Gay gene? OY.
As has already been pointed out, being gay isn't just sex any more than being straight is. The boy I had a crush on in 4th grade wasn't someone I wanted to have sex with. Same for the boy my friend John had a crush on in 4th grade.
This is a whole new world to me. I can understand wanting to go to a college that supported lifestyle choices if you wanted to avoid going to a "party school" or something like that, but I guess I don't really understanding needing RULES from an external source about such things.
I don't know if this analogy works, but....let's say I was struggling with dieting and wanted to go to a college that didn't have junk food on campus and had lots of exercise classes. I still wouldn't want a college that could expel me for eating a chocolate bar off campus.
But since we're still in the real world, I don't necessarily want to see these colleges shut down, but I don't think they should be able to kick out a student for normal natural behavior *AND* still expect to get that student's tuition. Colleges who do so shouldn't be able to accept federal loans, and college-supported scholarships should never require a morality clause.
70% of the U.S. population now lives in a state where same-sex marriage is legal. At 36 and counting!
Do you think that most of the students there are there because that was what they truly wanted...or what they knew was expected from them? What their parents expected them to do?
Mom to Elizabeth (6) and Corinne (4)
It would have been far cheaper for me to go to a local State school where I would have gotten scholarships and more financial aid. I wanted to go for the environment. All of my growing up years I went to public school in NY. That was not what I wanted out of college so I went to a Conservative college in TN. Trust me, if it were it my parent decision I would have gone to a public college in NY. 13 years later, I am still very happy with my decision of where to go to college.