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A Catholic University in Portland is Hosting a LGBTQIABIPOC Graduation Celebration

A Catholic University in Portland is Hosting a LGBTQIABIPOC Graduation Celebration

“we hope to one day celebrate everyone’s accomplishments with separate ceremonies”

Even Catholic schools are getting lost in woke ideology. By the way, does no one at the school see how ridiculous this acronym is?

The College Fix reports:

Catholic university’s LGBTQIABIPOC grad celebration honors pretty much everyone but heterosexuals

A Catholic university in Portland is hosting a graduation celebration that honors a whole lot of identities.

Indeed the only grads that don’t seem to make the cut are heterosexuals.

University of Portland’s diversity and inclusion division is hosting a “QTBIPOC (LGBTQIA and/or BIPOC)” graduation celebration on May 5.

The event is held in addition to its traditional, mainstream commencement.

Campus officials, in their announcement of the special event, lament the fact that they are combining all these identities into one big party, explaining they don’t have the logistical support for anything else:

We recognize that there may be some concerns as to why DIP is not hosting individualized graduation ceremonies for different identities on our campus. We know that QTBIPOC experiences are not the same for everyone, and while we one day hope to host graduation celebrations for all affinity groups, we do want to highlight the intersectionality of identities on our campus. We also want to recognize the collective power many graduating seniors and other students and supporters used to fight for change amidst the Black Lives Matter movement over this past year. We also recognize that some communities have larger numbers than others, and some more individualized celebrations would be very small. The last issue is DIP’s capacity and numbers; we simply do not have the numbers in our staff to host multiple graduation ceremonies. However, we hope to one day celebrate everyone’s accomplishments with separate ceremonies.


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Dolce Far Niente | April 25, 2021 at 12:50 pm

I am forced to wonder what your preferences as to partner genitalia have to do with graduating college?

Does weird sex make it impossible to wear the flat hat, or is the gowns?

When did “strictly exclusionary” come to mean inclusive, not to mention cool?

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Dolce Far Niente. | April 25, 2021 at 5:53 pm

    I don’t understand it, either. I am “g”, yet for the life of me I can’t figure out the relationship between my orientation and a gratuation ceremony. Or, if it comes to that, what my sexuality has to do with anything aside from my personal life.

    I’d no more take part in a separate ceremony that I would, say, join the “[major corporation name here] Gay Society”. If [major corporation here] had a musician group, or ham radio club, sure!

When everyone wears a gown the trannies don’t stand out, and we simply cannot have that in Portland.

For those who didn’t watch “Community,” they were about 10 years ahead of the ball in all of this.

These special events are for those who do not follow Catholic Cannon law as it existed for 2,000 years.

The school is not Catholic.

George_Kaplan | April 26, 2021 at 10:13 pm

Catholic in Name Only obviously.

CapeBuffalo | May 1, 2021 at 5:49 pm

Catholic (0-1960), Lapsing Catholic (1960-2010),. Lapsed Catholic (2010-2020). Anti-Catholic (2020- present and beyond).