Skip to comments.New Hampshire College to Spend $3.6 Million on Gay Housing Project
Posted on 10/01/2013 5:40:05 PM PDT by massmike
A New Hampshire academic institution's leadership has approved a $3.6 million housing project for its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and allied students.
The Board of Trustees at Dartmouth College decided to approve the project, known as The Triangle House, at their meeting in September with work set to begin this month.
Before launching The Triangle House, Dartmouth already created a "Gender Neutral Program" which "allows for same-gender, opposite-gender or other-gender identities to live together regardless of biological sex."
Dartmouth is not the only New England academic institute to recently expand its housing options to include LGBT or gender neutral options.
During the summer, Boston University announced that they would create the option for gender-neutral housing as a matter of "roommate choice" in response to student demands.
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That can be easily Hosed Out
Gotta have hazmat suits to do the hosing out! More $ !!!
Northwestern University, center of sex-toy education in the universe, is rightly jealous.
What in the world is a “questioning” student? Is that like “Where’s the SUB?”
Can I ask a stupid question? Why does a college have to get involved at allin this whole “LGBT” area in the first place????
Also, what is intersex??? I think I need to go to re-education camp right now, as I am clearly out of it when it comes to varying sexual orientations/identitites, etc.
You violate political correctness to say sexual preference nowadays. That’s because a preference implies a choice is made by people, but the current liberal line is that homosexuality and these other behaviors are not a choice.
It makes me laugh because at one time, liberals did speak of sexual preference. But now they don’t anymore so as to reinforce the notion that nobody has any choice in these areas.
Isn’t that nice. Dartmouth is spending 3.6 million on a mental hospital without the mental care.
So there will be an AIDS truck parked forever in the parking lot? best that these freaks live together than being out in the public.
And be militant about it too!
“Allied” students? Are they on the beach at Normandy?
That’s a LOT of glory holes.
A parent would have to be lost to the eternal fires of hell to send their kids there, and pay for it as well.
The Triangle House: "Our back door is always open"
Technically, Dartmouth is still an Ivy, but like Brown and Cornell, their standards have slipped. A sign of that slippage is being described as “a school in New Hampshire”. You won’t see Yale described as “a school in Connecticut” or Harvard as “a school in Massachusetts”. It seems like the “real” Ivy League schools these days are Yale, Harvard and Princeton. Their standards have slipped, too, but they are the remaining recognizeable ivies.
NH is turning blue, thanks to all the Massholes that fled their liberal hellhole only to demand the same crap that they fled from.
I would NOT want to be downwind of that building/
This will be like a target rich environment for people with twisted proclivities. I hope that there are not any grade skools nearby.
At Triangle House the shower soap dishes will be at floor level
Dartmouth College, founded in 1769, has all these years used the following words from Isaiah as its motto: Vox clamantis in deserto, referring to mans search for God. Founder Eleazar Wheelock, a Congregational minister who strove, among his goals, to bring college education to Native Americans, and one of Dartmouths alumni, Daniel Webster, must be turning over in their graves at this administrative travesty. Administrators of this once well regarded Ivy League college, once renowned for its math department, have ignored the values on which the college was founded and have chosen for logic not higher math, but the lowest common denominator of human behavior.
The phrase Vox clamantis in deserto, now refers to the intermittent unholy sounds emanating from the Dartmouth dormitories. Parents need to keep their offspring far from such places. Ivy is no longer green in the ivy league. Poison ivy has crept into every corner of the premises and is infecting young minds and souls.
That’s been swept into the dustbin
Well if you put all the queers, perverts and freaks in one building you will at least know where to avoid.
It’s not just the Massholes. :(
Dartmouth is in my county. I was there yesterday but at the hospital, one of the best in the country for oncology (my need). Thankfully, it is nowhere near the campus. We used to be proud of Dartmouth. Not so much any more, except for the hospital.
Also, if it wasn’t for the college towns, NH wouldn’t be blue at all.
“This place smells like poop.”
New Yorkers (vile, vile people) are flooding into New Hampshire in wholesale numbers...worse than Massholes...far worse. Dartmouth is in an area of Red Hampshire referred to as ‘East Vermont’.
Sounds like just a coed dorm. Or do you somehow have to “prove” your sexual orientation to get in?
Less than five miles is ‘nowhere near the campus?’
Have the majority of heterosexuals already left the Northeastern and upper Atlantic Coast States? Seems so.
They’ll now offer a PHD in Petofeelya!
look at it this way.....those types of people are going to be sequestered away from the other students.....maybe its all for the better...
Yeah, there are two somewhat contradictory, competing correct views now. The one that tends to be favored by the boys is that “preference” is innate and immutable.
The one that tends to be favored by the girls is that love conquers all and it is actually quite bigoted to limit your loving to those of one particular sex—since it’s what’s inside a person is what matters.
Dartmouth has long been considered the most conservative of the Ivies, which of course is not necessarily very conservative at all.
This from the institution whose motto refers to the prophetic voice of John the Baptist, a man who was martyred for bravely condemning the sexual sins of the elite of his day.
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How would you like you walk it?
It is well removed from the campus and in a different town, off by itself in the woods.
How in the hell did we ever make it through back in the day without such a facility?
I know exactly where it is...I might walk it on a nice day, if there were a decent place to walk on the side of 120. Most would drive or bike, of course.
Since I come in from the south, I don’t need to go near the campus and the offending perversion.
Just got off the phone with the DHMC palliative care folks. I know my way around the place pretty well, unfortunately. They’ve kept me alive for over 4 years so far.
Thank G-d for that...the hospital is a damn good one.