At Stony Brook University, there is no longer a ‘homecoming king’ or ‘homecoming queen,’ but a homecoming court that includes all alleged genders.
The state of New Jersey has a new regulation in its Department of Education: a provision that prevents schools from informing parents of their child’s preferred gender and gender pronouns.
University of Massachusetts-Amherst has a LGBTQIA Center on its campus, which published a guide on how to exam “gender-normative privilege.”
A Temple University professor, Heath Fogg Davis, is transgender and has his students write down their “preferred” gender at the start of the semester.
Georgetown University’s resident life administration approved a proposal to let students who are exploring their gender to have a specific resident space at the university.
A Texas state representative had a social media post on how there are two genders, but a San Jose State University professor claimed that chromosomes do not determine gender.
At San Diego State University, students can benefit from ‘gender affirming therapy.’
A study blamed “femininity norms” as the reason behind women not choosing STEM as a college major or profession.
It will cost Cal-Berkeley $2.7 million to build “gender-inclusive” locker rooms.
A feminist academic wants safe spaces in quantum physics and is not a fan of Sir Isaac Newton’s alleged oppression.