Written by K. Walker on December 22, 2016

Political Correctness has gone CRAZY. A Texas University has issued a guide on how to have an ‘inclusive’ Christmas party without saying ‘Christmas’ or ‘Holiday’. And it just gets weird from there…

Texas Women’s University in their handy-dandy little guide called, ‘A ‘Festivus for the Rest of Us’: Tips to plan an all-inclusive, multicultural holiday party at the office’, advises against using the word ‘Holiday’ because it implies religious tradition and could be offensive to those who are not religious.

Instead, ‘End of Semester Party’ or if it’s a work party, an ‘End of Fiscal Year Party’ would be much better choices.

Don’t those sound so festive?

Yes, indeed, even the word ‘Holiday’ is triggering the Snowflakes.

The guide advises avoiding religious symbols like evergreen trees, Santa Claus and red-nosed reindeer.

None of which are actually religious symbols, but secular ones relating to Christmas the Holiday season the end of December.

Texas Woman’s University is offering tips for an “all-inclusive, multicultural” Christmas season, warning that the word “holiday” is no longer inclusive enough and advising that office parties should instead be called “end of semester parties.”

“When planning December office parties that coincide with the Christmas season, it is a challenge for event organizers to make celebrations ‘all-inclusive,’” TWU explains in a news release. “Not all faith traditions have holidays in December, and not everyone identifies with a particular faith tradition.”
Hence, in “The Festivus for the Rest of Us” TWU release, Mark Kessler, professor of multicultural women’s and gender studies, provides tips to avoid “missteps” when planning a “secular celebration.”

First, he says, party planners should avoid using the word “holiday,” even though it’s often been touted as a safe alternative to “Christmas,” because it “connotes religious tradition and may not apply to all employees.”

Instead, parties scheduled for December should be called “end of semester” parties, or for business-oriented offices, “end of fiscal year” parties.

In addition to inclusive nomenclature, Kessler suggests avoiding any “religious symbolism, such as images of Santa Claus, evergreen trees, or red-nosed reindeer.” Snowflakes and snowmen, however, are good alternatives for party decorations or invitations.

Party planners, the prof. says, also have to be cautious of pesky holiday references sneaking into party treats, such as “red and green sugar cookies shaped like Christmas trees.”
Read more: Campus Reform

You can read the full guide on the TWU page here.

Don’t you love how being ‘inclusive’ now means excluding the Christian tradition of celebration in December?

It’s the reason schools get two weeks off at the end of December. Perhaps it could be acknowledged, Dumbasses.


The good news is that snowmen and snowflakes aren’t off the list of acceptable party decorations.

We know how universities love snowflakes.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker