I feel very out of place among the student population sometimes.
They support things like universal healthcare and marriage equality, and I just don't agree with that. They'll ask you why, too - I can't even believe it. How do I explain that I don't see how it benefits me without seeming like a total asshat?
If you, like me, were raised on red-blooded American values that haven't changed since the 1950s, then a liberal school probably isn't the school for you. Take it from me, I go to one (I won't say the name, the SJWs might be reading this).
I love my school and all, but sometimes I sit there and wonder what direction America is heading. I mean, people having casual sex? What next, they'll try to legalize marijuana? Oh, wait, they're trying to. I like to think of myself as pretty open-minded, but these leftist social stances are a little much for me.
I'd rather be at war.
OK, well, maybe not at war myself, but I'd rather our country be at war, you know? What's more American than that? Direct all of my tax dollars there, please!
People of the same gender holding hands just make me really uncomfortable, and I don't think everybody needs marriage equality. Just look at my parents! It's been 25 years since they got married at 18, and they hate each other! Exactly as it should be. All is right in America when nobody marries for love.
Don't even get me started on how weird it is that there are women in my pre-med classes. My "Donald Trump Is My President" Facebook group will sort them out and put them in their place.
Among weed-smoking, sexually fluid and promiscuous students with access to healthcare who aren't like me, I just feel like I don't fit in at my liberal school. However, my president is going to make sure that I feel safe and punish them!