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Of Breaking Glass Ceilings and Cyborgs

I honestly can’t believe how I got here…. how the hell was I trapped by a bloody cyborg in my modest little campus room? ? This maniac of a man, half steel, half human had imprisoned me in this tiny single room I call my humble abode. 918 more words

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CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Chipotle Celebration Follows Catholic Teammate's Coming Out

The spring semester has brought many positive developments for LGBT inclusion at Catholic colleges and universities in the United States. Below, Bondings 2.0 features some of the highlights with links provided to read more. 733 more words

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Taiwanese Catholic University Worried LGBT Event "Will Turn Everyone Gay"

Taiwan’s only Catholic university removed posters advertising a gay speaker amid fears that students would become gay by attending the event. The cancellation decision comes amidst a national debate about expanding LGBT equality. 295 more words

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CAMPUS CHRONICLES: The Naughty and the Nice on LGBT Issues

As college students return home for winter break at the end of another semester, Bondings 2.0 offers several updates and items of interest related to LGBT inclusion in Catholic higher education. 817 more words

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CAMPUS CHRONICLES: There is Much to Be Grateful For in Catholic Higher Ed This November

It is becoming a mantra for me: Catholic higher education in the US is a bright light for the church and the world when it comes to LGBT justice.  932 more words

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CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Benedictine College Would Do Well to Queer Its 'External Decor' Policy

Jallen Messersmith is the first openly gay college basketball player. Many commenters, including Bondings 2.0, applauded the athlete and his campus, Benedictine College, a Catholic school, for its support at the time.  601 more words

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CAMPUS CHRONICLES: 'Queer Peers' & 'Play Like a Champion' Programs Tackle Homophobia

Catholic higher education in the US has often led on LGBT inclusion in the Church, acting as a positive example for the rest of the ecclesial institution. 1,085 more words

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