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If you’ve always wanted to be a fairy princess, or a bear, or a Tyrannosaurus Rex, there’s never been a better time to be alive. These days, political correctness demands that identity lies squarely in the eye of, not the beholder, but rather the person being identified. There is no such thing as observable reality, or biology, or recognizable differences between people or groups of people. Whatever you decide you are, well, that’s what you are, and who are we plebes to question?
This insanity is creeping across the American landscape (where we apparently have to pass actual laws just to keep perverts out of women’s bathrooms), but it already permeates college campuses, where political correctness is rigidly enforced to the N’th degree.
If you don’t believe this is true, you’re about to find out just how wrong you are. Recently, the Family Policy Institute of Washington’s Joseph Blackholm visited the campus of the University of Washington to try to test the limits of what identity means. In his interviews with students on their way to and from class, he discovered that relentless, politically correct brainwashing can do a lot of things, including turn a short white dude into a 6″ 5′ Chinese woman!
In response to the question of whether or not bathrooms should be gender neutral, one student said yes because, “there doesn’t need to be a classification for differences.”
When asked what the response would be if he said he was a woman, the range of answers included, “good for you,” “nice to meet you,” and “I might be a little surprised, but I would say ‘good for you, be who you are.”
When asked what the reaction would be if he said he were seven years old, one person said she wouldn’t believe that… “immediately.” Another said, “if you feel seven at heart then so be it, yeah good for you.”
Should he be allowed to enroll in a first grade glass? One response was, “if that’s where you feel like mentally that you should be then I feel like there are communities that would accept you for that.”
There was some pushback when Blackholm told them he was 6″ 5’. One person said, “that I would question.” Another said, “If you truly believe I don’t think it’s harmful. I wouldn’t tell you you’re wrong. I feel like it’s not my place.”
“So, I can be a Chinese woman?”
[laughter] “um, sure”
“But, I can’t be a 6.5 Chinese woman.”
“If you thoroughly debated me…”
Folks, you’ve got to see it to believe it.
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