“Catholic” University of Dayton cautions against using ‘husband,’ ‘wife’

“Catholic” University of Dayton cautions against using ‘husband,’ ‘wife’

From CARDINAL NEWMAN SOCIETY REPORT CARD – 2/13/18

By Matthew Archbold

Giving in to the false gender ideology, a language resource guide from the University of Dayton’s Women Center cautions against the use of the terms “husband and wife,” instead suggesting gender-neutral alternatives such as “spouse,” “partner,” and “significant other.”

“Generic occupational titles like administrator, doctor, lawyer, nurse and secretary apply to both men and women,” the guide states. “It is easier to see that these jobs can be done by a person of any gender when using gender-inclusive or gender-neutral language.”

Breitbart reports that the University of Dayton described the language resource guide as an “educational resource,” and that the guide does not represent official university policy. It is, however, available on the university’s website.

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