Today’s freshman orientation serves as a crash-course on how to navigate the politically correct halls of higher education, where words are violence, gender is a choice, and all whites are racist.
So writes Jennifer Kabbany, editor of The College Fix, in a piece published by the Independent Women’s Forum.
Kabbany breaks down what freshmen can expect from these welcome-to-college trainings, “the first step in a four-year indoctrination process that aims to ultimately warp everything you’ve taught your kids to believe.”
Lie No. 1: White privilege is real: Skin color is treated as the most important factor about a person on campus.
Lie No. 2: Words are violence: The First Amendment is one of America’s greatest achievements, but on campus it’s anathema.
Lie No. 3: One in five co-eds will be sexually assaulted: One of the most oft-repeated higher education stats is that one-in-five women will be sexually assaulted or raped in college — a figure that’s been fully debunked.
Lie No. 4: Gender is a choice: One of the first experiences students encounter is the complex and confusing world of preferred gender pronouns, such as “ze,” “hir” and “xem.”
Lie No. 5: Being colorblind is racist: For the student who wants to take a stand against critical race theory on campus, the road will be difficult.
Freshman orientation is a landmine for young, impressionable teens away from home for the first time in their lives. And that’s exactly what college leaders bank on.
Read the full piece at Independent Women’s Forum.
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