03 August 2012

And anyone, regardless of genitalia...

...wearing lucite stripper heels will be eligible for additional style points...

reading, writing & genital reassignmentC'mon, show us those infamous "stiff upper lips" matey...

Oxford University has rewritten the laws governing its strict academic dress code following concerns that they were unfair towards transgender students.

Under the new regulations, students taking exams or attending formal occasions will no longer have to wear ceremonial clothing that is specific to their gender.

It will mean men will be able to sit tests in skirts and stockings and women will have the option of wearing suits and bow ties.
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RELATED: Yet another penis parade? Seriously?
A Vancouver group is leading the city’s first “foreskin pride” march in an attempt to “undo thousands of years of prejudice and persecution.” Over the past two years, Mr. Callender has led pants-free “foreskin pride” contingents at gay events across North America, but it was only earlier this month that the group held its first dedicated event in Victoria.

“Queer men are ahead of heterosexual men on the issue, because they interact with penises other than their own — so it’s not difficult for a queer man to quickly come to the conclusion that the men with foreskin have more fun.”
Fun? I thought this was all about "prejudice and persecution."

Gay men sure have a lot of free time on their hands.


1 comments:

bverwey said...

I myself am getting a little fed up with the disproportional out reach extended to the gay communuty. I mean really what percentage of the general population is gay? For argument I would think 5% maybe but with that portion they seem to be in the headlines with one fudge factor parade after another and each one seems to be getting cruder than the one before. I would suggest that possibly the costs associated with these events hsould be bourne by the 5% and not the taxes of the 95%.