"Christian" Anti-Gay Student Jennifer Keeton, Sues Augusta State University For forcing Her To Accept Homosexuality

Jennifer Keeton is suing Augusta State University because she claims the public institution has violated her First Amendment rights by forcing her to accept homosexuality in order to graduate from her program in counselor education

Jennifer believes that being gay is a choice and that ahe was forced to ignore her  her “biblical beliefs.”

In a letter to Keeton associate director Mary Jane Anderson-Wiley points to what she calls Keeton’s “belief that you possess a special knowledge about the way that other people should live their lives, and that others need to adopt a similar set of values.”

The letter goes on to say that “the content of [Keeton’s] moral or religious beliefs is not in question..
Also just the fact that she is on a ‘remediation plan’ for writing and grammar skills you need to wonder what a bad student she actually is to start out with and if she’s just using her “Christianity” as an excuse and to beome a “Christian soldier” media whore.

Oh, and I also suppose at 24 she’s still a virgin waiting to get married also……


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1 thought on “"Christian" Anti-Gay Student Jennifer Keeton, Sues Augusta State University For forcing Her To Accept Homosexuality

  1. honestly, you would stoop so low to speculate and mock someone's choice, or lack thereof, about virginity? Not very democratic of you; sounds more like a gossip magazine, which does have it's readers of course.

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