Biden Admin Pours $1 Million Into Studies Aimed at Denying There Are Two Genders

( – The National Science Foundation, which works under the Biden administration, is pouring nearly $1 million into studies aiming to deny that there are two genders. Researchers claim they want to make undergraduate college courses more “inclusive” for students who identify as transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming.

The grant award pages reveal that Colorado State University is receiving $313,026, Florida International University will be getting $205,063, and the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is being granted $387,605, each over an estimated three-year span. The universities have already received a collective $569,851 in taxpayer dollars to work on the project, titled “Collaborative Research: A qualitative inquiry into sex/gender narratives in undergraduate biology and their impacts on transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming students.”

According to one of the abstracts, the study is researching “how a more accurate curriculum” on sexual diversity in nature affects students who identify as something other than their assigned genders. It notes that biology courses typically “incorrectly” define sex in binary terms, claiming they’re oversimplifying and may create additional challenges for their non-conforming students. The ultimate goal is to see if the changes improve interest among those students while also seeing how teaching a broader, more liberal view affects the average biology major’s treatment of the transgender controversy.

The researchers anticipate three outcomes by the end of the study. First, they believe they’ll identify ways their content might influence transgender and other gender non-conforming students’ sense of “belonging.” They’ll use that information to alter what and how they teach, fine-tuning their lesson plans and developing related materials they believe will support their liberal stance.

News of the program comes amid ever-growing controversy over the gender debate. The New York Times reports that over the past two years, 22 states have passed laws barring gender-altering medical intervention in children who identify as trans. The coming year is expected to see even more legislation over the matter, with both sides primed to continue the fight.

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