Law School Bans Gays
This is happening in Canada. A Christian law school is allegedly banning gays from going there. No one is going to be asked any direct questions when they apply...kind of a don't ask don't tell deal. But if it's discovered you are gay you're in deep shit.
The school's student handbook dictates that students must abstain from 'sexual intimacy that violates the sacredness of marriage between a man and a woman', and students can face disciplinary measures for violating the policy either on or off campus.
It also states, 'Further, according to the Bible, sexual intimacy is reserved for marriage between one man and one woman, and within that marriage bond it is God’s intention that it be enjoyed as a means for marital intimacy and procreation.'
You can read more here.
The Law Society of British Columbia intended to ban graduates of this school from practicing law, but backed down after a debate between the right to equality and the right to religious freedom.
I just hope the graduates of this school make it plain and clear who they are and where they went to school so no one gets confused and everyone knows who to avoid.
Baggy Pants Hater
This baggy pants hater I'm talking about doesn't just hate baggy pants, he hates gays, too. He's a business owner in Georgia who put up a sign at his place of business with a gay slur to tell people with baggy pants to pull them up.
Anil Patel owns a convenience store in LaGrange. According to WSB-TV Atlanta, he does not like his customers to walk in with pants that sag.
To fight the scourge, he put a sign up that said the following:
'Only [anti-gay slur] like to keep their pants down!!!! Pull your pants up!!! Or be proud to be a [anti-gay slur].'
'I came up with that sign, nobody else did,' Patel, said to WSB. 'Since that sign went up there, I don’t see no pants down in my store, because they read the sign and they decide what they want to be.'
That's rich just at a glance. He "don't" see "no" pants down. But I didn't expect him to be bright.
You can read more here.
Frankly, I don't comment on this topic when I see it on social media, but I have seen quite a few facebook friends slamming baggy pants, too, and I just don't get it. WTF is wrong with baggy pants? Seriously? The guys who wear them always wear underwear. You can't see anything.
If you want to wear dad jeans pulled up to your chest I don't fault you for that. I'd like it if you didn't do that. But I'm not complaining openly.