Friday, July 23, 2010

Augusta State bigots demean Christian psych student

Jen Keeton, a 24 year old psych major at Augusta State University in Georgia was given the choice of participating in homosexual activities or being expelled from the graduate program.

Jen had the audacity to tell her trusted mentors that homosexuality is a behavioral choice, not a "state of being" as a professor insisted.  As a consequence, faculty members felt she needed some “reeducation” to purge her intolerant and bigoted belief system into something more conventional.  The university demanded she develop her sensitivity and respect toward homosexuality by attending at least three diversity sensitivity training workshops, by reading 10 articles on homosexual lifestyles, and by attending "the Gay Pride Parade." Her mentors believe her opinions of the causes of these now normative behaviors must change for her to be able to effectively work with the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender and queer populations.

And of course, being a Christian, Jen wasn’t prepared to accept that laundry list of decadent behaviors.  Feeling her graduate education and degree threatened, she appropriately filed suit against the University.

The problem with Augusta State, as with most Universities, is that they themselves need reeducation and sensitivity training on Christian morality.  They are being the God-forsaken bigots against Christians.  Hey, tenured butt-heads, it works both ways.  You are just so immersed in your anal amorality you haven’t seen the light.

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