Taxpayer-Funded University Launches Transgender Clothing Drive to Provide ‘Safe Space’ for Students Seeking to Explore the Wonders of Cross-Dressing
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Interested in the marvelous world of cross-dressing but feel that shopping in the clothing section for the oppose sex runs the risk of exposing you to public ridicule?
Well good news, taxpayer-funded Marshall University has an answer for that.
In an effort to create a safe space for those curious about ‘exploring their gender identity,‘ the Marshall University Trans Community has launched a clothing drive to collect lightly used garments that will be available to students at the campus’s LGBTQ+ Trans Closet and Women’s Studies Department.
Ashlee Vandruff , one of the students spearheading the campaign explains for transgender individuals “Going out to buy clothing can at the best of times be exhausting, and at the worst can lead to harassment… Great ways to help is to work towards having a safe space where people are accepted despite their sexuality, gender, race and et cetera.”
View the announcement for the clothing drive below:
A Facebook announcement heralding the public school’s transgender clothing drive declares that the cross-dressing community at Marshall “needs new or gently used clothing including: casual clothing, formal clothing, swimwear, chest binders, jewelry and transgender accessories.”
As the Media Research Center observes, clothing drives are typically held to help poor people find quality clothing.
In this instance, all used clothing and accessories — and chest binders — collected through the Marshall University transgender clothing drive “will go toward the LGBTQ+ trans closet.”
Speaking of safe spaces, Marshall’s Office of Intercultural Affairs, which houses the LGBTQ+ office, “is a primary ‘Safe Zone’ environment.” “The Safe Space Program is a visibility and awareness program run out of LGBT office. Participants proudly display their Safe Space emblems on their office doors to let everyone know that they will not tolerate discrimination on our campus.”
Also, some website called eCollegeFinder has called Marshall “the most LGBTQ+ friendly college campus in West Virginia.”
The cost for a year of tuition and fees at Marshall for West Virginia residents is $6,154. The cost for out-of-state students is $16,382. These amounts do not include any room or board costs.
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