I can't imagine this will fly very well in the conservative areas and find it quite hard to believe that the Gay and Lesbian Group has the ability to put this in the hands of every student in the country.
I've been wrong before though, and I've seen weirder things, but before I get all up in arms, I'd like to know that what I'm getting upset about actually is happening.
There's no fun in that, party pooper.
It seems that it’s being sent to the schools as a manual for faculty.
You'd be surprised then to have watched at least three attempts here in North Carolina, in as many months, by agencies of state government to make rules for themselves and official employee policy, trying to make an end run around the legislature.
The application to UNC Law School actually uses the word "queer" in it's Q&A. When queried, we were told the question was not required, but of course that fact was nowhere indicated on the application. Those in charge of this said it was "to communicate a more welcoming environment," which is to say, I suppose, that it would be unwelcoming not to ask potential law students explicitly if they were "queer." And on an application to an exclusive Law School? (At least UNC thinks they're exclusive.) What does this have to do with LEX REX?
Mike Adam's column on the GLBT's, of Giblets, as he calls them, nails it.
This is going on under the radar, everywhere.
Thanks for doing some research on it.