What the University of Wisconsin Just Conducted a Study on is MIND-NUMBINGLY Stupid

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Those lovely, big government “elites” in the world of academia are at it again — those little rascals — doing their best to spread peace and tolerance far and wide in our culture by applying their time and talent to studying cutting edge issues in order to push our society to the next level.

Like this latest study on “gaydar,” for example.

Hope you caught the sarcasm, I was, after all, applying it in rather thick layers.

Is it any wonder graduates coming out of college these days are entering the real world wearing dunce caps?

These are the people filling their heads with “knowledge.”

From Daily Caller:

The University of Wisconsin has finally answered the question of whether or not “gaydar” is real, according to a press release on September 3. Gaydar is the alleged ability to determine if a person is gay or not by simply being around them.

According to the University of Wisconsin’s study, which was published in the Journal of Sex Research, gaydar is not real. William Cox, an assistant scientist in the Department of Psychology and the lead author, chose to do this study in order to dispel the stereotype that some people might have gaydar and thus can determine who is gay and who isn’t.

In the press release Cox said, “Most people think of stereotyping as inappropriate. But if you’re not calling it ‘stereotyping,’ if you’re giving it this other label and camouflaging it as ‘gaydar,’ it appears to be more socially and personally acceptable.”

So if a gentleman pops a squat beside you the next time you’re chilling at the bar and he’s wearing leopard skin pants, a pink boa, ten pounds of make-up, and calls you “sugar,” you better not assume he’s “gay” — using “gaydar” — because if you do you’re a sick and twisted homophobic bigot who desperately needs sensitivity training.

This, my friends, is 21st century liberal America at it’s finest.

Anytime you disagree with a person’s lifestyle choices, it immediately means you have some kind of social “phobia,” or you’re a racist, or an ageist, or whatever new kind of “ist” or “ism” is popular at the moment.

Remember when two people used to be able to disagree with each other, speak their mind freely, then move on with their lives? Those were the good old days.

With all of the important things going on in the world, with the extreme lack of knowledge and information people have on critical issues and topics happening in our country, studying “gaydar” is how this educational institution thinks their time is best spent.

It’s enough to give you a migraine, isn’t it?

Pray for our nation’s future, folks.

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