Queerty is better as a member
I was co-president of the Rutgers Lesbian/Gay Alliance in the mid-80s, and we challenged the school administration to take seriously our concerns. And they did. When I went back a few years ago I was blown away by the amount of support offered by each campus and by the administration. The main organization had changed their name to be more inclusive (BIGLARU), and there were many more adjunct student organizations, as well as a gay student publication. I was most impressed with the literal parade of openly-GLBT staff who were introduced at the beginning of the semester at a social for GLBT students. Rutgers, in my opinion, is a standard-bearer for how a campus should support its GLBT students and staff.
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