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December 05, 2006

Lesbian culture comes out the closet at Spelman

Spelman College in Atlanta is no longer making it a secret about its pervasive lesbian culture on the campus. Spelman is a black women's college.

According to the Southern Voice, Spelman's Women’s Research and Resource Center "finally secured that support via a $140,000 grant from the Arcus Foundation, a Michigan-based philanthropic group that funds organizations that “illuminate the presence and contributions of people in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, and the issues which confront them.”

Don't be fooled. The "philanthrophic group" is a gay activist front organization led by lesbian Urvashi Vaid. With a lesbian's fingers on the purse strings, it was a shoo-in for Spelman to get the money, although they want you to believe they really sweated to make it happen. With the money, Spelman plans to prominently display the "poetic works" of deceased lesbian activist Audre Lorde at the college.

I already told you that some insitutions of higher education are rapidly deteriorating into cesspools of teaching vunerable yourng people that homosexuality is good and that anyone who opposes it is evil. And then those that go along with it are given glowing credentials. Beverly Guy-Sheftall, the centers' founding director boasted, “We teach Audre Lorde in our women’s studies courses on campus.”

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