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Outrage: See How Radical LGBT Bullies Just Threatened These Young Christian Conservatives

When does declining to participate in LGBT sensitivity training on campus result in an organization being labelled a “hate group?” When do young Christian conservatives get accused of committing an “act of violence” because they choose not to submit to arbitrary rules dictated by a school’s student association?

Apparently, when it’s the Young America’s Foundation (YAF) chapter at George Washington University that refuses to attend such LGBT sensitivity training, then being called a “hate group” and a “cancer” and even being compared to ISIS are warranted. LGBT stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender.

According to an article on Christian Post, students who belong to the YAF “are now being condemned and attacked on campus by those who claim they’re committing an ‘act of violence’ for standing up for their members’ individual rights and Judeo-Christian values.”

Appearing on “Fox and Friends,” Amanda Robbins, the co-chair of the YAF chapter at the university, explained the assault her group is under by insistent students who want to force the members to adopt the left’s agenda.

There have been no reports that have surfaced indicating the YAF organization on campus has exhibited hateful, insensitive, or prejudicial behavior toward members of the LGBT community.

You can watch the discussion and learn what’s happening at this school named for Founder and First President George Washington by clicking on the video above.

BCN editor’s note: This article first appeared at Western Journalism.

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2 comments

  1. Called a “hate group” and the best response is “disappointed?” At some point the ability to push these loud mouths back on their heels will be discovered and we all need to be prepared to use it. It won’t be pretty but at least they will know our positions.

  2. It is entirely hypocritical for them to require Christians go to to their “sensitivity training” sources unless they are willing to mandate Christian sensitivity courses, Islamic sensitivity courses, Hindu sensitivity courses. Oh, yeah. One more thing. If they say it isn’t about religion, and if they pretend it is not a violation of one’s freedom, then they should also mandate sensitivity courses for views counter to theirs. Otherwise it is doctrinal brainwashing whether you call it religions or not. It is a violation of one’s right to choose one’s beliefs. It is an establishment of a university religion or philosophy with the pretense of not being a religion.

    We know it. If it is necessary that we argue our case to prevent losing ground, then we should not fight for equality for they have not fought for equality. We should fight to indoctrinate them in teachings they do not want to embrace under the guise of sensitivity training. We should make them fear equally what we fear and fear that we will use their own reasons applied in the opposite reasons, not until they stop and ask for equality, but until they begin to fight against the very methodology they used as a foundation for establishing one belief system superior while denying the students their rights to choose for themselves what they will believe.

    I don’t see how we can win a defensive battle. I believe we must be offensive until the other side declares a truce not on the content of what is taught, but against the methodology of forcing people into their belief system.

    They need to feel the heat.