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Everybody for the most part, they're angry, they're confused."When individuals belong to dominant societal cohorts (Caucasian, male, heterosexual, etc.) it is very easy to state "We have nothing against your sexual orientation" and to claim that efforts to raise awareness are "annoying." For minorities who every day face discrimination and marginalization, such efforts are necessary -- without zeal and persistence, sociology teaches that minority concerns very easily go by the wayside. Thus, dismissing the efforts of LGBTQIA students to push for equitable treatment as unnecessary is dangerous because it catalyzes discrimination, whether meant to do so or not. It's unprofessional, it's childish and we need to get people to see we're just like you, we're not trying to force an agenda," Ronquillo said.
Our members are seeing that and our communities are seeing it and it's making them feel unsafe."Lisa Ronquillo, vice president of YSUnity, said that, along with safety concerns, the community is angry, particularly after the group participated in the Day of Silence. Some of the posters were pinned on top of YSUnity fliers advertising a rally for marriage equality on May 9, and she said they're now wondering if they'll have to deal with heckling and violence at the event."This feels like it came out of nowhere...