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11/10/2010

Isolated incidents can still make us feel isolated

by Jeremy Hooper

And now for an "anti-gay bias affects even deep blue, progressive enclaves" news break:

A gay student at UMass Dartmouth parked his car on campus Saturday afternoon, only to return to it later painted with anti-gay slurs.
Gay U-Mass Dartmouth Student's Car Vandalized With Anti-Gay Slur [Queerty]

At a school like UM Dartmouth in the year 2010?! Geez, what next -- a Smith College lesbian condemned for her tempeh consumption?

Protect yourself, students.

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