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Posted on 12/23/2004 3:14:27 AM PST by shubi
Out and Allies
Formed in the fall of 1997, as the Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Student Law Association and renamed in 2001, Out and Allies was created with the purpose of providing a forum for all students, faculty, administration, and staff of the College of Law to discuss issues of sexual orientation in the law and at the law school. The goal of the group is to serve three main functions: (1) to create a voice for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students; (2) to foster a supportive (both educationally and socially) and safe environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students; and perhaps most importantly (3) to inform and educate the student body about sexual orientation issues. All members of the College of Law community interested in issues of sexual orientation and gender identity are welcome to participate in the group.
The goal of the group is to serve
three four main functions: (1) to create a voice for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students; (2) to foster a supportive (both educationally and socially) and safe environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students; and perhaps most importantly (3) to inform and educate the student body about sexual orientation issues (4) to seek ceremonious sanctification and esoteric absolution through promotion of homosexual monogamy by establishing this religion in law and forcing conformity through prosecution of a new inquisition against Boy Scouts, Christians and any others who resist...
All members of the College of Law community interested in issues of sexual orientation and gender identity are welcome to participate in the
This is nothing more than a cult of perversion, a recruiting tool for establishing a congregation for the gay religion...
Wanna take any bets that any Christian Law group would be
Actually there is one at the U. of Cincinnati. Both my wife and I graduated from there many years ago, but it is unrecognizable now. My recommendation for the new basketball uniforms (colors black white and red) was black and white prison stripes.
Do you think the Christian lawyers could take the homosexuals in an intramural football game?
You know when you go around hating yourself, like they do, I guess it is.
Judging by those very nice folks that I know in those groups at my Law School: The gays wouldn't be able to catch a pass (a forward lateral of the football, that is), and the Christians wouldn't be eager to make a tackle. The lesbians would run a near-perfect wishbone offense. The Christians would enjoy the game for its own sake and wouldn't try to mount a serious come-back. The Christians would try really hard to let everyone on the team participate, and the gays would tackle a bit too gingerly (wouldn't want to get dirty or sweaty). Call it 35-21, GLBT.
The Christians I know would tackle the lesbians aggressively and pile on. LOL
Probably could but methinks the homosexuals would cry foul
and the ACLU insist upon trying each case as a civil rights
issue. I was actually thinking of another post-where a
Christian group wanted to form at one of the Universities was told it would not be recognized as they refused to take
a non-discrimination pact with the homosexuals.
Yeah that was down in North Carolina, I think. There is one professor that keeps writing about all the nonsense down there.
I wonder if homosexuals join clubs that hunt alligators with their bare hands? I am sure they would be accepted.
lj will be gone from FR for a short while. I'm the volunteer until little jeremiah gets back online.
If you want on/off the list let me know.
Only if they promise to keep one hand behind their back -
to be fair. No self respecting Gator would dare bite one
for fear of the consequences.