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45 COMMENTS

  1. Btw. There's no sex allowed on campus. At all. As usual, thinktank doesn't put out all the facts. And regardless, the rule has been changed to "any sexual acts". However, it's a Baptist university. If you don't allow a Baptist university to practice Baptist beliefs, what's the point?

  2. Baylor is a Christian college, I don't understand why people are making a big deal out of this. They don't go to other Christian colleges making a big deal out of it. What makes Baylor so special out of the Christian community? Also its literally impossible for a university that large to know who's all gay, so they put up some regulations to make somewhat of a stand.

  3. I honestly think Jesus was a gay man himself. He wore a robe on several occasions. He spent a lot of time with his 'apostles', which might as well mean 'them gays'. He liked Luke the best, because he was hung. And he rode asses like the best of them. It's all in the bible. It's history.

    And if you look closely at paintings of the crucifixion, by Antony Van Dyck, Gauguin or Matthias Grunewald, you'll even see he was a guy ahead of his time, a real trend setter worthy of Lady Gaga herself: he invented the first part of the YMCA.

  4. As a recent Baylor alum (2014), I can say from experience that Baylor is in large part a forward-thinking and open-minded place. The only portion of the university that is truly anti-gay are some of the asshole fraternity bros and more charismatic-type Christians. I've heard a couple stories of astounding bigotry towards gays (and I do mean approximately 2), but such stories are far less common than stories of acceptance and love. I had a course with Wesley Matthews and from what I saw, he is a kind and thoughtful person. His decision was not motivated by some sort of hatred of gays, but rather genuine moral conviction, and moreover it does not do anything except maintain the same standard for homosexual students as heterosexual ones, as pre-marital sex is prohibited for hetero students.

    Why do people think it is impossible to believe that something a person does is immoral, yet still love them and treat them with respect? Almost anyone who loves someone does it everyday because few people are in complete agreement about moral issues. Suppose you have a friend who regularly shoplifts and sees no problem with it. You, of course, think that what he is doing is wrong, yet you can still love him and your friendship need not be disrupted by this disagreement. Why is the case any different with people who are attracted to the same sex and choose to act on it? Isn't it perfectly legitimate for someone to think that acting on this attraction is wrong, yet see that there is far more to a person than their choice of how to comport themselves sexually and so continue to love and befriend them?  I found this to be the attitude of most Baylor students and professors who thought homosexual acts were wrong (and I met no one there who thought that being attracted to the same sex was morally blameworthy, as they recognize that it is not something one chooses).

  5. Isn't Baylor University a business? Yes, it is a school. And they sell the right to attend classes and use other sevices. It is a business selling education. What makes it special, that it should be allowed to tell its clients how they are required to behave ON THEIR OWN TIME? That is just bizarre.

  6. The Christian faith, and more specifically certain groups that have distorted its intentions, have had a nasty history of crimes against humanity. Gay people are just one group that have been hurt. Pointing out the hypocrisy of these degenerate republicans working behind the scenes at these institutions, is good practice. 

    It doesn't matter if you're a student or not.  If an institution is corrupt, you resolve to correct it or abolish it.  The school itself is probably OK, but the degenerate republican, classists, and their discriminatory policies need to be abolished.

    Jesus never said anything about Gay people and he did say we need to love all people and accept them.  That's just common sense.

  7. What is wrong with this decision? Baylor is a Christian university and has the right to stand by its Christian principles. I fully support them and I am going to be a freshman this fall at Baylor!

  8. We aren't all like this at Baylor, in fact the overwhelming majority of us are kind, accepting people. Very few of us agree with Baylor's policies on a lot of things, but as a christian university we understand. Also, heterosexual sex isn't allowed at Baylor either, just no sex at all 😉

  9. You think this is extreme, look up BYU rules. This is child's play compared to BYU. I mean when a school is a relgious private school, they get to make all these stupid rules.

  10. Just to clarify for some of the commenters below (and without taking a position in the war of words) the University policy DOES prohibit fornication (consensual pre-marital sex regardless of orientation). Not condoning or condemning the institution/policy. Notre Dame and every other major religious institution I am familiar with has something similar. Again, not taking sides. Actually, I will say this… at least at Notre Dame, Baylor, and TCU students who violate this rule are treated like human beings… they are counseled – not in an attempt to alter their sexual preferences, but in regard to making wise and healthy choices and the university's expectations for those choices while they are on campus.

  11. As a university student, people my age are gonna have sex regardless of orientation. theres no way to get around it, all we can do provide good sex education, protection and promote mutual respect between all parties. After that, no outside authority has the right to say who im allowed to go to bed with.

  12. Wesley Hodges is not saying if you're gay you can't go to Baylor.  Regardless of what his personal beliefs are, he's merely trying to have Baylor maintain the foundations it was founded on.  I go to Baylor, and I have gay friends at Baylor.  If you come to this private Christian university, it needs to be understood that you're not going to be under the rules and ideologies of a public state school.  To the people who say that you can't control what school you go to, Baylor isn't one of those situations.  No one is going to force you to attend a college that is 30,000 dollars a year, if you don't like the ideologies or foundation of the university, go somewhere else.  No where does it say that gay people and atheists aren't allowed, over a quarter of the campus is atheist, and the gay population at Baylor is rising more and more every year, Christian and non-Christian.

  13. Sorry to put it so bluntly, but basically, fuck all religions that have no scientific basis while at the same time being homophobic or sexist or anything else negative that your religion might indoctrinate you with, and fuck all you sexist homophobes! Some people are gay, some people are straight, some people are bisexual, some people are transgender, get the fuck over it!

  14. So have all the premarital on campus sex you want. Hell, have a wet T-shirt competition, a topless party and all the straight on-campus orgying you can get involved with, but no gay sex. Jesus. The Christian choirboys are really laying down the double standards when it comes to premarital sex.

  15. I love how gay people are still being debated about… GAY PEOPLE EXIST. THEY SHOULD HAVE THE SAME RIGHTS AS OTHER PEOPLE. WHO SOMEONE FUCKS IS NOBODY ELSES BUSINESS. The End.

  16. Perhaps Baylor is just trying to create a safe haven for their students who don't feel comfortable attending a liberal college! It's does not seem as though they are trying to discriminate against homosexual students because they still allow them to come to their university !!!

  17. I am not here to state gay or not gay because we are all sinners.  However, I do see a lot of religion hate comments.  Religion is not what is important to me, I think it's important to have a relationship with Jesus.  I just want to say, if you don't believe in him, you better be right!.  Have you ever considered if you were wrong?  

  18. You're VERY unlikely to change all those conservative rules, esp. the ones relating to gayness or atheism, in just a few years (even 4), so why bother?  By the time ANYTHING gets accomplished, you'll be long gone, and there's not much you can do as an alumnus, really.  Unless you become a really-wealthy donor that the campus SUDDENLY has to depend on for a large share of its funds… unlikely

  19. Same w/ gay and atheist folks who work for religiously conservative employers
    I'm always like, "Why?? You KNOW there's a good chance they'll have these kinds of rules, so why bother? There are probably plenty of OTHER liberal or non-political groups doing the same functions."  Unless you had that kind of agenda all along… which is kind of a stupid and rather petty and/or deceitful way to join a campus or employer, tbh

  20. If you ask me, no homosexual or atheist should even WASTE TIME with shitty institutions like this. I mean, unless the education there is REALLY GOOD and can't be obtained elsewhere (highly unlikely)… why?  Why go there if you're gay or non-religious??  I mean, MAYBE if you were religious or 'straight' beforehand and then became atheist/agnostic or gay WHILE in college, it'd make sense to issue a campaign to fight these rules.

    But then again… for that matter, why not just TRANSFER to a school that has NO PROBLEM with it, instead of trying to move mountains changing their hateful minds?  Unless it were say, IVY LEAGUE schools imposing these kinds of rules, I don't see the point in making a fuss. Just go and say, "Fuck you."

  21. Sooner or later it will be illegal to discriminate against people for their sexual orientation and then these stupid rules set by these institutions will be dropped.

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