Monday, April 10, 2006

Good thing I don't go to Georgia Tech...

...where those same policies you're protesting against would prevent me from publicly labeling you a "backward God-freak cunt whose upbringing must have been so full of hate and bigotry that when she looks inside herself for this so-called "Christ's love" for her fellow humans, she instead finds only bitter, desiccated, ignorance-lovin' emptiness."

That, and a desire for the sweet milk of punitive damages.


ATLANTA — Ruth Malhotra went to court last month for the right to be intolerant.

Malhotra says her Christian faith compels her to speak out against homosexuality. But the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she's a senior, bans speech that puts down others because of their sexual orientation.

Malhotra sees that as an unacceptable infringement on her right to religious expression. So she's demanding that Georgia Tech revoke its tolerance policy.

With her lawsuit, the 22-year-old student joins a growing campaign to force public schools, state colleges and private workplaces to eliminate policies protecting gays and lesbians from harassment. The religious right aims to overturn a broad range of common tolerance programs: diversity training that promotes acceptance of gays and lesbians, speech codes that ban harsh words against homosexuality, anti-discrimination policies that require college clubs to open their membership to all.

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