That brings the pro-dragqueenology count to six U of L officials and professors.
Now give me a minute to calculate the number of U of L professors or staff who have a diverse opinion on this subject ... Hang on, I'm still adding up the figures ... Let's see, that comes to--oh, wait, let me check this column ... Okay, I've got it now.
Well, darn. I'm getting the same figure I got earlier this week.
It appears that the sum total of all U of L professors and staff who have registered an opinion different from the one and only opinion that seems to be acceptable at the University of Louisville on whether public money should be spent on the study of "black male-bodied drag queens" and whether the University has any business publicly funding gay and lesbian political and social activism on campus is still a whopping...
According to U of L Provost Shirley Willinghganz:
Alert: U of L faculty study drag queens. We also study cancer cells, pollution in our rivers and air, child abuse, the history of the underground railroad, movement disorders, the old and new testament, the mysteries of the heart, how to make manufacturing in Kentucky more competitive, how to build a logistics cluster in our community, and many other topics. This is the essence of a university and the core value of academic freedom. Universities must be unafraid to look at anything and everything that could make our world a better place. We can't shirk from asking those questions simply because some folks might not like them.And we all know how the study of drag queens makes our world a better place.
So where are the conservatives in U of L with a differing opinion to fill out this alleged diversity again? Maybe we should offer a reward for information leading to the capture and tagging of any conservative faculty members at U of L. It might also be good to bring them into captivity, breed them in order to increase their numbers, and reintroduce them back into U of L's increasingly unfriendly environment.