By Andrew Cheetham | 13 January 2018
NATURAL NEWS — In order to ensure that college students are completely insulated from ever having their feelings hurt, a pair of social workers believes that everyone involved with the educational system should be required to wear name tags once a week for the entirety of a semester that clearly indicates their “preferred gender pronouns.”
University of Washington lecturer Justin Lerner and Simmons College professor Dr. Anjali Fulambarker published their manifesto on this topic in a recent issue of the Journal of Teaching in Social Work, in which they argue that forcing all students to wear gender pronoun name tags will help to sanitize classrooms of “microaggressions” while helping students to “avoid being mislabeled.”
Entitled “Beyond Diversity and Inclusion: Creating a Social Justice Agenda in the Classroom,” the paper also says that professors should establish certain “group guidelines” in order to cater to the “comfort” of students who might become offended if someone refers to them by their biological genders as opposed to whatever made-up genders they created in their own heads.
“Creating a classroom climate based on principles of social justice is central to our core professional values of social justice, dignity and worth of a person, and the importance of human relationships,” the two SJWs say about their mission, adding that the endgame is to “move society closer to a thick version of social justice.” […]