"Greg Gutfeld Show" panelists Katherine Timpf and Tyrus sounded off on a new policy at Syracuse University in upstate New York that allows students to file complaints about "bias incidents."

Timpf criticized one example the university gave in particular, "Displaying a sign that is color-coded pink for girls and blue for boys":

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"Is it stereotypical? Sure. But if you're going to describe it as "abhorrent" [as Syracuse has], you're a crazy person," she said on "Fox & Friends Weekend".

Tyrus also found the new policy ridiculous, remarking that a man's girlfriend could essentially file a report with the school if he engaged in a "guys' night out".

Regarding such stereotypes or biases, Timpf joked, "ignore it, or call them a name back."

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