Ever since the rise of figures such as Lia Thomas, Caitlyn Jenner, and Laverne Cox, trans activists have been given the spotlight in mainstream society, to the point where some women are not even allowed to have access to same-sex spaces anymore. Many of Thomas' female teammates complained to the University of Pennsylvania that he was parading around in the women's locker room with his male genitals exposed, despite the fact that he identified as a trans woman. The school told these girls to just get counseling if they felt violated. The trans agenda is also policing people's language, claiming that the term "biological woman" is offensive because it oversimplifies the so-called complexity of sex and gender. Using terms like "biological woman" apparently is offensive to trans people because it supposedly disregards the experiences of transgender, non-binary, and intersex individuals whose gender identities do not conform to the traditional binary or align with the sex they were assigned at birth. While it may sound like a South Park episode, this nonsense has seeped into the world of Hollywood, politics, and academia.
College Student Is Graded Zero on Her Assignment Because She Used the Term "Biological Women"
A viral clip shared by @CensoredMen on Twitter shows a young college student sharing with her followers that she has been handed a grade of zero because she used "biological women" in her project proposal. This term "is apparently not allowed anymore" in some classrooms.
"She even said it was a good project proposal," the student said, but that wasn't enough to make up for the fact that she used such an offensive term. She shared a screenshot of the grade from her professor, which had a message: "Olivia, this is a solid proposal. However, the terms 'biological women' are exclusionary and are not allowed in this course as they further reinforce heteronormativity."
"This is the most biased grade ever because my project is about transgenderists competing in biological women's sports. How am I supposed to do my final project if I can't use the word 'biological women'? That's what my project is about," she concluded the video.
Many people in the comments are in disbelief that such a thing would take place in a classroom, but sadly this is the reality for many students now. There are many high schools and colleges across the country that are taking the side of trans activists and either punishing students who speak out against gender theory or completely ignoring their issues with this progressive agenda. Biological men are allowed to use women's bathrooms, join women's sororities, and play in women's sports. And the women who dare to raise concern about this are called transphobic TERFs.
Evie has reached out to this student for comment.