After a recent change to Brigham Young’s — the flagship Mormon university — honor code which seemingly removed a ban on homosexual behavior on campus, the university has clarified their stance on the issue stating that homosexuality is “still not allowed on campus.” The original change sparked a celebration among sodomites who believed that they could not openly flaunt their perverse behavior without repercussion.
However, a recent letter to BYU from the Mormon Church addressing the changes to the honor code sparked protests from hundreds of sodomites on campus.
The letter, sent out to BYU students and faculty stated: “The moral standards of the Church did not change… A foundational doctrine … is that ‘marriage between a man and woman is ordained of God’ … Same-sex romantic behavior cannot lead to eternal marriage and is therefore not compatible” with the honor code.
The protests have continued for days since the clarification. One former BYU student commented, “This is a different BYU than the one I went to. I am so [expletive] proud of the younger generation. BYUs biggest protest when I was there was a kid handing out caffeinated soda in front of the Wilk.”
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