Ila Adu

Spelman College alumni are outraged at the historically black all-women college changing its admission policy to exclude biological women for the first time in the school’s history.

Spelman College, which is part of the Atlanta University Center, has announced it will ban biological females who identify as men.

The formerly all-women college is opening its doors to gender confused males for the first time in history.

In a letter sent out to students on Tuesday, President Mary Schmidt Campbell announced that the school will admit gender confused men in 2018.

The letter notes that “Spelman does not admit male students, including students who self-identify and live consistently as men, regardless of gender assignment at birth.”

This means butch lesbian women who “live as men” are not welcome at Spelman College, even though they have vaginas. How does excluding biological women help to empower women? Why would anyone want to send their young daughters to such a backward thinking college?

Read the entire letter here.

Campbell’s new policy would exclude the daughters of singers R. Kelly and SadeIla Adu and Jay Kelly — both of whom now live as men.

People who are intolerant of gender confused men are branded “homophobic”. What is it called when an entire school is intolerant of gender confused women?

What is the difference between a man who is gender confused and a woman who is gender confused?

Apparently, Campbell and the politically correct staff at Spelman College believe there is a big difference as they proceed to protect the delicate snowflake students from women who are considered a threat.

Why is Spelman tolerant of gender confused males while rejecting gender confused women?

It seems that Spelman College — a historically black college for women, has forgotten its mission to empower and educate WOMEN — that means biological women who think they are men.

Campbell needs to be reminded that gender confused women are still biological females who deserve empathy, understanding and an education.

Shame on you, Ms. Campbell. Do better!