Imagine the outcry if a LGBTQ group was being discriminated against, but none for a Christian group. Go figure:
Campus officials at North Carolina State University repeatedly discriminated against and hindered a Christian student group in its attempts to talk to peers about Jesus, according to a new lawsuit.
The litigation was filed this week by the conservative Alliance Defending Freedom. It demands that the public university revise its speech code to free up students’ ability to approach and talk to others about Jesus on campus.
Attorneys argue campus policy requires a permit for “any kind of student speech or communication anywhere on campus.” What’s more, they allege campus officials selectively enforced the policy against Grace Christian Life, the registered student organization serving as plaintiffs in the suit.