The Human Rights Campaign is trying to encourage harassment and intimidation of colleges that follow Christian teaching.
A summary of the report can be found here. Titled “Hidden Discrimination: Title IX Religious Exemptions Putting LGBT Students at Risk,” the report looks at 56 colleges that have sought such exemptions. According to the report, “Since 2013, 33 have received exemptions from protections that relate to gender identity, and 23 have received exemptions relating to sexual orientation.”
In the eyes of HRC, the constitutional rights of a religious school to remain faithful to its doctrinal views on sexuality and sexual complementarity should be subjugated to the expressive and sexual identity of prospective students. In their view, moral condemnation of homosexuality or transgender identity is tantamount to discrimination, and therefore, Christian schools should not be treated so tolerantly under federal law. With the wind at its back, however, HRC is capitalizing on legal and cultural shifts in believing it can single out and intimidate those Christian schools, which, SURPRISE . . . believe and act according to the Christian tradition.
As is the custom of confessionally Christian schools, most have student-conduct guidelines that prohibit homosexual practice or that do not validate the ideological construct of transgender theory. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone familiar with Christianity, which views the complementarity of the sexes as a divine gift and homosexuality as a sinful deviation from God’s plan for human sexuality.