By Terry Vanderheyden

  CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, July 26, 2006 (Â- The Harvard Business School has introduced a change to its application—prospective students are now asked to describe their gender as “male”, “female”, or “transgender” in an online profile they are required to fill out.

  Concerned Women for America’s Culture and Family Institute (CFI) director Bob Knight criticized the move to introduce and legitimize the third so-called “gender.”“I’m not surprised it’s coming out of Harvard,” he said, as reported by Agape Press. “Because they’ve flirted with the idea that, in terms of sexuality, anything goes.” He also expressed his concern that this was only the beginning of something that could become much larger: “They’ve given intellectual respectability to it. That kind of thing trickles down to other institutions.”

  Knight explained, “The foundation of the transgender movement is the homosexual activist movement because their interest lies in getting rid of the traditional morality of God-given division into two sexes, the uniting of those two sexes in marriage.”

  Traditional morality that defines marriage as exclusively the union of a man and woman, according to homosexual and transgender activists, is “old, taboo, superstitious,” Knight added. According to its adherents, “we have to get rid of that, and everybody can be whoever they want to be.”

  Agape Press’ report on Harvard’s third “gender” came on the same day that the Scotsman reported on a Chinese website that is catering to what is increasingly being referred to as a new sexual orientation—“asexuality”.

  See Agape Press’ coverage:

Harvard Introduces Third GenderÂ

  See related coverage:

  Harvard University Hosts Full Month of “Gay Pride” EventsÂ


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