Here is the message board the article talks about: But then, I never had occasion to visit the men's bathrooms. It should be of interest to know how many outsiders are involved in activities described as reflecting the behavior of a minority group of students. Any inappropriate flair will be removed and repeat offenders banned permanently. While I do not believe in censorship of speech or writing, I feel that there is a point of ethical journalism and good writing practices and that Mr. According to Norman and Rudmann, anonymous gay-sex seekers are using a university-sponsored website to locate partners for high-risk trysts in Berkeley campus bathrooms.
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As an active member of homosexual circles, I wish to indicate that the enormous majority of such persons do not frequent the depraved places which you seem to have associated with such activities. Very much to my surprise I found the attention and the camera of at least one of your staff members focused on University bathrooms. Initially, her body too was repelled by the trash she inserted into her body. Maybe there is a reason that homeless bums won't go into the public restrooms? Generally, San Francisco and the Bay Area seemed much the place to be for one who, like myself, wished to live as a homosexual, relatively free from pressure and anxiety. The fraternity system is not highly regarded by the campus guardians of freedom; indeed, aside from conservatives per se I cannot think of a more unpopular group. A motion passed by the Board reads: