Texas A&M to host special graduation ceremony for LGBT students
Dean of Student Life Anne Reber told Campus Reform that the while this will be the first year Texas A&M will host the Lavender Gradation, many other student groups on campus hold celebrations for their graduates to commemorate their collegiate milestone.
Even so, some Aggies are uncomfortable that an organization which celebrates inclusivity will host such a ‚Äúspecial‚ÄĚ event.
‚ÄúI just don‚Äôt see the necessity,‚ÄĚ Joseph Francis, a senior history major at the university, told Campus Reform. ‚ÄúWhy should certain students be celebrated ‚Äėmore‚Äô just because of their sexuality? I could also see it as somewhat demeaning...what if there was a ‚Äėspecial graduation ceremony‚Äô for disabled people, or black people, or white people? The student body is diverse, and that‚Äôs a great thing which should be commended, but I don‚Äôt see how a ceremony like this merits endorsement by the university.‚ÄĚ...
" but I don‚Äôt see how a ceremony like this merits endorsement by the university.‚ÄĚ ...
That's the point, it will never makes sense, so don't expect it to. There is a hidden Satanic agenda here that supersedes logic and as it progresses the irrationalism will continue to expand to newer levels of insanity.
We are seeing the beginning of government,corporate and institutional cooperation to build the brave new world where all will have the correct attitudes and convictions needed to be worthy of membership in the new society...to be worthy to buy,sell and live.