Kenyon College, a small liberal arts school in rural Ohio, will begin offering a “wellness shuttle” to transport students straight from their dorms to the operating tables of nearby hospitals that offer so-called “gender-affirming care,” according to a campus newspaper article forwarded to the New Guard through Young America’s Foundation’s Campus Bias Tip Line.
A seven-passenger van will reportedly shuttle students on a bi-weekly basis to The Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center and Equitas Health Center, which both dole out harmful hormone altering drugs and perform a variety of life-altering, irreversible surgeries.
René Guo, assistant director of the institution’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, told the Kenyon Collegian that a hospital close to campus performs “transgender” operations, but that a “lack of trust” exists between Kenyon’s students and the staff of Knox Community Hospital due to the rural community leaning conservative.
“The shuttle was seen as an intermediate solution to address these challenges, with the hope that incoming leadership at the College would identify a long-term solution of gender-affirming care on campus,” Guo said.
In the event that the shuttle doesn’t fill up with students seeking “sex change” operations, “priority is next given to queer and trans students with other medical needs.”
Only after priority is given to those two groups are students in the college’s general population allowed a ride to the hospital for other medical needs.
The New Guard contacted the diversity office to ask why the college is encouraging its young and impressionable students to make life-altering harmful decisions. “We are dedicated to the plurality and liberation of the student experience through radical inclusion and acceptance no matter who might be in need,” an office representative said in response.
It is disturbing that institutions of “higher education” are trying to push students down such destructive paths.