(Washington Times) -- Caitlyn Jenner, taking pride in his or her decolletage with a smart new frock for his famous Vanity Fair photo shoot, started the madness of the summer of ‘15, but he’s got nothing on the educationist establishment. They’re nothing but boobs (and proud of it).
The University of Tennessee, once known mostly for football as she was meant to be played, has joined seats of advanced learning in Michigan, Maryland, North Carolina and Vermont in performing imaginative radical surgery on the language. We can be sure that California will not be far behind.
Though the new pronouns are not official university policy, not yet, the university’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion is officially encouraging students, professors, athletes, cooks, parking-lot attendants, groundskeepers, latrine orderlies and many others — everyone who bleeds orange and white — to think not only beyond male and female, but beyond the pronouns used for centuries to describe such creatures. The new, gender-neutral pronouns are “xe,” “xym,” and “xyr.” And you thought “Ms.” (pronounced “Mzz”), invented to describe women who had not yet caught a man, was gross enough.
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