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It May be Possible that the Majority of College Students Are Not Protesting, But Trying to Learn Something in Difficult Circumstances by The Elephant's Child

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Katie Pavlich reports on a new poll of college students by the Young America’s Foundation and conducted by Inc./Woman Trend which shows that the majority of students reject the absurd microaggression, triggering, politically correct, goofy gender neutral pronouns.

Sixty-two percent of students did not believe that professors should have the right to downgrade students for failing to use “gender inclusive” language like “humankind” in preference to men and women instead of “mankind.” That gets us into the “personholes” in the street instead of “manholes” which proves what silly territory this is. They didn’t go for the use of pronouns like “ze,” “zir,” and “xyr,” either, but not by nearly a large enough majority.

Nearly 7 in 10 students rejected Black Lives Matter. Given recent acts of violence against police officers, the Black Lives Matter movement has cultivated an anti-police culture.

Fifty percent of students prefer smaller government, and twenty percent more prefer free enterprise  than prefer socialism. That’s a little encouraging. Colleges may face a big backlash when parents wake up to what their kids are being taught and what they are paying outlandish fees for.


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That’s encouraging. I

Comment by kateyleigh

Little bits of hope, but the kids can’t all be haywire! Have faith in the (eventual) reasonableness of the ordinary kid.

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