Professor Played Funny Game of 'Female or Shemale' and Students Freaked

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A sociology professor faces backlash after a student reported that he played "Female or Shemale" in class. Even if it was a lesson on how not to get so drunk that you go home with the wrong type of person and had a great message, the student still seemed triggered and reported it to Twitter and other places. The teacher is Professor Sorbello and he teaches at State University of New York’s Geneseo campus. He has just proved, accidentally, that leftists still have no sense of humor. Students are calling for him to be fired, but I think he should be given a raise on account of his work to help students identify transgender predators who go home with drunk people and fail to disclose that they are truly the opposite sex, which to me should be a crime.


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Everyone should know the difference and be aware of who is a real woman and who is not. If some guy gets so drunk that a transgender woman takes him home and does not disclose that they are actually a guy, then that would be terrifying for the male victim. Not only that, but it should be considered a form of rape or sexual assault. Any time a transgender has intimate contact with someone, and they don't disclose that they are a fake replica of the other gender, then they should be charged with a form of sex crime. Tricking someone into gay sex is not something that everyone is into.

Far left students who were enraged at the professor could not believe that Professor Sorbello would play this game. This proves the inability for the liberal mind to see the point in Sorbello's lesson. He was looking out for everyone. He doesn't want a drunk person to take home a transgender and then realize they accidentally had gay sex and the police might somehow be involved. With Sorbello's training on how to "spot the tranny" - he's now shown people how to watch out for themselves and teach everyone how to avoid a very awkward confrontation that could easily escalate to a crime or worse.

After reading about this a little bit further, we see that much of this hilarious story got blown out of proportion because someone went to BuzzFeed about it.  They love this type of extreme liberalism, but that's because it seems like most of their writing staff went from funny (years ago) to being part of the cuckparty who lacks true humor and only exists to appeal to the constantly offended. Those Tasty videos are amazing though, but they don't make up for the lack of modern day common sense coming from their seething liberally based writers.

Parts in bold are from BuzzFeed:

Jillian Sternberg, a sophomore who took the picture now circulating online, told BuzzFeed News that she and other students were disturbed by the classroom activity, which asked students to distinguish from headshots who was biologically born a female, and who was born a trans woman.

Can someone tell Sterberg that you're not actually born a trans woman. You're born male or female. You can turn into a trans woman, but that means you're just a guy dressed up like a woman, but you're not a real woman and you won't ever be a real woman.

The topic of the class session, held on Wednesday, was gender, sexuality, and sexual identity, Stemberg said, but students were taken aback not just by the impromptu quiz but also by the explanation of the activity given by the professor, David Sorbello.

Students were taken aback? Or STUDENT was taken aback because she lacks the sense of humor it took to understand his lesson on how to not get so drunk that you take home a person of the wrong sex and accidentally have gay sex with them, thus potentially mentally scarring you for the rest of your life in what should likely be charged as rape.

"He just said, 'We want you to write whether it's female or she-male,'" Sternberg said. "He never said what the point of the quiz was during the class, but when I addressed him afterward he said it was partly for humor and partly to discuss sexual dimorphism."

Sorbello also made comments that were disturbing to students, Stemberg said.

"He said something along the lines of, 'Be careful not to get too drunk or you'll take the wrong one home,'" she explained. "He would comment on some of the pictures like, 'I'm definitely not going to the bar with you.'"

I see nothing wrong with any of this. His class sounds very fun. He's absolutely correct when he informs people not to get too drunk or you could make the mistake of going home with someone of the opposite sex who is dressed like someone of the opposite sex, thus leading you to accidentally have intimate relations with someone of the same sex - something most people are not interested in.

There's nothing wrong with his lesson. There's nothing wrong with learning how to spot a transgender person. If you're a guy who likes women, then you should know how to spot a fake woman. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this.

The professor's class seems like a good time and I would sign up for it if I was still in college.

Jasmine Cui, the person who reported this (first place I saw it), needs to reconsider what she's saying because the professor sounds like a very cool teacher and we do not have enough of those in college. We're flooded with overly liberal protesting whiny people in college these days, so Sorbello is very much a refreshment.

This is not transphobic material. This is real life material and everyone should know if the person they're talking to is a trans. It doesn't mean anything bad towards transgenders, but it's reminding people that not everyone wants to hook up with a transgender and we have the right to know who is what. If a transgender woman looks pretty good to a guy whose had 12 beers, then they go home together and the drunk guy realizes that both of them have a penis, then he's going to be really mad. It could get violent. That is a huge (or small) let down when someone is tricked into being gay.

Transgender people need to disclose this and they cannot be offended when we learn how to spot the difference. It's for our sake and theirs that we don't go home with each other by accident.

Non-trans people have rights and we deserve to know if the person we're talking to is trans or not.

Professor Sorbello deserves a raise for increasing awareness for the protection and rights of non-trans people.

Like I said on Facebook - not all heroes wear capes.