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Ma, I hate campus gay groups. I know they offer important support for often beleaguered students. I was a gay advisor on campus and I know the pain and issues involved. I know they need to exist. I know it's inevitable they will skew far left and necessarily alienate some gay students who need support. But the p.c. crapola gets you down. I have no idea why the gay rights movement has to be represented by a term that looks like a hamlet in Croatia, but this may be a new low.

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