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Daily Caller News Foundation Students at Park Point University received an email that said “action could be taken” over complaints of “misgendering” or “pronoun misuse,” according to the school’s anti-discrimination policy, Campus Reform reported.
The Misgendering, Pronoun Misuse and Deadnaming Policy said that “any individual who has been informed of another person’s gender identity, pronouns, or chosen name is expected to respect that individual”
The “Preferred Name Policy” allows a student or faculty member to use their preferred name “whenever (a) legal name is not required.”
Students at Park Point University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, received an email that said “action could be taken” over complaints of “misgendering” or “pronoun misuse,” according to the school’s anti-discrimination policy, Campus Reform reported. TRENDING: Supreme Court announces it will hear challenge to Roe v. Wade; stage set for potential landmark ruling Park Point University’s (PPU) […]
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