If you remember my previous post back in October (Azusa Pacific University and LGBTQ+ Relationships), APU had removed their ban on LGBTQ relationships only to reinstate the original wording after the board of trustees stepped in a week later. Well, they have made the change again.
After some changes in the school administration, APU made the decision to allow for LGBTQ relationships. I first saw the announcement in the Brave Commons Facebook page where posted the news along with pictures of students celebrating the change. (I have discussed these pictures in the YouTube video posted below)
Neal Hardin joined me on the podcast this week to discuss these changes that took place at APU and to answer a listener question on where rights come from. I hope you enjoy it!
Discussed in the podcast:
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