Vort Posted March 5, 2020 Report Share Posted March 5, 2020 Who would ever have suspected that public displays of homosexual affection are inappropriate at BYU, just because homosexual activity is recognized as sinful by BYU's sponsoring institution? (Besides every rational human being, I mean.) The BYU students beating their breasts about the recent letter clarifying that, yes, romantic homosexual activity is in fact contrary to BYU standards, are hypocrites in the purest etymological sense. Why such people go to BYU is a mystery, unless they're just happy to accept BYU's heavy tithing fund subsidy for the cost of school. Why such people are allowed to remain students at BYU is a much bigger mystery, and one I wish would immediately go away. There are too many faithful young Latter-day Saints, young men and women who would love to attend BYU but who can't because there is not enough room for everyone, to allow attendance by malcontents and other students (and faculty!) who openly disbelieve and work against the Church's aims. I'm sure the Board of Trustees will be moved by my impassioned argument and immediately rectify this situation. If there's one thing BYU is good at, it's keeping their message unmistakably crystal clear. Just_A_Guy, Grunt, Midwest LDS and 3 others 3 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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