Georgetown student group targeted for promoting ‘hateful’ Catholic views on ‘sexual integrity’

A Catholic student group at Georgetown University has been accused by pro-choice activists of promoting hatred and intolerance for advocating a traditional view on marriage. If the organization is branded a “hate group,” it will lose its yearly funding of $250 from the university.

Love Saxa, the student group at Georgetown Catholic University that champions old-fashioned marriage between a man and a woman, and which delves into and exposes the alleged dangers of porn and generally promotes Catholic values, was catapulted into the media spotlight following accusations by “pro-choice” student activists that the Christian circle was a “hate group.”

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  • Millie_Woods

    It’s time to stop referring to them as pro-choice and call them what they really are, ‘no-choice’.

    • They are pro-abortion.

      They lose their sh– when you point that out to them.

  • laja kurc

    More insanity from the left.

  • tom_billesley

    Before singling out the Catholics perhaps they could seek the opinion of other student associations at Georgetown – including muslims and latter day saints.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The Saudi bankrollers of Georgetown are not amused by this group.

  • Literally Hitler

    It should not be too difficult to dig up some dirt on the complaints and editorial board. I’m sure they will quickly be exposed for the hypocrites they are.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Georgetown’s Charter states it’s a Catholic university, no? Did they change it?