Tag: gender-studies

Jose Lara, Dean of the Santee High School talks to the press about the transgender issue beside the schools gender neutral restrooms at their campus in Los Angeles, California on May 4, 2016. The College of the Ozarks lost a court battle for a restraining order against a Biden-administration Executive Order that will require colleges to open bathrooms and bedrooms to self-identifying members of the opposite sex.
Christian College Loses Lawsuit Against Opening Dorms to Members of Opposite Sex
A federal court rejected a Christian college's request for an emergency injunction against an Executive Order issued under the Biden administration that would force entities under the Fair Housing Act to open bedrooms and bathrooms...
A binary perspective towards sex has caused the Division 6 of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Society for Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology (SBNCP) to cancel a professor after he asked sarcastically if there were a “Z Chromosome.”
APA Bans Duke Professor From Email List After He Asks ‘Is There a Z Chromosome?’
John Staddon, a professor of psychology and neuroscience from Duke University has been booted off an American Psychological Association (APA) Division 6/Society for Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology (SBNCP) email list for expressing his scientifically...
A girl wearing a mask sits in a classroom in Brequigny high school in Rennes, western France, on September 1, 2020. France’s Minister of National Education kiboshed the use of “woke” inclusive wording and the use of the French “midpoint” mechanic, fearing the language and its international reputation will otherwise be ruined.
France Bars Gender Inclusive ‘Midpoint’ Pronouns
The French government has banned the country’s educators from using gender-neutral language when teaching students, citing a fear of destroying the language and creating obstacles to people’s learning. Jean-Michel Blanquer, France’s Minister of National Education,...
A pilot walks by United Airlines gated planes at San Francisco International Airport. United Airlines seeks to shift this male dominated field, announcing that 50 percent of new pilots will be women or people of color.
United Airlines Boasts New Racial and Gender Standard for Pilot Eligibility Emphasizing Women and People of Color
United Airlines recently announced that of the 5,000 pilots who will be trained within the next decade, 50 percent of them will be minorities and women of color. Their announcement on Twitter met with heavy...