UCLA Chalk Writings: ‘Transgenderism Is A Mental Disorder’ And ‘ISIS Is Islamic’

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The University of California, Los Angeles has been graced with chalk writings speaking out against transgenderism, ISIS, and college education.

Images posted to the UCLA Transfer Students Facebook page show chalk writings of the words “ISIS Is Islamic,” “Transgenderism is a mental disorder”, and “Higher Education Is A Privilege Not a Right.”

Near Murphy Hall, home UCLA’s Registrar, a chalk writing denouncing law professor Jerry Kang, who also serves the vice chancellor of the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, appeared.

On another sidewalk, the chalk writing said, “Stop the jihad on campus.”

Pardees Fassihi, the student who posted some of the images on Facebook wrote in her post, “This is disgusting to see at UCLA. On top of that, the janitors are now cleaning after whoever did it and it just wastes water.”

Editor in Chief of The Bruin Standard, Julia Nista told The Daily Caller, “They wasted so much water washing it off.”

In a departure from other Universities that had pro-Donald Trump chalkings, UCLA has some pro-Ted Cruz chalk writing. This week, “#Cruz2016” has appeared in various parts of the campus.

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Last week, DePaul University banned the use of sidewalk chalk on campus. In a statement, vice president of student affairs Eugene Zdziarski said, “DePaul University will no longer allow students to chalk political messages on the sidewalks of its campus because of the “offensive, hurtful, and divisive” nature of pro-Trump chalking found on campus last week.” (RELATED: DePaul University Bans Chalk Because It Can Be Used To Spell ‘Trump’)

In late March, Emory University faced a spate of pro-Trump chalk work which prompted the student government to use “emergency” student funds because students claimed the images were “triggering” to their fragile selves. (RELATED: Emory Student Govt: Pro-Trump Chalk Justifies ‘Emergency’ Measures)

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