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I'm With Stupid: Join Me in Quietly Celebrating Shutupfora Day

This week, I was going to write about a recent controversy that occurred at the University of Michigan. To wit: It seems the university has some weird policy wherein students are allowed to choose the gender pronouns by which they would like to be addressed in the official campus roster. This is supposedly meant to help professors identify students in ways that won't accidentally offend the students.
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