Title IX is a scheme that is touted to help prevent discrimination based on gender. That seems fair enough doesn’t it? But what if the definition of words like “fair” and “sex”, and even “discrimination” morph into strange meanings never before considered? We all thought we knew, for example, what a male was. And actually, we do. Yes, we do, but the institution evidently does not. It has decided to redefine what a male is along with all sorts of other words in order to suit some impossible-to-achieve Utopian scheme where there is no such thing as gender. And to achieve this goal they will have to reprogram coming generations to look at something, like a male and a female, and think to themselves that there is no difference. Of course this is ludicrous, but not to academia, or to a brain-dead burea-bot in the DOE. So for all those who have an ax to grind because of their discontentedness with their gender, Title IX is nothing less than a hammer to use for pounding.
From The Daily Signal:
To address these concerns [about “discrimination”], the Human Rights Campaign wants the Department of Education to issue public reports stating which institutions request or receive religious exemptions, and to detail the scope of those exemptions.
“We believe that religious liberty is a bedrock principle of our nation, however faith should never be used as a guise for discrimination,” said Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin in a press release last week. “Prospective students and their parents deserve greater transparency, and we urge the Department of Education to take action by helping to increase accountability and to ensure that no student unknowingly enrolls in a school that intends to discriminate against them.”
Specifically, the Human Rights Campaign is calling for:
The Department of Education to require schools to publish comprehensive information about the scope of the exemption they received and the way in which Title IX still protects students
The Department of Education to regularly report which educational institutions have been granted Title IX religious exemptions, the scope of those exemptions, and ensure the information is provided on the individual schools’ landing page as part of College Navigator
Congress to amend the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) governing statute to require OCR to annually report the number of Title IX exemptions that were requested, granted, and denied
You’ll note two things. One is the framing the argument from the perspective that the religious schools are “trending”, as if traditional ideas behind words like male, female, marriage, family and so are have always been meaningless, and religious schools are attempting to lead the poor stupid masses away from what has always been the case.
You will also note that this attack is directed at the religious schools who have not figured out yet that taking money from the god/state means submitting to the god/state. All of these schools are now being caught up in their own valley of decision as they must choose between money and mammon? But the things that the Human Rights Campaign is asking for don’t apply just to religious schools. They apply to all schools including the one your child attends. The only reason that this article is about religious schools is because the human rights campaign already owns your child’s school.
So if you want your child to be confused about his or her own design as a male or female, then by all means send them to the state and let them tinker with your child’s mind in the name of education. But if you want your child to function best, you’ll remove him from the confusion.