Oh, I generally agree. I was just taking exception to the "is the day of the heterosexual over" question. It’s scaremongering.
As long as they aren’t taking government money, they should be able to ban anyone they want.
I think there’s probably a little more complexity called for in the Penn State case. I don’t think the school should be able to deny them registration on the grounds of their political stance – but I think it’s probably inappropriate for the school to recognize groups that unfairly discriminate in their memberships. So if the STRAIGHT charter said "no gays allowed", they probably shouldn’t be recognized. If they were willing to accept homosexual members, then they should.
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