University board stands up to PC pressure, unanimously adopts ‘World Needs More Cowboys’ slogan,not Antifa...

HNewsWire-The ugly left has turned their sights on the American cowboy, I assume the rich culture is to wholesome for the unhinged ugly left,they love Antifa

The university’s official logo is a “cowboy” riding a bucking horse with hat in hand and its sports teams are called the Cowboys and Cowgirls.

But liberal are not happy, saying the marketing slogan appeals to white able-bodied males only,Apparently the logic from the ugly left,Antifa is a wholesome Poster child of the American culture, oh I almost forgot-those are the same people that beat the hell out of 70-year-old men, these are the same people (Antifa that claimed they would rape our children in front of mothers in the streets to obtain their goals) but the American cowboy is a problem in our society today, really...

The cowboy is the symbolic icon of American western culture and dates back more than two centuries.

Today, being a cowboy means living the ranching lifestyle. Cattle operations are the largest single segment of American agriculture. More than 1 million beef producers in the U.S. are responsible for more than 94 million head of beef cattle. And there is a vast amount of sheep, goats and horses that are raised in rural America. With all of that livestock to manage, the cowboy way of life is still essential to American society.

Texas is known as the cowboy capital of the world. From South Texas mesquite trees to open prairies in the Panhandle, there are cowboys hard at work. There is still a great need on many ranches to brand commercial cattle so that they can be identified. On other ranches, tagging and tattooing registered stock will suffice. But there is no surprise that working cattle is a year-round job that takes dedication and commitment to the well-being of all animals.

While most of us only see cowboys in the movies, here are 15 regions in the US where cowboy culture is still alive and well.

The Wall Street Journal’s Jillian Kay Melchior noted on Twitter that the University of Wyoming is moving forward with a marketing slogan that has social justice warriors up in arms.

The UW Committee on Women and People of Color — not to be confused with the White Man Haters’ Club — wrote a letter to school administrators asking them to “shelve that slogan and find another one that represents the diversity of people and cultures that we have, and want to have,” the Laramie Boomerang reported.

Wyoming University communications professor Tracey Patton

The letter included alleged racial and gendered connotations of the word “cowboy,” as determined by communications professor Tracey Patton, author of the book, “Gender, Whiteness and Power in Rodeo.”

“For me, the clearest reason it’s unacceptable is the word ‘boy,’ excluding anyone who identifies as female,” Patton said. “In 2018 — and really for the past 20 years — it’s not been acceptable to use the generic male to pretend that includes female.”

Melchoir shared more wisdoms from Patton:
Joining the professor in her protestations is associate professor Christine Porter.
Wyoming University associate professor Christine Porter

“I am not the only person for whom the word ‘cowboy’ invokes a white, macho, male, able-bodied, heterosexual, U.S.-born person,” Porter said. “The history of cowboys, of course, is much more diverse than that racially, and presumably also for sexual orientation.

“But the image — what the word ‘cowboy’ means off the top of almost everybody’s head in the U.S. — is the white, heterosexual male.”

Director of Communications Chad Baldwin defended the slogan, saying their goal is to redefine the word “cowboy” to represent everyone associated with the university.

“We’re casting it so that it’s not gender-specific,” he said. “It’s not at all exclusionary. It’s the spirit of the cowboy that we all kind of share in. So, we’re basically throwing away the old stereotypes and updating what it means to be a cowboy and what it looks like. A cowboy is not what you are, but who you are.”

The cowboys of Louisiana have a unique set of challenges unlike their counterparts in the West. Bayou cowboys in southern Lousiana have adapted to the region’s swamps and dense marshes. They use longer reins to manage horses to avoid kicks from horses moving out of swampy terrain. Their horses have a better a stronger resistance to mosquitoes. In Northern Louisiana, the cowboys are just as tough. They’ve learned how to cultivate their cattle operations in a piney landscape. Lousiana also has a number of rodeos throughout the year, including the Angola Rodeo, where prisoners ride the bulls.

Not only is the school “doubling down,” Melchoir says, they will immediately release the first video associated with the marketing campaign.
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University of Wyoming is doubling down. They're even going to release the first video today, though the campaign wasn't scheduled to launch until September.
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