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09/20/2005

Baylor Univ. requests Frappucinos queer-free

by Jeremy Hooper

  The Starbucks cups that recently caused a "pro-family" brouhaha for featuring a quote from an openly gay man, have been reportedly pulled from Baylor University's campus stores for the same reason. Baylor officials say the cups, which feature 'mo author Armistead Maupin speaking on self acceptance, were pulled from the Baptist-affiliated school's Starbucks locations in order to "avoid offending others."

Except, of course, homosexuals; offending them is practically a course of study at the Texas institution.

Now that the swarthy, moral-less, demonic java receptacles have been safely swept from the campus, officials can now resume their true passion of expelling their human counterparts.

Coffee cups with gay author's quote pulled from Baylor Starbucks [AP via KGBT4.com]

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