Hmm: Guess why DePaul U. banned ‘Gay Lives Matter’ poster to advertise speaker

Hmm: Guess why DePaul U. banned ‘Gay Lives Matter’ poster to advertise speaker

[Ed. – Come on.  You know.  LU’s been on top of this issue for some time.  It’s pretty clear the one card that’s higher than “LGBTQ” is “Islam.”]

DePaul University reportedly banned “Gay Lives Matter” posters which were designed to advertise a lecture from a gay journalist on radical Islam which took place on campus Wednesday night. …

According to The College Fix, students at DePaul University planning to advertise for a lecture event featuring journalist Jamie Kirchick were reportedly rejected by campus administrators, who said that the posters were an effort to “co-opt” the approach of the Black Lives Matter movement and “pits two marginalized groups against each other.”

On Wednesday evening, Kirchick, who is gay, spoke about the radical elements of Islam that threaten members of the LGBTQ community in a lecture titled, “Dictatorships and Radical Islam: The Enemies of Gay Rights.”

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