NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (AP) -- Smith College, the largest of the all-female Seven Sisters schools, is changing its policy to accept transgender women.The new policy, which takes effect for those applying this fall, followed a year of study.Smith President Kathleen McCartney and board Chair Elizabeth Mugar Eveillard said in announcing the change on Saturday since Smith's founding, "concepts of female identity have evolved."Smith will not admit students who were born female but identify as male.
"transgender women" These, According to Kathleen and Elizabeth, are no longer men, but ex-men, now claiming to be female., even if they continue to have male DNA and male plumbing, and must never be referred to as "transgendered males".
You can't make this stuff up.