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UNC Board of Governors to bullied LGBT kids: Drop dead
Posted By Rob Schofield On August 9, 2013 @ 2:24 pm In Uncategorized | Comments Disabled
You know things have taken a turn for a worse already under conservative control of the UNC system when the pro-discrimination forces on the religious right are happy with one of the first, major, high-profile decisions .
According to NC Values Coalition  director Tami Fitzgerald, the Board’s decision to force LGBT kids back into same-sex living arrangements where they can be more easily bullied once again has brought “sanity to the university housing environment.’
Got that? God forbid that some gay 19 year-old boy might be able to room with a straight co-ed! As the WRAL story notes, more than 100 colleges around the country provide for a gender-neutral housing option (an option that former Chancellor Holden Thorp — a person who has actually interacted with a few modern college students — said was vital to protect the safety of some kids).
But never mind that now; the sex-obesessed religious right (the same troubled group that fought against laws to protect bullied LGBT kids in the K-12 system for years) is still committed to returning North Carolina to the 1950′s — whatever the cost.
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URLs in this post:
 one of the first, major, high-profile decisions: http://www.wral.com/unc-system-leaders-vote-to-ban-gender-neutral-housing/12758320/
 NC Values Coalition: http://ncvalues.org/
 NC Gov. McCrory: NC tax reform must be “revenue neutral”: http://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2013/06/17/nc-gov-mccrory-nc-tax-reform-must-be-revenue-neutral/
 DOMA decision a “landmark victory for marriage equality”: http://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2013/06/26/doma-decision-a-landmark-victory-for-marriage-equality/
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