They may not know the Bill of Rights, but students are being asked to broaden their base of knowledge in ways never before imagined, at least by most taxpayers.
Matthew Vines, a “queer rights activist,” spoke at Harvard University and interpreted the Bible differently than Christian and Jewish biblical scholars on monogamous, heterosexual relationships.
At Georgetown, the former runs afoul of the latter.
Georgia Tech, public university, hosted a “Queer Women’s Sex” event and it excluded heterosexual students from attending.
Georgetown University’s resident life administration approved a proposal to let students who are exploring their gender to have a specific resident space at the university.
An assistant director for LGBTQIA programs at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Jonathan Pryor, wrote in an academic journal that LGBT centers like his marginalize LGBT students due to perpetuating “homonormative whiteness.”
A Catholic university promoted a LGBT ‘mixer’ event and a resident assistant objected to posting the event flyer. But, the student will have to comply in the future.
Oh, the irony: A pro-traditional marriage student group, Love Saxa, at Georgetown University survived a vote to retain its student group status after a complain by an LGBT group.
Marquette University is going to hold a “Pride Prom” on its college campus, which as a Catholic institution, offended alumni and donors for allegedly pushing LGBTQIA agenda on its campus.
Vassar College’s new student orientation features diversity-promoting workshops, such as LGBT themes and social justice issues.