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Sign the Petition Against Institutional Funding Bias!
We are closer than ever to ending institutional funding bias at Texas A&M. Read the open petition letter below, and sign up to show your support for ending one-sided funding that supports only the perverse sexual worldview of the GLBT. With the university shaping young minds with taxpayer funded indoctrination, it is more important than ever to let your elected officials know that you stand against viewpoint discriminatory funding with your taxpayer dollars.
To Whom It May Concern:
I am deeply disappointed that Texas A&M University is using taxpayer dollars and student fee money to fund the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Center and promote only one side of a political, religious, and sexual worldview. I find the programing of this center morally objectionable. University funds should not be supporting “Fun Sex Seminars” and expenses to liberal activism conventions that exist to “counter right-wing lies.”
I respectfully request that Texas A&M University begin spending student fees and taxpayer dollars in a viewpoint neutral manner. If the GLBT Center continues to receive funding, the university must provide funding for other ideologies as well, including traditional family values such as heterosexuality, heterosexual marriage, monogamy, and chastity.
Please end the unjust institutional bias at Texas A&M and create policies and laws to prevent such funding bias in the future. Elected officials, I urge you to support any bill or amendment in the Texas Legislature that would correct funding inequality.
Aggie Conservatives Release Graphic "Butt Play" video from GLBT Center Fun Sex Seminar
Should taxpayer dollars and student fees be supporting programming such as how-to's for anal sex???
On the evening of March 10, Texas A&M University hosted a "Safe and Fun Sex" seminar presented by "open-minded, liberal, free spirit" Cay Crow. The seminar was the Texas A&M Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Center's 4th annual sex seminar led by Cay Crow. Over 125 students were in attendance at the seminar.
For more information, see: http://tamu.campusreform.org/group/blog/texas-am-hosts-pornographic-sex-seminar
Note: This video contains a video shown at the fun sex seminar. The clip is very graphic. Viewer discretion is advised.
GLBT Resource Center Funding
For the past few weeks Texas Aggie Conservatives has been battling to stop funding inequality at Texas A&M University.
The GLBT Resource Center on campus has a yearly budget of over $100,000, nearly half of which comes from student fees, and much of which is spent on political activism.
Texas Aggie Conservatives receives no university funding, nor does any conservative organization on campus. Given that viewpoint neutrality laws mandate funding must be spread equally, it's surprising that Texas A&M University continues to get away with such blatant bias.
Below is a PowerPoint including some information about the Texas A&M GLBT Resource Center, what Texas A&M University is doing to support this resource center, and what we, as conservative students, can do to counter such blatant bias.
Continuing coverage on our blog
We are continuing to cover this issue and more at our blog at http://tamu.campusreform.org/group/80/blog. Read more about GLBT programing and what they use your money for.
University documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act
Through the Texas Public Information Act, all university records are public information and can be obtained if requested. Texas Aggie Conservatives has obtained the following documents about the GLBT Resource Center, and has made this information available for download.
Attached below are documents relating to GLBT Resource Center hosted events and speakers. For any questions, please contact the chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org.