While Kings College in London was busy banning the terms “male” and “female” to create a more “inclusive” atmosphere and avoid offending idiots, the University of Texas gave students guidance on how to use the made-up word “wimmin” to avoid forcing people to use a word ending in “-men.”
In their "Language Matters: Glosssary of Terms" as part of their "Diversity Commitment,” the University of Texas at Austin Financial and Administrative Services listed “wimmin” among the supposedly important terms to know and learn, alongside other ridiculous verbiage like “graysexual" and "stud."
“Wimmin” is defined as a “nonstandard spelling of the word ‘women’ used by feminists to avoid the word ending ‘-men,’” the glossary explains.
The university further states that "Having a common language for talking about and across difference is important for mutual understanding and partnership. The language of diversity is evolving and requires awareness, understanding, and skill. This glossary, though not exhaustive, is a tool to give you the words and meanings to help make conversations easier, respectful and empowering.”
Yep - making conversations easier by inserting idiotic made-up terms, empowering morons to be forever offended by words.
Hilariously, the inclusion of the fake moniker "wimmin" flies in the face of the left's push for a bedazzled spectrum of genders by highlighting not only the stark gender binary, but by actively trying to remove the idea of the female as far away from the male as possible - even to the point of changing the spelling of a common word to avoid the correlation.
It's almost as though men and women are very different, and by caving to perpetually offended idiots, the University of Texas at Austin has accidentally shone a spotlight on this basic fact.
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