If you have children attending Seattle University, you really should consider getting them out of there as fast as you can. The reason? Students there have apparently been so indoctrinated with left-wing psychobabble they can’t even explain the difference between males and females.
Worse yet, they seem to think that one’s gender is something the individual chooses, not something one is born with.
Recently, the Family Policy Institute of Washington went to the college to ask a few simple questions. This is what they reported:
The second episode in FPIW’s wildly popular College Kids Say the Darndest Things series launched Monday afternoon, just hours after the federal government inserted themselves into the battle between the unrealistic social justice agenda and biological science.
This episode, filmed near Seattle University, a Jesuit private school, asks college students if there is a difference between men and women. Some of the answers are hilarious, bizarre, and alarming. Is this really what our institutions of higher education are teaching?
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In a word, yes.
“I don’t think there’s any one way to distinguish between men and women, and I don’t think it’s necessary,” one person said.
“Gender is a societal construct,” another added.
Here’s the video, and brace yourself, because some of these answers are mind-boggling and yes, stupid:
My response to all this?
And it’s going to get much worse. Remember, these people are America’s future leaders.
God help us.
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