A complete waste of resources and time

A complete waste of resources and time

A complete waste of resources and time

The push to normalize sexual deviancy continues across society and in our nation's colleges and universities.

Syracuse, a private university in New York, just hosted its "Trans Support Day" on March 23.

The annual event features local "gender-affirming care" providers, legal support for name and gender changes, and programming for children, including free hair and makeup stations. Trans Support Day 2024 also included the "new feature" of advocacy for what the university's website calls "gender-affirming surgery."

"The Trans Team … invited two world-renowned local surgeons to share their expertise with attendees interested in gender-affirming surgery," a description on the website explains.

Marschall, Zachary (Campus Reform) Marschall

"I have to say that I went to Syracuse University for my master's, and I am deeply disappointed in my alma mater for doing this," responds Zachary Marschall, editor in chief of Campus Reform. "It provides the same resources to transgender students that are already available to them through the LGBTQ Resource Center."

He insists this event is not necessary.

"I see it as a complete waste of resources and time to put on yet another event for the transgender community there when Syracuse already has events going on in October, March, and June for the same group of people," Marschall submits.

Even so, it is part of a trend that is happening across the U.S., including in higher education, as more days, weeks, and months are being devoted to the LGBTQ Left.

"This trend was just taken off campus and made national when Biden made Easter Sunday Transgender Day of Visibility," Marschall adds.