I came across the following report today that shows "political correctness" gone wild and I want to share it here with my own readers.. For according to the following report from The Mail Online news service out of the United Kingdom, at www.dailymail.co.uk, it appears that the University of Tennessee, out of Knoxville Tennessee, has had the ridiculous gall to request (demand) that their own staff stop using the phrases "He" or "She" in their daily dealings with staff and students... Yes, this is real, and I have that article right here for everyone to read for themselves.. I have my usual thoughts and comments to follow:
University of Tennessee tells staff and students to stop using 'he' and 'she' - and switch to 'xe', 'zir' and 'xyr' instead
- Gay rights official at Knoxville campus wrote new language instructions
- Tells students and staff to use unusual, gender-neutral pronouns like 'xe'
- Donna Braquet said that the new regime would make campus 'inclusive'
- University clarified that guidelines are not compulsory after critics called them 'absurd'
NTS Notes: OK, when in the hell will people with what ever is left of common sense put an end to this madness?
This is so ridiculous and beyond laughable... I cannot believe that the University of Tennessee has the utter gall to demand that their staff start using ridiculous words in place of common "he" and "she" in their daily dealings..
OK, Honestly what is wrong with "He" and "She" to start with? There are two sexes, male and female,(unlike what the insane politically correct crowd likes to promote) and the different words to signify that difference have been used for thousands of years! To suddenly demand that this University no longer use these words is to me a crushing blow to both common sense and to our society as a whole...
Honestly, I am so sick of "Political Correctness" and I hope my readers are as well... We must put an end to this madness and tell anyone that claims we are "not politically correct" to blow it out their asses and actually get a life!
More to come