyle choices, especially sexual, should also be limited to specific individual, genuine cases of actual violence, harassment, or unlawful discrimination.

As it stands now, Tech is using your money to promote what is generally understood to be a Leftist political movement. That should stop and our legislators should ensure it does.

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