On Wednesday, Campus Reform said it went to Cornell University with a fake petition to ban Valentine’s Day out of concern it might be offensive to those not involved in a relationship.
According to Campus Reform:
…While most universities have yet to take action against the day, would students be willing to outlaw it if they felt their peers were offended by the celebration?
To find out, Campus Reform went undercover at Cornell University, armed with a fictitious petition to ban Valentine’s Day, on the grounds that it was simply too offensive to students without a romantic partner.
It quickly became clear that students at Cornell were more than willing to go along with any measure that would supposedly make campus a more inclusive space.
“That’s a really nice petition,” said one student, while another admitted “I’m in a relationship, but I totally understand.”
“I would also point out the administration is really heteronormative about [Valentine’s Day] which is kinda f***** up,” one student said.
Here’s the video:
What’s really scary is that these students may one day become national leaders. One can only imagine what damage they’ll do if they don’t grow up, get a clue and get de-programmed.
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