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.
“Weekly discussion groups” are the new safe space for overweight LGBTQ students at Montclair State University.
An ex-art professor claimed that ‘militant LGBT students’ eventually forced him out of his job due to lack of trigger warnings in his courses.