G’Town LGBTQ Training on Video
A short video has surfaced that purports to show LGBTQ sensitivity training for certain incoming freshman at Georgetown University.
The Community Scholars Program at the Center for Multicultural Equity and Access at Georgetown University reaches out to disadvantaged youth and provides full scholarships and assistance. These students attend a five-week summer intensive on campus to prepare for the upcoming school year and part of that seems to be LGBTQ sensitivity training which was caught on video, according to Good Jesuit Bad Jesuit.
This should hardly come as a surprise to Campus Notes readers as we’ve reported previously that Georgetown has an LGBTQ Resource Center on campus whose website hosts links to several pro-same-sex “marriage” groups. Campus Notes also reported earlier this year that a former Jesuit who currently teaches at the university leads a same-sex “marriage” organization. And the Jesuit university hosts a “Lavender Graduation Ceremony” for LGBTQ students.
There are also reports that one student objected to the LGBTQ sensitivity training and was allegedly escorted off campus. The Cardinal Newman Society will work to corroborate these reports.