Texas College Fires Biology Professor for Teaching Students That Sex is Determined by Chromosomes

Through the years I have had several friends who were homosexual.
What two or more consenting adults do behind closed doors with curtains drawn is none of my business.

I don’t even like to see a heterosexual couple standing on a street corner sticking their tongues down each other’s throat or feeling each other up.


Being homosexual is not normal or natural, but as long as they are not trying to throw it in your face or target your kids, it is a lifestyle they will have to deal with.

That said, one is either born female or male.
A male gets his dick cult off and the stump split does not make him female or a woman.
He is a male with his dick cut off and the stump split.

A female who gets her teats cut off. meat from her leg rolled up and grafted  to her twat remained a female, a women with her teats cut off and some meat from her leg grafted to her twat.

A male or female who imagines they are the opposite gender, and wants everyone else to believe they are of the opposite gender, is mentally ill.

The Ole Dog!

St. Philip’s College in San Antonio, Texas, has reportedly fired a biology professor for teaching students that chromosomes determine sex.

In November, four students walked out of Dr. Johnson Varkey’s lecture over the standard teaching about X and Y chromosomes, according to First Liberty Institute, a law firm representing the professor.

The law firm has now sent a letter to St. Philips College asking them to “immediately reinstate Dr. Varkey to his position and clear his record of any wrongdoing.”

“In his role as an adjunct professor, Dr. Varkey taught Human Anatomy and Physiology to more than 1,500 students since 2003,” First Liberty wrote in a press release. “During Dr. Varkey’s 20-year employment as a biology professor at St. Philip’s College, he consistently received exemplary performance reviews and was never subject to discipline. Throughout that time, he never discussed with any student his personal views—religious or otherwise—on human gender or sexuality.”

Two months after the walk out, in January, Dr. Varkey received a Notice of Discipline and Termination of Employment and Contract letter stating that the school “received numerous complaints” about his “religious preaching, discriminatory comments about homosexuals and transgender individuals, anti-abortion rhetoric, and misogynistic banter” and that his teaching “pushed beyond the bounds of academic freedom with [his] personal opinions that were offensive to many individuals in the classroom,” according to First Liberty.



Author: John C Carleton

Native Texican, American by Birth, Southern by the Grace of God.

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