A student club at Seattle Pacific University recently protested against the Christian university because it adheres to biblical views on human sexuality and gender identity. The club, called SPU Haven, which advocates for gay students, claims that the university’s “Statement on Human Sexuality” is “unethical, unscientific and unChrist-like,” according to College Fix.  Members of SPU Haven protested against the left-leaning university during the “Day of Silence,”

a national event that was held at university campuses and high schools on April 21 to bring attention to the “silencing effects of anti-LGBTQ name-calling, bullying and harassment.” While the SPU administration said it supports students taking part in LGBT activism, it removed posters the students displayed around campus showing cartoon images of students’ mouths taped shut because they didn’t follow the university guidelines. READ MORE