It has come to this. The extreme leftist agenda to taint every aspect of society with their belief system knows no bounds, as a private college campus is forced to languish in the cesspool of a perverted double standard and tedious redefinition of morality.
The controversy at Seattle University, a Jesuit institution of higher learning, is reaching Mt. Rainier heights, after the school newspaper published a photo of student dressed in drag on the front cover. A professor, understandably outraged by the tasteless decision of the editors to run the image, removed copies of the issue from various campus locations, sparking a backlash from activists.
The Seattle Times fails to acknowledge that the First Amendment is not applicable to a private university and the support for the LGBT community, does not adhere to the community standards of the campus. Instead, the liberal rag of contrived hate and sounding board for the insane, deflects the main issue that free speech is not a requirement in private education, and proceeds to go on the attack of the professor and the university president (read the comment board at your own risk).
What is truly frightening on all levels of this disturbing narrative, is that a group of people in US actually believe that they can pry their viewpoints and lifestyle into any organization, company, group, or club, without any fear of consequences. It would not be surprising if a movement begins that guilts and requires Christian schools to teach students about homosexuality, as part of a rainbow curriculum.
The disgusting truth is that the vast majority of students who attend Seattle University, knowingly applied to the institution and fully expected to receive a faith-based education complete with the moral standards and decency resonating from the bible throughout campus, and not a circus side show of loony tunes ideology. Individuals, who strive to experience the hypocrisy of the “open” (one-sided) dialogue and nightmare of the modern campus experience, are free to take their educational accolades to a public university.
Drag queens should be able to flaunt their exotic talents anywhere in public, but when in comes to a private and enclosed community, there is an appropriate time and place for everything.
Read the Seattle Times article here.