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Georgetown Votes Against Defunding Student Group That Supports Traditional Marriage

Georgetown Votes Against Defunding Student Group That Supports Traditional Marriage

“Student Activities Commission voted 8-4”

This is good news. You have to wonder how it came to this, though. Georgetown is a Catholic school.

Campus Reform reports:

Georgetown votes against defunding traditional marriage group

The Georgetown University Student Activities Commission voted 8-4 Thursday night against defunding Love Saxa, a student group that supports traditional marriage.

Following a hearing Monday that ended with no vote after three hours of deliberation, commissioners deliberated in a private executive session for almost two hours Thursday night regarding formal complaints filed by LGBT student groups accusing Love Saxa of violating Georgetown’s Student Organization Standards.

Jasmin Ouseph, co-chair of the Racial and Cultural Inclusivity policy team, and Chad Gasman, the president of GU Pride, submitted a formal notice to the university in October asserting that Love Saxa’s definition of marriage fosters hatred and intolerance.

The rule in question states that “groups will not be eligible for access to benefits if their purpose or activities…foster hatred or intolerance of others because of their race, nationality, gender, religion, or sexual preferences.”

Gasman argued that “when they deny certain individuals who are queer access to this ideal standard of a relationship, they immediately say that all queer relationships are not as valid as heterosexual relationships.”


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It must be global warming/climate change that’s causing such a snowflake meltdown??? Where is their tolerance??

Let’s see….a Catholic-founded school has the nerve — da noive, I tells ya! — to adhere to the tenets of its founding. Shocking!

Maybe we should demand that the LGBTABDEXYZ crowd abandon their founding principles, too? Yeah, right.

The same Bible/Jesus-hating folks that they in desperation repeat Jesus’ “Neither to I condemn you” pronouncement to the woman taken IN THE ACT OF adultery (according the Jewish law, both woman AND man caught in that situation were deemed candidates for a Rock Concert), flatly ignore the statement of that intolerant, religious prude, Jesus, who dared to command her, “Now, go and stop sinning.”

O me, O my! A value judgment! A clear statement to abandon her former, sinful (well, only according to Jesus and the Bible, anyway!) lifestyle. Well!!!

Such is the lot of the “cafeteria” approach (I like this; yes, I like that; oh yuk, I definitely don’t like that infringement on my personal life) to both Scripture and morality in general.

“O tempera o mores!” – Cicero!