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The University Board of Regents
opened doors for lesbians,-gay males
and bisexuals on campus when it
*awmended bylaw 14.06to include prohi-
bbiiion ofdiscrimination based on sexual
orientation.
Now, LGMi students, faculty and
staffmnembers are waiting to see what
lies inside. And members of campus
Christian groups are also peeking
through the keyhole.
Jim Toy, co-coordinator of the
University's Lesbian and Gay Male
*Program Office (LGMPO) said he
hopes the University will take advan-
tage of the bylaw amendment in order
to make the campus friendlier for the
campus LGMBi community.
He cited two issues: opening the
University's housing policy to same-
sex couples and improving employ-
ment benefits for lesbians, gay males
and bisexuals.
"It's conceivable that, being en-
*couraged by the bylaw change (more
same-sex couples) may decide to ap-
ply" for family housing, Toy said Cur-
rently,familyhousing is closed to same-
sex couples.
Toy said members of the LGMBi
ommunity are hoping the University
will also extend spousal benefits to
homosexuals in long-term relation-
ships.
ie OthermembersoftheLGMBicom-
munity said they just want to see amore
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rn7r w te IA)u1I e UUcLoyiaw, Umany
medical students didn't feel safe com-
ing out within the medical field, espe-
cially in the hospital wards," said Lou
Cubba, co-coordinatorof Lesbian, Gay
Male and Bisexual People in Medi-
cine.
Donna Bryan, RC Junior and facili-
tator of the Social Group for Bisexual
Women, said,'Th kind of discrimina-
tion that people experience, especially
in an academic department, usually
isn't blatant, and Ihope the bylaw will
make it possible that people who are
experiencing subtle discrimmati...il
have some kind of recourse. "
And while LGMBi students eagerly
await possible implications of the
ammendment, some members of cam-
pus Christian groups said they fear the
change may force them to compromise
their religious standards.
One area in which campus Chris-
tian groups could be affected by the

LSA senior Heather Brunsink,
presidentoflntervarsity, said thatwhile
the group allows people of all sexual
orientations to attend meetings, "we do
discriminate when it comes to choos-
ing leadership. When we choose Chris-
tian leadership, we try to choose people
who embody Christian values."
Collins added, "If the University
enforces the bylaw ... to mandate that
we would allow a practicing homo-
sexual, bisexual, or lesbian to be in a
leadership position, we would be un-
able to comply with that."
Neither Collins nor Brunsink pre-
dict that this will be a major conflict,
butboth said they are worriedabout the
potential of action taken against Chris-
tian groups under the bylaw.
Toy commented that it would be
interesting if a dialogue between Chris-
tian groups and lesbians, gaymales and
bisexuals was established.

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