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Not content with breaking down bathroom barriers, the Transgender Rights Movement, in tandem with the Obama administration, is now attempting to tackle gender-specific dormitories.
From Thomson Reuters:
Known as the “dear colleague” letter, it makes clear that federal law protects transgender students’ right to live in housing that reflects their gender identity.
Schools that fail to provide adequate housing to transgender students could face lawsuits or the loss of any federal funding they rely on.
Although hundreds of universities had begun to offer gender-inclusive housing in response to student demand in recent years, many are now reviewing or expediting their plans so they can provide the option to incoming students for the first time this fall.
The policies are intended not only to accommodate transgender students, university officials say, but to help siblings, gay students who want to live with straight friends of the opposite gender or simply groups comfortable with mixed-gender housing.
What a time to drop this imperative. The left can’t figure out if they want to assimilate everyone into one giant, androgynous, gender fluid society, or if they want to segregate college-aged men, lest their daughters fall victim to our base savagery. We fraternity men truly are the last bastion of pure, unadulterated masculinity left in this increasingly trans-sexual world. Just a bunch of dudes all living in one house, showering together, and occasionally rubbing their nut sacks on each other. The epitome of testosterone.
Nevertheless, if the Obama administration shat this letter out four or five years ago, you can bet your pengina I would have been gender-bending my way into the sorority suites..
[via Thomson Reuters]