As the new semester begins:
NKY Equality Now and Staff, Administration and Faculty for Equality training session Jan. 24
NKY Equality Now and Staff, Administration & Faculty for Equality will offer a training program for staff, administration, faculty and student leaders who would like to be a part of a public support system for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer students at NKU on Monday, Jan. 24, at 12:30 p.m. in Student Union 108.
Perhaps you thought “queer” was a slur. Now you know better. It apparently now is part of the official, politically correct nomenclature at universities.
But why do all these very ‘interesting’ categories of people need special ‘public support’? What about the heterosexuals obsessed with sex? What about those who simply are not all that interested with sex? What about those who practice polygamy? Don’t they get any ‘public support’?
What about those who practice bestiality? Now there is a group that is truly misunderstood. Many people, maybe even some of those who receive ‘public support’ from a ‘system’ at universities, probably think that those who practice bestiality are weird, immoral, and generally disgusting.
But that’s what prejudice and sexual phobias can do to people.