College Survey Gets Turned Upside Down


A group of academic researchers put together an LGBTQ survey and had a group of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) undergraduates fill it out. Those who took the time to fill out the survey received a $5 Amazon gift card.

The survey was put together by a graduate program at the University of Oregon to study the amount of undergraduate LGBT students that were enrolled in STEM fields.

But that is not what they got.

Instead, woke researchers were horrified to see that many of the college students filling out their survey were mocking them.

Keep in mind this is at the University of Oregon. 

According to the report, 50 of the 349 surveys (15%) gave “malicious respondents” and contained sarcastic insults directed at the research team.

From the Dailywire:

One “malicious” responder said his gender was “aerosol,” his race was “Afro/Klingon-Asiatic Galapogayation,” and his disability was “being 2.86% white.”

Another said his gender was “airplane,” his race was “Native American (Elizabeth Warren),” and his disability was “transgenderism.”

Yet another survey respondent entered his gender as “f***ing white male,” his race as “Swedish Muslim,” and his disability as “my country is run by communists.”

One respondent put his gender as “pansexual attack helicopter,” his race as “kangz,” and his disability as “intracranial lead deficiency.”“I identify as a gift card,” wrote one student, adding “I’m an ethnic gift card,” and putting as a disability, “I don’t have enough gift cards.”

Researchers, horrified by their results, decided to write a paper about those that trolled their survey.

The survey found that 12 students said their gender was some sort of aircraft from an F-16 fighter to a V22 Osprey. Fifteen of the 30 students who listed a disability referred to being woke as a disability.

It was even worse in the “comments” section as STEM students continued to troll the survey.

“Please do some research on something that will actually benefit the human race,” one respondent wrote.

“How on earth did this study get funding???” wrote another.

One of the graduate student researchers that put the study together (not a STEM major) said reading the responses caused him “significant personal distress,” and he had to take time off the project to “heal.”

The University of Oregon team said that the research had a “profound impact on morale.”