That’s the policy mandated, uh,
dictated by Princeton University. Employees are told they are not permitted to use the word ‘man,’
they must use words such a human beings, individuals or people.
There’s a whole list of outlawed
words including: mankind, manpower, and manmade.
But it gets worse. West Virginia University has its own list. Instructing their 29,000 students to lie. They are told that they are “breaking federal law” if they don’t play along with the game of pretend and call men who dress as women by the pronoun “she.” Unless, of course they prefer a made up word such as “zir,” (spelled z-i-r), or hir (spelled h-i-r).
While Target refuses to protect women and children from male predators in the fitting rooms and rest rooms, they just announced plans to spend $20 million to install single-stall bathrooms--but not for the cross-dressing confused. No, those bathrooms are for the majority to stand in line to use. No word if they plan to install single room fitting rooms to protect against males taking pictures and videos of women and girls like occurred at Target stores in Idaho, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Texas, and Ohio. (Interestingly, an objector in the news story above said he would change his mind if women and girls were being victimized. They are.)
Target's CEO Brian Cornel stated, "Although we are planning for a challenging environment in the back half of the year, we believe we have the right strategy to restore traffic and sales growth over time." First they said it was because of the weather. Then Target blamed their 20.8 percent drop on a "challenging retail environment." -- an "environment" which wasn't experienced by the other big retailers like Walmart, whose profits increased.