Do Trans Women go to Seminary?

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Mount Holyoke College has some helpful hints to keep its professors from offending women who aren’t:

Gender Neutral/Affirming Ways to Address Your Class
When discussing the student body, say ‘Mount Holyoke students’ rather than ‘Mount Holyoke women.’
Avoid making statements like “We’re all women here…”, or referring to “…the two genders…”

What is Mount Holyoke College?  I’m glad you asked

Located in South Hadley, Massachusetts, Mount Holyoke College is a highly selective, nondenominational, residential, research liberal arts college for women. Mount Holyoke is renowned for educating women leaders, from medical pioneers to Pulitzer Prize–winning playwrights…

So Mount Holyoke is a college for women, but you can’t say “We’re all women here,” because some women are not women.
But which women are not women?  Is it men who pretend to be women who are not women and thus should not be attending?  Or is it the women who pretend to be men who are not women and thus should not be attending?
Ironically, but perhaps not surprisingly, Mount Holyoke’s original name was Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. Like the rest of the Seven Sisters (a collection which includes Radcliffe and Wellesley colleges), it quickly veered from its original purpose of providing women a Christian education, and today cannot even tell them what sex they are*.
Trans-activism, and especially custom genders, must always result in such futility and confusion.  What is the wage gap between the 58 genders? How can there be sexism if gender** does not exist except as an individual choice and a social construct? Are traps gay?***
Such conundrums are the logical and inevitable result of denying the simple statement that God created us male and female. Believing and teaching a lie is the inevitable position of all who will not hold to the Truth. Even, and maybe especially, at female seminaries.
* But hey, at $65k a year for tuition, room, and board, at least the student will be crushed with a lifetime of debt in exchange for her/xer/xir’s “education”.
** I realize “sex” and not “gender” is the correct word here, but I am using it as the proponents of “everything is gender” do.
*** Yes, traps are gay.

El Borak is an historian by training, an IT Director by vocation, and a writer when the mood strikes him. He lives in rural Kansas with his wife of thirty years, where he works to fix the little things.


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