Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Gender neutral housing?

Emily Rutherford, a freshman writer for Princeton Progressive Nation, thinks that Princeton should have gender neutral housing:

Princeton does not segregate men and women in any other way-not in classrooms, in extracurricular activities, nor in any other aspect of housing and dining. Now that we have our first freshman class in which the male-to-female ratio is perfectly balanced, it is time to bring coeducation to its logical conclusion: allowing all students to make their own choices about whom to room with-just as young adults do in the real world
Read the rest here.

2 Comments:

At February 4, 2009 at 10:36 AM , Blogger Sam said...

Bravo! I couldn't agree more.

 
At February 5, 2009 at 1:17 AM , Blogger Robert McGibbon said...

I'm eagerly awaiting some kind of rebuttal to Emily's piece from Anscombe or The Tory, because I personally cannot think of any compelling reasons at all to disagree with gender-neutral housing.

It seems like a total no-brainer to me.

 

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