University warns students that failing to use preferred gender pronoun is violation of federal law

University warns students that failing to use preferred gender pronoun is violation of federal law
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Despite a report that transgenderism has absolutely no grounding in science whatsoever, the West Virginia University (WVU) has warned its 29,000 students that they’re violating federal law if they don’t use pronouns or other language approved by those claiming to be transgender, Dr. Susan Berry reported at Breitbart.com on Monday.

“That policy means if a biological man — for example, famous transgender athlete Bruce Jenner — says he ‘identifies’ his gender as female, then all other students must refer to the man as a ‘she,’ or else be treated as a law-breaker,” Dr. Berry said.

According to WVU, using the wrong pronouns is a crime because the ironically-named federal Departments of Justice and Education claim transgender people have special protection under the law.

Here’s a list of alleged “rights” the university claims students have, according to Dr. Berry:

  • You have the right to be treated according to the gender you identify with. Your school cannot require you to provide legal or medical evidence in order to have your gender respected.

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