During testimony before Congress last week, Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Richard Clark declared that he fully supports programs that are pushing gender ideology, including ‘demi-gender’, but then admitted that he doesn’t know what on Earth that even is.
Under questioning from Congressman Matt Gaetz, Clark revealed that he cannot define the gender ideology terms that are being encompassed in active training programs.
Pinpointing one program supported by the Air Force called the Brooke Owens Fellowship, which is supposed to be for women, Gaetz noted “you’re literally pushing a program in the academies that says, if you’re a cisgender woman, a transgender woman, a non-binary, a-gender, bi-gender, two-spirit, demigender — what’s demigender?”
Clark replied “Sir, that’s a — that’s a term of the people that are eligible for that particular scholarship that it’s available in person to — it’s a person who looks at their gender in a, in a different, a different way than I do, sir.”
Right. Dude admitted he doesn’t even believe in demi-gender, apparently without knowing what it even is.
When Gaetz repeated the question “what’s demigender?” Clark responded “I’m not really sure, sir.”
For those who care to know, demigender is apparently a non-binary identity but with a partial connection to certain gender… or something.
Clark also admitted he doesn’t know what ‘agender’ is either. It supposedly means having a lack of any gender, because as we all know gender is merely a social construct.
BREAKING: U.S. Air Force Academy Superintendent Can’t Define Gender Ideology Terms That They Promote on Campuses!
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) July 19, 2023