Are you a man who looks like a man? Do you go by 'he'? Have you never in your life been mistaken for something other than a male? Doesn't matter, you'd be asked to wear a button if you attend Champlain College in Vermont.
Champlain’s Director of Residential Life, Danielle Berube claimed that, “We have a number of students who identify as transgender or on the non-binary spectrum, and about a week before orientation while we were pulling together materials, the idea just kind of came out of the air.”
“It just seemed like a no-brainer — a very easy way to make the first day of college for a number of our students maybe a little bit easier,” she added.
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The pins contain pronouns ranging from she/her and he/him to they/them and xe/xem.
“We have seen a lot of students who have really taken hold of pronoun use as being something they recognize as being an important way of showing respect and acceptance and support to their peers and to themselves,” said Maggie Melvin, associate director of the Women and Gender Cente.
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Not everyone is on board with the idea though.
“Certainly, there’s resistance or folks who maybe it just doesn’t jive with their beliefs or their own thinking, but we’re in an educational atmosphere, so this is the place where people are supposed to confront their values and beliefs and understand them or push on them. This is the place where we should be doing this,” Berube ironically said.
Universities have been known to push these ideas of gender while silencing opposition to it. If anything, left-wing ideals are not being confronted at all, but rather embraced. Any view point contrary to the leftist norm is censored and berated.