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04/10/2006

Gayness gets KY student expelled; cap prevents KY jelly expulsion

by Jeremy Hooper

   Jason Johnson, a sophomore theatre major at Williamsburg, Kentucky's University of the Cumberlands, has been expelled for revealing his homosexuality on the popular web destination Myspace.com. Administrators apparently deduced the 20-year-old was gay after noticing HisSpace.com was meticulously decorated, really clean, and featured a refreshing yet not overpowering smell of lilac.

Ah, queer stereotype -- a gift from the Gods of writers-blocked Mondays.

In a statement regarding Johnson's emergence from HisCloset.com, school prez Jim Taylor says the college is "unapologetic about our Christian beliefs." And yet despite that fact, they STILL kicked a student out of their school for living his truth. Weird, right?

Student who wrote he was gay dismissed from school [AP via Kentucky.com]

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