“Reaching Out MBA” is “an annual conference of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender graduate business students.” This year, they are going to great lengths to make sure the attendance is limited only to avowed homosexuals and transgendereds.
It’s not that they h8 straight people, you must understand. In fact, some of their best friends may be straight people, or at least questioning. No, you see, the reason they must exclude straight people from their Jobs Fair is because one of those awful straight people might say something that hurts a gay person’s feeeeeeeeeeeelings.
[The organizers] said that the straight students attending the job fair were “offensive” as LGBT-identifying students overheard things such as “Dude, I’m not gay” or “There needs to be less focus on gay stuff at this event.”
Because, you see gay people are so fragile and delicate emotionally that even the slightest statement could crush them like a June bug on the front grille of a GMC Suburban.
Also, some attendees may come from the South, and you know how terrible The South is.
[ The organizers] told Bloomberg Businessweek that the conference wasn’t trying to exclude LGBT-allies and also recognized that several conference attendees come from large, southern MBA programs where the LGBT students may not feel as readily accepted and may not be as readily apt to divulge their sexual preference.
So, they get to exclude any non-gheys, or anyone who might hurt a ghey person’s feelings… but God forbid a campus Christian group should require its members to uphold chastity and oppose Teh Ghey Marriage.