Won’t you please go all in for inclusion, diversity, and all dat sheeeeeeeeeeit?
Read the pro-diversity blurb from Penn State below. At the link, there’s a space for your name, email, and a place to write why diversity makes you feel so good. After the blurb, you can read what I wrote them.
What inspires you?
At Penn State, we’ve been spotlighting Diversity and Inclusion, including creating an outdoor commemorative piece to permanently highlight our commitment to having an inclusive University for generations to come. As part of that, we’re asking students, faculty and staff to share your thoughts on being “All In.”
In 30 to 50 words, tell us what Diversity and Inclusion mean to you. What inspires you to be “All In”? Where will being committed to Diversity and Inclusion bring us in the future? Your contribution or excerpts from it may be included in the University’s outdoor piece or shared with the community on social media and other outlets.
After filling in the name box as Adolf Humpster and giving a ridiculous fake email address, I filled in the box this way. Warning: Extreme trolling ahead.
Speaking as a white male, diversity is wonderful. I love pussy. It’s all pink inside. The color of the skin outside may differ but it’s that pink hole that inspires me to love diversity. Hindu girls? Man, they are easy, even if I have to put a bag over my head and hers too. Those are some ugly chicks. Ghetto mamas? I love the smell of watermelon and fried chicken all mixed together. It’s an AFRO aphrodisiac. Mexicans are the best though. Once you disinfect their buttholes to get the smell of bean farts washed away, you’re in for a sweet ride. And on days when I’m feeling a bit faggy, it’s great to have a sewer slut with a mustache to ride. I’ll always love diversity.
After submitting my little essay in support of diversity, this came back:
Thank you for you feedback! We’re making Penn State a more diverse and inclusive university, together.
Believe me, I was happy to help.