Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Wildcat LGBT Celebration @ K-State

Pride on campus according to this optimistic and somewhat sophomoric college report. Read more:

How K-State Became One Of The Best Places For LGBT Students In The Country

In the ongoing struggle on college campuses for LGBT equality and acceptance, Kansas State University is an unexpected leader. K-State is best known for agriculture and football. On a gorgeous fall day in Manhattan, with the K-State marching band entertaining tailgaters, many fans were surprised to learn that their school was ranked in the 25 campuses for LGBT friendliness by CampusPride.org.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Everyone except the media already knew that. Most people in Manhattan are gay and very supportive of faggots and lesbians. Lawrence has always been known as a gay college town it, but for whatever reason, the media was unaware that Manhattan is, too.

Anonymous said...

Nationwide, roughly 12% of college students identify themselves as gay. At K-State probably 65- 70 % are gay or lesbian. The university promotes itself very well to the large market of prospective gay students.

Anonymous said...

I think a lot of guys at KSU turn gay when they see how unattractive and overweight the chicks are in Manhattan.

Anonymous said...

Any hot lipstick lesbians?

Anonymous said...

Queer Tech is in busniness. the economy is saved now!!!

Anonymous said...

Now you know why the school colors are purple.

Anonymous said...

15 years ago, it was rare to see a queer in Manhattan. There there are faggots everywhere you go in Manhattan, and always swishing around.

Anonymous said...

K-State is an agricultural school, so there's lots of farm animals that the LGBT enjoy.

Anonymous said...

Queers and steers go Wild Kitties.q