“It’s not our goal to push them on people,” Towell said.
“We just have them, and then people ask for them.” Residence Life housing coordinator Mallory Brickman sent an email to all on-campus residents about the policy on Friday.
Ryan Clements, a openly gay 2015 graduate, started a Facebook page called ACU Alumni and Friends for Action after he heard about the same-sex dating policy.
It stated, “We recognize that there is unrest on our campus surrounding the Sexual Stewardship conversation. Our goal is always that your experience in Residence Life supports you academically, spiritually, and socially.” The email also clarified the five pillars of Residence Life: advocacy, safety, intentionality, belonging, and spirituality.
Dr Richard Beck, chair of the Department of Psychology, sent an email to the department encouraging students to attend the student forum.
A gay user filed a complaint against e Harmony in 2005, citing the state’s discrimination law.
Compatible Partners mirrors the features of its sister site, beginning with the same extensive relationship-preferences questionnaire for which e Harmony is known.
There are just a few minor modifications between the two 34-page documents.