In yet another move that belies the gay community’s constant cry for inclusion, a major American university recently announced plans to build housing specifically for “LGBTQIA” students. For those unfamiliar with the latest list of sexual deviancy, that protracted acronym stands for “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, and Allied.”
With a projected price tag of $3.6 million, it seems straight students are the only ones not invited to enjoy the new facility.
According to recent reports, Dartmouth University is calling the project a ‘triangle house,’ which refers to the symbol homosexual war prisoners wore during World War II. Additionally, one activist indicated the three sides of a triangle can also represent “community, knowledge, and action.”
Plans call for a structure with 27 beds, a kitchen, and additional space in which to expose students to gay-themed subjects away from the prying eyes of heterosexuals on campus. Amazingly, the school already has another facility dedicated to serving only “gender neutral” students.
A description of planned programs at the triangle house indicate students will learn about “sex, gender, identity and expression, sexuality, and interpersonal relationships.” Dean Charlotte Johnson is an ardent supporter of the project, saying it furthers the university’s commitment to “tying what we learn in the classroom to who we are, what we do, and how we live.”
The housing unit is set to be finished in about a year.
Judging from the increasing number of projects across America that serve a specific minority at the exclusion of all others, the left apparently views discrimination as a one-way street. When a member of the majority — whether white, heterosexual, or Christian — expresses a desire to fellowship with others in that group, he or she is immediately derided as a bigot. On the other hand, minorities are all but expected to stick together through separate events, activities, and even college dormitories.
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