Evangelical Professor Disciplined for Refusing to Use Feminine Pronouns for Transgender Student
An evangelical professor has filed a lawsuit against his employer, Shawnee State University in Ohio, stating that he is being pressured into using feminine pronouns for a transgender student.
Nicholas Meriwether, a philosophy professor and member of the Presbyterian Church of America, argues in the lawsuit that he offered to use the first or last name of a male-born student who identifies as female, but the compromise was rejected.
Instead, the university is forcing Meriwether to use titles and pronouns such as "Miss" and "she" when speaking with the student, he says....
The whole LGBT issue had become a minefield, as these characters never really wanted marriage in the first place, but it was a valuable legal stepping stone to crush dissent, and force society to not only accept them, but to celebrate them.
The transgender business is merely the next stage, and the next stages after this are even more perverse.
All I know is that there a number of professions now closed to Christians, and more to come, and whole courses and qualifications will become unavailable to truly born again evangelical Christians in the near future.
Stevenr, interesting angle to solve that issue, and protect yourself. Simple, but ingenious.
These poor kids have been so confused by the very adults who are suppose to protect them from this sort of nonsense. Recognize the plight of the sodomites, allow them to marry each other, assimilate with society, and a door in Hell was busted open, as the demons have wreaked havoc ever since...
I taught Sociology/Criminal Justice at a secular community College for nine years; my last few years I started seeing a multitude of homosexual students‚ÄĒand honestly, I could deal with them. But then I was approached by an openly effeminate student name Daniel who informed me that ‚ÄúI am going through ‚Äėthe change,‚Äô and would preferred to be called by my new name Isabella‚ÄĒand would for for for you to use feminine pronouns when referring to me.‚ÄĚ I very graciously thanked it for it‚Äôs proposal, and never had another problem in class... Because I never referred to it again. I never called on it, and never spoke to it. So, in short‚Ä¶ I never used a feminine pronoun to describe it, and never worried about my job. Just saying.
My Own 2 cents wrote: Carl, I know, it confuses me too. I believe when they say "trangender woman", it means a male-female crossover aka he is still a biological male, no matter what he thinks. And when they say "transgender man", it's a biological woman who's a man between the ears, but a woman between the legs! Lol! ūüėÉūüėĄ
Perfect! I also get confused when reading an article, because I never know how the author is using the term.
I believe when they say "trangender woman", it means a male-female crossover aka he is still a biological male, no matter what he thinks. And when they say "transgender man", it's a biological woman who's a man between the ears, but a woman between the legs! Lol! ūüėÉūüėĄ