Dawn Eden sent me this tip on Planned Parenthood’s Teenwire guide to choosing LGBTQ-Friendly college. Most of the time I blast PP for not only their immoral advocacy but how their advocacy always manages to be helpful for their bottom line. They stay in the black because of the red blood spilled being the largest abortion provider. So it is harder to see how their support of homosexuals helps them out substantially. I mean talk about fool proof contraception and zero chance of an "accidental" pregnancy. Only part of the LGPTQ equation is a source of income for them, though I guess STD and HIV testing is another income stream. Their advocacy though is pretty consistent. Encourage sex as being seen as nothing more than a heart-felt handshake across the board for almost any situation or combination of people and sure enough you will be drumming up business somewhere.
It seems that every time I see the latest alphabet soup they have added another letter to it. I thought that Q might have been a redundancy of of the first two letters, but it stands for questioning. Give it a couple more years and they would round up the rest of the letters with some niche sexual area. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ-Friendly though doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue.
Looking at a list they linked to of the top 50 LGPTQ-Friendly schools I was happily surprised that only one Catholic universities made it to the list. DePaul University in Chicago has been working harder lately to earn such a dubious distinction. Some Jesuits might be upset that a Vincentian school made it to the list despite some of their efforts. Okay that was just a little Jesuit jab and not a full blown bash so don’t comment about the good Jesuits.