Of course we're not done yet. We still have to battle job discrimination, housing discrimination, bullying issues, and other anti-LGBT discrimination issues."So lets fight for marriage equality until it extends to every same-sex couple in the United Statesand then lets keep fighting. Were not done yet." -Jillian Keenan.
At Vanderbilt University, a gay man attempted to join a Baptist Student organization. He was denied entry based on his sexual orientation.
This organization is funded not only by student fees and private donations, but also by state and federal dollars that are given to the University by way of student loan money, scholarships, and grants.
You couldn't deny entry to such an organization based on religion, race, gender, or handicap. So why is it OK for them to deny entry based on sexual orientation? There are many gay Baptists out there. This student should be given the same rights as all other applicants.
Did you think that same-sex marriage is the only issue that the LGBT community is interested in?