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Is there a positivity and negativity in making an exclusive school/campus for LGBT

Asked by: Maya_ls1
  • Exclusion is better than physical punishment

    Exclusion makes students think nNa nan ann ana nan ana nnan an an ana na nana n an anan ananan ana nna na nanan ana nanan k k k k k k k k k k k k kk k k k k k k k k kk k k k k kk k k k k k k k kk k k k k k k k kk k k k k k k k kk k

  • It is 100% negative

    What would people say if we established a school/ campus that did not allow LGBT people to apply, or had systemic structures set up to exclude them?

    Sorry, but you don't get rid of discrimination with more discrimination. The very idea is completely ridiculous.

    Now, private institutions can do what they want, and have whatever memberships that they want, but if you are talking about a school or university that receives government funding, then you are technically breaking the law.


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William.Burnham says2015-09-13T21:11:03.207
So... No means a negativity right?
Sarra says2015-09-14T02:53:45.963
I believe yes means agreeing that there is both positivity and negativity and no means not believing in a positivity or not believing in a negativity or both.
Maya_ls1 says2015-09-15T12:10:13.037
@william @sarra yes.