The University of Minnesota is no longer a place of learning for young men and women but is now part of the Androgynous Hive Mind (AHM).
The shift from a human university, with men and women, to an androgynous hive mind construct, was signaled by the U of M abolishing the terms "King" and "Queen" from the school's annual homecoming celebrations. According to new hive mind directives, top students will now be known as Sexless Royals, or "SRs."
"Binary sexuality has no place in the Hive Mind," explained one university administrator, "This change to having SRs allows the University to select the best student representatives for the U of M based on campus and community involvement — regardless of gender, which doesn't exist in the AHM."
The decision to enter the Androgynous Hive Mind was taken by top university officials who believed the school was "limited" by gender identity.
“We are excited about this change,” said the U of M's marketing spokesmind, “Our student body is made up of a very diverse population that shouldn’t be limited by gender identity. Other colleges, universities and even high schools have made similar changes and are now part of the Androgynous Hive Mind. Soon there will be no more men or women, only sexless drones, doing the will of the Hive."
Hail the Hive!