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01/31/2008

Penn students use pen for good cause

by Jeremy Hooper

Newindian CopyFollowing claims from an openly gay student that he was being harassed, more than 300 students in Pennsylvania's Susquehanna Township School District have signed a petition encouraging administrators to deal with the problem of anti-gay harassment:

Students Petition for Gay and Lesbian Acceptance [WHPTV]

Which of course makes sense, as everyone knows that the word "Susquehanna" comes from a Native American phrase meaning, "Yo, dude -- how about rather than kicking my ass because I'm gay, you instead ask yourself why you feel so threatened by my very existence. Are you saying more about yourself than you are about me? Yea, I think you might be."

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