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US: Georgia state-backed scheme funds scholarships to over 100 anti-gay schools

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  1. I thought Stae and Religion were supposed to be completely separated in the US? As most ant-gay sentiment is perpetuated by relgion, shouldn’t these imbeciles be sued on that basis alone to say nothing of ‘incitement to hatred’ grounds?

    1. Actually I was kicked out, fired, expelled just because of rumours. I was unwillingly effeminate. An trans. But being in Georgia I tried in vain to hide and just play male. Of course that didnt work. I even joined the Navy only to threatened harrased, pushed out. I NEVER TOLD ANYONE I WAS GAY NOR WANTED TO LIVE AS A WOMAN! But it was hard for to mask my high voice and as my peers put it, I had sugar in my tank. Lol
      No Church and And state is one in most of America smh

  2. Jock S. Trap 21 Jan 2013, 3:20pm

    “Many reserve the right to expel any student who is openly gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender.”

    And what message does that send out?

    Take about hatred and discrimination at the youngest possible age.

    School are there to teach life not discriminated against it.


  3. Typical of the homophobic religious right.Discriminate ,even promote hate, and Yea shall be rewarded. What disgusting behavior. America is one big cesspool ,when it comes to morals and family values.And it is the Christian right who perpetrates this hate and bigotry on a nationwide scale.

    1. Yes we have our bigots and haters in the US but some of our states (17 at last count) have implemented partnership or marriage equality. So when you say ” America is one big cesspool” your statement is false and grouping everyone in one classification only shows ignorance on your part. The south will be the last part of the US to get with the program on GLBT rights, I know, I live in Texas, one of the worst on GLBT rights. We have a long way to go but there are pockets of hope like in Austin and Dallas.

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