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08/16/2006

Alliance Defense earns GA students the right to insult gays; proud, they must be!

by Jeremy Hooper

   Under an agreement reached with the extremely anti-gay Alliance Defense Fund, Georgia Tech University has agreed to remove their policy banning both hate speech and the posting of signs attacking gays and other minorities on campus.

Unwelcome news for gay students; reason to cheer for those who think time marches backwards.

So far we've heard no reaction from students on campus. Oh, but don't get us wrong --we tried to get reactions, we were just non-punishably called "Nelly Little Faggots" one time too many and decided to leave.

lnsults allowed at Tech [AJC]
Georgia Tech repeals policy on speech [AP via Macon.com]

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