Our Confused Youth
Dennis Prager's column today provides an excellent look at how society can confuse young people by what it allows and honors. There's no denying that college students are impressionable, and what's drilled into them at school can change everything from . . . their view on politics to their sexual preference, as this example illustrates.
Prager's column features an excerpt from a interview he conducted on his syndicated radio show with a college student from Montreal named Anna Montrose (a full transcript is available from Prager's Web site). Prager describes Montrose as "a bright and articulate 22-year-old woman." He adds, "She is a fine example of the type of thinking and behavior a homosexuality-celebrating culture—such as that at our universities—produces."