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01/26/2006

Another gay student, another bias claim

by Jeremy Hooper

Keeping with today's apparent theme of students alleging that their colleges booted them on the basis of their homo-gaeity, we've now learned of another pupil who's claiming that his school, the Univ. of Bridgeport, ousted him because he likes boys. The man, 55-year-old Paul Lewis, asserts that UB officials barred him from the Milford, CT campus and ordered him to undergo psychiatric care, amidst claims that "he was making other students uncomfortable because of his homosexual behavior."

The school, however, denies the charges, leading us to the one obvious conclusion: older students are the best to befriend in your freshmen year, as they can buy you beer.

We plan to bring you updates on this story in the future, unless, of course, we grow tired of it.

Gay man claims school was biased against him [AP via Newsday]
(Hat tip: P1Q)

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