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Washington State University professors threaten bad grades for saying ‘illegal alien,’ ‘male’ or ‘female’

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Students who are brave enough to defy their liberal professor’s orthodoxy may be paying for it with their grades.

Multiple professors at Washington State University informed their students that they can expect to see their grades suffer if they use terms like “illegal alien,” “male,” and “female,” or if they fail to “defer” to non-white students, Campus Reform reported.

According to Selena Lester Breikss, who teaches the absolutely useless class “Women & Popular Culture,” notified her students in the syllabus that any use of “oppressive or hateful language” could result in a failing grade.

Those who repeatedly use banned words may fail for the semester.

“Not limited to removal from the class without attendance or participation points, failure of the assignment, and— in extreme cases— failure for the semester,” she wrote.

It’s reassuring to know that feminists are not wilting flowers and can be tough when dealing with teenagers saying words like “male.”

Similarly, Professor Rebecca Fowler, who teaches the “Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies” course, said students will see their grades suffer if they use the term “illegal alien” in their papers.

Students will lose one point every time they say the word “illegal alien” or “illegals.”

College Republicans should start enrolling in the class just to see if she can start grading in negative numbers.

In Professor John Streamas’s class “Introduction to Multicultural Literature,” Caucasian students are expected to “defer” to non-white students, among other community guidelines, if they want “to do well in this class.”

Streamas is infamous for calling a student a “white shitbag” in the past. Obviously his master’s degree in literature didn’t allow him to expand his vocabulary.

For this fine education, Washington State University costs an estimated $12,000 per year for in-state students and $25,000 for out-of-state students.

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