November 26, 2014 in Commentary
The Radical Feminist student group Stop Kyriarchy (SKY) held a Transgender Policy Panel last week which included such notables as IU-Bloomington Associate Dean of Students Carol McCord. Event coordinator Morgan Mohr’s event page described it as a way to facilitate a panel discussion about, “legal names on class rosters, pictures on student IDs, and gender divided restrooms…” because those issues might, “…serve as a mechanism of disenfranchisement.”
If SKY sounds familiar, it’s because of how famously their fag demonstration went awry forcing the event organizer to later commit ritual seppuku in front of the university Union Board. The Transgender Policy Panel went awry, too, but the funniest part is that none of the event organizers or panel participants are aware of this.
The panel could have discussed any number of issues relating to the transgender policy, but the number one concern for the transgender panelists was knowing where they could defecate and feel comfortable with their gender identity. The panel devolved into a shit joke. That is what the funniest part of the event was. Read the rest of this entry →