I don’t think the number of Americans who are gay or the concept of treating homosexuals with "ordinary dignity" has anything to do with the post. This issue is about the "tables being turned" in these two cases – heterosexuals not being allowed to form clubs or go into bars whereas the previous "society as we know it" tended to discriminate against homosexuals.
Personally, I think the bar should be able to ban whomever they choose. If they want to just let gay red-heads into the bar, or reserve a special seat for people with extra large moles, that’s their right as a private organization. Penn State, on the other hand, is a publicly funded university; a registration denial to a heterosexual group is as uncalled for as a denial to a homosexual group (or a chess club, mechanical engineering society, etc.).
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