All-Women’s Catholic College Now Accepting Men Who ‘Identify as Women’

A Roman Catholic College that has only allowed women to attend since its inception 180 years ago has opened up the doors to “trans women.”

Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana, is a private Catholic women’s liberal arts college that was established in 1844 and has around 1600 students. Their stated mission is to “empower women, through education, at all stages in life” by ” fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus experience,” which is “inherently tied to the vision and values of our founders and sponsors, the Sisters of the Holy Cross.”

Yet, according to a newly revised nondiscrimination policy approved by the board, they loosened restrictions to include “trans women:”

“(St. Mary’s) considers admission for undergraduate applicants whose sex is female or who consistently live and identify as women.”

According to reports: “There are 32 individuals listed on the school’s board of trustees, along with one trustee emeritus. The list includes six religious sisters of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, the order that founded the college in the 1840s. Additionally, two priests, one Jesuit and one Congregation of Holy Cross father, also serve on the board.”

With this foot in the door, in a decade they’ll have LGBTQ clubs and march in Pride parades. You can count on it. 

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