From The College Fix:
You can have your opinion’ as long as it doesn’t ‘deny my existence’
It’s uncommon at Jesuit universities these days for someone to openly share a traditional Catholic viewpoint.
When it happened at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, the
school was so spooked it called the Los Angeles Police Department.
Both the police and the university’s Bias Incident Response Team are
investigating the stated belief that only two genders exist, male and
female, as a hate crime.
A Loyola alumni office employee discussed her views on sexual
orientation, which align with the Roman Catholic Church, with three
students who were hanging up posters on the subject on April 14.
Cosette Carleo, one of the students involved, told The College Fix in a phone interview that the hate crime under investigation is “denying transgenderism.”
Carleo’s account agrees in part with an email by the husband of the employee with whom she tangled.
The employee told Carleo, who identifies as gender-neutral, that only
two genders exist, male and female, according to the student. Carleo
told The Fix that statement was the hate crime.
Carleo responded that “you can have your opinion” as long as it doesn’t “deny my existence.”