We’re constantly told how open and accepting the campus LGBT community is but this makes them look a little prejudiced. How strange.

The Daily Caller reports:

Georgia Tech Sex Education Event Bans ‘Straight Cisgender’ Students

A “Queer Women’s Sex in the Dark” event hosted by Georgia Institute of Technology’s LGBTQIA Resource Center on January 22 excluded the attendance of heterosexual students.

The College Fix reported that the group claimed that too much sex education was already devoted to “straight cisgender folks,” and that the event was aimed at teaching “queer women”—and no one else—about sexual consent and how to use “barrier methods” to prevent STDs, among a variety of other sex-related issues.

The event, which ran for an hour and a half, was limited to students who identified as a “lesbian, bisexual, queer, questioning, pansexual, trans, or asexual woman, or any student who identifies as a woman who has or is thinking about having sex with women.”

Heterosexual women and men, otherwise referred to as “straight cisgender” students, were banned from attending the event.

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