I added the bit in at the end about the end of the day of the heterosexual with a bit of sarcasm; my intent wasn’t to ‘scaremonger’ as you said. I apologize if it was taken that way.
As I recall the Gay/Lesbian club at the college I went to not only admitted heterosexuals, but had a couple as members. I met the guy who attempted to found the STRAIGHT club through a mutual friend that he was dating. As I recall there wasn’t any particular animosity towards the homosexual community, just a feeling that heterosexuals were left out. The reason I brought it into this news post was that I thought it highlighted reverse discrimination a bit. I personally feel that unless you are accepting public money you should be able to refuse service/ not allow entrance to anyone you feel like. In particular those smarmy bastards in the church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
I personally feel that unless you are accepting public money you should be able to refuse service/ not allow entrance to anyone you feel like.
That’s the case here. Penn State is a state-funded (public money) school. The registered clubs receive money in subsidy – not a large amount, but school money (and thus, public money) just the same.
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