** Edited to add it’s not me setting this up. It is my college, I don’t agree with it and was looking to see how other people felt. **
Straight allies should also be allowed though.
I think so! Sometimes it can be important for safety, or people aren't gonna be as open potentially if they feel like people around them could be prejudiced. There's a lot of good reasons
I do see it from this angle and agree with it, but at the same time it would be frowned upon if a group meeting was arranged only for heterosexuals. Also, what about those who are secretly gay, they’re not going to want to attend as their secret would be out
I dont think it should be LGBTQ+ only, what about the other people who aren still questioning their sexuality or the people who arent lgbtq+ but still want to learn more or make more friends
there's no way to certify that someone is gay, you could just say you're trans and not out or questioning if you were cishet and had to be there. I think it should be okay for minority groups to be able to find community in people who have similar identities.
If you make it ONLY for LGBT people, you actually open people up to be targeted because people who question their sexuality aren't allowed to come without basically being forced to come out. There's also no deniability for those who want to go but don't want to come out.
I guess, but it’s just the unwelcomeness towards straight people that has really irritated me. Like yes, you could pretend to be gay and attend, but I would be deeply appalled for a gay person to feel they had to act straight so they were welcome in a heterosexual meeting