The campus “diversity” drive across the country have expanded the number of genders beyond two, which has resulted in a formal complaint by one Pennsylvania man who recently filed a job application.

A job application listing “queer” as one of the gender choices for applicants prompted a Pennsylvania man to file a complaint with Colorado’s attorney general.

John Kichi, who is gay, told the Denver Post, “I thought I was going to have a stroke” when he noticed the choice while applying for a job at Colorado College.

Applicants can volunteer to give demographic information, including one of five gender designations, “not disclosed,” “male,” “female,” “transgender” or “queer.”

“It’s totally from the Dark Ages,” Kichi told the Post, adding that he considers the word to be a slur.

But Colorado College — a private liberal arts school located in the conservative bastion of Colorado Springs — defended the designation as an example of the school’s commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.

“I’m proud to work for a school that doesn’t just talk the talk, we walk it, too,” director of human resources Barbara Wilson told the paper. “In the midst of the volume of conservatism in this city, we’re almost a safe haven.”

The school casts a wide net to be inclusive of people of every gender designation possible, using the unwieldy acronym LGBTQIA on its website (it stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual).

“Queer” is defined by the school as “An umbrella term describing people who have a non-normative gender identity, sexual orientation, or sexual anatomy — includes lesbians, gay men, bisexual people, asexual people, transgender people, intersex people, etc.”