An exclusionary new policy at a North Carolina school is meeting resistance.
While the veto stuns the student senator who introduced the resolution, Wesley Hodges tells reporters, “Simply because the university disagrees with your actions or lifestyle, does not imply that it is seeking to attack you.”
A student was told he was presenting too effeminately to match his campus ID card.
The Human Rights Campaign is denouncing the firing of Tippi McCullough, and her students are petitioning to save the teacher's job.
Officials at Tahoma High School suspect the juniors had antigay motives.
A "news" program sponsored by the antigay group Focus on the Family calls efforts at gay-inclusive education "Orwellian."
One Christian legal group is claiming a teacher broke the law because she assigned students to wear a rainbow ribbon supporting gay rights and then write a paper about the reactions they received.