Research + News | Topic: LGBT
Oct 29, 2021
University Of Pittsburgh Issues Non-Sexist Language Guidelines – Including Term ‘Yinz’
Pitt has published a gender-inclusive language guide that includes a set of “non-sexist language guidelines and resources” to help students and faculty avoid “unintentionally creating a sexist and homophobic classroom environment.” Read the article here.
Sep 30, 2021
He, She Or They? PA University Equity Officer Says Students Could Be Punished For Misusing A Person’s Pronouns
The pronoun flap is happening at Point Park University, where the pointed memo put it very plainly that students using the wrong pronouns to “misgender” a fellow student could result in punishment. Read the article here.
May 24, 2021
CCCU Says LGBT Lawsuit Is Frivolous
Evangelical association names itself as co-defendant to defend religious exemptions. Read the article here.
May 20, 2021
‘Existential Threat’: CCCU Fights LGBT Students’ Title IX Lawsuit Targeting Christian Colleges
A leading association of over 180 Protestant colleges and universities is coming to the defense of Christian colleges amid a lawsuit filed by former and current LGBT students who seek to revoke religious schools’ exemptions to Title IX discrimination law. Read the article here.
Mar 26, 2019
Christian U Flip-Flops On Gay Relationships
Azusa Pacific University, an evangelical Christian institution that last fall notably removed its ban on same-sex relationships only to reverse course a few weeks later, has once again flip-flopped to allow gay relationships on the California campus. Read the article here.