In the last decade, Gender dysphoria (GD), or gender identity disorder (GID) has increased from .03% to .06% of the U.S. population.
Is this due to a widespread transgender agenda in the media, schools and universities?
Mount Holyoke wants to stop calling students ‘women’
An all-women’s college in Massachusetts is asking its professors to stop calling students “women.”
Mount Holyoke College’s web page suggests professors refer to the student body as “Mount Holyoke students” instead of “Mount Holyoke women” and avoid saying things like “we’re all women here…” or referring to “the two genders,” WWLP reported.
The tips are part of the “Supporting Trans and Non-Binary Students” guide created by officials at the historic women’s college, in an effort to promote a “gender neutral” environment, the web page says.
“As we know not every Mount Holyoke student identifies as a woman,” acting President Sonya Stephens said in a statement. “But every student at Mount Holyoke has the right to live and learn in an inclusive environment that is free from hostility and respectful of their identity.”