Thursday, January 30, 2014

Jesuit Gonzaga Univ. Considers Transgender Policy

Gonzaga University is considering an official policy on transgendered students that could include gender-neutral bathrooms and the option to live with students of the gender of their choice, according to the Gonzaga Bulletin.

Jaime Hollis, the coordinator for special populations at Gonzaga, reportedly told the student newspaper that Georgetown University is the top example of what Jesuit universities should be striving for when dealing with the gay and transgender community.

Hollis pointed to Washington state law—which defines sexual identities as a protected class—as a reason for the University seeking to change its own policies.  (more...)

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