Housing all genders
University seeks to promote gender-neutral housing, will include students of all sexual orientation
The hall could serve many kinds of students, Grant Schoonover said, including gay or lesbian students who would prefer to live with people of different genders, students who are transitioning between genders or students who want to live with a significant other or a sibling.
ASUO President Sam Dotters-Katz said all the residence halls need to be more gender-inclusive, not just this one. University Housing needs to increase its number of gender neutral bathrooms, "in every [building], if not every floor," he said.
"Right now our housing system operates in a traditional gender binary and that in itself makes some people uncomfortable," Grant Schoonover said.
Quick, we need to raise taxes so that our institutions of higher learning can build more gender neutral bathrooms and college dorms that cater to people who are "transitioning between genders."
It's almost as if liberals, emboldened by the ease with which they spread the lie of global warming, are trying to convince the American sheeple that gender is merely a concept rather than a biological reality.