No Booze, No Gay Sex for College Employees

BY Michelle Garcia

October 30 2011 12:55 PM ET

Shorter University in Rome, Ga., has started requiring employees not to engage in un-Christianlike behavor, such as premarital sex, adultery, and sexual acts with someone of the same gender.

Employees at the Christian university must also agree not to drink in public out of fear that students will see them, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. They were also have told faculty members not to attend a school event if they've consumed alcohol within six hours of the event's start time.

The rules are outlined in a new "Personal Lifestyle Statement" being issued to its 200 employees. The statement was approved by the school's board of trustees on Oct. 21.

Shorter University President Don Dowless said anyone refusing to sign the agreement could face termination. Still, more than a thousand people have signed a petition asking to ditch the new policy. 





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