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I'm tired of it. If my daughters were students at the University of Alabama, I would be furious.

I would be furious at any ideas of a MALE, BIOLOGICALLY, living in my daughters sorority house.

This does not make me "transphobic" and no individual can tell me I am.

I am, HOWEVER, a dad with two daughters that I love more than anything.

I've watched one put herself through nursing school and the other is a freshman about to start her college journey.

A male student, who identifies as a female, was rejected by Alabama sororities after deciding to rush this past weekend.

National talk show host (and I believe closeted Alabama fan), Clay Travis, makes some interesting points on this Alabama sorority story.

*Video from Outkick/YouTube

Grant Sikes is his name. He prefers to be addressed as her/she in the new "pronouns" game. Yes, I believe it is a game. A silly one at that.

I identify as a great hammerhead shark. I want to be addressed as such.

Here we go again. I'm tired of it. If I my daughters were students at the University of Alabama, I would be furious. I would be furious at any ideas of a MALE, BIOLOGICALLY, living in my daughters sorority house.

Does it make it true?

Here's Grant on TikTok, talking about his rush experience at Alabama.

 

@grantelisikes HII. Thank u all 💕 it rlly means a lot. #rush#bamarush#ootd#theuniversityofalabama#rushtalk#makeup#rushtok♬ original sound - Grant Sikes
*From Grantelisikes/TikTok
Let me make it clear. I think Grant seems like a very good, sweet and loving person. I would help Grant Sikes in any way I could, if asked. I, am a very loving person. I love everybody!
That doesn't mean we should allow everything, just because a nice person, at first glance, wants to have it.
I can appreciate the desire to join a "sisterhood" but I also respect the ladies that opted not to allow it.
I have a daughter that competed in athletics in high school.
It is simply unfair to allow biological men to compete against my daughter.
Biologically males and females are not the same.
They have different strengths and weaknesses, and to deny that is childish.
I, as a dad, would not be comfortable with a male, living in my daughters sorority house.
I'm not the only parent that feels this way.
THAT, I CAN GUARANTEE.

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