LGBTQ Students Sue Department of Education Over Alleged ‘Discriminatory Practices’ at Christian Universities

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By Emma Riley, CNS News, April 13, 2021

(CNS News) — LGBTQ students are suing the U.S. Department of Education because of  alleged “discriminatory practices” at Christian universities that receive federal funding and yet impose traditional, Bible-based morals’ rules on their students.

Christian or religious schools that receive federal funding currently are allowed under Title IX to obtain a “religious exemption,” which permits them to discriminate against students or actions that violate the institutions’ religious beliefs. E.g., single-sex dormitories, no condom dispensers on campus, no pornography on campus, no same-sex dating, etc.

The Religious Exemption Accountability Project (REAP) filed the lawsuit on March 29 on behalf of 33 plaintiffs in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon, Eugene Division.  …