Johns Hopkins Students Ban Chick-Fil-A on Campus to Prevent 'Microaggression'
The student government association at Johns Hopkins University voted last week against a resolution to bring the Chick-fil-A fast food chain to campus.
The student government opposes the Chick-fil-A's CEO's support for traditional marriage, writing in a resolution, "Prospective and current students, staff, faculty and other visitors who are members of the LGBT community ... would be subjected to the microaggression of supporting current of future Chick-fil-A development plans."
Andrew Guernsey, a junior at Johns Hopkins and president of the university's pro-life organization, said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that there's an increasing intolerance on campus to students who have a religious or socially conservative point of view.
"The idea that students, like me, who would agree with Dan Cathy that marriage is between moms and dads amounts to hate speech that should be banned from campus is incompatible with the the university's commitment to free speech," Guernsey asserted.
"It seems that colleges and universities are seeming to value diversity in everything but thought," Guernsey said. "And I think this is a disturbing trend on college campuses like mine."
"Johns Hopkins is big enough to have people with different points of view on campus."
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