Harvard University Hosts Full Month of Anti-Marriage Events

CAMBRIDGE — Most non-Christian universities in Canada and the US host “gay pride” events, but prestigious Harvard University has gone all out for the month of April. The university has sponsored a series of events for the full month by the Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender and Supporters Alliance (BGLTSA) of Harvard, featuring “Gay Games,” a faculty dinner, and a panel discussion on sadomasochism. Music and “club nights” also feature in the month of events that is geared toward garnering support among Harvard students, faculty, and alumni for the full acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle in every area of modern life.

The homosexual activist organization at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, the “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) & Allies Caucus” and the Harvard Law School Lambda Group are hosting a conference on homosexual activism. It will focus on strategies to connect the homosexual agenda to the work of human rights in government and the media.

The BGLTSA website announces that, “The conference will focus on strategies for building stronger connections between the movement for LGBT equality and the broader movements for human rights and civil rights, both internationally and domestically. It will feature human rights experts, gay civil rights advocates, and religious leaders from around the world.”

Panel topics for the conference will include, “Harnessing Human Rights Discourse for Gay Rights Advocacy,” “Persecution of Gays and Asylum/Refuge Cases from around the World,” and “Under the Lord and the Law: Religion and Same-Sex Marriage.”

Said BGLTSA co-chairman Stephanie M. Skier, “We've come so far, but … it's still a fight we have to continue.”

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Full roster of events at BGLTSA website

(This update courtesy of LifeSiteNews.com.)

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