Accusations of “hatred” and “intolerance” are being lobbed against a student group at a prominent Catholic University in Washington, D.C. that supports the official Church teaching on marriage and sexuality.  Love Saxa is a Georgetown University group that exists to promote “healthy relationships and sexual integrity” on campus.  According to local reports, a September editorial in the Georgetown school newspaper The Hoya, titled “Confessions of a College Virgin,” Love Saxa President Amelia Irvine, a

junior, explained her decision to not have sex with her boyfriend. She aimed to dispel the notion that she and others like her who have made the same choice were “not plodding miserably through life,” just because they have opted not to have sex.  “Love Saxa’s definition of marriage does not include same-sex couples, as we believe that marriage is a conjugal union on every level — emotional, spiritual, physical and mental — directed toward caring for biological children. To us, marriage is much more than a commitment of love between two consenting adults,” Irvine wrote. READ MORE